• By Dr. John Fudens

    Cancer is synonymous with death in most people’s mind. It is an increasingly common symptom of modern day life. A “cancer” present in a human or animal is a symptom of a much deeper process occurring within them.

    Besides carcinogens, stresses from viruses and pollutants, there also exists an insidious degenerative process within the person or animal and the family connected to them. This process starts in the mind and emotions. It is an illness that leaves the individual paralyzed in poor self esteem, powerless to control their lives or destiny and feeling they or the body cannot create anymore. Continue reading »

  • By Dr. john Fudens

    The most obvious difference between sharks and other land or water creatures, is that sharks don’t have bones. Their skeleton is entirely cartilage. This accounts for up to 8% of a shark’s gross weight. In humans cartilage is found in the harder parts of the ears and nose, around joints, at the ends of bones and between spinal segments. In addition to their unique skeleton, sharks have a strong effective immune system. Whereas the human immune system responds to each antigen (a foreign substance that stimulates antibody production) with various types of antibodies, the shark immune system consists of a single nonspecific antibody that remains continuously alert and active against all foreign invaders. The single antibody circulates through a shark’s blood-stream even when no antigen is present, constantly killing infection. Continue reading »

  • By Dr. John Fudens

    Trace minerals are one of the body’s front line defenses against free radicals. Free radicals are the unstable molecules that attack and damage body cells. They occur naturally but in numbers that a healthy immune system can handle. When we do not live an optimum lifestyle, in all phases, the free radicals can increase in number, overwhelm the immune system and do damage to the body tissue causing symptoms. Continue reading »

  • By Dr. John Fudens

    Garlic, part of the lily family along with onions and chives, is know in ancient times to fend off demons. But in modern times it has a reputation for preventing and treating cancer and other modern day killer diseases.

    Eric Block of the State University of New York at Albany, an authority on garlic’s chemistry, states “undisturbed, the garlic bulb has a limited number of medically active compounds. But chopping, steaming and food processing triggers the formation of a multitude of compounds that are quite reactive and participate in a complex sequence of chemical reactions. Ultimately an amazing collection of chemical compounds are produced. Garlic unleashes at least 100 sulfur containing compounds. Garlic’s sulfur compounds are linked to its medicinal uses. What compounds are formed depends on various conditions such as the temperature of garlic at cutting, how it is processed and where it was grown. Continue reading »

  • By Dr. John Fudens

    Canker and cold sores are the most common mouth sores and are caused by the Herpes Simplex virus. An outbreak of mouth sores is painful with the inflammation making eating, drinking, brushing teeth and even talking difficult. Mouth sore thus can affect us mentally and emotionally. Susceptibility to mouth sores seems to be constitutional in nature and tends to revolve around how we deal with stress. Factors that key the body in for mouth sores are allergies, nutritional deficiencies, lack of sleep, emotional turmoil, abuse of drugs, alcohol tobacco. Continue reading »

  • By Dr. John Fudens

    The incidence of benign lumpy breast disease and breast cancer, in women, is rising at an alarming rate. Eight out of ten women develop benign lumpy breast disease (risk factor for cancer) and one in eight women develop breast cancer. The risk gets worse with each passing year. In 1960 one in twenty women developed breast cancer and in 1994 the rate is one of eight. At present it is even higher. In the US breast cancer is the second leading cause of death by cancer in women, almost 30% of women’s cancers. In 1995 over 183, 600 women and 1,400 men developed breast cancer. Now it is much higher. Black women are less likely to develop breast cancer than white women but are presented to the physician in a more advanced stage. Breast cancer is more fatal in white men than white women because men tend to ignore a lump in their breast as cancer. More cancer is reported in the spring than any other time of the year. Continue reading »

  • By Dr. John Fudens

    Selenium, an essential mineral, functions as an antioxidant (protects against dangerous free radical oxygen) and is part of another antioxidant, glutathione peroxide. Deficiencies of these substances weaken the immune system and make us more susceptible to infections. Research and findings are pointing to a larger more profound role for selenium. There is strong evidence that where the soil is deficient in selenium deadly viruses are occurring and mutating. Continue reading »

  • By Dr. John Fudens

    According to a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, women who drink coffee in their menopausal years must take extra calcium. This study, conducted at the U.S. department of Agriculture Human Nutrition Center on Aging at Tufts University in Boston, followed 205 healthy postmenopausal women. They did not smoke and were not taking any medications known to affect calcium or bone metabolism. Continue reading »

  • By Dr. John Fudens

    Lack of good, proper, refreshing sleep is a major problem for many people in society. Over 35 million Americans suffer some form of insomnia. Five percent have symptoms chronic or severe enough to seek medical attention. Symptoms of insomnia include but are not limited to restlessness, tossing and turning, waking not refreshed, can’t fall asleep, easily awakened by noises or the mind racing with thoughts. Sleep is important to us spiritually, mentally, emotionally and physically. Sleep is most important for the body to heal itself from damage, tissue regeneration, muscle building, hormone production, fat metabolism, blood sugar and insulin regulation and removing wastes from the body. Continue reading »

  • By Dr. John Fudens

    Energy is what life is composed of and is the prized elixir that regulates the body. In today’s world and life style, low or lack of energy is one of the most voiced complaints by Americans. Our modern, fast paced life styles of heavy workloads mentally, emotionally and physically wear us down and deplete our energy reserves. There are many reasons why we, in general, have low energy and many ways we can keep our energy high. Continue reading »

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