TRUE CAUSES of the top 6 preventable diseases – plus remedies


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Do you realize that all of the preventable diseases that U.S. medical doctors can’t seem to cure are ones they now refer to as genetic, meaning you inherited them? But that’s next to impossible, since those same diseases barely existed in America just five generations ago. It all started with chemical medicine made in laboratories, then came processed, canned food, then fluoridated water, then vaccines, and now GMOs. It’s all one big formula that feeds the chronic sick care system of disease and disorder. What most people fail to realize is that most of it is NOT inherited, but rather preventable and even reversible. Consider this:

The American allopathic system of medicine relies on two major platforms in order to remain in business. Part one: Never cure anything, but only address and manage symptoms of disease and disorder with lab-made concoctions and surgery. Part two: Tell all patients that any serious disease or disorder they have is genetic and has been inherited from their parents’ or grandparents’ genes, so the “victim” (allopathic patient for life) won’t ever figure out that they can prevent (and often reverse) these diseases and disorders with nutritional remedies.

Want to prevent (and cure) conventional food diseases? Limit your “junk science” intake and focus on nutrients. Here are the top six preventable diseases with information on how to remedy them, naturally.

#1. Cancer

Hardly any type of cancer is inherited or contagious. Almost all types of cancer are caused by chemical consumption, and conversely can be prevented and even reversed by ending chemical consumption. Cancer is not actually a disease. It’s called that to scare Americans into going to medical doctors for prescriptions, surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatments. This is big business. Doctors and surgeons get paid hundreds of thousands of dollars yearly, whether you get better or whether you suffer more and die at their hands. More people die each year from chemotherapy than from cancer, by the way.

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Cancer is a disorder of the cells that feeds off chemicals in food, including artificial food colorings, artificial sweeteners, bleach (think of all white foods), fluoride (tap water), nitrates, and chemicals in cooking oils. You can reverse cancer by alkalizing the body with organic produce, properly filtered water, and a daily handful of the right supplements.

Look into garlic, licorice root, cool cayenne, oil of oregano, aloe, vitamin C, vitamin D, medicinal mushrooms, hemp seed oil, blackcurrant seed oil, and even CBD oils. The answer will then be “in your hands.”

#2. Heart Disease and Strokes

Most cases of heart disease and strokes are caused by blood becoming clogged, preventing blood from flowing properly, thus limiting the right amount of oxygen from reaching the rest of your body, including your brain. Top causes of these totally preventable and curable “diseases” are canola oil (yes, even organic), animal fat from meat and dairy products, vegetable shortening, and America’s beloved margarine.

Switch to a mainly plant-based diet immediately and engage in moderate exercise and watch those problems dissipate within months, if not weeks.

#3. Dementia

The main causes of dementia are foods that coagulate and heavy metal toxins, including aluminum and mercury. Refer to the “food stuff” covered in #2 above. Toxic amounts of aluminum are commonly found in antacids, vaccines, deodorants, antiperspirants, and tap water. Mercury is found in shockingly high amounts in multi-dose flu vaccines that are recommended by the CDC for 6-month young infants and pregnant women, even though the CDC lied and said mercury was “removed from all childhood vaccines” nearly two decades ago.

Medical doctors never warn their patients about vaccines causing dementia because vaccines are the “holy grail” of the Western chronic sick care “management” Ponzi scheme. Eat clean (organic, non-processed foods) and look into evidence-based “brain foods” and nutrients like coconut oil, avocados, kale, dark chocolate, berries, vitamin B12, and omega 3s.

#4. Anxiety and Depression

Make no mistake, most anxiety and depression are caused by consuming dangerous chemicals found in common, conventional foods today, including aspartame, MSG (monosodium glutamate), and pesticides. Pesticide is the “mother” name for all chemicals engineered into food (GMOs) and all chemical insecticides and herbicides sprayed onto crops and produce, including Roundup.

Nearly all medical doctors and psychiatrists blame all anxiety and depression on genes so they can continue to medicate their patients for life. Easy money. Look into Mucuna Pruriens (raise dopamine levels naturally), St. John’s Wort, and dark organic chocolate.

#5. Chronic Inflammation

Got that constant ringing in your ears? Got achy joints? Got excess mucus and chronic congestion? Got arthritis? Got irritable bowels? You’re suffering from chronic inflammation. Get off all that conventional gluten and switch to an organic, plant-based diet immediately. Make sure you drink lots of properly filtered water (or spring water).

#6. Obesity

Another disorder that M.D.s love to say is genetic is obesity. Visit a naturopathic physician instead of those allopathic quacks who never studied a lick of nutrition in medical school. No amount of surgery or chemicals could ever cure your junk food disorder. Switch to an organic, plant-based diet and exercise for 20 minutes a day.

When Healing Is Hard: How to See Inconsistency as an Invitation

When we finally discover the radical power of nutrition to heal ourselves from depression, anxiety and other mood disorders, life changes.

Nutrition can literally and metaphorically give us a strong taste of healing.

But sometimes, we still don’t eat well. Even when we’ve had a taste of healing, we still don’t reach for the foods that will heal. Why? Why would we ever go back to our old ways of eating once we’ve learned of the impact of food on our moods?

To access more healing, we need to augment our understanding of nutrition with a better understanding of how we deal with stress.

Fourteen years ago, I put the physical pieces together from my decade-plus battle with depression: my gut had been destroyed from the chemotherapy I received in my teens.

Discovering that depression was a symptom and not a diagnosis changed everything. I started to cook real food, got off gluten, and learned how to balance my blood sugar. Tapering off Wellbutrin put me in awe and gratitude of my body’s resilience and self-healing capabilities.

Even so… even knowing that my food choices kept me feeling decent and off medication, I would still return to binge eating and gluten. Why? Was I just so weak, so uncommitted, that I couldn’t control my eating even while it was helping me heal?!

Diet culture had taught me that my inconsistency in nutritional choices was only about a lack of willpower and discipline. This is exactly what my clients believe whenever they fall off track or can’t stick to their healing protocol. It is a pervasive and limiting vantage point.

Over time, what I learned about my own healing journey is that when it came to nutrition, I had one foot on the gas and the other on the brake.

Truth tells us endings are beginnings.

I had reached as far as I could with changing my diet.

I knew pizza and peanut M&Ms were bad for my depression. And when I was “good”, I could stay away from them. When I fell off my gluten and sugar-free lifestyle, the pizza and peanut M&Ms hadn’t changed. I had.

Just like my depression wasn’t a serotonin deficiency, my ‘falling off track’ wasn’t a discipline issue. It was an invitation to find out more.

The Invitation within Inconsistency

Through my personal, professional and Masters degree experience at the University of Pennsylvania, I discovered that our culture’s collective “battle” with food and our bodies isn’t just a word. It’s a strategy.

We resist our depression. We fight our emotions. Or as one client said, “There is so much gearing up to not eat, say or do the wrong thing.”

In effect, we relate to our food, body and life from a conflict perspective.

We are in a psychological battle with food and our bodies when we use the words ‘should’, ‘have to’ or ‘must’. The underlying assumption is there’s a conflict between our wants and what we believe we ‘should’ be doing to prevent looking and feeling bad.

These fears are the car brake on our healing. We want to eat well. We want energy to meditate and move. We also don’t want to fall behind, be disliked or be judged.

The drain and unfulfillment from being constantly on guard turns food into a refuge.

According to the Thomas-Kilmann conflict model, there are clear ways we react to conflict. When these patterns become conscious, we can then stop battling and choose differently.

Conflict Modes (adapted from the Thomas-Kilmann conflict model)

The Competitor

When we compete with our bodies, we compare them to our ‘old bodies’, or to the others we see. We see someone else ‘winning’ at cutting out gluten and dairy or at staying thin, and we can’t figure out what’s wrong with us. We feel like we’re losing at life.

We make choices in terms of getting ahead or not falling behind and isolate ourselves when we aren’t succeeding. Competitors’ finish lines are always moving, and we end up feeling emotionally drained. We sabotage our own progress when we fear healing or weight loss won’t happen for us. We can’t imagine we’ll ever cross the finish line, so why bother?

Many Competitors also find that they’re at the top of their fields because they compete with themselves – always chasing a new Personal Best. Stress goes hand-in-hand with high standards. The stress of falling behind at work, at life, and with our bodies causes us to eat more, drink wine… and we fall further behind in the race. And around and around we go…

The Avoider

Avoiders will think “diet starts tomorrow,” or jump from plan to plan. They procrastinate on healthy living and the emotional work around food because they see it as overwhelming and complicated. They over-dramatize what’s involved.

When avoiding, we make choices like not speaking up for our dietary needs, or picking dramatic, restrictive plans like Weight Watchers, Whole30 or keto. We believe there’s so much ‘gearing up’ necessary for success. This dramatic and restrictive view of food and healing requires perfect conditions that never happen. We often think: “chuck it, f#$@ it”.

Avoiders’ efforts to avoid the imperfection of life and pursue the “magic bullet” fantasy lead them to feel emotionally resentful that others appear to have it easier with their food, healing and life. We sabotage our healing by thinking the discomfort of getting started – with food, or the stressful things on our to-do list – is how our entire experience will feel. When it’s not easy initially, we believe it will be hard forever. The procrastination check we wrote eventually comes to find us and we’re overwhelmed by the experience… “proving” why we avoided in the first place.

The Accommodator

Accommodators view eating healthy and weight-loss as difficult because we use food to treat and reward ourselves. We get excited about ‘being bad’ on weekends, holidays and special occasions. These breaks from real life are our well-deserved cheat for making it through our stress.

When accommodating, we feel life will be more fulfilling as we choose more of what we really want instead of accommodating someone else’s food and healing plan ‘shoulds’, ‘musts’ and ‘have tos’. Because food is a constant source of stimulation, entertainment and bringing people together, we eventually feel bored, deprived and low energy on our restrictive food plan. We resent missing out on a more fulfilling time.

Over time, Accommodators look for more and more reasons to cheat or reward themselves by forgetting our packed lunch or because we had a hard day accommodating everyone else. Accommodators will inflate the importance of food, because it’s serving as a source of meaning well beyond taste. As we rely more on food to be the way we reward, connect and spend our time (nutrition often becomes a hobby for Accommodators), we divert resources away from seeking other fulfilling pursuits.

The Collaborator, a New Paradigm

When we stop framing our relationship with food as combative, we find the freedom to be Collaborative. In spiritual terms, collaboration could be called surrendering to our authentic selves without the armor of ‘being on’. It’s where we decide not to battle and, rather, choose to soften.

When we do this, we identify and work to get our emotional needs met. We come from a place of looking for the emotional win-win, instead of assuming the all-or-nothing, winner takes all, zero sum battle plans of competing or accommodating or avoiding.

Slipping on your healing protocol is an invitation to stop the emotional battle and find a deeper sense of belonging to yourself, and to cultivate an emotional life that aligns with your true nature.

For me this meant a career shift. For some of my clients, it embodies a new way of leading in their organizations or businesses. For others, it’s choosing to parent and be civically engaged in their own way. And for others still, it’s releasing old stories, patterns and habits, and, finally, calling a truce with food.

6 Nutrient Deficiencies that Can Cause Depression & Mood Disorders

Did you know simply nutrient deficiencies can drastically increase your chances of having depression and other mood disorders? Nutrient-related disorders are always treatable and deficiencies are usually curable.


The good news is that there are ways to confront these deficiencies. You can work with an integrative health physician to determine where your nutrition levels are and how you can counteract the associated effects.

6 Nutrient Deficiencies that Can Cause Depression & Mood Disorders

Vitamin B6

A deficiency of vitamin B6 can also lead to depression and other cognitive disorders. This nutrient is required for creating neurotransmitters and brain chemicals that influence your mood. It even helps keep the nervous system healthy. Furthermore, vitamin B6 helps the body absorb vitamin B12, the deficiency of which is also linked to depression.

Vitamin D

This deficiency has been linked to depression, dementia, and autism. Most of our levels drop off during the fall and winter months, since the sunlight is the richest source. An adequate level of serotonin helps prevent and treat mild depression. In addition, vitamin D is important for the immune system and bone health.

Amino Acids

Amino acids are the special building blocks of protein, some of which gets transformed in our bodies into neurotransmitters. Without adequate amino acids, your brain can’t work and you get sluggish, foggy, unfocused, and depressed. Amino acids are found in meat, eggs, fish, beans, seeds, and nuts.


Magnesium is another important nutrient, the deficiency of which can lead to depression. It helps activate enzymes needed for serotonin and dopamine production. It also influences several systems associated with development of depression. In addition, it keeps your bones healthy, reduces anxiety and lowers blood pressure, to name a few.


Zinc is used by more enzymes (and we have over 300) than any other mineral. It is crucial to many of our systems. It activates our digestive enzymes so that we can break down our food and works to prevent food allergies (which, in turn, averts depression, since some of our mood disruptions are triggered by food allergies). It also helps our DNA to repair and produce proteins. Finally, zinc helps control inflammation and boosts our immune system.


Selenium is also essential to brain functioning and helps improve mood and depressive symptoms. Moreover, selenium plays an important role in proper thyroid functioning. A healthy thyroid is important for mental health.

Himalayan SALT LAMPS Improve Mental Clarity, Air Quality & Sleep Cycles

Salt is a wonderful thing. Not only does it give our food taste and flavor – it also can work wonders for your health. Himalayan pink salt has gained notoriety in the recent years for it numerous health perks. The age old table salt does not hold a candle to this variety. It is being hailed as the king of salts and rightly so because it is pumped with calcium, iron, magnesium as well as potassium.


All types of wireless systems that we are using today are releasing ions into the environment. This leads to the creation of electronic smog that is continuously harming our body.

These positive ions cause a wide range of other health problems like mental issues, insomnia, and allergies to name a few. All these health hazards appear because this electronic smog is more than 20 times higher than what our brain is capable of withstanding. It is critical that we start neutralizing these harmful ions. These are positive ions. So you must create negative ions to neutralize them!

G.S. Rahi, associate professor of Physical Science at Fayetteville State University, had the following to say in regards to the benefits of Himalayan pink salt.

They say salt is the earth’s mineral, but even better than regular (sodium laden) table salt, Himalayan pink salt has a wide variety of health benefits as, it contains, calcium, iron, magnesium and potassium and highly regarded as the king of the all salts.

Apparently, chunks of pink salt (as lamps) produce ions and can help you with migraines, some skin conditions, insomnia, allergies and other disorders.

What can neutralize positive ions?

Study find that placing salt lamps around your home can work wonders to reduce the amount of unhealthy positive ions in your home.

How can you get the negative ions out of the Himalayan salts?

The solution lies in using a Himalayan salt lamp. It comes fitted with everything you will need. It has a bulb and salt, and the bulb will heat the salt and release the negative ions.

When there is high humidity, the salt can turn humid. But the heat from the bulb can evaporate the moisture. It will neutralize and remove all the positive ions from your environment.

12 Incredible Facts Hydrogen Peroxide Should Be In Every Home

Most people don’t know hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide(HP) is germicidal agent composed of water and oxygen. It’s been a staple in medicine cabinets and first aid kits for generations. HP is considered the worlds safest all natural effective sanitizer. It kills micro-organisms by oxidizing them.


In fact, there are so many different uses for hydrogen peroxide For Health, Hygiene, Cleaning.

12 Amazing uses of hydrogen peroxide

Immune System Booster

Our produces hydrogen peroxide via certain leukocytes, aka, white blood cells. By this hydrogen peroxide help to fight off, bacteria, viruses and toxins.

Water Purifier

Hydrogen peroxide also use in water purification, just add a pint of hydrogen peroxide to one gallon of the water you use and the HP will help ensure that the water stays sanitary and safe.

Antiseptic mouth rinse

HP is a perfect mouth rinse. It whitens teeth and kills germs responsible for bad breath. It has been found that hydrogen peroxide makes a very effective and inexpensive mouthwash for daily purpose.

Common Cold

Hydrogen peroxide help to keep you away from cold, some claim that applying a few drops of hydrogen peroxide in the ears is best practice to keep cold at bay.


Mix it with that other medicine cabinet staple, baking soda, and you’ve got an effective toothpaste, it keep teeth whiten and germs free.

Remove ear wax

Hydrogen peroxide remove ear wax easily, put a couple of drops of HP into your ears. Keep it for minute or two, then put a couple of drops of olive oil. After few minute, drain the fluid from your ears. Ear wax will move out.


Your body makes Hydrogen peroxide to fight infection which must be present for our immune system to function correctly. White blood cells are known as Leukocytes. A sub-class of Leukocytes called Neutrophils produce hydrogen peroxide as the first line of defense against toxins, parasites, bacteria, viruses and yeast.

Eye Care

Hydrogen peroxide can be used to clean contact lenses – its very effective for eliminating the dust that can build up on the lenses over time.

Sinus Infections

When your sinuses are stuffy, it can be painful. A tablespoon of 3% Hydrogen peroxide added to 1 cup of non-chlorinated water can be used as a nasal spray. You can adjust the amount used of hydrogen peroxide Depending on the degree of sinus.

Toothache pain

Hydrogen peroxide also cure toothache pain, for curing pain, you can gargle a mixture of coconut oil and HP. The antibacterial properties of HP help to eliminate the bacteria that are causing the toothache pain.

Disinfect your hands

Hydrogen peroxide best for disinfecting wounds, HP also use in hand washing. Just dip your hands into or spray them with diluted version of HP.

Keep freshness of vegetables

Hydrogen peroxide freshness your vegetables. Add about ¼ a cup of food-grade Hydrogen peroxide to a sink full of cold water and keep your veggies into it. Soak it for about 15 minutes. Then, rinse them and allow them to dry.

Treat animal wounds

You can use Hydrogen peroxide on animal wounds as you would use on human wounds. Used HP onto your animal carefully, and it will heal wounds with in few days.