The common notion that saturated fat and cholesterol are “bad” for our health began in the 1960s when the medical profession began to aggressively promote ideas such as the diet-heart hypothesis. Recently, this longstanding viewpoint is being challenged by several
Imagine: a compound found in broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables that shows promise in treating autism, cancer, and a host of neurodegenerative diseases. Please take note, however, that crucifers may have a dark side. Read on…
From a customer: What are flu-like symptoms that could result when taking sulfur for the first time? Taking sulfur once a day in the morning, I had an experience recently where I suddenly felt very dizzy and had to sit
I recently received an email from a web marketer who revealed that his father was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. In response to his disclosure, I offer the following commentary:
At the Wise Traditions 2012 Conference held earlier this month, Dr. Stephanie Seneff overturned commonly held views about the health effects of cholesterol and sunlight and offered insights about sulfur based on her years of research.