Extrawdinary News Headlines 1st February 2017

Extrawdinary News Headlines 1st February 2017

Vaccine

Scientists shocked to learn that shingles vaccines can transform vaccinated people into “carriers” who spread infectious disease

Did you know that the shingles vaccine could raise the risk of someone else getting chicken pox?

Research on this very topic was published in 2011 by The Journal of Infectious Diseases. The elite research team was comprised of members from NASA’s Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, University of Texas Health Science Center, University of Colorado Medical School, and the CDC.1 Read more

 

Molecule

Preventing Cancer at the Molecular Level

One of the most prevalent misconceptions about cancer is that it is usually caused by genetic factors. Jeffrey Bland, in his book, Genetic Nutritioneering, dispels this myth by providing scientific evidence that only 20-30% of chronic disease is attributed to genes. In the case of breast cancer, for example, only 5-10% of cases can be traced to the presence of the BRCA gene; all of the remaining cases are caused by toxins, hormone imbalances, nutritional deficiencies and stress, or a combination of these factors.Read more

 

 

Organic

Higher energy levels and fewer diseases: Health benefits of an organic diet

Digestion is better; even my own menstrual cycles, which used to be irregular, have normalised after I started eating organic millets,” she said. Our ‘inorganic’ way of living is a key culprit when it comes to health problems. Anupama Menon, a nutritionist at Right Living, Bengaluru, said, “The state of health has been deteriorating in the past few decades. Look at the prevalence of heart disease. We’re seeing people dying at 30-32. Of the people working in the corporate sector who come to me, almost half of them between 30 and 40 years are suffering from some or the other kind of heart disease. Diabetes and infertility are also on the rise. What is the cause of all this? Of course, our way of living, pollution and stress contribute to this, but a large portion of this can be attributed to eating inorganic food.”3 Read more

 

Sources

  1.  NaturalNews.com
  2. GreenMedInfo.com
  3. Economictimes.indiatimes.com
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About Michelle



Michelle Firrisi is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Clinical Herbalist. She lived most of her life in the Island of Guernsey, in the Channel Islands, UK.

She now lives in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Michelle also holds an Honours Degree in Bachelor of Science Podiatric Medicine and practices Reiki, Massage and Shamanism. Her main speciality is in the areas of Addiction, Anxiety, Depression and reversing Mood Disorders with targeted Amino Acid Therapy & Nutrition.

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Statements and opinions written on this website are based on experience and designed for educational purposes only. It should not be taken as professional medical advice. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Before changing your diet or with all medical conditions consult a qualified medical professional.