Mercury is one of the most toxic elements on the planet. Exposure to mercury can come from coal burning power plants, volcanoes, forest fires, fish, dental amalgams, and vaccines. Water sources are polluted with mercury from environmental sources. A list of fish with various levels of mercury are presented in the Wellness Support Group webinar entitled Mercury located on our website.
Cases of diabetes have skyrocketed in the last 50 years. In 1977, the government decided that fat (not sugar) was the culprit of obesity and heart disease. This began the low fat/no fat crusade. Fat was removed from foods we ate. However, the food tasted so bad no one would eat it. So, sugar and various sweeteners were added to mask the poor taste. Vegetable oils replaced saturated fats like those found in olives, coconuts, and avocados. By 1985, modern wheat consisted of dwarf and semi-dwarf wheat which raised the sugar level of nearly all foods even further.
There are physical receptors (glycoproteins) on cells. Communication takes place within the body if sugars (glycans) are in the correct place on these cell surface sugar antennas. For example, the hormone insulin can dock on specific insulin cell receptors and communicate to the cell the need to take in glucose from the blood and use it for energy. Miscommunication can take place if there is not enough insulin or if the cell receptors are not built correctly (glycans are not in place).
Standard cancer treatments are surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. The success rates for these protocols are pretty dismal. A promising new treatment approach involves the science of glycobiology. It is called immunotherapy and the goal is to enlist the patient’s immune system to fight cancer. Natural, alternative treatment approaches have always employed this approach but to see it from the medical community is encouraging even though it is a synthetic, genetically engineered approach.
Arteriosclerosis is the general term for scarring of the arteries and atherosclerosis is more specifically referring to scarring due to plaque. Calcium deposits with oxidized fatty plaque are the real culprits (not cholesterol). Dr. Carolyn Dean states that these plaques “will be dissolved with therapeutic amounts of magnesium.”
Angina is pain in the chest or pain radiating down the left arm due to lack of oxygen to the heart. The pain can feel like a mild ache, a feeling of pressure, or a crushing pain. Dr. James B. Pierce, Ph.D., estimates “up to 50 percent of sudden heart attacks may be due to magnesium deficiency. He has found that magnesium works better than nitroglycerine for his own stress-induced chest pains.”
Heart attacks [also called myocardial infarction (MI) or acute coronary syndrome (ACS)] can cause permanent damage to heart muscle and death. In fact, it is the leading cause of death in the United States. Magnesium has been studied for its effects on the heart since the 1930s and used by injection for the treatment of heart conditions since the 1940s.
Angie and I had the opportunity to go to a screening of a new movie coming out: ‘Vaxxed II: The People’s Truth. The movie focused on the stories of families of “vaccine-injured children.” The parents are not “anti-vaxx.” They are “ex-vaxx” because of the damage caused to their children from vaccinations that they felt were safe. This movie follows the events surrounding the first movie, Vaxxed. The efforts to suppress that movie created a ground swell of support. Many thousands of parents finally had hope that their stories might be told.