How to live safely in a wireless world...

Wireless devices give off microwave radiation...our own devices that are on and those that are in our environment.  Can being immersed in frequencies, that pass through most matter, present a health risk?  You bet!   If you live in the city, it is an unavoidable circumstance.  So what can we do to mitigate or eliminate the problem?  Troy Pratt will give you some ideas, but don't make the mistake of thinking the effects are of no the article!

Fail to Plan and you are planning to fail!     

This site is devoted to providing information for you to care for your own health, rather then depending on insurance, the drug companies or the FDA. Don't expect others to look after your health.  Food manufacturers, producers and procurers are not interested in providing quality or healthful groceries for your consumption. All they are interested in is the bottom line, so they will disguise, camoflage, mask, enhance, dilute, color, preserve, alter, etc., sell their products, without regard for your health. The same is true, in many respects, for drug companies. It is a business, not a benevolent society. 

     A lot of fuss is made by drug companies about how nutritional products are not regulated, and the conclusion we are supposed to arrive at is that they are not as safe as drugs to treat various ailments. Well, we all know how great a job the FDA has been doing with that task. They support an entire industry of litigants!  The fact is that very few deaths can be attributed to taking supplements as opposed to thousands that can be laid at the feet of OTC and prescribed medications. It is true that taking supplements, willy-nilly, without researching it's characteristics and/or benefits can cause adverse effects, but the record shows they are still rare in occurence. The medical establishment is constantly providing misinformation about natural treatments and supplements and like the Democrat party, they have willing accomplices in the media.

     Food processors are also engaged in whatever propaganda works to deceive the public into believing their products are healthy, regardless of how far from the truth that may be.

    A few  years ago, I wrote to Post Cereals, which I believe is a division of Kraft Foods, about partially hydrogenated oils in most of their cereals. I chastised them for claiming their cereals were healthful, when they used trans-fats in their processing, substances that had been clearly linked to both heart disease and cancer. They responded that their products were healthful, but cited no evidence whatsoever to make their case. A year or so later, pressure was building against fast food giants, McDonalds, Burger King, and others to remove trans fats and some states even began to ban the stuff. Finally today we find the "0% trans-fats" label on all of post cereals. Some manufacturers are only making the claim in their ingredients list, suggesting they never had it in their product (no, not us!).  Finally the FDA is in the process of banning trans fats!

     Now, wth regard to natural supplements and herbal substances, the marketplace is the best regulator. If the substance works, people will buy it again and again. If it doesn't, they won't. It is as simple as that. I do encourage everyone, however, to research each substance. We have the most wonderful tool imaginable in the internet to accomplish just that. Just keep in mind, like the print media or any other commercial enterprise, they are competing for your business, and may embellish or even lie to get customers, so you can't believe everything you read. So, do something for educated and informed about what you put in your body.    

Beware of so-called healthy cereals!

(Biotrust Nutrition) "Yogurt Berry Crunch" cereal (with added fiber!) is a popular brand.

It sure sounds healthy...

In fact, the label even makes claims like "heart healthy!" and points out that it contains "25 grams of whole grains". "Rich in antioxidants, vitamin C & E", too. Just add up all those health benefits!

 This so-called "healthy" cereal contains FIFTY ONE ingredients, including not one, not two, not six, not seven, but TEN different sources of SUGAR.

It also contains SEVEN corn derived ingredients (very likely from genetically modified corn), including corn syrup and corn starch.

It's also loaded with inflammatory wheat ingredients and gluten, not to mention two of the worst damaged, denatured oils you can consume...canola oil and soybean oil.

Healthy? I don't think so!

Unfortunately, just about everything else in the cereal aisle is in the same boat as this disastrously unhealthy 51-ingredient nightmare.
Simply put, you MUST eliminate these disastrous boxed foods from your home and start consuming whole, natural, REAL foods, if your goal is to get a flat belly fast and remain healthy.

You don't have to break the bank to eat healthy!   SEE Tanya Amen's healthy recipes and suggestions about saving money, and losing excess pounds while doing so.



 Inflammatory breast cancer is very easily detected by thermography – which reads changes in temperature within the breast. IBC is characterized by an increase in temperature, so thermography is the ideal diagnostic tool. And there's no radiation involved. So get a yearly thermogram instead of a mammogram!" 

Thermography is also known as digital infrared imaging (DII) – not to be confused with digital mammography – a new technique that uses digital technology to create an image on a computer screen, but still exposes the patient to potentially harmful doses of radiation.

Thermography is a non-invasive procedure that uses infrared cameras (no compression or radiation) to detect patterns of temperature change in tissue. You can find more information about thermography and locate thermography centers near you on two websites: The International Academy of Clinical Thermology (, and the American College of Clinical Thermology (


The Secret to Healing Virtually All Diseases  

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Weight Loss

Okay, here is the big subject everyone wants to know about!  I have often been asked; how do you keep your weight down?  It is true, I have never had a problem with my weight. Some of those same people, who ask that question, believe I can eat anything I want, in any quantity, and not gain weight. That is not true. However, I haven't always known the answer to that question.  I weighed 155 pounds at a height of 5' 11" when I graduated High School.  I went straight into the Army. I weighed 180 pounds upon coming out of basic training. I have been able to keep my weight at 180 + or - 10 pounds ever since. (current age of 74)  How do I do it?  Well, here it is...

It is not one single thing I do. It is the combination that does the trick.

Food consumption:

A. I eat a wide variety of food. I eat meat, but I eat much more vegetables than meat. I do eat a lot of salads, which of course, means a lot of those vegetables are raw. note: Nearly all meat purchased from grocers comes from factory farms. They feed their livestock genetically modified feed, they use antibiotics and growth hormones as a regular practice. When we eat the meat, we get a dose of each of these unhealthy substances. Packaged meats are usually cured with nitrates or nitrites. This is some really bad stuff to be consuming. The safe way to avoid this stuff is to eat organic meat only. It is more expensive but you are worth it.

B. I avoid eating a lot of sausage, not that saturated fat is necessarily bad, but a lot of stuff in commercial sausage is questionable , to say the least.

C. I avoid food that is nothing but fat (polyunsaturated), such as oils (like peanut, corn and soybean oil).

D. I eat slowly, which has often been interpreted as eating a lot, since I am still at table when everyone else is finished. I eat while watching TV, but am aware that is not good. However, I know, should I need to lose a few pounds, all I have to do is eat at the table only. Eating slowly at the table is boring, so the tendency is to eat less and table meals are usually more nutritious, since they are not heavily loaded with snack type foods.

E. I played backyard basketball well up into my late 50's. Regular exercise is crucial, but aerobics are not good for you. Walking is the best regular exercise you can do, next to swimming or bike riding. Since what I said about aerobics is controversial, let me back up that statement with some evidence.

Doctors Al Sears and Dean Ward have presented some of the following information...

     Jumping around for 45 minutes to an hour won't boost your lung capacity, it won't strengthen your heart – it won't even help you lose weight.

Even worse, aerobic training—the kind most doctors and even the federal government tout as the path to good health—can actually wreck your body. Do enough, and aerobics will make you sick, tired and old before your time.

I can't tell you how many times my patients have come to me thinking that aerobics and long-duration "cardio" is the best and only way to improve their heart and lungs. NOTHING could be further from the truth! (Dr. Sears)

If you only exercise within your current aerobic limits, you do so without improving your aerobic capacity. In other words, you never push hard enough to stop to catch your breath. This kind of aerobic exercise trains your body for endurance and efficiency. That sounds great, right?  NO.  This kind of "logic" causes "shrinkage:" Smaller muscles, smaller heart and smaller lungs. What's worse, it wipes out your heart's and lung's reserve capacity.

Your reserve capacity is what your heart and lungs use to deal with stress.

Reserve capacity means your heart has the ability to pump more blood, faster in times of stress. Reserve capacity for your lungs allows them to deal with high exertion like lifting, carrying, running or going up stairs.

Without reserve capacity, you are much more likely to drop dead from a heart attack or pneumonia when faced with stress. No "reserve capacity" in your checking or savings account means bankruptcy. No "reserve capacity" in your heart and lungs means a fatal heart attack or succumbing to what should have been nothing more than bronchitis or "walking" pneumonia.

For decades you've been told to exercise for an hour a day – to go to the gym – to sacrifice you time, even your sanity. Now we know that it just isn't necessary. You don't have to suffer to be happy.

Long-duration exercise burns fat during your workout. Sound good, right? Guess again… This sends a message to your body that you need a reserve of fat available at all times – so the next time you exercise you'll have something to throw on the fire. This self-defeating cycle ensures that your body makes more fat every time you finish exercising.

That's why you may have such a hard time losing fat at the gym. Every time you burn fat during exercise, you body reacts by making more.

So I don't have to exercise at all anymore?

No, but short sessions of high intensity exercise (as short as 10 to 12 minutes), followed by brief periods of rest will do the job for you. That means your body never has a chance to burn fat during exercise. Your body burns carbs from muscle tissue.

This triggers your "afterburn." When you finish your session, your body starts to burn fat to replace the carbs it just burned. In fact, your body continues to burn fat for up to 24 hours after you finish!

After a while, your body stops making fat all together – it simply doesn't need it anymore! This afterburn is the key to getting rid of excess body fat – not long hours of boring exercise.

A good exercise regimen should always be a type of interval workout of short duration, high intensity, followed by a recovery period, then repeated  at least twice. Intensity here means heavy panting, recovery period means stop or walk slowly until breathing is normal again. Anyone can do this type of training, regardless of present health, but it is good to check with your doctor first.  Example:

Walk fast for 1 minute  (panting)

Rest 2-3 minutes (until breathing is normal again)

Repeat 2 times

Do this at least three times a week.

When this becomes too easy, increase intensity (not duration), like walking faster or up hill or both.

Continue to challenge your capacity and in a matter of months, you will teach your body it does not need to store fat.

You will lose weight, increase lung capacity, improve your energy levels, etc.

Incidently, when you push your body to repeat the above process beyond 4 repetitions, it begins producing growth hormones, which puts lean muscle on you and puts the brakes on aging...nice little added benefit.


F. Since the late 90's I have avoided GMO's.  "Realize that some foods are programming you for failure.  Your body does not like Genetically Modified Foods. It is puzzled by these "Frankenfoods". It doesn't know what to do with it's constituents, since some of them are not food. So what does it do with this stuff?  Very likely it is stored, added to your fat stores. Some of the weird components of GM foods undoubtedly end up in the liver. Are they effectively filtered?  No one knows.  There have been no long term studies and very likely any studies will be villified by the industry giants like Monsanto and Bayer.  Artificial sweeteners are in the same category. They could rightly be placed in the excitotoxin list, along with MSG and dozens of flavor enhancers, actually causing an increased appetite and, of course, obesity.



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