Blog: Health

Research Substantiates Blind Faith Protocol

I was recently sent a link to an article about a three-month trial using Saffron to treat macular degeneration. I quote a Professor from the Catholic University in Rome who is an Ophthalmologist and one of the leaders of this research: “We should consider that it was only three months of supplementation and after three months of supplementation there was […]

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Diet Planning is Useless if We Don’t Know Nutrient Totals

Planning a diet has always baffled me. How can anyone intelligently design a diet if they don’t know the total nutrients of all the foods? The amounts of nutrients are available for each food from several sources but if we are including, say, ten different foods in a diet what are the totals of minerals and vitamins of all ten foods? Problem solved but it’s a bit of work to do.

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Organic vs Factory-Farmed vs Family-Farmed vs home garden

I’ve been doing major research lately trying to find some truth about organic food being healthier and more nutritious than factory-farmed food. Some say there’s no difference and others say there’s a major difference. I think everyone is missing the main point though and that is that most available farm land, whether farmed organically, family or factory, has been farmed […]

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Many iPhone Vision Test Apps But Are They Any Good?

I recently did a search for vision test apps on the Mac App Store. After all, “there’s an app for everything”, right? If you can believe it I counted 144. I decided to hit google and read up on them because this was all new to me. I hadn’t even thought of a vision test app […]

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Juicing vs Blending vs Normal Meals. Which is Best?

There are three ways we get minerals, vitamins and antioxidants from food. These include juicing, blending and eating. There are advantages and dangers to each. For instance is there a danger of overdosing vitamins and minerals from juicing?

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