4 Things the Medical Establishment Doesn't Want You to Know

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4 Things the Medical Establishment Doesn't Want You to Know

Natural Supplements Actually Work

Just like big-money pharmaceutical drugs, not every natural supplement works for every health condition. Some work, and they work without the markups from pharmaceutical giants.

A study from UC San Diego shows that turmeric (curcumin) inhibits the DYRK2 proteasome in cancer cells, reducing tumor burden in immuno-compromised mice without harming healthy cells. The ancient supplement was compared to a similar, more expensive synthetic pharmaceutical drug.

In 1992, a clinical study of 47 cancer patients in Kyoto, Japan showed that protein-bound polysaccharide extracted from mushrooms activated the immune system and improved survival rates in digestive cancer patients. Health benefits have been demonstrated with mycelia supplements from the Turkey Tail (Trametes versicolor), Niu-Chang, Shiitake, Reishi, Maitake, Himematsutake, and Cordyceps mushrooms.

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GcMAF and Nagalase

Glycoprotein-derived macrophage activating factor (GcMAF) is a naturally occurring protein that is found in milk during the first few days of breastfeeding and in the human bloodstream. It is essential for the regulation of the human immune system, but many pharmaceutical companies ignore it and instead market patentable synthetic molecules that frequently lead to medical debt and bankruptcy.

It has been shown that nagalase impairs natural immunological activity in many Americans, and the trend has coincided with the prolific expansion of vaccine deployment and the onco-virus contamination of certain vaccines. Documented viral contaminants include SV40 and other types of HIVs, but large pharmaceutical manufacturers have special legal protections that have prevented these issues from being resolved.

Despite its efficacy and well-documented safety, GcMAF is hard to come by. Although the medical establishment has banned its manufacture in the USA, the glycoprotein-derived macrophage activating factor (GcMAF) is available for purchase in several other countries.

GcMAF has become increasingly important as new data continues to show elevated levels of nagalase in cancer and autism patients. Nagalase blood tests are a powerful indicator for the usefulness of GcMAF treatment.

Organic Food

Bayer's Monsanto has been under fire lately for the link between its best-selling herbicide, RoundUp, and cancer (specifically non-Hodgkin's lymphoma). Glyphosate kills beneficial bacteria in the human digestive tract, and its residues have shown up at problematic levels in a wide variety of conventional foods including grains and produce.

Eating organic food is a common-sense way to reduce the synthetic pesticide residue burden of mass-cultivated foods.

Drinking Water

As the story of Flint, Michigan has shown, the safety of drinking water in the U.S. is no longer guaranteed. Lead and other heavy metals from industry often leach into groundwater and surface water supplies. Atrazine and other agricultural pesticides applied at growing rates of hundreds of pounds per acre inevitably make their way into water supplies.

Municipal water treatment facilities have few ways to remove these contaminants cost-effectively, and many consumers are unaware of the contamination. Fortunately, some bottled spring water suppliers provide water from trustworthy sources.

We are Human

We have millions of years of evolution behind us. We were built to endure hardships and to survive under tough conditions. When we acknowledge innovation’s side effects on civilization, we can free ourselves to embrace old solutions with the new.

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