How fitting that Mark’s Uncle Allen, who had met him only once, would write a loving birthday tribute to this rare human being who touched so many hearts including mine on his brief journey to this planet ~ for I have never forgotten his innocent pure soul and loving heartfelt smile.
This is without a doubt the most emotionally rewarding work of my life and I am humbled by the simplicity and power of this self-healing process. How fortunate can I be to be making such a profound difference in my early 80’s by passing on my truth to people, many of them less than half my age ~ but all eager to see the light as well as another choice in life.
Reviewing the entire medical literature, The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet lays out the scientific case why our bodies are healthiest on a diet rich in saturated fat from animal products.
Marina is the perfect example of how early childhood pain or the seeming separation from love can cause us to emotionally stop growing, create a self-protective ego and go through our life unconsciously recreating our original pain and separation in a vain attempt to find a lost and alone child within ourselves.
Recent research reveals the main toxic effects of glyphosate, the main ingredient in the Monsanto weedkiller Roundup, are identical to the typical biological markers for autism and Alzheimer’s disease.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is arguably one of the most serious issues of our current generation. The Iraq and Afghanistan wars may be winding down, but the aftermath of them is far from over.
Diabetes increases the susceptibility to infection due to poor wound healing. Diabetics have a greater risk of a more severe and progressive form of periodontitis, which is the infectious process that leads to the deterioration of supporting bone and tissues that form the attachment around the tooth.
Exercise is the answer! For both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics exercise will reduce the need for insulin and oral hypoglycemic medications, improve the ability of the body to improve glycemic (sugar) control, and increase the ability to control body weight.
Diabetes Mellitus is not a single disease, but a group of metabolic disorders that all share the feature of hyperglycemia or an abnormal excess of sugar in the blood. An excess of sugar in the blood may not seem to be that important but chronic hyperglycemia will cause damage to organ systems such as the kidney, eyes, nerves and blood vessels.
- If one idiot manages to kill themselves or maim themselves, that fails to excuse the rest of us from using something like some sense in the whole thing. I’ve run with a rifle with a bayonet on it, and with scissors, and haven’t hurt myself with either. Guess which one I heard a lot about? Oddly, the things that can really hurt us, like a Republican-dominated Congress or Mitt Romney, seem to be missed completely.
- One of the more interesting scientists working in WWII for Dr. Josef Mengele on the German Ebola program was a Portuguese doctor, Jose Ferreira, whose daughter, Teresa, is married to Senator John Kerry.
Here, I propose a unifying model of individual health.1 The model allows one to understand personal health in terms of chronic “self-image incongruence”, in an identity crisis caused by any dramatic change of life circumstances.