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A Way To Break Down Spike Protein?

Over the past year, I've had a number of people ask if there is a natural way to help break down spike protein.

I've been finding that people in the midst of an infection as well as those experiencing troublesome symptoms following vaccination have been responding well to taking proteolytic enzymes. One of the primary ingredients in our proteolytic enzyme blend is nattokinase, an enzyme derived from fermented soybeans that is effective in breaking down fibrin. Read more

 

How to Reduce Our Risk of Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease

First, it's vital to understand that cholesterol is not a deadly poison, but a substance that we need to be healthy.

Here are some reasons why we need cholesterol:

  • It contributes to cell membrane integrity and function

  • Cholesterol is used to make hormones that help us deal with stress, as well to make sex hormones

  • It is converted to vitamin D, which is essential for proper growth, healthy bones, a healthy nervous system, muscle tone, and proper immune system function

 

When You Can't Decide

How to Build Pain-Free and Mobile Shoulders at Any Age

If you have a tendency to experience shoulder pain or stiffness, I recommend doing the stretches shown in the video above before getting out of bed. Read more

 

Best Ways To Prevent Alzheimer's

Of the four major chronic degenerative diseases that most people pass on from, the one that we have no efficacious treatments for is dementia, the most common one being Alzheimer's.

Thankfully, there are some concrete daily habits that can substantially lower our risk of developing dementia:

1. Prevent hearing loss.

Hearing loss often leads to less social interaction and less auditory input, which causes cognitive decline. If hearing loss already exists, use of a hearing aid is recommended. Read more

 

4 Most Common Diseases & How to Prevent Them

When I first meet people and they get to know what I do for work, I'm often asked to suggest a few things they can do to stay healthy.

In broad terms, the chronic degenerative diseases that most people in today's world eventually die from are:

Diabetes
Heart Disease
Cancer
Alzheimer's (and other neuro-degenerative diseases)

The sum of the highest quality medical literature I have read over the years on how to prevent these four classes of disease is this: Read more

 

A Fun Way To Lower Your Risk of Dementia

Every 3 seconds, someone in the world develops dementia.  

Today, there are more than 50 million diagnosed cases of dementia worldwide.  And by 2030, this number is expected to increase to 80 million. Read more

 

How to Improve Vision Naturally | Vision Therapy Exercises

Contrary to popular belief, your vision doesn't have to decline over time. With regular exercise of the muscles that control your eye movements and visual acuity, you can reduce eyestrain and maintain or even improve your vision. Utilization of a few acupressure points can also help your vision by encouraging healthy blood flow to your eyes. Read more

 

Making All Exercises Core-Centric For More Functional Strength

These days, I’m loving the focus of making all exercises core-centric.

Generally, working with weights unilaterally while striving to keep the core in a strong and neutral position with abs and glutes contracted is a rewarding approach. Read more

 

Where There Is Injury Let Me Sow Pardon

Many thanks to Kent Nerburn and HarperCollins for allowing us to share this chapter from Make Me An Instrument of Your Peace with our readers. - Ben Kim

By Kent Nerburn

I once spoke with a man who had done hard time at a maximum security penitentiary. I asked him what had been the single most significant lesson he had learned from being inside. He looked at me with sad eyes and said, "You would not believe what lives inside the human heart. There really is such a thing as evil." Read more

 

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