Fatigue

Fatigue, whether minor or extreme, is always associated with blood sugar disturbances. The more disturbance, the more fatigue. We have three organs that do most of the sugar regulating: our adrenals, the liver, and the islets in the pancreas. (more…)

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Herpes

The Herpes family of viruses includes Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) 1 and 2, Epstein Barre Virus (EBV), shingles or Chicken Pox (Varicella zoster), Cytomegalovirus (CMV) and some newly discovered ones. (more…)

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Diabetes Of Childhood

The problem is the same for diabetes of childhood as for diabetes of later onset, but much easier to clear up, provided the whole family cooperates. (more…)

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Prediabetic

Alyce Dold, 64, came because she was worried about her blood sugar and chest pain. Indeed, a blood test showed her fasting blood sugar to be 136, just beginning to show insufficient insulin production by her pancreas. (more…)

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Non-Painful Diseases

Explanations for many of these “mysterious” diseases become rather obvious when you see a common parasite, or pollutant, or both consistently show up in case after case. (more…)

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Scalp Pain

Infection anywhere in the head can cause sensitive scalp and scalp pain. Even a common cold can cause bouts of scalp pain. Clean up your dentalware and environment. Lumps on the scalp are often called sebaceous cysts, actually this is where your body has sequestered PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls, extremely hazardous, now banned in the U.S., but often a pollutant in detergents.) Get rid of them by switching off detergents for all purposes. See Recipes for dishwasher liquid, dishwasher detergent, and…

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Ear Noises And Ringing

This is also called tinnitus. A hissing or buzzing sound is heard in one or both ears. It can be continuous or pulsing off and on. It can be as loud as roaring. (more…)

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Earache

Earache is particularly common in children. Bacteria, mainly Streptococcus pneumoniae, have built up to a high level. Zap them. They were probably introduced by some larger parasite. But why did they multiply and thrive in your child's ear? (more…)

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Headache and Migraines

Headaches can take the joy out of living. They can lower your motivation level so low that you don't even want to do anything about them! People with daily headache deserve our deepest sympathy since they must carry on with life's daily duties in spite of it. Often, (more…)

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Macular Degeneration

Dolores Bollapragada, 50ish, had suffered from clinical ergot poisoning in the past which put her in a coma for several weeks. Ergot is a grain (especially rye) fungus, (more…)

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Eye Pain

Eye Pain is caused by parasites. The eye is a favorite location for many parasites, including Giardia, amoebas, hookworm, schistosomes, Toxoplasma, and innumerable others. (more…)

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Throat Pain

Recurring sore throats are always improved by removing dental metal and root canals, and by cleaning up hidden tooth infections. This is essential for (more…)

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Tooth Ache

Before the pain becomes acute and excruciating, kill bacteria of the mouth, including “tooth decay” and “tooth plaque” frequencies (see frequency list, page 561). Make your dental appointment immediately. If zapping bacteria several (more…)

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Temporal Mandibular Joint (TMJ) Problems

Pain at the angle of your jaw is not due to a poorly fitting joint. It fits perfectly but the muscles nearby are pulling it out of joint with their frequent spasms. There is always a hidden tooth infection (more…)

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Front Neck Pain

Lymph nodes under the jaw strain your body fluids of the head, removing bacteria and toxins. They are sometimes called “neck glands.” If the stream of bacteria is endless such as when they are coming from a hidden tooth infection, the lymph nodes will enlarge to do a better job. They will also try to remove toxic metals, mouthwash, and toothpaste for you. (more…)

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Back Of Neck Pain

The back sides of the neck seem to be highways that run between the teeth and liver. Both contribute to pain at the back of the neck. (more…)

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