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Can TESTOSTERONE REPLACEMENT Prevent PREMATURE DEATH? (Part III)

By Daniel Knowles

Can TESTOSTERONE REPLACEMENTPreventPREMATURE DEATH?(Part III) This is the final installation of how testosterone may help prevent premature death. There was an additional study done of 578 diabetic men average age 61 followed for six years. They found a 20% death rate in those with a LOW TESTOSTERONE compared to those men with normal testosterones (9% death rate). Men diagnosed with prostate cancer who had a LOW testosterone level will die SOONER--due to a more aggressive metastatic cancer. A ...

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How to brand a disease and sell a cure

By Daniel Knowles

How to brand a disease -- and sell a cureBy Carl Elliott, Special to CNN October 11, 2010 2:07 p.m. EDT(CNN) -- If you want to understand the way prescription drugs are marketed today, have a look at the 1928 book, "Propaganda," by Edward Bernays, the father of public relations in America.For Bernays, the public relations business was less about selling things than about creating the conditions for things to sell themselves. When Bernays was working as a salesman for Mozart pianos, for example, he ...

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October 13th, 2010
 

Boulder Chiropractor Recommends Krill Oil for Omega 3s

By Daniel Knowles

Whether fish-derived or vegetarian, omega-3 has become a household term. Supplement sales continue to grow, and more and more foods are being fortified with the healthy fatty acids. But getting omega-3 foods into the mainstream remains a challenge. Mainly, omega-3 is derived from fishes but lately there have been studies that show omega 3 can be found not only in the fish or vegetables but also in shrimps. Krill are tiny shrimp gaining attention as a rich source of omega-3, as well as other ...

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Beware the Barbeque

By Daniel Knowles

Beware of the BBQ By Jacob Schor, ND reprinted from To Your Health Grilling meat is an inherently dumb thing to do. Here's why: Cooking animal flesh over a hot open flame triggers a series of chemical reactions that yield a meal loaded with carcinogens. Scientists have been warning us about this danger for two decades. Cancer-causing compounds known as heterocyclic amines (HCAs) can form, particularly when cooking animal flesh over high heat, which is common when barbequing. These chemicals ...

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Network Spinal Analysis: A research Perspective

By Daniel Knowles

Network Spinal Analysis: A Research PerspectiveBy Dr. Donald EpsteinReprinted from The Chiropractic Journal September 2000NSA is a unique system for advancing spinal and neural integrity; developing new strategies of self-organization, and living life from the "inside out".I am proud to report that studies of NSA patients' self reported changes span the largest range of health and wellness domains for a non-medical approach. Even more exciting is that this study performed through the University of ...

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February 9th, 2011
 

Your body has a story to tell you...

By Daniel Knowles

In today's health care world people are quite familiar with the map of the disease process. Determining that we have a symptom that we deem needs to be removed, finding someone to name it, grade its severity, and devise a treatment plan is all familiar territory. However, this map is not the road to greater health and wellness. It is the map towards disease care and further anesthetizing our body-mind. In fact we are so indoctrinated to this that we don't know how to recognize anything other ...

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