Every breath we take, every move we make… so goes the song. Yet every move we make does depend on every breath we takeand every drink (or meal) we take, because our movement is fueledby electrical energy that we store in the body. We receive our energyfrom the triune sources of air, food and water. … Continue reading The Spark of Life – The Negative Charged Ion
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating reports that the deaths of 12 Japanese children may be linked to the anti-viral drug Tamiflu. The possibility has caused alarm, since millions of doses of the drug are currently being stockpiled for use in a potential flu pandemic. Also Linked to Seizures Tamiflu has also been … Continue reading The Flu Drugs Are Killing People
Salicylates or commonly know as aspirin causes metabolic acidosis and respiratory acidosis leading to tissue acidosis and possible cancerous tissue. Respiratory alkalosis develops first to nuetralize the increase of acids and occurs in all patients with salicylate intoxication. A superimposed metabolic acidois then develops in some people, especially those with more severe salicylate intoxication. Salicylates … Continue reading Salicylates or Aspirin – Is it Good for the Body?
What’s Blood Got To Do With It? Everything! The first writing of embryology, cellular microbiology and biological transformation/pleomorphism is found in the Old Testament: ‘For the Life of All Flesh Is the Blood'(Leviticus 17:14) After one of my scientific lectures, in Boston, MA., on biological transformation and the importance of keeping the extracellular fluids of … Continue reading The Importance of Blood in Human Health
A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association once again indicates that keeping mentally active improves you memory and cognitive capacity. About 3,000 seniors from six cities (ranging in size from Boston to State College, Pennsylvania) participated in a five-year study involving short sessions of “brain exercise” over six weeks.Some patients … Continue reading Use It or Lose It!
Question – How long did it take Noah to build the ark? A lot of people say 120 years but I can find no scripture to back this up. All I can find is that after Noah was 500 years old he became the father of Shem, Ham & Japheth. – Genesis 5:32. Genesis 7:11 … Continue reading Everything You Need To Know About Life
The pH of an animals (especially a race horse) blood is critical! If you are looking for the reason why there is a sudden, and apparently inexplicable, drop in a horse’s racetrack performance … then continue to read!!! The one single factor which causes a horse to “train off” faster than any other is a … Continue reading The pH of an Animals Blood is Critical!
Broccoli and Broccoli sprouts are a Super Food and the first ingredients in our newly re-released children’s plant based vitmain and mineral supplement – Doc Broc Rocks – Just in time for the New Year! To order Doc Broc Rocks go to: http://www.phmiracleliving.com A great way to get your Kids eating broccoli and other cruciferous … Continue reading Doc Broc Rocks!
Here at the Rancho del Sol in Sunny California we are now picking our organic avocados for the Holidays and shipping them fresh directly to your home. (Freshly picked avocados ripen in two to three weeks and last longer when refrigerated)http://www.phmiracleliving.com/RanchoAvorado.htm Our avocados are rich in nutrients, with vitamins A, B-complex, C, E, H, K … Continue reading Rancho del Sol Avocados – God’s Butter
Just in time for World AIDS Day: Three new studies and a journal article all authored by mainstream researchers that question popular ideas and conventional thinking about HIV and AIDS.===The Failure of Viral Load TestsJAMA Study Shakes AIDS Science, Angers HIV Advocates A nationwide team of orthodox AIDS researchers led by doctors Benigno Rodriguez and … Continue reading Mainstream Reseachers Question the HIV?AIDS Theory