Rupert Sheldrake Questions Scientistic Orthodoxy

Rupert Sheldrake dares question Scientistic Orthodoxy on Ted Talks (banned). While at Cambridge, together with Philip Rubery, he discovered the mechanism of polar auxin transport, the process by which the plant hormone auxin is carried from the shoots towards the roots. more...

What is the Fourth Phase of Water?

University of Washington Bioengineering Professor Gerald Pollack

We are in the dark about water and so is science. University of Washington Bioengineering Professor Gerald Pollack answers the question; What is the Fourth Phase of Water? It intrigues us to consider the implications of his finding. Not all water is H2O, not what you may have learned from textbooks. more...

Alkaline Hype and Myth

Medical Expert James Sloan

Alkaline water is generally not good for drinking. Learn the truth about alkaline hype and why acids are good. In fact acids and alkalines work together to promote good health. – Markus Rothkranz interviews medical expert James Sloane How does the body respond to alkalines? Dr. Peter Glidden discusses healthy pH balance and how the […] more...

How To Remove Ammonia

Glutamine is used to transport ammonia. In this sense, glutamine is used to remove ammonia. That is the only way in which I’ ve heard of glutamine removing ammonia. This isn’ t the same thing as saying taking a glutamine supplement will immediately remove ammonia. Just the opposite will happen. more...

More About Glutamine

Often, glutamine is prescribed to help repair your intestinal lining. Please be aware that it interacts with other amino acids. In fact, no amino acid acts completely by itself. In the case of glutamine, it can lower branch chain aminos, lower taurine and it might raise citrulline, arginine, and alanine aminos. more...

More About Amino Acids

Polly: Dr. Cheney feels that increasing glutathione levels is key to the recovery of his chronic fatigue patients. At one time he was using glutathione supplements, but later he found that undenatured whey, which increases glutathione levels, was better tolerated by many of his patients. (For more detail, see the section on oxygen in the […] more...

About Amino Acids

The amino acids in your body must be kept in balance for best health. Unfortunately, long-term dysbiosis and toxins like mercury can throw off your amino acid balance. Treatments with amino acids can be quite beneficial. Yet, approach these treatments with caution. more...

Does Intestinal Inflammation cause a lack of Sulfates?

Rosemary Waring, MD, of the University of Birmingham, England discovered that many of the autistic children (also ADHD and ADD children) have either a defect in an enzyme called phenol-sulfo-transferase or they have a lack of sulfates which this enzyme requires. Mercury poisoning impairs the kidney’s ability to retain sulfates, and therefore mercury poisoning may be one of the causes of this problem. more...

Intestinal Irritation And Seizures

All too often, seizures are a topic on the Internet autism lists. Part of the problem may be the intestinal irritation that is so prevalent in autism. The Meridian Institute has shown that epileptic seizures can be due to adhesions in the lymphatic ducts surrounding the intestine. more...

Poor Stomach Acid Can Lead To Serious Disorders

My symptoms are burping, stomach bloating, my stomach upsets easily and I tend to be constipated. I take antacids for the symptoms but do not get much relief. Do you have any ideas to help my digestion? It sounds like you may have poor stomach output of hydrochloric acid, known as hypochlorhydria. more...