Health Videos – Tony Pantalleresco – A Natural Pain Killing Formula

I will be posting weekly video’s from Tony’s YOUTUBE page (found under herbsplusbeadswork)

Tony is getting some huge hits and lots of good attention over there and his videos are well liked. We are kicking off with With this controversial video in which Tony shows people how to make a natural remedy to help with pain. Controversial, wacky, Genius…. Enjoy. (by the way, This is for entertainment purposes only)

Intestinal Yeast Infection Symptoms

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Intestinal Yeast Infection Symptoms
An overgrowth of yeast in the intestine can produce several painful symptoms. To know more about the symptoms, causes and treatment of this condition, read this article.
Intestinal yeast infection is caused by an overgrowth of Candida albicans, a type of yeast. Yeast is a type of fungus that can be found in the gastrointestinal tract. Under normal situation, Candida albicans do not cause any health problem. This is because, their population is kept under control by the beneficial bacteria of the intestine and a healthy immune system. But factors that can weaken the immune system or destroy the beneficial bacteria in the intestine can contribute towards the rapid proliferation of yeast or Candida albicans.

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Intestinal Infection Caused by Antibiotics

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Intestinal Infection Caused by Antibiotics
Antibiotics are prescribed to treat intestinal infection, but what about an intestinal infection caused by antibiotics? This article provides information on how antibiotics can cause gastrointestinal disorders. Read on, to know why you should use antibiotics sparingly and how the disorders caused by antibiotics are cured….

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‘Friendly’ Bacteria Protect Against Type 1 Diabetes

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‘Friendly’ Bacteria Protect Against Type 1 Diabetes, Researchers Find

Researchers have found that non-obese diabetic mice deficient in innate immunity were protected from diabetes in normal conditions. However, if they were raised in a germ-free environment, lacking “friendly” gut bacteria, the mice developed severe diabetes. —Sep. 22, 2008 — In a dramatic illustration of the potential for microbes to prevent disease, researchers at Yale University and the University of Chicago showed that mice exposed to common stomach bacteria were protected against the development of Type I diabetes.

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Toxic Effects of Excessive Consumption of MSG

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Toxic Effects of Excessive Consumption of MSG

The toxic effects that occur as a result of excessive consumption of MSG are known as Chinese Restaurant Syndrome.

MSG is known to be more toxic than Glutamic Acid – this is due to MSG being more readily absorbed by the body compared to Glutamic Acid.  The increased toxicity of MSG is also believed to occur from the presence of the D-Glutamic Acid form of Glutamic Acid (as opposed to L-Glutamic Acid).

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This Weeks Health News Around the Web – Week Ending 20/01/2013

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As always this week has produced lots of health news. allot of it is the same old news we have heard, sometimes in new studies or repackaged, but most of it worth re-reading. People really are waking up to what has been spoken about as ‘alternative’ or ‘natural’ health. The latest in modern science is providing more and more information that traditional methods of living, eating and balancing disease are some of the most potent tools we have!

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Toxic Effects Of MSG

Toxic Effects of Excessive Consumption of MSG

 

The toxic effects that occur as a result of excessive consumption of MSG are known as Chinese Restaurant Syndrome.

MSG is known to be more toxic than Glutamic Acid – this is due to MSG being more readily absorbed by the body compared to Glutamic Acid.  The increased toxicity of MSG is also believed to occur from the presence of the D-Glutamic Acid form of Glutamic Acid (as opposed to L-Glutamic Acid).

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Milk–Unpasteurized-Does a Body Good!!!!!

Raw Milk

Link of info on where you can find milk in your local area

http://www.realmilk.com/where1.html

In other Countries

http://www.realmilk.com/where-other.html#can

Many people don’t realize that raw milk has many benefits. It can make you healthier, help you grow properly, and it contains many of the vitamins and enzymes you need to live a healthy life.

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Vitamin D Required equivalency of Sun Exposure

Vitamin D Required equivalency of Sun Exposure

For adults, the 5-μg (200 IU) vitamin D recommended dietary allowance may prevent osteomalacia[U7]  in the absence of sunlight, but more is needed to help prevent osteoporosis and secondary hyperparathyroidism. Other benefits of vitamin D supplementation are implicated epidemiologically: prevention of some cancers, osteoarthritis progression, multiple sclerosis, and hypertension. Total-body sun exposure easily provides the equivalent of 250 μg (10000 IU) vitamin D/d, suggesting that this is a physiologic limit. Sailors in US submarines are deprived of environmentally acquired vitamin D equivalent to 20–50 μg (800–2000 IU)/d. The assembled data from many vitamin D supplementation studies reveal a curve for vitamin D dose versus serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D [25(OH)D] response that is surprisingly flat up to 250 μg (10000 IU) vitamin D/d. To ensure that serum 25(OH)D concentrations exceed 100 nmol/L, a total vitamin D supply of 100 μg (4000 IU)/d is required. Except in those with conditions causing hypersensitivity, there is no evidence of adverse effects with serum 25(OH)D concentrations <140 nmol/L, which require a total vitamin D supply of 250 μg (10000 IU)/d to attain. Published cases of vitamin D toxicity with hypercalcemia, for which the 25(OH)D concentration and vitamin D dose are known, all involve intake of ≥1000 μg (40000 IU)/d. Because vitamin D is potentially toxic, intake of >25 μg (1000 IU)/d has been avoided even though the weight of evidence shows that the currently accepted, no observed adverse effect limit of 50 μg (2000 IU)/d is too low by at least 5-fold.

5 μg= 200IU

25 μg=1000 IU

250 μg=10,000IU