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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Early Predictor for Glaucoma Identified

Jan. 2, 2013 — A new study finds that certain changes in blood vessels in the eye’s retina can be an early warning that a person is at increased risk for glaucoma, an eye disease that slowly robs people of their peripheral vision. Using diagnostic photos and other data from the Australian Blue Mountains Eye Study, the researchers showed that patients who had abnormally narrow retinal arteries when the study began were also those who were most likely to have glaucoma at its 10-year end point. If confirmed by future research, this finding could give ophthalmologists a new way to identify and treat those who are most vulnerable to vision loss from glaucoma. —The study was recently published online by Ophthalmology, the journal of the American Academy of Ophthalmology.—Open-angle glaucoma (OAG), the most common form of the disease, affects nearly three million people in the U.S and 60 million worldwide. Vision loss occurs when glaucoma damages the optic nerve, the part of the eye that transmits images from the retina to the brain. Unfortunately, because glaucoma does not have symptoms, many people don’t know they have the disease until a good portion of their sight has been lost. Early detection is critical to treating glaucoma in time to preserve vision.—The findings of the new study, led by Paul Mitchell, M.D., PhD, of the Centre for Vision Research, University of Sydney, supports the concept that abnormal narrowing of retinal blood vessels is an important factor in the earliest stages of OAG. Tracking nearly 2,500 participants, the study found that the OAG risk at the 10-year mark was about four times higher in patients whose retinal arteries had been narrowest when the study began, compared with those who had had the widest arteries.—None of the participants had a diagnosis of OAG at the study’s outset. Compared with the study group as a whole, the patients who were diagnosed with OAG by the 10-year mark were older, had had higher blood pressure or higher intraocular pressure at the study’s baseline, and were more likely to be female. Elevated intraocular pressure, or pressure within the eye, is often found in patients with OAG. Study results were adjusted for age, family history of glaucoma, smoking, diabetes, hypertension, and other relevant factors.—“Our results suggest that a computer-based imaging tool designed to detect narrowing of the retinal artery caliber, or diameter, could effectively identify those who are most at risk for open-angle glaucoma,” said Dr. Mitchell. “Such a tool would also need to account for blood pressure and other factors that can contribute to blood vessel changes. Early detection would allow ophthalmologists to treat patients before optic nerve damage occurs and would give us the best chance of protecting their vision.”–A symptomless eye disease like glaucoma highlights the importance of regular eye exams. The American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends that everyone have a complete eye exam by an ophthalmologist at age 40 and stick to the follow-up exam schedule advised by their doctor.—This January during Glaucoma Awareness Month, the Academy encourages people to learn more about the disease known as “the sneak thief of sight.” People who have a family history of glaucoma, or who are African-American or Hispanic, may be at higher risk. —Story Source-The above story is reprinted from materials provided by American Academy of Ophthalmology, via Newswise.

Remedy for Prevention and Maintaining Occular Integrity-—–daily use of rosemary teas mixed with green tea is one way to offset this condition  from occurring—by utilizing 1 tsp of rosemary ( dry) and 1 ½ tsp of green tea—bring to a boil and simmer and utilizing this tea will assist in sustaining the blood vessels from accumulating any fatty deposit or metals that could get caught up in the eyes vessels

Making a combination of Blue or Black Berries ( 1 cup) and add 1 cup of red wine—and a sprig ( again 1 tsp of rosemary ) bring to a boil and allow to cook for 1o minutes will allow the berries herb and wine to fuse making a extremely potent antioxidant with nitric oxide properties as well as blood vessel permeability —the antioxidant profiles of the berries wine and rosemary will strengthen the eyes—and allow for better blood flow—and oxygen uptake

You can as well make teas from nettle-marigold- and goji berry in combo or separate—and you can fuse these in wine as well

Radioprotective Potential of Plants and Herbs against the Effects of Ionizing Radiatio

Radioprotective Potential of Plants and Herbs against the Effects of Ionizing Radiation

C Jagetia G.–Department of Radiobiology, Kasturba Medical College, Manipal-576 104, India.–Ionizing radiations produce deleterious effects in the living organisms and the rapid technological advancement has increased human exposure to ionizing radiations enormously. There is a need to protect humans against such effects of ionizing radiation. Attempts to protect against the deleterious effects of ionizing radiations by pharmacological intervention were made as early as 1949 and efforts are continued to search radioprotectors, which may be of great help for human application. This review mainly dwells on the radioprotective potential of plant and herbal extracts. The results obtained from in vitro and in vivo studies indicate that several botanicals such as Gingko biloba, Centella asiatica ( gota kola ) , Hippophae rhamnoides ( Sea Buckthorn), Ocimum sanctum ( Holy Basil ) , Panax ginseng ( American or Canadian Ginseng ), Podophyllum hexandrum ( Himalayan May Apple ), Amaranthus paniculatus ( Foxtail ), Emblica officinalis ( Indian goose berry or AMLA ), Phyllanthus amarus, Piper longum ( Long Pepper ), Tinospora cordifoila ( Guduchii ), Mentha arvensis ( Wild Mint ), Mentha piperita ( Pepper Mint ), Syzygium cumini (Jambolan plum ), Zingiber officinale  ( Ginger ), Ageratum conyzoides ( Billy Goat  Weed ), Aegle marmelos (Indian Bael Fruit ) and Aphanamixis polystachya (amoora ) protect against radiation-induced lethality, lipid peroxidation and DNA damage. The fractionation-guided evaluation may help to develop new radioprotectors of desired activities.

Health Axis News Round Up 29 December 2012

Health Axis

This weeks health news has come thick and fast even over the festive period.

Tony Pantalleresco (The Remedy) is now finding time to post on the blog and kept putting on his radio show on ‘The Micro Effect’ network and Tony has posted show notes to the show that aired live on the 24th of December (Christmas Eve). his dedication knows no bounds!

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Show Post for December 24-Tobacco Benefits

NOOTROPIC Recipe

Recipe to make this work-–You must get Tobacco that has not been sprayed or treated with 4000 chemicals–take 4 parts alcohol 1 part tobacco —add to a blender and blend for  10 minutes then strain—Your next  herb will be a sage extract( do it the same way as tobacco but use sage ) and you will need a instant or ground coffee extract( again as the sage or tobacco)once  you have extracted the 3 then combine them all 1:1:1 ratio blend again for another 10 minutes then strain—pour a portion in a pot( say 2-3 oz) and then simmer it down to almost the bottom of the pot ( about 1/8 of an inch from the bottom)  then stop and allow to cool—then when cooled put in amber bottle and top with either a cap or a dropper—use 1-2 drops several times a day —do not use before bed it may keep you awake due to brain activation

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Health Axis – Enjoy Christmas

So the end of another week is here and a special week for most as Christmas is fast approaching. Alcohol and Crap food will pass the lips of many, family stress will endure most and New Years resolutions will be made!  A fun time of year indeed. What are the most health consious people to do this time of year? Vegans and Vegetarians stress about avoiding inevitable animal ingredients, body builders worry about getting enough protein down their necks and worry about adding  0.2oz of fat to their waistlines and Paleo diet followers will be stamping on bread crumb stuffing all over the world. Damn Gluten. Purists will tell you that this time of year is not for making excuses allowing yourself to gorge and drink yourself silly and this is the perfect time to show resolve and to fight back temptation and prove yourself as an honorable Health Warrior.

My opinion?

Relax. Chil, Chillax, Chill out, calm down, or what ever word your generation or social circles use to mean not to worry and don’t stress. Smile, be happy. Make time to do what makes you happy at some point over the holidays. Sure we all have to entertain some people we don’t particularly enjoy being around, sure we travel to see people we would rather not have to leave our beds for, and of course there is allot of pressure for some people to do things such they don’t want, such as eat crap (although some of us enjoy this part), drink alcohol, stay up late and all that, BUT, Life is as simple as you make it and all you have to do is let yourself be happy and enjoy this festive time.

Vegan? Vgetarian? Teetotal? then you have planned ahead and know what you do and don’t want to eat, what brands of gravy (if you are buying it rather than making it) contain animals bits so you just avoid. Going to someones place for  Christmas dinner that eats meat? offer to relieve them of stress and take your own, its not a problem. Tempted by drink at Christmas but don’t want to join in with people around consuming more alcohol than they should? just don’t drink!! how easy is that? if you are a bodybuilder, a day or two of not worrying about what you eat will be good for you, stressing about it will cause more cortisol and more fat gain and more muscle breakdown!  Been following a Paleo Diet and worry about the effects of Christmas? DON’T!  Christmas dinner is perfect. A nice free range, organic Turkey, Non gluten pigs in blankets and stuffing, all the veg, potatoes (live a little) Butter, and a non Gluten Xmas Pud with lots of  double cream from grass fed cows!! or, forget the pudding and have a bowl of cream!  Want to have a little tipple but not sure what your paleo ancestors would agree with? Aapparently the Norcal Margarita is acceptable. You can get the recipe from www.robbwolf.com

What ever you do, be happy, laugh, relax and enjoy the moment. There are studies that show the state of a person’s mind can affect the use of macro nutrient calories and fat gain from the foods that person is eating. Meaning that if you stress about eating the doughnut you are more likely to store fat that burn fat… So don’t worry if you over eat. Smile and ENJOY!

 

This is not me saying go drink yourself into coma or eat until you are sick, just know what you are doing, understand the consequences and enjoy the decisions you make. Have a Great Christmas.

 

Tony Pantallerescio Radio Show of the Month November 23 2012

  • Food Drying—alternative to the alternative to canned or bulky foods
  • The Language of Gratitude
  • Organic Agriculture for Biodiversity and Pest Control
  • Student expelled for refusing spychip
  • EXPERTS DENOUNCE HIGH-SOY DIET OF ILLINOIS PRISONERS*****************************************************************************Food Drying—alternative to the alternative to canned or bulky foods-*****************************************************************************Organic Agriculture for Biodiversity and Pest Control        
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Tony Pantalleresco Radio Show Of the Month November 16 2012

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Show Topics Fast-Acting Carbs May Hasten Vision Loss Over Time Grape Seed Extract Bollixes Norovirus New Form of Brain Plasticity- How Social Isolation Disrupts Myelin Production Limiting Carbs to Dinner-Time Increases Satiety, Reduces Risk for Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease Age-Related … Continue reading