Beware of the Soy “health food” Hype

In recent years, it has become widely accepted that Soy, prepared in any way, is a health food. It is thought that Soy is an alternative to animal-based foods. Proponents of this ideology often cite the “fact” that Asian cultures, notorious for their excellent health, consume a diet rich in Soy.

In fact, nothing could be further from the truth, these beliefs about the Asian use of Soy are simply lies propagated by the very same people who fill their pockets with the money of the misguided individuals who want to improve their health.

Scientific research has linked Soy to a variety of health problems including: cancer, brain damage, hormonal imbalances, thyroid problems, kidney stones, sexual dysfunction and behavior problems. The following article from Dr. Mercola covers most of the information available regarding the dangers of Soy. Continue reading Beware of the Soy “health food” Hype

Dr. Lorraine Day – Diseases Don’t Just Happen!

In this 2h long video Dr. Day reveals the true causes for our diseases and gives the astonishing answers on how to get well living a healthy lifestlye and eating natural food thus improving our immune system. In addition, she exposes the disastrous side effects of the drugs used to treat these disorders. Discover the cause of your disease and find out how to get well. Dr. Lorraine Day herself developed severe advanced cancer and almost died – which became her supreme motivating factor for finding out how to get well. She recovered by natural methods, without chemotherapy, radiation or mutilating surgery. In the process of her research, she discovered that there are known causes for virtually every disease, even though this is never taught to doctors in medical school.

Video: Watch Dr. Lorraine Day’s 2hr Discussion on the lifestyle causes of common diseases

Some of the diseases discussed in video:

High blood pressure, diabetes and heart disease Cancer: all types including leukemia and AIDS Arthritis, lupus and sciatica Allergies, asthma and bronchitis Multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s Stomach ulcers and diseases of the colon Special problems of women including menopause and osteoporosis Flu, colds, headaches, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia and many other diseases.