Posts Tagged ‘lifestyle’

Diagnosing Cancer up to 10 Years before Symptoms/Traditional Results.

Sunday, December 3rd, 2017

Diagnosing Cancer Early. a goal of Emil K. Schandl,  M.S., Ph.D., M.D.(MA), FACB, (Fellow, National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry),  SC(ASCP), (Specialist in Clinical Chemistry, American Society of Clinical Pathologists), CC(NRCC), (Clinical Chemist, National Registry in Clinical Chemistry), LNC, (Licensed Nutritional Consultant, State of Florida), CLD, (Clinical Laboratory Director, FL, NY, CA, all 50 states.) Dept. of Health and Human Services, past member of Sigma Xi Scientific Society of America,  Board Member of the Florida Section of American Association for Clinical Chemistry. He has been awarded the M.D. degree by the Faculty of Medical Studies, Medical Alternative Institute at the Open International University for Complementary Medicine, established by WHO. Dr. Schandl is a past recipient of a research grant from the American Cancer Society and the National Research Council of Canada for researching early events in DNA replication in cancer cells. He is a 5th degree USA GoJu karate Black Belt, and a multiple State of Florida senior swimming and karate champion.

Dr. Schandl graduated with the B.A. degree in Analytical Biology at the University of California in Santa Barbara, CA.  He earned the M.S. degree in the field of biochemistry and enzymology at California Sate University in San Diego, CA.  Later, he received his Ph. D. in Molecular Genetics, at the Institute of Molecular Biophysics, housing Nobel Laureates, at Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.Currently he is the Laboratory Director for American Metabolic Laboratories, in Hollywood, FL and Metabolic Research, 501(c) (3) organization, and President of International Health Consultants.He is the designer of the Cancer Profile™© and Longevity Profile®©.

Dr. Schandl is a frequent speaker at the Cancer Control Society in California, where he received the Humanitarian Award, “Medical Pioneer in Alternative Laboratory Testing”, and also for the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.  He was inducted as an Ambassador to the Martial Arts, “Humanitarian Of The Year” by Action Martial Arts Magazine & Hall of Honor.  He is also a presenter for cancer groups nationwide.  His main passion is early cancer detection and metabolic therapy.  Dr. Schandl is internationally known, respected, and highly sought after for his expertise in cancer and its prevention, interpreting clinical laboratory results, metabolic disorders, clinical chemistry, biochemistry, and his metabolic nutritional knowledge. Dr. Schandl published numerous peer reviewed and other articles in the fields of cancer, multiple sclerosis, hyperactivity in children, fluoridation of water, enzymology, and DNA replication. He has been interviewed on numerous radio shows, television shows, in newspapers and magazines on a multitude of health topics. More information available at: https://www.americanmetaboliclaboratories.net/dr.-schandl.html

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Daniel, the Healer and Alex Kerten (Parkinson)

Sunday, December 18th, 2016

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DANIEL THE HEALER, Energy Body Therapist and Spiritual Counselor, Healer, has been in practice for over 36 years.  It all started when he got hypnotized to enhance learning and comprehension, and then passed the private pilot’s exam with a 97.  He was so impressed he immediately became a certified hypnotist.

With a strong desire to instill a healthier, happier, and more empowered life within others, he sought guidance from the world’s greatest leaders in healing and spirituality and studied them extensively.

Besides being a Certified Quantum-Touch Practitioner, he has also learned the MariEl Healing Method, Radionics, Hypnosis, Magnified Healing, DNA Theta Healing, Circles of Life, Psychic Surgery, and many more modalities.  He has studied with Lazaris (Lazaris.com), Dimensional Mastery with Starr Fuentes (starrfuentes.com/), Kam Yuen (Yuen Energetics,) Gary Douglas (Access,) the Russian medical intuitive Dr. Gregory Antyuhin and the famous healer/dowser Harold McCoy.

Understanding the deepest connection between our mind and body allows Daniel to help his clients with healing old pain, trauma and hurt and removing them from cellular memory; breaking psychic contracts; and finding peace, forgiveness and happiness in their lives.

He is well known for aligning the skeletal structure with just his gaze anywhere in the world over an internet video connection, and he heals persistent and otherwise unresponsive conditions.  He frees people form psychic spells, curses, burdens, armoring and weapons, and aligns their energy bodies for optimal functioning.

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Alex Kerten says his life has been framed by the shadows of two cataclysmic events: the Holocaust and the subsequent creation in 1948 of the State of Israel. His parents arrived in what was then called Palestine at the tail end of World War II, having survived the Holocaust taking place in Europe. They met in a refugee camp, one of many that had been set up for the streams of immigrants pouring in after the war, and it was there that he was born in 1945.

The camps were filled with fractured souls who had suffered the horrors of Nazi atrocities and been left plagued by trauma from the past. For many of the children of these survivors like him, that trauma was passed on and became part of their own psychological makeup. As a teenager, he discovered music as an outlet to lighten the heaviness that he felt as a child and the recurring dreams and nightmares he kept having about the Holocaust. I He threw himself  into his new passion and, by the age of 16, he was playing the guitar in a house band that appeared on the radio, performed with leading Israeli artists, and accompanied visiting artists to Israel like Harry Belafonte, Jacques Brel, Rita Pavone, and Marlene Dietrich.

At 18, like every Israeli teenager, Alex was inducted into the Israel Defense Forces where he was first exposed to — and attracted by — martial arts (MA). After completing his mandatory service, he decided to pursue the study of martial arts in Japan and, later, when he returned to Israel, he continued the regimen under Grand Master Gad Skornic. After years of study, in which he also gained valuable real-life experiences, he graduated with seven black belts — four in Kenpo Jitsu, one in Ninjitsu, and two in Hashita.

Over the following decades, while pursuing various business pursuits, he continued to focus on the connection between mind and body and began to study structuring and healing movements at the Dr. Aryeh Kalev center, where he worked and taught arts of healing movements for about 5 years. At the same time he studied psychophysical integration (or mind/body integration) at the Trager Institute, an approach developed by Dr. Milton Trager. Using that knowledge, and structuring movements in martial arts (Tai Jitsu) and effects of music on body-language, body forms, feelings, movement and rhythm he began to work with Parkinson’s patients and established the Gyro-Kinetics method (Gyro=balanced / Kinetics= body movements) which is a preventive rehabilitation program in P.D. The method combines movement, touch, and music to restore the physiological balanced state on physical, mental and emotional levels and aims to improve quality of life by preventing and reducing the multiple clinical disabilities. It has been successfully used in conditions such as: movement disorders, musculoskeletal, vascular, respiratory and digestive disorders.

He then worked for a couple of years  at the Reuth Hospital in Tel Aviv, where with Dr. Marietta Anka he built a pilot study which lasted for three months and consisted of weekly sessions of Gyro-Kinetics (G.K) on 11 P.D patients. Results : All patients finished very satisfied and G.K had a significant immediate post session but also a long standing improving effect on motor parameters.

At the year 2004 he and Dr. Anka participated at the 8th. International Congress of P.D and Movement disorders , which took place in Rome Italy. Conclusion was: G.K seems to be effective on general motor and mood dysfunction in P.D. It can also improve the respiratory and gastrointestinal disturbances and the patients awareness of his disease. Later Alex taught at the Maccabi Health Institute, part of Maccabi health care services in Israel.

He mentioned an incidenthe had about 30 years ago during a Martial arts training. He was choked by one of the instructors. He wouldn’t let go of his grip and Alex’s hand paralyzed, He attempted to get him to stop by looking at him in the eyes. Instead, he interpreted the stare as a challenge and continued the choke hold.

All of the old Holocaust nightmares of torture and humiliation suffered by my family at the hands of Nazis rushed back to Alex — and he fainted.That traumatic incident haunted him and developed into a chronic dreams and nightmares that affected his life for many years. He looked for help by going to various specialists in the medical field, but nobody provided a remedy. So he decided that he was going to have to help himself. He began to investigate the physiology of behavior — brain waves and the way the autonomic nervous system (ANS) in our body affects a person’s anatomy, where we live our traumas over and over again by entering into an anxiety-filled state of being. Alex began to realize that he was constantly repeating those horror stories his father had passed down to him  about the Holocaust, and they were having a debilitating effect on his very being.

Building on his accumulated knowledge of martial arts and behavior patterns of the body and mind, he began to communicate with his body, instead of listening to the stories from the past being constantly generated by his mind;and managed to rid himself of his chronic nightmares and anxiety through mind/body interaction!

With time, Alex began to specialize in behavior patterns, body forms, arts of movement body language, the power of music upon our neural networks and the effects they have upon our body systems. It was then that he decided that he could share what he had learned with others who suffered from chronic disorders.

Clients came to him with behavior problems and unclear chronic diseases for which MDs had no answers. Alex built a methodic program in physical  behavior patterns in which the clients learned about body language, mind language and body mind interraction while acquiring techniques to deal with their chronic problems. Alex became skilled in various forms of physical therapy for pain, movement, posture, respiratory, and attention disorders. His specialty is working with Parkinson’s disease (PD) patients, who, in actuality, suffer from a combination of the above neuropathological disorders.

Based on his knowledge in these fields, he developed the Gyro-Kinetic method, which is founded on the concept of movement, music, and rhythm — creating motion in the body, which stimulates simultaneous physiological, biological, and psychological reactions. Instead of listening to their minds, I Alex teaches clients how to listen to their bodies and communicate between the two. Our minds are constantly dredging up stories and scripts from our past that dictate how we should behave, and we’ve stopped listening to our bodies. This simple but incredibly powerful concept is the key to my method and it has consistently proved its potential upon the symptoms we call “Parkinson’s” and other neurological conditions. He believes that what he teaches  in the fields of the physiology of behavior, martial arts, and the art of movement has a valuable lesson for everyone — especially for people diagnosed with early-stage Parkinson’s.

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Does your Place of Residence influence your Immune System?

Friday, October 7th, 2016

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In a recent issue of Trends in Immunology researchers concluded where and with whom we live account for 60 to 80 per cent of the differences between individual immune systems, while genetics account for the rest. Like fingerprints, immune systems vary from person to person and despite our unique set of genes that help us respond to infections our diet, quality of air, food, stress levels, sleep patterns and lifestyle choices have a stronger effect on our immune system. The researchers said “Just like it took a while to crack the genetic code, we’re finally starting to crack the immune code, and we’re shifting away from the simplistic idea that there is only one type of immune system. diversity isn’t just programmed into our genes–it emerges from how our genes respond to their environment.”

They say that long-term infections are responsible for most of the differences between individual immune systems and use the example of herpes or shingles. In these processes the virus has more opportunity to interact with the immune system and these interactions slowly change the cellular makeup of the immune system and make it more sensitive to that specific virus but also easier for other infections to move past its defenses. People who do not have these infections don’t experience cellular changes, and even with the occasional cold or fever, their immune system stays relatively stable over time.

The exception is an elderly person when our immune system reacts differently to threats. This is related partially to the thymus organ that gradually stops producing T cells, which are made to fight infections. Without these cells, older people are more likely to get sick and less likely to respond to vaccines. In addition, to the lack of T cells there seems to be other changes in the way the immune system reacts. For example, the researchers say “A lot of diseases we associate with aging have an inflammatory component, which suggests there is likely immune involvement.”  The further say differences can be overcome and studies of people living together show that air-quality, fod, stress level, sleep patterns, and lifestyle choices had a strrong combined effect on immune responses and couples who cohabitate had more similar immune systems compared with the general public.  Researchers now plan to study how changing the envorinbment could purposefully shape our immune system and potentially effect our health.

Can Men with a High Genetic Chance of Bowel Cancer lower their Risk with a Healthy Lifestyle?

Wednesday, October 5th, 2016

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Recent research published in the journal Genetics in Medicine concluded that men with a high genetic risk of developing bowel cancer over the next 25 years could have a lower of developing the disease if they have a healthy lifestyle. They continue that men of 50 who have a high risk of developing bowel cancer have a 29 per cent risk of developing the disease within 25 years and by living healthy the risk could drop as low as 13 per cent.

In the study genetic and lifestyle risk factors were combined to help find men at the highest risk of developing bowel cancer.  Mathematical models of 37 different factors that could put people at risk of cancer were used to calculate how likely it was for a man to be diagnosed with bowel cancer over the following 25 years. Factors included inherited genetic faults increasing the risk of bowel cancer, and lifestyle factors affecting that risk such as consumption of alcohol, red meat, and fruit and vegetables, body mass index, smoking habits, physical activity, aspirin use, and inflammatory bowel disease. Based upon their findings they estimated 610 cases of bowel cancer could be prevented over the following 25 years if 10,000 men in the highest risk category had the healthiest lifestyle.  For men in the lowest risk group, 70 cases of bowel cancer could be prevented.

Researchers concluded “Bowel cancer is one of the biggest cancer killers and the number of cases is going up in the Western world. We have made big strides in our understanding of the genetic and lifestyle factors  that can contribute to the development of bowel cancer, and that gives us an opportunity to begin assessing people for their future risk. If we can identify people who are at a strongly increased risk, through genetic and lifestyle factors, we can begin to give them targeted health messages, aimed at helping them make choices that could prevent the disease.”

Can A Healthy Lifestyle Reduce Risk for High Risk Breast Cancer Patients.

Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

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A new study published in May, 2016 in JAMA Oncology  concluded that women with a high risk of developing breast cancer based upon family history and genetic risk can reduce the chances of developing the disease by following a healthy lifestyle. Researchers developed a model predicting the risk of breast cancer by analyzing records of more than 17,000 women with breast cancer and nearly 20,000 women without the disease and another 6,000 women from another study group. Individual-level data on risk such as age, weight, smoking status, and  factors on almost 100 common gene variations, each of which are known to have a modest association with breast cancer but in combination they can lead to substantial elevated risk. The common gene variations in the study were quite different from the well known rare mutations in genes such as BRCA1 and BRCA2 where having a single variant can mean a very high risk of developing cancer.

They found that roughly 30 percent of breast cancer cases could be prevented by modifying known risk factors such as drinking less alcohol, losing weight and not taking hormone replacement therapy. They also found that a large fraction of the total preventable cases would occur among women at higher levels because of genetic risk factors, family history and a few other factors that cannot be modified. They found that white women who are at high risk but who had a low body index mass index, who did not drink or smoke, and who did not use hormone replacement therapy, had about the same risk as an average white woman in the United States and that the average chance that a 30 year old white woman will develop breast cancer before age 80 is about 11 percent. Researchers said “People think that their genetic risk for developing cancer is set in stone,. While you can’t change your genes, this study tells us even people who are at high genetic risk can change their health outlook by making better lifestyle choices such as eating right, exercises, and quitting smoking.”

This study is a first step in understanding how advances in the field of genetics can be used to develop preventive strategies to help women improve their odds of avoiding breast cancer.

 

 

 

 

 

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Can a Tomato Rich Diet Reduce Prostate Cancer Risk?

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

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A new study published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention concluded that men who eat over 10 portions of tomatoes a week have an 18 per cent lower risk of developing prostate cancer. To evaluate lifestyle and dietary habits and prostate cancer researchers assessed 1,806 men between age 50 and 69 with prostate cancer anc compared them with 12,005 men who were cancer free. This was the first study to evaluate a dietary index that consisted of dietary components that have been linked to prostate cancer—calcium, selenium and foods rich in lycopene. They found that men who had optimal intake of these dietary components had a lower risk of prostate cancer. Most effective were tomatoes and  its products such as tomato juice and baked beans with an 18 percent risk reduction in men who ate over 10 servings a week. Lycopene, an antioxidant that fights off toxins that can cause DNA and cell damage, is thought to be the the likely component in tomatoes but further research is needed to validate these findings.

Researchers studied physical activity, diet and body weight for cancer prevention but only the high intake of fruits, vegetables and dietary fiber were found to be assocviated with a reduced risk of prostate cancer.

 

Avoid or Reduce Wrinkles Using the Following Holistic Approach.

Sunday, April 28th, 2013

Do you want to prevent and treat wrinkles naturally without surgery?  The following article will give you some hints on how to do this.  Enjoy.  It is from the latest issue of A distinctive Style Magazine.

http://www.adistinctivestyle.com/i/120202/58

Interviews with Dr Kedar Prasad (antioxidants and cancer) and Dr Charles Majors (chiropractor and cancer survivor)

Sunday, March 31st, 2013

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Guest on the Holistic Health Show yesterday were Dr Kedar Prasad (left) and Dr Charles Majors.  Dr Prasad is author of Fighting Cancer with Antioxidants and over 200 papers in peer reviewed journals. He is the director of the Center for Vitamins and Cancer Research at the U of Colorado Health Sciences Center. More information was published previously on this site and can be found at: Http://www.mypmcinside.com

Dr Charles Majors has devoted over 15 years studying health and healing to prevent and reverse diseases through natural methods and is the co-author of 2 books. More information was presented earlier on this site and can be found at: http://www.beacancerkiller.com

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Interviews with Dr Mark Moyad, Dr Thomas O’Bryan, Dr Carl O Helvie now Available for Listening.

Sunday, October 28th, 2012

Interviews with Dr Mark Moyad,  Dr Thomas O’Bryan,and  Dr Carl O Helvie  follow. Dr Moyad occupies an endowed position -at the University of Michigan, is internationally known for his work in cancer and immunology, has published 9 books and over 10 articles and traveled around the world lecturing to health care professionals and others. More of his extensive biography was presented earlier on this site.

Dr Thomas O’Bryan is an international recognized speaker and workshop leader specializing in gluten sensitivity and celiac disease.  More of his biography was presented earlier on this site.

Dr Carl O Helvie, a registered nurse with a doctorate in public health and 60 years experience, is author of 8 books, over 100 articles and international presentations, and host of the Holistic Health Show.

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Natural Solutions to Diabetes Interviews Now Online

Sunday, September 4th, 2011

Yesterday, Dr Carl O Helvie, Host, Holistic Health Show interviewed Dr Michael Murray and Dr Michael T. Smith for the opening of the Series on Diabetes.

Dr Michael Murray is author of over 30 books including How to Prevent and Treat Diabetes with Natural Medicine. and has appeared on hundreds of radio and T.V., shows. He is chairman of Dr Murray Natural living and is one of the world’s leading authorities on natural medicine. more information was presented earlier on this site or can be found at: http://www.doctormurray.com

Dr Michael T. Smith is a naturopathic physician who specializes in classical homeopathy and nutrition and is part of the North Carolina Association of Naturopathic Physicians. He practices at the Carolina’s Natural Health Center in Matthews, North Carolina. More information was presented earlier on this site or can be found at: http://www.carolinasnaturalhealth.com

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