Dale Hodgins wrote:a big selling point is that there is no lethal dose.
bob day wrote:Nice summary from a well respected natural healing source
It's difficult for someone who doesn't suffer from or recovered from a disease to say much here, so I offered the summary from the School of Natural Healing
David Livingston wrote:NMR one assumes you mean Nuclear Magnetic Resonance :-)
What I must admit amuses me about the idea that water has a memory is the assumption that it remembers what we want rather that what it may have been in the past ( and there are a whole host of things I would rather it did not remember :-) )
As for proteins having a memory I would rather put it that it has a limited potential number of shapes dependent on the medium and surrounding molecules . Not sure if I personally would call that a memory :-)
John Saltveit wrote: ...people have gone to mineral hot springs.
...using saunas for centuries to induce sweating.
...tonics, liver cleansers, herbs, mushrooms and vegetables
they have many times lower incidences of cancer, diabetes, Alzheimers, and obesity.
John Saltveit wrote:TJ,
I am going to strongly disagree with you on this one.
Every one of the doctors who I have heard from in the last 5 years has said that about 90% of the cancers, diabetes, and obesity are caused by lifestyle.
The old " it's all genes, don't worry" was pushed by the cancer industry to cover their incredibly expensive and ineffective treatments.
Eating real food isn't painful for everyone. I would eat it even if it wasn't proven to be healthier for you. I think it tastes better and is way better for the planet.