Pet Vaccine Data

Pet Vaccine Data

Carmel Lee Moody writes:

I’m SURE you are aware that the same quack-scenes are given to a fully grown 3 pound Teacup Chihuahua as to a fully grown 170 pound Great Dane.
I’m SURE you are aware that when titers are drawn, “immunity” from the most common canine and feline quack-scenes (recommended to be repeated annually) is almost always more than 7 years and most often lasts for life.
I’m SURE you are aware they now administer quack-scenes in tails or back legs for easier amputation options necessary from the resulting common tumors arising at the N-ject-shun site.
I’m SURE you are aware the average lifespan for nearly all dog breeds has diminished by 20-30% since 1960 and is directly proportionate to the ever increasing recommended quack-scene schedule.
I’m SURE you’re aware that more dogs perish annually from the Leptospirosis and Rattlesnake quack-scenes than from Lepto or Rattlesnakes.
I am SURE you’re aware that in 2004 my healthy 10 week old German Shepherd Dog puppy came home from his well-puppy quack-scene visit and within five hours he couldn’t stand and after racing him to the V-ette all his organs were failing and he was gone within 24 hours of his quack-scenes.
There was nothing the V-ette could do.
I just wanted to make SURE you were aware.

A Personal Eureka Moment On Sugars And Being Limber by Mark Changizi on Twitter

Over the last four or five years I have acquired pain in my knees, inner hip joint, ankles, and more generally am much slower to heal than I used to be. I could barely jog any longer, and many CrossFit movements — and real life movements — were becoming excruciating.

Independently I noticed I was having the standard signs of high blood sugar in spite of being on a low carb diet anyhow. I am in my 50s, and it makes sense that my insulin production ain’t what it used to be.

At first I didn’t connect the two, but after a few months of noticing the high sugar signs it occurred to me that perhaps they’re related.

I hypothesized that even mild chronic excess sugars can lead to less efficient capillary circulation.

And, I reasoned, the first parts of the body to experience trouble with poor circulation should be the least perfused parts.

That in fact was the case for me: all my pains were in my tendons. Not joints per se, not muscles, not nerves. All from tendons, which are inherently poorly perfused.

So, at Christmas I decided to do an experiment.

I drastically cut my carbs & fruits almost entirely (like, to one strawberry per day). And even my usual meals were split and eaten in two parts separated by several hours, the idea being that it’s not about the total sugars per day, but about keeping them at all times within what my pancreas can accommodate.

Within even two weeks the pain in my tendons was at 30% of what it had been.

Now, two months in, the pains are almost entirely gone. I am now the lithe and limber athlete I used to be. I had begun to feel old due to the pain, despite being very in shape. The “release” from what I initially took to be “getting older” has been exhilarating!

And it should only improve, because I suspect these injured tendons are still in the months-long process of healing.

I’m a scientist, not a medical doctor, so perhaps this is all now well appreciated in medicine. (Supposing my hypothesis is right at all!)

But I do not think it is well appreciated among us laymen the extent to which sugars and carbs over time deteriorate us. It first hits your low-perfused spots, but later everywhere. And that includes your heart, your organs, your genitalia and sex life, and of course your brain.

[An added advantage is that I lost ten pounds, and, for example, my six pack kinda sorta is beginning to show (although it’s at best a two pack).

I also found that changing one’s diet for athletic mobility was so much more motivating than for aesthetics.]

The top five cancer-fighting healthy fruits you should be eating

Cancer Fighitng Fruits

One of the interesting things about dealing with cancer naturally as opposed to conventionally is the fact that there are myriad ways to go about doing it. Physiologically speaking, one treatment might work better for one person, while another fares better for someone else − and the type of cancer involved also makes a huge difference. But the one element that nearly all natural treatments seem to have in common is diet, which is why it’s important to learn which foods exacerbate cancer and which foods help keep it at bay.

https://nexusnewsfeed.com/article/food-cooking/the-top-five-cancer-fighting-healthy-fruits-you-should-be-eating/

B vitamins slow Alzheimer’s brain atrophy seven-fold

Amid a devastating epidemic stealing minds and memories, a new study suggests an astonishing 7-fold reduction in Alzheimer’s brain atrophy from a shockingly simple treatment: high-dose B vitamins.

With over 6 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease and no FDA-approved treatments that effectively slow its progression, there is a desperate need for new therapeutic strategies. Despite billions invested in developing medications targeting Alzheimer’s brain plaques and tangles, drug trial after drug trial has ended in disappointment. But an unlikely natural treatment – high doses of three humble B vitamins – may succeed where these drugs have failed.

A groundbreaking new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (Douaud et al., 2013) suggests that high-dose B vitamin treatment could slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease by as much as 7-fold. The double-blind randomized controlled trial included 156 elderly patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI), an early Alzheimer’s risk state. Patients who took supplements of folic acid, vitamins B6 and B12 over two years had dramatically less brain atrophy detected via MRI scans compared to patients taking a placebo. Critically, the treatment was most effective in patients with elevated homocysteine levels. By lowering this amino acid, B vitamins reduced grey matter loss in brain regions vulnerable in Alzheimer’s.

The results provide a glimmer of hope amid the litany of failed Alzheimer’s clinical trials. Unlike risky experimental drugs designed to remove plaques or tangles, vitamin B supplements are safe, natural, and already indicated for high homocysteine levels. If these unprecedented findings are confirmed in ongoing trials, vitamin supplementation could offer the first major advancement in Alzheimer’s treatment in over 15 years. With cases expected to triple in coming decades, this affordable regimen could have tremendous potential to alleviate the staggering burden of this epidemic.

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https://nexusnewsfeed.com/article/health-healing/b-vitamins-slow-alzheimer-s-brain-atrophy-seven-fold/

B vitamins slow Alzheimer’s brain atrophy seven-fold

Alzheimers Brain Atrophy

Amid a devastating epidemic stealing minds and memories, a new study suggests an astonishing 7-fold reduction in Alzheimer’s brain atrophy from a shockingly simple treatment: high-dose B vitamins.

With over 6 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease and no FDA-approved treatments that effectively slow its progression, there is a desperate need for new therapeutic strategies.1 Despite billions invested in developing medications targeting Alzheimer’s brain plaques and tangles, drug trial after drug trial has ended in disappointment.2 But an unlikely natural treatment – high doses of three humble B vitamins – may succeed where these drugs have failed.

A groundbreaking new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (Douaud et al., 2013)3 suggests that high-dose B vitamin treatment could slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease by as much as 7-fold. The double-blind randomized controlled trial included 156 elderly patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI)4, an early Alzheimer’s risk state. Patients who took supplements of folic acidvitamins B6 and B12 over two years had dramatically less brain atrophy detected via MRI scans compared to patients taking a placebo. Critically, the treatment was most effective in patients with elevated homocysteine levels.5 By lowering this amino acid, B vitamins reduced grey matter loss in brain regions vulnerable in Alzheimer’s.6

The results provide a glimmer of hope amid the litany of failed Alzheimer’s clinical trials.7 Unlike risky experimental drugs designed to remove plaques or tangles, vitamin B supplements are safe, natural, and already indicated for high homocysteine levels. If these unprecedented findings are confirmed in ongoing trials, vitamin supplementation could offer the first major advancement in Alzheimer’s treatment in over 15 years.8 With cases expected to triple in coming decades, this affordable regimen could have tremendous potential to alleviate the staggering burden of this epidemic.9

© February 8th 2024 GreenMedInfo LLC. This work is reproduced and distributed with the permission of GreenMedInfo LLC. Want to learn more from GreenMedInfo? Sign up for the newsletter here www.greenmedinfo.com/greenmed/newsletter.

https://nexusnewsfeed.com/article/health-healing/b-vitamins-slow-alzheimer-s-brain-atrophy-seven-fold/