Sauna for all-round health & recreation

For the last 15 years or so I’ve been an avid sauna fan (some might say addict!) and go nearly every day. Here’s a few reasons why I think saunas are fantastic for all-round health & recreation. Read more ›

All About Collagen

Your body has many cells, parts, and systems and many of them are held together with collagen. The most abundant protein in your body is all about connection and strength. That’s because collagen’s adhesive qualities are only matched by its ability to provide structure and strength.

This impressive protein deserves a lot of discussion. From collagen and skin to its production process, what follows are all the facts you need to know about collagen. Thirty to be exact. (It’s so important, a list of 10 or even 25 just wouldn’t do.)

  1. You’re made of a lot of protein. And you already know collagen is the most common. But about 30 percent of your body’s proteins are one type of collagen or another. (Patience! You’ll read all about the different types in number 19.)
  2. Collagen isn’t just important for humans. Your animal friends rely on it just as much. That makes collagen the top dog of proteins in the animal kingdom.
  3. The roots of the word “collagen” go back to the Greek word kólla, which means glue. And now all that talk about connections and adhesive effects starts to make a little bit more sense.
  4. Saying collagen is found throughout your body is kind of an understatement. It’s a structural element of bones, muscles, tendon, and ligaments. Collagen and skin are always talked about together, because it’s a major component of your largest organ. But that’s just the start. Collagen is also found in:

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Gold for joint pain and autoimmune: Harvard

Gold compounds have been used for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and other autoimmune diseases for more than 75 years, but until now, how the metals work has been a mystery. Harvard Medical School researchers report in the Feb. 27 issue of Nature Chemical Biology that special forms of gold, platinum, and other classes of medicinal metals work by stripping bacteria and virus particles from the grasp of a key immune system protein.

“We were searching for a new drug to treat autoimmune diseases,” says Brian DeDecker, PhD, Read more ›

B17: The Biggest Cover Up In The History Of Cancer?

It has been becoming increasingly apparent in recent years that there are a number of alternative cancer treatment methods which have proven to either eradicate cancer cells on their own, or even assist with the more traditional methods of chemotherapy and radiation. Many of these alternative treatments do not get the recognition that they deserve from either mainstream media or mainstream medicine. In fact, in many states alternative cancer treatments have been banned or made illegal and, according to the law, one can even be forced to undergo chemotherapy against one’s will. Read more ›


What is MSM?
MSM (methylsulfonylmethane), also known as dimethyl sulfone (DMSO2) and methyl sulfone, is an organic sulfur-containing compound that is essential for optimal health. Without sufficient MSM sulfur, your body cannot maintain an appropriate level of homeostasis. Read more ›

All about activated charcoal

Activated charcoal is a fine, odourless, black powder often used in emergency rooms to treat overdoses. Its toxin-absorbing properties have a wide range of medicinal and cosmetic uses, though none are scientifically proven.

Superheating natural sources of carbon, such as wood, produces activated charcoal. The black powder stops toxins from being absorbed in the stomach by binding to them. The body is unable to absorb charcoal, and so the toxins that bind to the charcoal leave the body in the faeces. Read more ›

Retinol overview

Retinyl palmitate is a form of vitamin A and is proven to improve mottled pigmentation, fine lines, wrinkles, skin texture, skin tone and color, as well as your skins hydration levels. It has a molecular structure that’s tiny enough to get into the lower layers of skin where it finds collagen and elastin and activates them. Read more ›


A summary of the evidence to date

By Tina Kaczor, ND, FABNO


Iodine is an essential element in human physiology. Its role in thyroid function is well known and heavily weighted in the literature. Its putative role as an anticarcinogenic agent is just beginning to be widely appreciated. The molecular effects of iodine as well as ongoing epidemiological evidence points to its probable role in prevention of cancers through its antioxidant, antiinflammatory, prodifferentiating, and proapoptotic effects. This is particularly evident with stomach and breast cancers but may be relevant for many other cancers that have yet to be substantially studied. Read more ›

Finest Shilajit available in limited supply

You may remember seeing Dasa‘s amazing response from Miracle Pain Away/Pain Away gel last week on our Youtube channel. He has very kindly gifted the Foundation some finest Shilajit, or ‘Mountain Tar’ from the Himalaya. It contains a large amount of fulvic acid and is widely believed to be a pancea of the highest order in Ayurvedic medicine. Indeed there is a saying ‘If a disease cannot be cured, Shilajit will cure it’. It’s generally taken with milk, has a very acrid taste and gives a monstrous boost to energy! Last time I took some I felt like running up some flights of stairs. Just a tiny amount, the size of 2 grains of rice, is all that’s needed. I have 5 packs available @ £20/20g. Profits go to the Penzance Catnip Charity, providing grade-A catnip to local cats and cats of customers who request a free bag of it with their order.

Please message me via Facebook to order. Shipping will be £1/UK or £3.50/US

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Colloidal silver institute

Here you can find links to making and distributing colloidal silver plus other related articles.

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