Biochemical Individuality and Nutrition

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William J. Walsh Each of us has innate biochemical factors which influence personality, behavior, mental health, immune function, allergic tendencies, etc. Scientists tell us that the number of different genetic combinations possible in a child from the same two parents exceeds 42 million. It’s interesting to note that we do not possess a combination of […]

Mental Health Nutrition (Flyer)

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The Weston A. Price Foundation Many people believe that diet has little to do with mental or emotional health. Yet hundreds of research studies prove that nutrient deficiencies and imbalances adversely affect the way we think and feel. After all, the brain and the nervous system are integral parts of our physical bodies and need […]

Food and Mood: How Do Diet and Nutrition Affect Mental Wellbeing?

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Joseph Firth et al. … In recent years, the relationships bet­ween nutrition and mental health have gained considerable interest. Indeed, epidemiological research has observed that adherence to healthy or Mediterranean dietary patterns—high consumption of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and legumes; moderate consumption of poultry, eggs, and dairy products; and only occasional consumption of red meat—is associated […]

Plastic is Everywhere – Including in Your Brain

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Joseph Mercola Discarded plastics make up 18.5% of land lls and 90% of all trash entering the world’s oceans. Estimates suggest that by 2050, our oceans will contain more plastic than sh by weight. In some ocean waters, plastic already exceeded plankton by a factor of 6-to-1 in 2006. Recent animal research found plastic particles […]

SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein Accumulation in the Skull-Meninges-Brain Axis: Potential Implications for Long-Term Neurological Complications in Post-COVID-19

Zhouyi Rong et al. In this study, we utilized mouse models and human post-mortem tissues to investigate the presence and distribution of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein in the skull-meninges-brain axis. Our results revealed the accumulation of the spike protein in the skull marrow, brain meninges, and brain parenchyma. The injection of the spike protein alone […]

Spike Protein Accumulates in the Brain and Causes Infarcts, Bleeds, Inflammation – Pfizer & Moderna COVID-19 mRNA Vaccines Cause Severe Neurological Injuries

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William Makis A new paper from Germany posted on April 5, 2023 proves that the spike protein accumulates in the brain and causes death of brain cells. Spike protein accumulates in the brain and causes infarcts, bleeds, inflammation – Pfizer & Moderna COVID-19 mRNA vaccines cause severe neurological injuries Key findings: “Our results revealed the […]

Summary Safety Review – Gadolinium based contrast agents – Assessing the risk of gadolinium build-up in the brain and potential brain and nervous system (neurological) side effects

Health Canada In 2016, Health Canada reviewed the risk of gadolinium build-up in the brain and the unknown potential neurological side effects because some published studies showed that gadolinium may stay in the brain when GBCAs are given repeatedly. Health Canada’s review concluded that the risk of gadolinium build-up in the brain is higher with […]

Gadolinium Retention and Breast MRI Screening: More Harm Than Good?

Francesco Sardanelli et al. The purpose of this article is to describe the risk-benefit balance of contrast-enhanced breast MRI (CE-BMRI) screening. CE-BMRI confers risk of effects associated with administration of gadolinium-based contrast agents (GBCAs), including nephrogenic systemic fibrosis and gadolinium retention. The risk-benefit balance of CE-BMRI screening is favorable for carriers of BRCA, TP53, or […]