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Immune System

Did you cut loose on Thanksgiving? How to keep your immune system strong through the holidays

By Sinclair:(NaturalNews) So you've eaten your fill and then some. Maybe you had about 7 too many glasses of wine or beers? Between the cranberry sauce, the sweet potato casserole, the eggnog, the pies, the cookies, the candy, the punch, and the alcohol, you've ingested more sugar in one day than you usually eat in a month. Did you know that eating refined sugar, even small amounts of any refined sugar (but especially conventional sugar), will cripple your immune system for 48-72 hours? In addition, bad bacteria, viruses, and Candida love sugar. It feeds them!

Maple sugar important for strong immune system, provides host of health benefits


It's no secret that added or unhealthy sugars can wreak havoc on the body. For example, the large quantities of sugar in sodas contribute to the obesity epidemic and throw blood sugar levels out of whack. Plus, the dangerous ingredients in artificial sweeteners are toxic to the body and can negatively impact mental and physical health.

How astragalus benefits people with cancer and low immunity


Astragalus grows wild in Korea, Mongolia, Japan, Taiwan and northern China. Known in Chinese as Huang Qi, it has been used medicinally for over 1,000 years. In his classical treatise, Shen Nung Pen Tsao Ching (circa 100 AD), Shen Nung, founder of Chinese herbal medicine, classified Huang Qi as a superior herb. And one of its best health benefits is its ability to boost immunity.

Health Basics: Enzymes catapult immunity


Would you consider spraying pesticide directly on the food you eat? If you were outside having a nice picnic and some ants or flies kept landing on your food, would you first spray it with bug killer, and then, later on, eat it? -- Of course not. So why are you still eating GMOs?

'Never has there been a safe vaccine,' Suzanne Humphries, MD, says in interview


Most Americans will not make a single medical-related decision in their entire lives without consulting an MD first. Western quack medicine has them completely fooled, and they may never wake up and realize it. People equate the fact that MD's went to medical school for 8 to 12 years with some kind of automatic assumption that they know what is good for your health and your immune system in general. Oops.

'Never has there been a safe vaccine,' Suzanne Humphries, MD, says in interview


Most Americans will not make a single medical-related decision in their entire lives without consulting an MD first. Western quack medicine has them completely fooled, and they may never wake up and realize it. People equate the fact that MD's went to medical school for 8 to 12 years with some kind of automatic assumption that they know what is good for your health and your immune system in general. Oops.

Boosting immune system with natural methods offers many health benefits


A strong immune system is essential when it comes to maintaining optimal health. When it's compromised, the body's ability to heal takes a hit. New complications can arise and existing ones can be magnified. In fact, when it comes to cancers, Prof. Martin Rocken, Director of the Department of Dermatology of the University Medical Center Tubingen, notes that "the immune system is able to drive tumors and tumor cells into a form of permanent dormancy."

Chemotherapy-free cancer treatment uses body's own immune system to attack diseased cells


A revolutionary breakthrough in cancer treatment that is being described as a "game-changer" would see the body's own immune system utilized to attack diseased cells, rather than rely on sickening chemotherapy, researchers announced lately

Scientists develop breakthrough treatment in children with peanut allergies


If the peanut allergy epidemic is man-made, can it be undone? What if the vaccine industry took peanut oil out of all vaccines, would the allergy statistics plummet? How is it that so many people want to justify a high chance of getting a serious food allergy, which has deadly risk factors in and of itself, with a possibly reduced risk of getting, say, the mumps or measles? Take a big guess at the average number of vaccines that U.S. children get before age seven.