Cell Phones

Cell Phones

 


1. Avoid carrying your cell phone on your body (e.g. in a pocket or bra).

2. Avoid holding any wireless device against your body when in use.

3. Use your cell phone on speaker setting or with an “air tube” headset.

4. Avoid using your wireless device in cars, trains or elevators.

5. Avoid cordless phones, especially where you sleep.

6. Whenever possible, connect to the Internet with wired cables.

7. When using Wi-Fi, connect only to download, then disconnect.

8. Avoid prolonged or direct exposure to Wi-Fi routers.

9. Unplug your home Wi-Fi router when not in use (that is, at bedtime).


10. Sleep as far away from wireless utility meters (“smart” meters) as possible.

 

read more below

https://www.rfsafe.com/using-cell-phone-30-mins-day-10-years-causes-brain-cancer-says-expert/?fbclid=IwAR1Afo_doBYexnXnbuoTlZiAyEDucKMiEklrZuvswF7Sf-iMI3j1Le3YgoU 

Pesticides and The Real Polio Story

Pesticides and Polio

“Virus Causation
A clear, direct, one-to-one relationship between pesticides and polio over a period of 30 years, with pesticides
preceding polio incidence in the context of the CNS-related physiology just described, leaves little room for
complicated virus arguments, even as a cofactor, unless there exists a rigorous proof for virus causation.

Polio
shows no movement independent from pesticide movement, as one would expect if it were caused by a virus. Both
the medical and popular imaginations are haunted by the image of a virus that invades (or infects) and begins
replicating to the point of producing disease.

In the laboratory, however, poliovirus does not easily behave in such a predatory manner. Laboratory attempts to
demonstrate causation are performed under conditions which are extremely artificial and aberrant.
Poliovirus causation was first established in the mainstream mind by publications of an experiment by Landsteiner
and Popper in Germany, 1908-1909.

13 Their method was to inject a pulverized purée of diseased brain tissue into
the brains of two monkeys.

One monkey died and the other was sickened. Proof of poliovirus causation was
headlined by orthodoxy. This, however, was an assumption–not a proof–of virus causation. The weakness of this
method is obvious to everyone except certain viropathologists and has recently been criticized by the molecular
biologist Peter Duesberg regarding a modern-day attempt to establish virus causation for kuru, another CNS
disease.

14 Since 1908, the basic test has been repeated successfully many times using monkeys, dogs and
genetically altered mice. The injected material has even been improved–scientists now use a saline solution
containing purified poliovirus. However, a crucial weakness exists–polio epidemics do not occur via injections of
poliovirus isolate into the brains of the victims through a hole drilled in their skull–except, of course, in laboratories
and hospitals.
If injection into the brain is really a valid test for causation then it should serve especially well as a proof for pesticide
causation. I propose that pesticides be injected directly into the brains of test animals. If paralysis and nerve
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degeneration subsequently occur, we then would have proved that pesticides cause polio.”

 

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http://www.somosbacteriasyvirus.com/polioyddt.pdf

Hair Loss From CKD Chronic Kidney (Dis-Ease)

Hair Loss From CKD Chronic Kidney (Dis-Ease)

Hair Loss, Nails and Chronic Kidney Disease

When you look your best, you will likely feel your best. But sometimes conditions such as chronic kidney disease can get in the way of that feeling. Changes to your body, such as hair loss or nail discoloration, may happen when you have CKD and are on dialysis

Others can notice theses change, too, which can affect some people’s self esteem when their outward appearance is affected. But there are steps people with CKD can take to help keep their hair and nails healthy.

Hair and CKD

Like a person’s skin, hair can become visibly abnormal when you develop (Dis-Ease) as I No this  personally, after the experience with RCC, losing a much needed kidney and my hair , over a decade ago, due to “metabolic acidosis, heavy metals and implanted devices.

 I will coach and Re-educate You what Not to do and how to achieve a Ph state of staying alkaline LIfestyle so (Dis-Ease) can’t thrive . Some people experience hair breakage or find that their hair falls out, or sometimes both. For some patients, hair problems can occur before starting dialysis or after being on dialysis. In contrast, for people who don’t have CKD and lose their hair, it’s usually due to aging, stress or heredity and I will help YOU  get to the root issues, holistically.

Nails and CKD

Both fingernails and toenails can be affected by kidney disease. Nail changes patients may experience include abnormal:

  • Color
  • Shape
  • Texture
  • Thickness

Nitrogen waste products build up in people with CKD, which can lead to damaged fingernails and toenails. These  can be abnormal changes in your nails such as:

  • Yellow or opaque coloring
  • Brittle nails
  • Pitted nails (can easily break off or fall off)
  • Linear depressions across the fingernail (called Beau’s lines)
  • Ridge-shaped nails
  • Raised ridges, thin and concave shaped (called koilonychia)
  • White streaks, spots on the nails (called leukonychia)

Why hair and nails change for people with CKD

Hair and nail abnormalities usually stem from one of three things: malnutrition, vitamin deficiencies stress, Acidosis  and the side effects of  MEDICATIONS .

Hair and nails are made up of protein. For some people with kidney disease, food can taste different. If food doesn’t taste good or familiar, it can cause loss of appetite. This means your dietary sources, such as meat, poultry, fish and eggs, may not be adequate for your kidney diet A proper kidney diet contains a good amount of protein and other nutrients that are necessary to help keep hair and nails healthy.

People with CKD are at high risk for deficiencies in Zinc, calcium iron and B vitamins. To treat and prevent these deficiencies, dialysis patients are prescribed a renal vitamin that contains high levels of B vitamins. Blood levels of calcium and iron are checked monthly and supplements are prescribed if levels are low.

Also, it’s important to know if medicine you’re taking is causing your body to stay in Acidosis state

What to do when your hair and nails change

If you’re a patient on dialysis, you will notice changes in your hair and nails any abnormal hormone levels, such as thyroid hormone.

For the most part, hair loss is temporary for dialysis patients and will begin to grow back after a couple of months. In the meantime, here are some tips to help deal with temporary hair loss:

  • Avoid blow-dry and curling  (which can be harsh for your hair)
  • Don’t use tight rubber bands
  • Consult with your hair expert on ways to mask thinning hair
  • Eat the right amount of plant Based protein
  • Stay Ph Alkaline
  • Avoid all Acidic foods
  • Drink distilled water add your own trace minerals
  • Get grounded outside in sun daily for optimal Vitamin D
  • Work on Inner healing (Reikie)

My Inner wellness compounds and holistic services are  formulated to assist the patient to achieve a state of homeostasis by balancing the PH and the mind through health energy and wellness . Book Your private One on One Coaching session today!

 

Hair

Hair…is a scientific part of our bodies. And hair loss is caused by STRESS, a breakdown of the amino chains, and increases in DHT. It is extremely disfiguring to one’s self-esteem. The normal amount of shedding hairs a day should be 50. With hair loss clients, it can be as much as 100 to 150 follicles a day.

When the body’s cells are not being renewed, new follicles will not emerge, thus causing hair loss… We will discuss treatments internally and externally to reverse this issue unless the client has suffered this for more than 10 years.

Is your hair trying to tell you something about your health? Maybe. Some conditions and medications affect your body as well as your hair. In other cases, you may just need to take better care of your hair or scalp.

Why is this so important to me? I have and had hair loss and have worn-every extension method in the world and I am here today to help all of you with hair loss!
If we can’t grow it, we will attach it, and in the most NON-invasive way to preserve the integrity of the hair, your health, and the planet.

After vast research and my own personal trial and error, I discovered hair loss is 80% due to stress and 20% genetic. Which if we knew years ago what we know now, we could repair the DNA at the cellular level and decrease DHT.

So not only am I the master hair extension extraordinaire because I’ve worn them all and will always. But my walk is the talk and it works. I have the living proof on my head and my nutrition/natural pharmaceutics and infrared therapy is key to hair regrowth.

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Thinning Hair

People lose hair for various reasons. Illness and medication (like chemotherapy to treat cancer) can cause hair loss. Hair loss can also be inherited from a parent. Often, hair thins because it is fine-textured — or because too many harsh chemicals have been used on it — so it breaks easily.

These are hair care tips to help protect hair, prevent further hair loss, and add volume to your existing hair.

  1. Try Coloring for Hair Loss

If you inherited a tendency for hair loss, you likely have very healthy hair overall. Therefore, your hair can benefit from permanent or semi-permanent color to give body and volume to hair.

Medications can weaken hair, causing it to break or fall out. Semi-permanent color is good in this case, too, because it does not contain ammonia or peroxide. The ENJOY product line has neither. It will not damage hair, but will give it body and volume.

If your hair is fine-textured, semi-permanent or permanent color is fine, as long as it is professionally applied. Colored hair can easily get over-processed, which damages it, causing further hair loss.

  1. Shampoo and Condition Your Hair When Dirty

To protect hair, the best practice is to shampoo only when hair is dirty. Because fine hair gets dirty faster, people with fine-textured hair need to shampoo more frequently — even though fine hair breaks more easily.

For that reason, fine-textured hair benefits from a good shampoo and volume-building conditioner.

I am the master of thinning hair. I have been dealing with it myself for 12 years. I know first hand where and how to and apply, and I can offer many alternatives to lace frontal and wigs. Most of my medical clients have thinning hair from stress, lack of DHEA, and damaged cells with the use of select methods along with my own personal hair issues and extensive wellness background. There are options to achieve results without the use of chemicals.

although there are good medicated products that seem to result in hair density, once the product is stopped hair loss resumes. We need to treat this with natural pharmaceutics, pH balanced products, and healthy lifestyle changes. The key to most disease in the body is lack of proper nutrition to feed the scalp and internally cleanse.

As you can see in most of my video testimonials, many of my clients have thinning hair and I have the most experience with this issue in a private, one on one, kickback, no frill studio.

Please go to the “Get Help” page to fill out our form and see if we can help you!

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Natural Hair Restoration

Hair analysis can be used to check if people are blood relatives. Forensic hair analysis can be done to help identify a criminal by evaluating hair structure and DNA. Hair samples are tested with specific chemicals and looked at under a microscope. Hair analysis can also be used to check for poisoning caused by metals such as lead or mercury. But hair analysis alone usually is not used for this type of testing.

Hair is a protein that grows out of hair follicles in the skin. Normally, a hair grows in the hair follicle for many months, stops growing, and falls out. A new hair then grows in the follicle. It takes weeks for a hair sample to show changes in the body, because hair grows slowly. Hair samples do not show recent changes in the body, such as drug use within the past few days.

Why have a hair analysis

Hair analysis is used to provide DNA evidence for criminal and paternity cases. For DNA testing, the root of one hair is needed to analyze DNA and to establish a person’s genetic makeup.

Hair analysis is less commonly used to test for heavy metals in the body, such as lead, mercury, and arsenic.

Once these test are done, I can offer natural a way to wear hair while we feed the scalp and the body. As a hair loss sufferer myself and over twenty years in the business, I know that nutrition, meditation and living a healthy lifestyle is key for internal cell renewal and healthy hair, skin, and nails.

Hair restoration includes surgical and nonsurgical techniques. Surgical hair restoration includes hair transplantation and other techniques including those not recommended by the American Hair Loss Association. Hair transplantation is the most recommended technique in surgical hair restoration.

The AHLA fully endorses surgical hair restoration for those candidates who can benefit from the procedure. It is important to note, however, that there are only a handful of qualified surgeons and surgical staffs performing hair restoration surgery in the U.S. and worldwide. It pays to learn which questions to ask during consultations as well as what to look for and what to avoid when choosing a hair restoration surgeon.

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