Gout is an ancient affliction of mankind with documented cases dating back at least five centuries.
Despite its persistence throughout history, there are many misconceptions about this painful condition, so much so that people prone to gout may tend to reject a nutrient dense, traditional diet which includes full-fat grassfed dairy and other rich foods thinking that this way of eating is surely a recipe for attack.
I watched most of the Republican debate last night as I know many of you did too (in case you’re wondering, I am an Independent). I was primarily interested to hear what Carly Fiorina had to say, as I have been a fan of hers for a very long time – as far back as the 1990s when I was an IT project manager in the brokerage industry and she was President of Lucent Technologies and then CEO of Hewlett-Packard, the first woman ever to lead a Fortune 20 company.
Carly emerged as the clear winner, in my opinion, which has been confirmed by many of the news pundits and early post-debate polls. That’s exciting, and I hope it translates into a nice bump for Carly, as I feel she is an immensely qualified candidate.
What struck me the most about the debate last night was not the individual performances so much as what was said about the very volatile topic of vaccination where a candid answer has the very real potential of destroying a candidate’s campaign overnight.
If you’ve ever visited an osteopathic doctor (DO), chiropractor, biological dentist or other type of practitioner within the alternative health community, you may have experienced the holistic protocol known as kinesiology.
Kinesiology or biomechanics at its most basic level is the study of body movement. When used as a method of diagnosis and treatment, however, the appropriate term is applied kinesiology (AK) or muscle testing. Applied kinesiology was developed in 1964 by George Goodheart, Jr., a Michigan chiropractor. Not all alternative health practitioners are trained in applied kinesiology, as they must first be certified in their respective fields before they can study applied kinesiology in a postgraduate setting for use in their practice.
Kinesiology as used within an alternative medical setting is based on the premise that muscles are affected by problems within a particular organ or body system and that muscle weakness can be symptomatic of problems elsewhere in the body such as nerve damage, reduced blood supply, chemical imbalances, and/or nutritional deficiency among others.
My first experience with kinesiology was over twenty years ago when I was suffering panic attacks from my crazy, “burn the candle at both ends” corporate lifestyle at the time.
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It is well known scientific fact that any individual vaccinated with live virus vaccines such as polio, MMR (measles, mumps and rubella), rotavirus, chicken pox, shingles and influenza can shed the virus for many weeks or months afterwards with the very real potential to infect the vaccinated and unvaccinated alike.
One of the most shocking cases of vaccine induced viral shedding involved a father from Staten Island who became paralyzed with polio from changing his recently vaccinated baby’s diaper. He was awarded $22.5 million dollars, but it took 30 years in court to finally prove his case.
Now, an even more disturbing case of vaccine viral shedding was reported in the journal PLOS Pathogens in August 2015 that involved a dangerous, mutant form of the virus that was full strength and capable of triggering an epidemic. The discovery was made by a team from the National Institute for Biological Standards and Control in Potters Bar, Hertfordshire in the UK.