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The Truth Matters Health Conferences

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on February 23, 2011

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The Truth Matters Institute of Health Conferences

These conferences off you the opportunity to “Explore Nature’s True Paths to Health” .    Worldwide Speakers…….Over 60 exhbition stands on health…Workshops

Venues and dates
Brighton March 26th 2011
London 18th June 2011
Tickets available at

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Sodium Bicarbonate Basics

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on October 3, 2010

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Sodium Bicarbonate Basics

Sodium bicarbonate is coming much more to the fore in recent years as a healing agent – here’s an interesting summary of the basics.

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Cayenne pepper

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on December 23, 2008

This link will take you to some great testimonials for cayenne pepper

Also, Rose wrote:

Cayenne is also said to be good to stop internal bleeding and there are people who follow the Stanley Burroughs Master Cleanse or otherwise known as the Lemon Diet, which was originally formulated as a cure for stomach ulcers.  I have done it every year for at least ten days between Thanksgiving and Christmas.  The longest I was on it was for 17 days.  It was just amazing how much energy I had and how good I felt.  You are able to maintain weight and even gain weight on it based on the amount of Maple Syrup you add.
The entire book can be read at:
http://healthandlig Cleanse.pdf

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Libido issues

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on November 19, 2008

On the cancercured yahoo discussion group a number of suggestions were made for increasing libido:

Exercise, watermelon, DHEA, Tongkat ali herb, Horny goat weed herb, Tribulus terrestris and Yohimbe bark.  Additional herbs for low libido include Ashwagandha herb, Maca herb, Mucuna Pruriens herb, Muira puama herb, Saw Palmetto and Rhodiola rosea.

In regards to watermelon being a natural viagara. I think that you should tell people that not only does it contain citrulline, which the body converts to arginine, but also that the seed, contain cucurbocitrin, which also dialates blood vessels. Peope should always eat the seeds when they eat watermelon. They should of course be crunched as seeds are designed to go through the intestinal tract unscathed.

Marc Swanepoel writes:

I can vouch from personal experience that the Sutherlandia OPC improves libido and I have had a couple of feedbacks to that effect. Two people I know are using it specifically for that purpose. Whether it is the oleander or the Sutherlandia, I cannot say. Maybe those people who are using the home-made version can shed some more light on this question.

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iodine deficiency and cancer

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on June 16, 2008

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Dr. David Derry said, “Lugol’s solution is an iodine-in-water solution used
by the medical profession for 200 years. One drop (6.5 mg per drop) of
Lugol’s daily in water, orange juice or milk will gradually eliminate the first
phase of the cancer development namely fibrocystic disease of the breast so no
new cancers can start. It also will kill abnormal cells floating around in
the body at remote sites from the original cancer. Of course this approach
appears to work for prostate cancer as prostate cancer is similar to breast
cancer in many respects. Indeed, it likely will help with most cancers. Also
higher doses of iodine are required for inflammatory breast cancer. As well we
know that large doses of intravenous iodine are harmless which makes one wonder
what effect this would have on cancer growth.”
Because iodine deficiency results in increased iodine trapping
by the thyroid, iodine deficient individuals of all ages
are more susceptible to radiation-induced thyroid cancer.
Iodine plays a crucial role in the body’s elimination system by inducing
apoptosis, or what is called programmed cell death, and this is vital because
this process is essential to growth and development and for destroying cells
that represent a threat to the integrity of the organism, like cancer cells and
cells infected with viruses.
Women with goiters (a visible, non-cancerous enlargement of
the thyroid gland) owing to iodine deficiency have been found
to have a three times greater incidence of breast cancer.
A high intake of iodine is associated with a low incidence breast
cancer, and a low intake with a high incidence of breast cancer.
Dr. Donald Miller Jr.
Iodine is a very important primary nutrient in regards to people’s health
and healing. So essential is iodine for life that those who are deficient in it
suffer from a wide variety of afflictions (including cancer) that are
difficult to trace back to this trace mineral. Iodine used to be considered much
more importantly, so much so that up until 20 years ago, it had been routinely
added to bread as a supplement. “Just how likely is an iodine deficiency in
cancer? In an in-house study, 60 cancer patients (various types) were given
the iodine-loading test and then measured for urinary excretion. All 60
patients were found to be seriously deficient in body stores of iodine and some had
great excesses of bromine. The best case excreted only 50 percent of the load
and the worst excreted only 20 percent (that means they were retaining a
very high 80 percent). Folks, these are some serious numbers. One hundred
percent of these cancer sufferers were deficient in iodine! I assure you the
problem is population wide,” writes Dr. Robert Rowen.
60 million mainland Japanese consume a daily average
of 13.8 mg of elemental iodine, and they are one of the healthiest
nations based on overall well being and cancer statistics. [iv]

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New Evidence for vaccination-autism link?

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on June 15, 2008

Copied from Ingrid Naiman’s mailing (see

Infant Primates Given Vaccines On U.S. Children’s Immunization
Schedule Develop Behavioral Symptoms Of Autism

20 May 2008

A primate model for autism using the U.S. children’s immunization
schedule was unveiled at the International Meeting For Autism Research (IMFAR)
this weekend. The research underscores the critical need for studies into
vaccine safety and the immune and mitochondrial dysfunction of autistic
children. The National Autism Association (NAA) questions why the government
hasn’t undertaken these vital studies and why researchers have had to depend
on private money to perform this critical science that will surely
impact the health of millions of children worldwide.

While the authors and organizations associated with this study are withholding comment until p! ublication, University of Pittsburgh’s Dr. Laura Hewitson, Ph.D., described at the IMFAR meeting how vaccinated animals, when compared to unvaccinated animals, showed significant neurodevelopmental deficits and “significant associations between
specific aberrant social and non-social behaviors, isotope binding, and
vaccine exposure.”

Researchers also reported at the scientific meeting that “vaccinated animals exhibited progressively severe chronic active inflammation whereas unexposed animals did not” and found “many significant differences in the GI tissue gene expression profiles between vaccinated and unvaccinated animals.” Gastrointestinal issues are a common symptom of children with regressive autism.

NAA calls for the NIH to conduct large scale, non-epidemiological studies into the biomedical symptoms surrounding young children and all vaccines, including those containing the mercury-based preservative thimerosal and other additives like aluminum.

This request for further research echoes that of Dr. Bernadine Healy, Former NIH Director in a CBS interview earlier this week. “I think public health officials have been too quick to dismiss the hypothesis as ‘irrational,’ without sufficient studies of causation… without studying the population that got sick,” Healy said. “I have not seen major studies that focus on 300 kids who got autistic symptoms within a period of a few weeks of the

Recently the government’s vaccine court conceded the case of Hannah Poling, admitting that vaccines triggered her regression into autism by exacerbating mitochondrial dysfunction. “The recent Poling case and this new research provide further evidence that the CDC has fallen down on their job to protect children from harm. The biomedical research to date suggests that parental reports of regression following vaccination is not only plausible, but likely in certain individuals,” said Scott Bono, NAA Chairman.
“To date, the CDC has conducted no safety testing on the possible harmfu! l
effects of simultaneously administering multiple vaccines to infants, and has
steadfastly refused to state a preference for mercury-free vaccines to be given to children and pregnant women. It’s time for HHS and Congress to step in and take vaccine safety away from the CDC.”

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Want a long life?

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on June 2, 2008

Are There Any Technologies to Extend Life Span?

by: Junji Takano


I have mentioned about extending our life span in several of my articles. Also see article “Secret Way to Extend Your Life Span by Counting Your Breath. Believe It or Not”.

Recently, we found that life span may be related to the flexibility of the body’s cells. Flexibility of body’s cell does not mean flexibility of muscles like that of athletes. It is like vibration, a flexibility of something like that of a rubberized cell.

If you jump, and when your feet touch the ground, your body’s cell vibrates. That’s it. Once again, it’s not the vibration of the body, but the vibration or the flexibility of each cell.

Most large animals have a short life; it is because their flexibilities are not as great as we think. Some athletes look so flexible but their life span does not correspond to their flexible body.

Relax, breathe slowly and calmly, and try to reduce your stress levels. This way, the flexibility of your body’s cell will be greater and your life span will be extended.

We conducted a survey consisting of healthy old folks. Food, kind of water, exercise, work, sleeping hour, recreation, and environmental surroundings were detailed in the survey. However, we like to believe that these conditions have nothing to do with life span of human.

We visited Okinawa, Japan, a place where there’s a high concentration of people 100 years or older. Yes, we checked their daily lives. Although scientists claim that kelps (seaweeds) that Okinawans eat are the key for long life, it seems that this is not just the case. Some claim it’s the water in the area. Others believe that it is the Okinawan tofu (special tofu made from soya beans), but that also doesn’t seem to be the case. Is it because of their lifestyles? I myself believe that their lifestyle is the key for longevity.


A way to stop the aging process or to reverse the process is what many scientists are looking for. If you can eradicate the wrinkles on your skin and body, and even reduce your body fats, then you got the answer on extending your life. By reducing muscle mass, cholesterol, physical and mental fatigue (stress), then, for sure, you may live for over a hundred years.

From people who were over 100 years old in Okinawa, we were able to gather some clues for longevity, and we like to believe and share their stories with you.

At first, we agree that diet is an important factor for longevity. Take more seaweeds (kelp) and seafoods. Dry provisions such as dried fruits and vegetables, mushrooms, fish, are well recommended. Drink wine moderately, just one shot a day is good enough.

Secondly, avoid doing hard exercise and hard labor at all. Simple 10–20 minutes exercise daily is recommended. A hard worker may have difficulties in this scheme. Work of simple farming is recommended. In Okinawa, hard works in the farm are done by husband. That could be the reason most oldies are female in Okinawa? Hard work could be done by machines.

Thirdly, good marriage reduces stress and extends longevity. Happy daily life makes the body’s cell flexible, which is the key for long life without maladies.

Note: Okinawans who participated in this survey do not smoke at all, although there is no proven fact that cigarette smoking affects life span. Also, take note that they are not really vegetarian. They also eat moderate amounts of meat. Probably, they eat more fresh fish and dried fish, shell, and other sea products. You may also notice that all of them drink lots of kelp tea. Yogurt is included here, too.


In this troubled century, we have to admit that wealth contributes to longevity. Does it mean that poor people have to suffer in living with short life? That’s unfair. But we cannot live without means. To earn, we need hard work. Work involves stress. Stress is the enemy of longevity.

It is quite difficult to conclude the key for longevity; however, we tried to observe how centenarians live every day. Probably, we could imitate their ways of daily living.

The number one key is to have light relaxing hobbies such as taking care of garden flowers, walking nearby your house with your life partners, and talking with your neighbors. There are many recreation activities that can help you reduce your stress and increase the flexibility of the cells. That’s what we need for longevity.

Incidentally, when I was trying to collect data about centenarians, I heard that several of these people live in the northern part of the Philippines. Two of PYRO-ENERGEN staffs and my family took a vacation for sightseeing as well as meeting old people there.

As I have mentioned, relaxation is important to reduce stress and increase the flexibility of cells.

Centenarians in the northern part of the Philippines have something in common. All of them may have enough means to live; plenty of children of their own; neighbor’s children surrounding them; they enjoy sharing means to poor neighbor’s children; they enjoy talking neighbor’s gossips with big smile and laugh; they enjoy going around whenever there are means to take them for sightseeing.

Whatever the answers are, these centenarians are happy people compared to others. We believe centenarians knew how to reduce worries and to have a long life.

Well, how about you?

About the author:
Junji Takano is a Japanese health researcher involved in
investigating the cause of various diseases since 1960. In
1968, he invented Pyro-Energen, the first electrotherapy
device that eradicates viral disease, cancer, and diseases
of unknown cause effectively without side effects.
Free Newsletter: http://www.pyroener er.htm

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