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Live Better Longer by Giving Blood. And Help Your Community Too. Apr 21, 2020

With all the distressing news about the corona epidemic, people are asking what they can do to help. My best answer is to give blood.  

Blood donation is literally a way to give life blood to our communities. As the Surgeon General put it, “You can still go out and give blood....

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Cancer and Cartilage: 31 Cases Apr 15, 2020

In the book Nourishing Broth: An Old-Fashioned Remedy for the Modern World, I discuss the life’s work of Dr. John F. Prudden (1920-1998), who researched bovine tracheal cartilage extensively and found it had a powerful and consistently positive effect on wound healing, arthritis,...

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Does your food need a bath? Apr 09, 2020

Does your food need a bath?  

The CDC says coronavirus survives poorly on food, but Timothy Newsome, an associate professor at the University of Sydney and a specialist in infectious disease and viruses, insists that ‘every surface is a hazard’ and that includes fruit and...

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The Gift of Blood Mar 28, 2020

With all the distressing news about the corona epidemic, people are asking what they can do to help. My best answer is to give blood. 

Blood donation is literally a way to give life blood to our communities. Despite orders for us to stay mostly at home, the U.S. Surgeon General has urged us...

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A Big Dose of Codswallop Jul 13, 2018

Sally Fallon Morell, president of the Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF), sent a letter this week to members of her non-profit organization assuring them once again that Green Pasture Fermented Cod Liver Oil (FCLO) is safe. For anyone with doubts, she recommends listening to a ...

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Nothing Woo Woo about this Doctor May 16, 2018

Is there a connection between cancer and autoimmune disorders?

Do bone broth, collagen, cartilage and other supplements that target connective tissue help? 

Dr. John F. Prudden’s research certainly suggests so, and there was nothing woo woo about him. He worked with the best and...

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Can you regenerate your cartilage? Mar 08, 2018

Most people believe it’s inevitable for cartilage to go downhill with aging, and that regeneration is improbable if not impossible. Cartilage, after all, doesn’t have its own blood supply to bathe damaged tissue and provide factors promoting regeneration.

Yet I’ve heard from...

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A Kick Ass Flu Remedy Feb 22, 2018

There’s a major  flu epidemic out there. Even people who don’t ordinarily get sick have found themselves seriously ill this winter with incapacitating headaches, fevers, nausea, stomach pain, diarrhea and/or vomiting. It’s been so bad that people who say they would never...

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Are Gizzards an Offal Idea? Feb 05, 2018

“Ewwwww!” I can feel the push back already! But gizzards are considered a delicious treat in many cultures. The price is right, they are nice and chewy, and are the perfect paleo-compliant snack.

I grew up on a small fruit and poultry farm in the Hudson Valley so gizzards, liver,...

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Painful Sex? Pelvic Pain? It’s Not All in Your Head Jan 14, 2018

Painful sex. It’s a symptom — along with burning, stinging, itching and swelling — of an agonizing condition known as vulvodynia. That’s the medical term for persistent pain at the vaginal entry, upper thighs, and buttocks, and some women are so badly afflicted that they...

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