Do statin drugs lower testosterone and cause cataracts?

Healthy by Nature radio show THIS WEEK

Newsletter early this week because of the holiday. HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

In the second half of the program, Dr. Earl Mindell, the renowned pharmacist and author, discusses his book, The Happiness Effect. Who couldn’t use more of that? (And it isn’t about a pill. Better yet, it is about a good health-related holiday gift.) The negative ion generator that I use = Ionbox. To enter the drawing for a prize package of three different ionbox products do this: before midnight 12/8/19, either (1) subscribe to the newsletter or (2) send an email with your mailing address to [email protected] and put “contest” in the subject line. (Note, we never share your email address.)

I am actually the first guest. In a switcheroo, Jack Brown from Lily the Desert interviews me a second time regarding the 4th edition of my Aloe vera book. (That book is now available at that link for just a $5 shipping and handling fee. LINK). This links to the show when he first interviewed me on the internal use of Aloe vera.

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The commercials won’t mention things like this

Our good friend Bill Sardi brings us important health news that the media misses. Well, gee… I think too often they don’t “miss” natural health news and drug negatives…they just fear annoying the drug companies who spend so many billions on advertising.

In a very interesting recent blog, Mr. Sardi brings us up to date on the controversy surrounding the controversial statin drugs for lowering cholesterol. He (and virtually all the integrative physicians that I know) think the whole emphasis on cholesterol is itself, at best, confused. These are quotes from that report which I thought were especially interesting:

Since most doctors are trained (directly and indirectly) and then incentivized by drug companies, we are at great risk if we robotically fill prescriptions without asking a lot of questions and researching other options.    


Quote of the week


“If you don’t know where you are going any road can take you there”
― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland             

“If you don’t know where you are going, you might wind up someplace else.” 
― Yogi Berra


LAST WEEK Follow-up

LISTEN to that show in the archives.
Do you use a cell phone, cordless phone, computer (or tablet), Wi-Fi, blue tooth, smart TV, appliances that communicate, a baby monitor or drive a new electronics filled car? Does your neighborhood have “smart meters” that were installed by the water, gas or electric utilities? Is your region promoting the new 5G cell service? I covered more in this blog. Medical researcher, practitioner and author, Elizabeth Plourde, CLS, NCMP, PhD explained how the electromagnetic smog created by such devices and the networks that support them damage our health. The effects are additive and cumulative! Symptoms don’t always show up immediately, but can include anxiety, asthma, autism, cancer, immune problems, cataracts, depression, headaches, heart irregularities, infertility, insomnia, loss of libido, obesity, rashes and tinnitus.

We also learned what we can do to protect ourselves. Dr. Plourde is the author of EMF Freedom: Solutions for the 21st Century Pollution – 3rd Edition. For a video on how the protection technology works and was tested and information about the protective harmonizing dots, CLICK HERE.




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