Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Beat migraines without a single drug!

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12 January 2012

UK Edition

Dear Reader,

You walk into your doctor's office with the hopes of finally getting some relief from the migraine headaches that have been plaguing you for years.

After asking a few questions, the doctor sits you down and says, "I have two options for you. One works just as well as the other."

"I should tell you that one has some side effects. You might end up feeling depressed, or in rare cases could even show suicidal behaviour. You might also have chest pain, hallucinations, blood clots, high blood sugar, or kidney stones. There are a few more. I'll give you a pamphlet on your way out."

"Wow," you say, "if the second one works just as well as the first one, it must have some serious side effects, too. What are they?"

"Well..." answers your doctor, "...there aren't any!"

So, who in their right mind is going to choose the first one? The drug topiramate comes with a long list of scary side effects, but a new study out of Sweden shows that a side-effect-free therapy for migraines does just as well. And best of all you can start it today.

Regular aerobic exercise. Just 40 minutes on a stationary bike three times per week was just as effective as the drug. Some women even had their migraine attacks reduced by up to 75 per cent!

The results shocked even the researchers — they'd expected exercise to have some benefit, sure, but they hadn't expected it to do just as well as a big name drug.

And of course, exercise is both good for you AND side effect free. On the other hand, 33 per cent of the women taking topiramate reported side effects. For three women, they were bad enough that they dropped out of the study. The most common side effects included numbness, fatigue, feeling depressed, vertigo, and constipation.

Big Pharma would like to have you believe that the best — or the ONLY — treatments for our health concerns, diseases, and conditions come from a lab. But that's simply not the case. And we're proving it, study by study.

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Q: I know you say that exposure to the sun is the best way to get vitamin D, but I have to be honest: The thought of going outside without sunblock makes me nervous. Can you assuage my fears?

Dr Jonathan V. Wright: We've all been exposed to so much propaganda from sunblock manufacturers and "mainstream" dermatologists that it's no wonder so many people still get uneasy about sunbathing.

But there are two things to keep in mind before letting sun phobia get the better of you. First, researchers have charted the incidence of skin cancer from the 1920s to the present. The graph shows that skin cancer occurrence has steadily increased with every decade. Similarly, use of sun block was relatively low in the 1920s, but has steadily increased with every decade. In fact, the two lines on the graph rise in parallel!

While this doesn't show that sun block causes skin cancer, it does show that increased use of sunblock has not decreased the occurrence of skin cancer. A likely cause of this increased rate of skin cancer was illustrated by an animal experiment conducted at Baylor College of Medicine. The researchers regularly exposed two groups of rabbits to ultraviolet light. One group was given a "balanced diet" but no vitamins, while the other group was given the same diet with added vitamins C, D, and E.

After 24 weeks, none of the animals in the diet plus vitamins group had developed skin cancer, while 24 per cent of the animals in the diet-alone group had developed the disease. (Folate and vitamin A should be added to this list, since both are quite inadequate in many diets, both are broken down easily, and both are known to help prevent skin and other cancers.)

So my tentative conclusion is that a healthy diet — preferably made up of organic and free-range foods — along with the correct supplements, would do more to protect against skin cancer than all the sunscreens presently in use.

And the other thing to keep in mind is that, as serious as they can be, most skin cancers are completely curable! Dr Bill Cham has found that safe, topically applied natural substances called solasodine glycosides can actually cure squamous and basal cell carcinomas should they occur — usually within 14 weeks.
Bear in mind we are not addressing anyone's personal situation and you should rely on this for informational purposes only. Please consult with your own physician before acting on any recommendations contained herein.

Wishing you the best of health,

Andrew Miller
UK Editor
Nutrition and Healing

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