February 17th, 2012
By: Maureen Salamon
Remote controls may not be for just appliances anymore. In a new small study, women with severe osteoporosis were implanted with a microchip that releases bone-building drugs at the push of a button, a delivery method that could someday become common for various health conditions.
Roughly 1.5-by-2.5 inches in size, the microchip significantly improved patient compliance with a drug regimen that normally requires painful daily self-injections, study authors said. The clinical trial, conducted on seven osteoporosis patients in Denmark, was the first to test a wirelessly controlled microchip in this capacity.
“It frees patients from the burden of managing their disease on a daily basis,” said Robert Farra, co-author of the study and president and chief operating officer of MicroCHIPS Inc., the Waltham, Mass., company that funded and supervised the trial. “I think there will be a class of drugs [for other conditions] that will be very suitable to use the chip for . . we were very pleased with the results.”
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Eating good quality food every single day makes a huge difference in how you feel, your energy, your sleep, your skin, and your digestion. So, a lot of people come up to me and ask, “Kevin, what should I eat? What do YOU eat?”
The simplest answer is number one; always avoid high fructose corn syrup. Always avoid monosodium glutamate (MSG), which also goes by the name, hydrolyzed vegetable protein. So, if you are reading the ingredients and it has that in it, do not eat it. Stay away from artificial sweeteners, like Splenda and aspartame, also known as NutraSweet.
Another thing is I would strongly encourage you to do is stay away from conventional meat and conventional dairy products. I absolutely love beef and dairy. I encourage you to eat all the beef you want, but if you’re eating beef, if you’re eating lamb, if you’re eating chicken or turkey; you want to get beyond 100% organic. What you want is 100% grass-fed beef from GrasslandBeef.com. That is where I purchase my beef, lamb, turkey, poultry, and other food. These animals are never injected with bovine growth hormone, never injected with antibiotics, and they walk around and roam free and they eat real wild grass like an animal should.
When you’re buying beef and poultry at the store or restaurant; the animal is given injections of bovine growth hormone, injections of antibiotics, and they’re fed a chemical-produced, genetically modified grain mixture of genetically modified corn and other grains. They are fed massive amounts of chemicals, massive amounts of drugs, and their feed has ground up dead pigs, chickens, horses, and cows that were too diseased to be eaten by humans.
Now, cattle; they’re vegetarians. They’re not supposed to be eating ground up dead pigs, horses, chickens, and other cattle. They’re also not supposed to be eating corn. They’re supposed to be eating grass. So, if you just change the meats that you buy at home and you make your own sandwiches instead of going out to eat, I guarantee a couple of things are going to happen.
Number one, you’re going to lose weight because the CLA content in GrasslandBeef.com’s beef is much higher and it’s heart-healthy. It burns fat. It gives you more energy. There is no bovine growth hormone, so you’re automatically going to lose weight. You’re not giving yourself antibiotic therapy, so your health is going to improve dramatically. Such a small change in your diet can go a long way!
So, I strongly encourage you to go to GrasslandBeef.com. They also have raw cheese and butter from grass-fed cows. I just love their products!
GrasslandBeef.com, that’s where I go and I would recommend you go, as well!
Yours in health…
March 10th, 2011
The Huffington Post
By: Dean Praetorius
The hCG “Diet” has been stirring quite a bit of controversy after Dr. Oz took a closer examination of the already controversial weight-loss program.
While the wildly popular doctor said the treatment requires “further examination,” many doctors don’t approve. However, some dieters disagree.
The program, which has dieters consume less than 500 calories per day, is supplemented by “daily shots of a hormone produced by pregnant women called human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG).”
But the question of whether it works or not has raised a lot of questions about the “diet.” While hCG proponents claim to lose up to 30 pounds in a single month, those results aren’t unexpected on such a restricted diet.
One variation of the hCG diet, involving homeopathic supplements, has reportedly been dismissed as illegal and fraudulent by the FDA. Elizabeth Miller, who leads the agency’s Internet and health fraud team, tells USA Today that even if not dangerous, the products are, at minimum, “economic fraud.”
From Dr. Oz’s Website:
What about the hCG injections — doesn’t that make the diet more effective? No. Promoters of the hCG diet claim that when people are injected with hCG hormone they don’t feel hungry even though they’re not eating. The idea of using hCG injections to curb appetite was introduced over 50 years ago and has been carefully studied in over a dozen well-done trials. Every single well-done trial showed that the hCG injections were no better than injecting a salt-water placebo. In other words, people injected with hCG lost the same amount of weight as people injected with a salt-water placebo.
According to Dr. Oz, the shots don’t even make the restricted diet any safer.
March 10th, 2011
By: Maia Szalavitz
Quick quiz: does pregnancy cause weight loss or gain? It seems like a dumb question but it’s a test that the promoters of the “hCG diet” seem to have failed.
Short for human chorionic gonadotrophin, hCG is the hormone secreted by the embryo that makes a pregnancy test positive. Since the 1950s, certain doctors have promoted hCG injections as the key to hunger-free weight loss — and now, the diet is taking off on the Web. This, despite 14 clinical trials showing that hCG has no effect on weight.
The hCG diet restricts caloric intake to 500 calories a day. That alone pretty much guarantees weight loss for anyone who can manage to stick with it. But people who take a placebo instead of hCG while restricting calories do just as well as those who take the hormone — and taking the hormone doesn’t increase the likelihood that people will stay on the diet.
Some doctors will actually give injections of hCG, but many people take hCG pills, which are sold online — illegally, according to the FDA — for use in this diet. There’s even less evidence for the effectiveness of pills than the injections, however, and it’s impossible to know whether the pills actually even contain hCG.
There’s also data to show that such starvation-level diets — with or without hormones — can cause dramatic rebounds in weight in the long run, making maintaining healthy weight much more difficult.
So why does this demonstrably ineffective and potentially harmful diet aid stay popular? In brief, it’s the power of placebos and anecdotes.
For one thing, research on placebos has shown that the effect of getting an injection is more powerful than taking a pill, in terms of getting a result based on patients’ positive expectations. So the hCG injections themselves power the placebo effect, producing compelling anecdotes of successful weight loss. In reality, of course, what causes the dropped pounds is the caloric restriction — but the people who tout the diet emphasize the shots.
And all of us — doctors included — are fundamentally susceptible to seduction by dramatic success stories. Our brains are biased to believe real people providing emotional accounts of change over the dull, dry statistics found in scientific papers. What better evidence could there be than a dramatic before-and-after story, our minds tell us.
But it’s worth remembering that anecdotes cannot be used to distinguish between effective and ineffective treatments: that misconception is what allowed bloodletting and other harmful practices to persist in medicine for centuries. Requiring a higher standard of proof to demonstrate causality is what has made modern medicine a success. Going beyond anecdote is the only way to know for sure whether something helps or harms.
So if you want to find a diet or other medical treatment that works, it’s better to stick with the data and avoid hCG. Unless you want to believe that a growing infant in the womb secretes hormones altruistically to avoid growing and to make its mom skinnier. Consider this: even the nausea of early pregnancy generally ends in weight gain, not loss.
March 10th, 2011
By: Peiter Cohen
Which of the below statements is true about the hCG diet?
- You can lose 30 pounds in one month.
- Many dieters swear by it.
- Doctors say it doesn’t work.
- The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) calls hCG supplements illegal and fraudulent.
What’s remarkable is that all these statements are true. Let’s take a close look at the hCG diet to separate fact from fiction.
What is the hCG diet?
The hCG diet combines extreme calorie restriction with daily shots of a hormone produced by pregnant women called human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG).
How much can you eat on the hCG diet?
Very little. The hCG diet requires that you eat only 500 calories a day. You would hit your daily limit with one turkey sandwich with Swiss cheese and mayo.
Can you lose a lot of weight on the hCG diet?
Yes. If you don’t eat, you’ll lose weight. Skipping meals and extreme restriction of food has been used by dieters for decades to try to lose weight. If you stick to a diet of only 500 calories a day, it’s possible to lose 5 or more pounds a week.
If you lose weight fast, then why don’t doctors recommend it?
You don’t keep the weight off. Decades of research have demonstrated that if you diet by eating only 500 calories a day, you regain a lot of weight after the diet ends. It turns out that these crash diets lead to no more weight loss after one year than if you modestly reduce calories and increase exercise.
It’s also unsafe. Common sense tells us that starving is not very good for our bodies. In fact, scientists have proven this as well. If you only eat 500 calories a day, there are serious health risks. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has already investigated over a dozen deaths linked to these very low calorie diets as far back as the 1970s. Click here to review their findings. Of course, most people won’t die from the hCG diet, but many will develop other health problems like hair loss, constipation and gallstones – a painful condition that often requires surgery.
What about the hCG injections – doesn’t that make the diet more effective?
No. Promoters of the hCG diet claim that when people are injected with hCG hormone they don’t feel hungry even though they’re not eating. The idea of using hCG injections to curb appetite was introduced over 50 years ago and has been carefully studied in over a dozen well-done trials. Every single well-done trial showed that the hCG injections were no better than injecting a salt-water placebo. In other words, people injected with hCG lost the same amount of weight as people injected with a salt-water placebo.
If hCG injections don’t make you lose more weight, do they make the diet safer?
Unfortunately, the injections don’t make starving yourself any safer and, in fact, might make it more dangerous. Since the use of hCG has been shown to be no better than salt-water injections for weight loss, it is not used by mainstream physicians for weight loss. Therefore the safety of injecting a pregnancy hormone into women (and men!) when they are eating so few calories has never been studied. Although hCG injections could have long-term health effects, the truth is we just don’t know.
People on the hCG diet say they don’t feel hungry. If it doesn’t work, how can that be?
It turns out that when it comes to hunger, humans are very suggestible. Probably earlier this week you weren’t at all hungry until someone starting talking about a favorite food or you lost your appetite at the sight of unappealing food. When we want to believe that a shot, whether it’s of saltwater or hormones, will make our hunger go away, our hunger sometimes does go away.
Does it really matter if it’s the medicine or the power of suggestion? If the shot helps with dieting, isn’t it worth a try?
The extreme calorie restriction is known to cause serious health problems and the safety of hCG injections in this setting is completely unknown.
March 10th, 2011
By: Sylvia Perez and Christine Tressel
There’s been a lot of hype behind the HCG diet. It’s said to be the secret weapon for many Hollywood stars. The diet has been around since the 1950s and every couple of years it seems to make a comeback.
The diet’s popularity is on the rise again with renewed chatter on the Internet and TV shows, but critics warn it’s a fraud and could be risky.
Still, users can’t ignore the success stories.
Nina Chantele is a popular radio personality on Chicago’s WGCI and KISS FM. Grace LaJoy Little is a business executive. David DeCarlo is a hair stylist undergoing chiropractic care for a sports injury. What do they have in common? All have been doing a version of the HCG diet.
“Twenty eight pounds in 30 days,” said Chantele.
“I’ve lost a total of 20 pounds,” said DeCarlo.
“I’ve lost about eight pounds,” Little.
HCG or human chorionic gonadotropin is a pregnancy hormone that is commonly used as an infertility treatment. So what does it have to do with dieting?
Daily doses of HCG are coupled with a 500 calorie a day diet. Claims are HCG decreases appetite, resets metabolism and forces the body to use stored fat as energy.
Decarlo and Chantele have been doing the diet through an online company called Body Reset. Chantele is even talking about it on the air. She says she lost 50 pounds in almost one year.
“You definitely need the HCG to do a 500 calorie a day diet. There is no way that you can eat 500 calories without that supplement and be okay,” said Chantele.
HCG can be taken in a variety of forms but it’s not approved for weight loss. Many in the medical community insist it’s nothing more than snake oil.
So why are so many people claiming to lose weight? Critics say anyone can slim down on a measly 500 calories a day.
“If a person is taking drop by mouth, the likelihood that the active substance is getting in the blood stream is too low. So essentially those people are being scammed out of their money,” said Dr. Rasa Kazlauskaite, endocrinologist, Rush University Medical Center.
Other concerns: lack of solid scientific proof and there are worries about long term use.
“Hormones can have side effects if not appropriately used,” said Dr. Kazlauskaite.
The FDA recently took issue with the homeopathic version of HCG sold on the Internet. A spokesperson questioned the effectiveness and called it “econocmic fraud” saying they “are not recognized by the FCA as homeopathic drugs, so they are unapproved drugs and are illegal.”
“I don’t know why they are claiming things they have no regulation under,” Gary Arbuckle, chiropractor and co-owner BodyReset.
Arbuckle says, despite all the critics, HCG works.
“I’ve seen it work too often in almost every single person who does it to discount it as placebo or something else. There has to be something to this. Exactly what it is, research will find that out,” said Arbuckle.
Grace LaJoy Little says she’s working with a holistic practitioner. She’s been on the diet about two weeks and feels good. What does she think about the drops?
“I don’t know if it’s making the difference. I don’t know. I’m just doing it,” said Little.
The cost for HCG products ranges from $15 a bottle to hundreds of dollars for injections.
Another concern is whether this diet sets people up for the yo-yo effect where they lose weight only to gain it back.
All of the practitioners ABC7 talked with stressed the importance of consulting a health professional before starting any kind of diet.
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September 8, 2010
by Dr. Mercola
Recalls of prescription and over the counter drugs are surging in the U.S. The FDA reported more than 1,700 recalls last year, compared to less than 430 in 2008.
One single company, drug repackager Advantage Dose, accounted for more than 1,000 of those recalls. But even excluding Advantage Dose, recalls jumped 50 percent last year.
“The fast pace of drug recalls seems to be continuing in 2010 … High-profile recalls of Tylenol and other products … have drawn attention to quality concerns in manufacturing …
The spike in recalls, especially of generic and over-the-counter drugs, is being driven by manufacturing lapses, experts say. Some of the biggest culprits: the quality of raw materials, faulty labeling and packaging and contamination.”
CNN’s chart, below, shows the number of drug recalls between 2006 and 2009. Over the initial three years, recalls kept inching upward, only to spike dramatically between 2008 and 2009, from 426 recalls to 1,742.
That’s an increase of 309 percent in one year!
A single drug repacker, which has since been shut down, accounted for over 1,000 of those recalls, but even if you discount that one rotten apple, drug recalls still rose by over 50 percent.
Recent Drug Recalls Revisited
As recently as May, drug maker Johnson and Johnson voluntarily recalled all unexpired lots of certain over-the-counter (OTC) pediatric drugs, including Tylenol, Motrin, Zyrtec and Benadryl products, after they discovered “manufacturing deficiencies that could affect the quality, purity or potency of the medicines.”(A full list of the products affected by the recall can be found at this link.)
The recalled products were found to contain either:
1. Higher concentration of active ingredient than specified
2. Inactive ingredients that may not meet testing requirements
3. Tiny particles of unspecified origin
Amazingly, that was the second mass recall of these types of OTC drugs within less than a year.
In September of 2008, 21 children’s and infant’s Tylenol liquid products were deemed potentially unsafe due to bacterial contamination found in one of the inactive ingredients.
With all these recalls occurring, how can any health conscious consumer trust the safety or the effectiveness of any of these drugs?
I find it astonishing that while drug prices in general are soaring, drug manufacturers are still using rising costs as an excuse for failing to produce high-quality, pure products.
How about getting by with a little less profit in order to ensure each product is at minimum free of contamination and contains the specified amount of ingredients?
After all, as of 2007, the pharmaceutical industry was worth more money than the gross domestic product (GDP) – which is the market value of all the output produced in a nation in one year — of entire COUNTRIES, including Belgium, Sweden and Switzerland, according to statistics from the World Bank.
In fact, if placed on the list ranking the countries of the world according to gross domestic product, the pharmaceutical industry ranked number 17 out of 185 countries in 2007!
But apparently, that’s still “not enough”…
Next Step You Need to be Aware of – - the Switch from Drugs to Vaccines
As the patents on many blockbuster drugs are expiring, and Big Pharma is increasingly found liable for damages from dangerous drugs, drug companies have shifted their focus from drugs to vaccines.
There are currently vaccines against everything from obesity to smoking, and even stress, in the pipelines – health concerns that have precious little to do with bacterial or viral infections, which is the basis for the vaccine theory in the first place (and even that theory is up for discussion).
Aside from being potentially dangerous to the extreme, why is this trend so troubling?
In a nutshell: Lack of liability.
Drug companies have fiercely defended every single drug ever recalled as being safe and effective – until definitively proven dead wrong, and sometimes they still wouldn’t fess up to their culpability.
The same shameless, misleading strategies used for drugs are being used for vaccines.
But with vaccines, not only are the health risks far greater for you and your family, the subsequent liability for the drug company is greatly reduced or even eliminated!
So you take ALL the risk, while the drug companies demand your trust, take your money, and avoids any legal actions should your life be destroyed by one of their vaccines.
From a drug maker’s perspective, vaccines may be one of the absolute “safest” products to make, because their liability is negligible to non-existent, depending on the vaccine.
Pandemic vaccines are 100 percent risk-free for the vaccine maker, as laws ushered in after 9/11 exempt them from ANY liability. And, making matters worse, the laws create a negative incentive to test it for safety, because if they are fully aware of problems, then they could potentially be held liable for willful misconduct! It’s in their best interest to know as little as possible about the adverse reactions their vaccine might cause.
Non-pandemic vaccine injuries fall under the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986, which is a no-fault federal vaccine injury compensation program. But again, very few vaccine injured children ever receive compensation from this program, and as explained in this previous article, the program is so seriously flawed as to be useless.
Getting back to the issue of recalling dangerous medicines, without liability, what incentive is there to voluntarily recall a vaccine when dangers or serious problems are discovered?
The HPV vaccine Gardasil has obvious problems that have led to 53 recorded deaths of vibrant, healthy young girls, and yet everyone is moving on like nothing is the matter. No recall. Not even an official warning.
So should we buy into the promises of safe, pure, effective vaccines, when history has shown us that mistakes occur FAR more frequently than anyone would dare to guess – both in drug and vaccine manufacturing?
The answer, of course, is up to you. But they won’t be getting my vote of confidence anytime soon.
Deception at an All Time High
Adding to this debauched mess is the rise in out-and-out deception, as Prevent Disease describes so well in this recent article.
It’s become very apparent that disinformation operations are at an all-time high – or at least it is the most OBVIOUS campaigning we’ve ever been privy to.
Prevent Disease, in an attempt to demonstrate the outright lies by national governments and the media, highlights three examples from the last year alone — the H1N1 scandal, airport body scanners, and the BP oil disaster.
According to Prevent Disease:
“… [T]he H1N1 scandal reached its pinnacle in the fall of 2009 … From radio, internet, television, newspapers, magazines, outdoor posters, signage and promotions, you could not escape the flu hype campaigns so diligently pursued by all the malicious agendas at play who only wanted one thing — to promote a dangerous H1N1 vaccine.
After hundreds of reports exposed the criminal activity by all levels of government, we left the same people in power to do it all over again.”
And when news first unfolded about the BP oil disaster, the immediate response was to cover-up, deny, and respond with ignorance. In the end, a private company was permitted to use extremely potent toxins to mask the extent of their environmental crime while putting tens of thousands, if not millions of American’s health at risk.
Prevent Disease goes on to list “25 rules of disinformation,” employed with great success by a number of individuals with the intent to “prevent rational and complete examination of any chain of evidence which would hang them.”
It may be well worth your time to read through them, as being aware of how the con is done will help you avoid being conned in the first place.
Who Do You Trust, and Why, Exactly?
Another interesting article that ties in here was published in the British Guardian, under the headline: “Drug firms hiding negative research are unfit to experiment on people. Another pharmaceutical giant has settled a big compensation claim. So why are they allowed to go on misleading the public?”
That is becoming the ten thousand dollar question…
Why are drug companies ALLOWED to continue maintaining the status quo despite being caught lying, defrauding, even knowingly killing, time and time again?
And perhaps even more intriguing, why is the public still falling for their tactics?
Just how many bizarre and devastating side effects must be rattled off at the end of a drug ad before it grabs your attention and make you question its stated benefit?
I believe that humans inherently want to trust and depend on authority. The question is, at which point does critical thinking and pure self-preservation kick in? It seems we’re still waiting for critical mass to be reached when it comes to this point, but I think we’re getting closer…
One such authority that have been granted full trust are scientists, employing the scientific method to prove or disprove the causes of health, disease, and drug safety, among many things.
But even in these prestigious vestiges of medicine, we’re now finding more and more evidence of corruption that threatens the entire premise of the scientific method. Dr. Beatrice Golomb, MD, PhD has shared shocking information about the underbelly of medical science in this newsletter, as well as Dana Ullman.
If you missed either of those interviews, I highly recommend reviewing them now.
Ullman also has a phenomenal column in the Huffington Post, where he recently wrote:
“Doctors today commonly assert that they practice “scientific medicine,” and patients think that the medical treatments they receive are “scientifically proven.”
However, this ideal is a dream, not reality, and a clever and profitable marketing ruse, not fact.”
Recent court cases highlight the truth of what Golomb and Ullman discuss. For example, it was discovered that AstraZeneca purposefully “buried” studies with unflattering results for their drug Seroquel.
The Guardian’s Ben Goldacre writes:
“In trial 15, patients with schizophrenia who were in remission were randomly assigned to receive either Seroquel, or a cheap, old-fashioned drug. After a year, the patients on Seroquel were doing worse. These negative findings were left unpublished.
… Here is the opening of another email in that quetiapine case. Richard Lawrence writes in an internal memo to colleagues: “Lisa has done a great smoke and mirrors job on trial 15.””
Smoke and mirrors… Ain’t that the truth! And that is oftentimes what you’re using when making decisions that affect your health.
In the case of Seroquel, this smoke and mirrors job led to tens of thousands of people developing drug-induced diabetes, in addition to not actually working as advertised… Once these buried studies were unearthed, AstraZeneca ended up paying off more than 17,500 patients who had developed diabetes and related illnesses.
Again, I remind you that class action lawsuits against drug manufacturers for vaccine damage is not an option. They rigged the game years ago and effectively lobbied Congress to make it illegal to sue them for any vaccine related injuries.
So, beware jumping on the vaccine bandwagon for every ill.
Healthy Lifestyle – Not Pills or Injections – is the Answer to Your Health Problems
It should be self evident by now that the idea of synthetic chemicals being the answer for your health problems is FALSE.
However, there are certain basic tenets of optimal health that have remained permanent truths, regardless of the claim-of-the-day spouted by modern science, and these include:
1. Eat a healthy diet that’s right for your nutritional type, paying very careful attention to keeping your insulin levels down. This typically involves increasing your consumption of whole (preferably organic) foods, while avoiding processed foods and sugary drinks of all kinds, as they are loaded with fructose, genetically modified ingredients, and chemicals.
2. Drink plenty of clean water
3. Address your day-to-day stress
5. Get plenty of appropriate sun exposure
6. Limit your exposure to toxins
7. Consume healthy fats
8. Eat plenty of raw food
9. Optimize your insulin and leptin levels
10. Get plenty of sleep
Remember, leading a common sense, healthy lifestyle is your best bet to produce a healthy body and mind, and increase your longevity. Unfortunately, the pharmaceutical industry, the food industry, and even government itself sure won’t make it easy for you to avoid the garbage that ruins your health.
The drug industry spends about $15 billion a year manipulating and distorting your perceptions about the proper solutions for your health challenges. And, the food industry spends TWICE that much to brainwash you and your children to choose highly processed convenience foods that will accelerate your path toward death and disease — and your need to use drugs to control your symptoms.
It’s a vicious cycle of deceit and misinformation!
Fortunately, you can still take self-responsibility, educate yourself, make better, healthier choices, and be a living testament to what the truth of the matter really is.
By adhering to the basic tenets of optimal health – the basics of a healthy lifestyle, not just a temporary fix for a particular ailment — you are building a healthy mind and body, and thereby safeguarding yourself against a multitude of health problems and serious diseases.