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Whole tomatoes are much better than lycopene supplements

By Lee Euler / July 19, 2017

Tomato season has arrived here in Virginia – a good enough reason to love summer even if there were no other. Fresh, vine-ripened tomatoes are the only ones I eat. I never touch those things they sell in the supermarket, except when I encounter one in a restaurant. And while all varieties of this fruit […]


Your doctor won’t give you the best cancer test there is

By Lee Euler / July 16, 2017

Mainstream medicine talks about early screening all the time. They urge people to get mammograms and PSA tests, both of doubtful value. But what if you could have a sneak preview ten years into the future, and be able to see ahead of time whether cancer was developing in your body? Early enough that you could […]


This adds years to your life – while you just sit!

By Lee Euler / July 12, 2017

We’ve all heard the popular new warning that sitting is the new smoking. In previous issues I’ve written about the health hazards of spending too much of your life on your hind end. But there’s an exception to this “hazard” – because regularly sitting in a sauna could drastically improve your health and even save […]


Still sold in stores despite a billion $ in cancer lawsuits

By Lee Euler / July 9, 2017

Many women grew up sprinkling Johnson’s Baby Powder in their underwear. They did so at the recommendation of their mothers and grandmothers. The logic was that it kept you “fresh and clean” in much the same way mothers used to sprinkle the powder in the diapers of their little ones. But continued claims over the […]


Old-fashioned horse sense gave birth to this cancer treatment

By Lee Euler / July 5, 2017

Way back in 1840, Illinois horse breeder John Hoxsey put his favorite stallion out to pasture rather than shoot him after the animal was diagnosed with advanced cancer of the leg. But the horse’s number wasn’t up yet. Every day he would graze for hours at a particular spot – and in due course the […]


The real reason for 3 out of 4 cancer cases

By Lee Euler / July 2, 2017

Everybody knows someone who has cancer, whether it’s a family member, friend, or co-worker. It’s become a routine part of life in our society. In fact, it’s grown so pervasive that a New York Times article posited that everyone who lives long enough will eventually suffer from some kind of cancer.1 The cancer epidemic makes […]


Mainstream medicine blocks access to most amazing cancer test ever

By Lee Euler / June 28, 2017

Conventional cancer screening doesn’t spot tumors at a formative stage of development, and is neither accurate nor dependable. Whether your doctor orders up a mammogram, a PET or CT scan, a PSA test, a colonoscopy or a biopsy, there are considerable downsides to all of them. The procedures may actually help cancer get started, make […]


Early signs of lung cancer (affects nonsmokers, too)

By Lee Euler / June 25, 2017

If you don’t catch it early, this cancer will wipe you out 96 percent of the time.1 Few survive. What is this lethal cancer? And how can you detect it before it’s too late? Keep reading to find out… Continued below… BREAKING: 4 shampoo brands cause Alzheimer’s disease Could the type of shampoo you use […]


An aspirin a day keeps cancer away?

By Lee Euler / June 21, 2017

Daily, low-dose aspirin therapy has been long been recommended to reduce the risk of heart attack for some adults aged 50 or older who are at risk. Studies are also showing that it can reduce the risk of developing certain kinds of cancer. The recommendation comes from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), a […]


An odd connection between marathons and a cancer treatment

By Lee Euler / June 18, 2017

Fennel’s renowned history goes back to the ancient Greeks. And its Greek name – marathron – is the source of ‘marathon,” the name of the famous 26.2 mile race. The original long-distance run by a Greek messenger named Pheidippides, in 490 BC, delivered the news about a victorious battle at Marathon, a field full of […]

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