I recently wrote a similar blog entry about selenium ("Three Measurements," Jan 14, 2022).
It's crucial that you grasp the difference between the qualitative status of a mineral versus its quantitative status.
The same goes for vitamins, hormones, enzymes, herbs, and drugs.
Copper is ... Read More
Off-grid living is frowned on by the Surveillance State.
In 2019, the Cali-fool-ya government sweet talked people into going solar with promises, promises, promises ...
"The California Solar Initiative (CSI) is a solar rebate program for California residents who purchase their power serv... Read More
Bishnu Charan Ghosh (1903-1970) was an Indian strongman and yogi.
He was the youngest brother of Paramahansa Yogananda (1893-1952), author of Autobiography of a Yogi (1946).
Bishnu Ghosh studied bodybuilding, adding muscle size and strength to the muscle control and mental concentration he had... Read More
William Davis, M.D., is the author of Wheat Belly (2011) and Super Gut (2022).
He's spot on about Frankenwheat — today's wheat and other grains are not what our ancestors ate before 1888.
Why 1888? That's the year plant breeders started genetically modifying foods.
It was called "selectiv... Read More
The only valid test I know to accurately measure selenium is in (1) the red blood cells and (2) the blood serum and (3) the total of both.
Without knowing these THREE measurements there is no way to know if your selenium deficiency is quantitative or qualitative.
Many "deficiencies" are actual... Read More