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Joe Dispenza -- Your Immortal Brain - Mastering the Art of Observation

Joe Dispenza, D.C., studied biochemistry at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J. He also holds a BS degree with an emphasis in Neuroscience. Dr
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brain will change...examine options
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lost track of time and place...
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feedback environment, body, immersion, awareness...the brain patterns new connections
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De Carte...nature of reality...physical science, mind subjective...separation
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9 Weird Tricks to Outsmart Your Bad Mood

9 Weird Tricks to Outsmart Your Bad Mood | True Health | Scoop.it
Are you in a bad funk today? Treat yourself to a bar of dark chocolate. Or jump on a trampoline. Or get a nice plate of leafy greens at your neighborhood salad bar. Though a crabby mood is most often circumstantial—such as bad traffic, an unpleasant boss or simply sleep deprivation—you can try giving yourself a natural mood boost with vitamin B12 or simply straightening your posture and not slouching your shoulders. Don't Miss: 6 Brain Hacks for Getting Things Done When all else fails, spend a little bit of cash on another person. Treat your best friend to ice cream. Donate five dollars to
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A Simple Way to Reduce Your Anxiety

A Simple Way to Reduce Your Anxiety | True Health | Scoop.it
Anxiety and excitement lead to similar physical changes in your body. Here's a simple way to reduce your anxiety simply by saying 3 little words.
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Does HIV exist? An explosive interview

Does HIV exist? An explosive interview | True Health | Scoop.it
Does HIV exist? An explosive interview by Jon Rappoport April 4, 2016 (To read about Jon's mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.) The interview, conducted by excellent freelance journalist, Christine Johnson, delves into these questions: How should researchers prove that a particular virus exists? How should they isolate it? What are the correct procedures? These…
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Dr Robert Willner Injects "HIV" into himself on TV

December 7th 1994 Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Greensboro, N.C., Dr Willner (a medical doctor of 40 years experience) an outspoken whistleblower of the AID
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Benefits of Aspirin – Functional Performance Systems (FPS)

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Tylenol May Blunt Emotions, and Not Just Pain

Tylenol May Blunt Emotions, and Not Just Pain | True Health | Scoop.it
Acetaminophen (Tylenol) is a popular pain reliever, but it may also blunt emotions, both positive and negative, a new study shows.
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Compared with those who took the placebo, those who took Tylenol were about 20 percent less likely to rate images as extremely pleasant and 10 percent less likely to rate them extremely unpleasant. Although the mechanisms remain unclear, previous research suggests that Tylenol reduces pain by acting on the insula, a part of the brain that, among other functions, influences social emotions.
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Buteyko Breathing Method for Allergies | Stop Allergies

Buteyko Breathing Method for Allergies | Stop Allergies | True Health | Scoop.it
Stop allergies by applying Buteyko Breathing Method. For adults and children - learn this breathing technique online.
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Charles, Prince of Wales, is a famous case. He is reported to have been allergic to the horses he rode, and even to his own parade uniform. Like many people, he tried to control his symptoms using prescription medications, as well as alternative medicine.

Nothing worked, and his symptoms persisted. In 1999, on the recommendation of his personal physician, Prince Charles sought help from Konstantin and Ludmila Buteyko. Once he learned to reduce his breathing, he was no longer affected by allergies, and since that time, the Prince's Foundation for Integrated Health has actively promoted the Buteyko™ Breathing Normalization method as a natural and holistic cure for allergies.
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Butter Makes Your Pants Fall Off

I have a written Spanish language translation of this video on my website - "La mantequilla hace que sus pantalones se caigan" - http://www.buttermakesyourpa...
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He lost 145 pounds in 14 months....eating high fat low carb
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Holistic Doctors Being Killed? GcMAF and Nagalase (Vaccines and Autism)

Why are holistic MDs being killed? GcMAF & Nagalase Doctors Jeff Bradstreet and Nicholas Gonzalez apparently were on to the biochemistry of what was causing ...
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Even Non-Amputees Can Feel a Phantom Limb

Even Non-Amputees Can Feel a Phantom Limb | True Health | Scoop.it
The brain can easily be fooled into feeling phantom limbs, even invisible hands, new research finds.
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Amputees often suffer from a phenomenon known as phantom limb syndrome, but researchers now say that non-amputees can also be made to feel phantom limbs, and even pain, when knives are jabbed into nonexistent hands.

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2004 Dateline NBC (part two)

For more about The Charlie Foundation visit http://charliefoundation.org/
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Charlie was able to go off of the ketogenic diet at age 7...no medication for seizures when on the ketogenic diet

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Protective CO2 and aging

Protective CO2 and aging | True Health | Scoop.it
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therapeutic effects of increasing carbon dioxide are being more widely
recognized in recent years. But still very few biologists recognize its role
as a fundamental, universal protective factor. I think it will be helpful
to consider some of the ways carbon dioxide might be controlling situations
that otherwise are poorly understood.
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The low carbon dioxide production of hypothyroidism (e.g., Lee and Levine, 1999), and the respiratory alkalosis of estrogen excess, are often overlooked. An adequate supply of calcium, and sometimes supplementation of salt and baking soda, can increase the tissue content of CO2.
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In ancient China the Taoists were concerned with longevity, and according to Joseph Needham (Science and Civilization in China) their methods included the use of herbs, minerals, and steroids extracted from the urine of children. Some of those who claimed extreme longevity practiced controlled breathing and tai chi (involving imagery, movement, and breating), typically in the early morning hours, when stress reduction is most important. As far as I know, there are no studies of carbon dioxide levels in practitioners of tai chi, but the sensation of warmth they typically report suggests that it involves hypoventilation.
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In the 1960s, a Russian researcher examined hospital records of measurements of newborn babies, and found that for several decades the size of their heads had been increasing. He suggested that it might be the result of increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide.

The experiences and nutrition of a pregnant animal are known to affect the expression of genes in the offspring, affecting such things as allergies, metabolic rate, brain size, and intelligence. Miles Storfer (1999) has reviewed the evidence for epigenetic environmental control of brain size and intelligence. The main mechanisms of epigenetic effects or “imprinting” are now known to involve methylation and acetylation of the chromosomes (DNA and histones).

Parental stress, prenatal stress, early life stress, and even stress in adulthood contribute to “imprinting of the genes,” partly through methylation of DNA and the histones.
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Bats have a very high metabolic rate, and an extremely long lifespan for an animal of their size. While most animals of their small size live only a few years, many bats live a few decades. Bat caves usually have slightly more carbon dioxide than the outside atmosphere, but they usually contain a large amount of ammonia, and bats maintain a high serum level of carbon dioxide, which protects them from the otherwise toxic effects of the ammonia.
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Dr. David Ludwig: Food Addiction & Why Will Power is Not Enough - #272

David S. Ludwig, MD, PhD is a practicing pediatrician and researcher at Boston Children’s Hospital. He holds the rank of Professor of Pediatrics at Harvar
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2013-08-16 Environmental Enrichment - Andrew Murray + Ray Peat

2013-08-16 Environmental Enrichment - Andrew Murray + Ray Peat
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Animal studies of stress, helplessness and brain size. What an enriched environment can accomplish.
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HIV & AIDS - A Call for the Truth

Rethinking AIDS: A growing group of scientists claim HIV - the AIDS virus - is harmless, AIDS is not contagious, and medication is dangerous.
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10 scientific arguments why HIV can NOT cause AIDS (dr. Duesberg)

This is a clip from "HIV=AIDS: Fact or Fraud?" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTxvmKHYajQ). In this clip dr. Duesberg is being interviewed. Dr. Duesber
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Fat or fiction? Is vegetable oil toxic? - ABC Newcastle NSW - Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Fat or fiction? Is vegetable oil toxic? - ABC Newcastle NSW - Australian Broadcasting Corporation | True Health | Scoop.it
In his new book, Toxic Oil, David Gillespie says, "There is no evidence that saturated fats cause heart disease, but (there is evidence) that when we replace animal fats in our diets with seed oils we significantly increase the amount of harmful omega 6 fats in our cell membranes and this inevitably leads down a pathway to cancer and heart disease."

However, there is increasing concern being expressed by health professionals about the claims made in David Gillespie's book. 1233's Carol Duncan spoke with David Gillespie about his new book, and also David Driscoll, Dr Rosemary Stanton and Dr Darren Saunders to respond.
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2011-01-21 Inflammation 1 - Andrew Murray + Ray Peat

2011-01-21 Inflammation 1 - Andrew Murray + Ray Peat
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CO2 acts like a universal hormone. It holds histamine, seratonin, and calcium in bound position. 1 minute of hyperventilation causes a drop in CO2, platelets are released which carry serotonin, causing capillaries to become permeable....fluid can then enter lungs and cause pulmonary edema. (So unconscious/subtle stress levels could cause the same effects and more. Stress= fight or flight which increases the respiratory rate...one way to increase CO2 is to breathe into a brown paper bag and learn breathing exercises like How To Unblock Nose in three minutes ButeykoDVD.com
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Why Are Fat People Hungry? How to control your appetite and release your belly fat.

With hundreds of thousands of extra calories stored in their belly, why are fat people ever hungry? In this video I answer that question by telling you about...
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Lard Makes You Lean

Lose your fear of fat, learn to love the fat and add fat generously. Lard and other healthy animal fats will make your low carb diet a smashing success, get ...
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Published on Aug 25, 2014


Lose your fear of fat, learn to love the fat and add fat generously. Lard and other healthy animal fats will make your low carb diet a smashing success, get you lean and restore your health.

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Exercise Helps Prevent Cancer in Many Ways

Exercise Helps Prevent Cancer in Many Ways | True Health | Scoop.it
Exercise is an important component of cancer prevention; it slashes risk of cancer occurrence, and diminishes risk of cancer recurrence.
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Adrenaline-Dependent Immune Cells Shrink Tumors


Most recently, research2,3,4 published in Cell Metabolism showed that active mice experienced a 50 percent reduction in tumor growth compared to inactive mice. The mechanism behind this rather remarkable occurrence is thought to be related to the rush of adrenaline that occurs during high intensity exercise.

The adrenaline helps circulate natural killer (NK) immune cells into tumors in the lung, liver, and skin, where they go to work to kill off and eliminate the cancerous cells.
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How Your Psychological States Influence Your Immune System

How Your Psychological States Influence Your Immune System | True Health | Scoop.it
Research reveals that your immune system and brain are actually wired together, as there are connections between your nervous system and immune-related organs.
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Research conducted in the 1980s and early 1990s revealed that your immune system and brain are actually wired together,4and connections between your nervous system and immune-related organs such as your thymus and bone marrow allow for crosstalk between the two systems.

Revealingly, your immune cells also have neurotransmitter receptors, suggesting that what goes on in your brain impacts your immune system, for better or worse. For example, stress has been shown to reduce activity of virus-fighting immune cells.

Stress also increases levels of antibodies for common viruses such as Epstein-Barr, suggesting that stress can reactivate otherwise latent viruses in your body. Ruminating on a stressful incident has also been shown to increase your levels of C-reactive protein, a marker of inflammation in your body.5

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Meditation Eases Pain and Anxiety


Considering the detrimental effects of stress, it should come as no surprise that stress-relieving strategies like meditation can have direct, beneficial health effects. One recent study found meditation helps ease pain and anxiety during breast biopsies. A total of 121 women undergoing breast cancer diagnosis were randomly assigned to participate in one of three approaches as they went through their biopsies:
•A recorded loving-kindness meditation
•Music (their choice of instrumental jazz, classical piano, harp and flute, nature sounds or world music)
•Standard care, which includes casual conversation and emotional support

As reported by Duke Cancer Institute:15


"Patients in the meditation and music groups reported significantly greater reductions in anxiety and fatigue after biopsy than those receiving standard care. The standard-care patients reported increased fatigue after biopsy. The meditation group also showed significantly lower pain during biopsy when compared to the music group."
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Meditation has also been shown to have a distinct impact on gene expression, reduces inflammation,16 and can help relieve stress-related diseases such as:

High blood pressure Sleep disturbances and fatigue
Chronic pain Gastrointestinal distress and irritable bowel syndrome
Headaches Skin disorders
Respiratory problems such as emphysema and asthma Mild depression and premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
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Your Psychological Health Cannot Be Divorced From Your Physical Health


By activating the relaxation nervous system, which allows you to "rest and digest," you can ease a variety of health symptoms and restore your body to an anti-inflammatory state. You can start with something as simple as listening to a guided meditation for several minutes a day and working up to 20 minutes twice a day for a therapeutic effect.

Remember, the relationships between your gut, brain, immune, and hormonal systems are impossible to untangle. So for optimal health and effective disease prevention, it's important to communicate to your body the message that it is not being attacked; it's not in danger.

You also need to nourish and support your body — both emotionally and physically. In short, restoring mental calm, increasing your sense of joy, and maintaining an optimistic outlook helps lay the foundation for a long, healthy life.