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Here are some health sites I use for research.

https://www.earthclinic.com/
Earth Clinic® is the world's largest collection of natural remedies, holistic tips and home treatments for healthy and happy lifestyles. Founded in 1999.
Your free membership gives you instant access to your favorite natural cures. You'll also receive Earth Clinic's health newsletters.


http://www.chrisbeatcancer.com/
Blog about healing cancer with nutrition and natural therapies. 13 years and counting!
Subscribe to newsletter and a free e-book with 25 people who've healed cancer!


http://www.naturalnewsblogs.com/
Mike has now made it his life mission to share the most remarkable discovery he made on his quest: the vast majority of all diseases can be easily prevented and even cured without drugs or surgery.

And that’s exactly what Mike did. He cured himself of diabetes in a matter of months and transformed himself into the picture of perfect health in mind, body and spirit.


http://www.medicalmedium.com/preferred/supplements
Below you will find links to some of Medical Medium Anthony William’s preferred supplements. Our company does not sell any products. This list is a free resource we have created in the hope it will make your life a little easier.

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Due to a woman who not long ago died of cancer due to never having sought treatment, leaning on alternative medicine that states "positive thoughts" was more than enough to heal all, I feel the need to add that we should always think about it before choosing only alternative medicine to address our health issues. Obviously positive thoughts aids in recovery, but she could have lived had she gotten her cancer treated at the hospital, because at that point it was still operable.

So be careful, people. I am not trying to discredit alternative medicine, I am sure a lot of it can work pretty well, but for serious illness I would always say better to look into all alternatives, also standard western medicine and make an informed choice as to how to proceed.

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I agree that focusing on just one aspect of healing can get people in trouble. A holistic approach is often the best.


Here's a good article about someone who studied cancer survivors and what, they had in common.

[Article]
Radical Remission: Why Some Terminal Cancer Patients Beat the Odds
According to Dr. Turner's findings, the following nine factors were common to all of the "radical remission" cases she examined:

Taking control of your health. The most dramatic recovery Dr. Turner recounts involved a Japanese kidney cancer patient who underwent unsuccessful surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. But once he started taking control of his health — drinking filtered water, eating healthy food, and watching the sunrise every day –— he went into remission. "He did all the nine factors in my research and, 25 years later and counting, he is completely cancer free and has grandchildren," she says.

Radically changing your diet. Not surprisingly, all of the long-term survivors had taken aggressive steps to boost the nutritional value of their diets — a factor Dr. Turner calls "the big one" among the patients she studied. "And that was a shift really into fruits and vegetables and away from things like meat, wheat, sweets, and dairy," she explains.

Using herbs and supplements. No single anti-cancer natural remedy was uncovered by Dr. Turner's research. But she says most survivors used three types of herbs and supplements — those that aid digestion and increase the body's absorption of nutrients, help detoxify the body of bacteria and viruses, and boost the immune system (such as probiotics, prebiotics, aloe vera, turmeric, and vitamin C). "I wish that I could say there was one magic bullet, that everyone was taking this one herb from Indonesia and — poof! — their cancer was gone," she notes. "[But] what I found … is there were three categories of herbs that almost everyone I studied was taking."

Embracing social support. A wide variety of research has found close connections with family and friends can boost cancer survival — something Dr. Turner's research confirmed in the individuals she studied. "They would say to me, 'You know, I don’t know how to explain it Dr. Turner, but I know that the love that just came pouring in helped me heal,' " she notes. "Well, scientifically we know that that's actually possible, because when you feel loved oxytocin is released in huge amounts form the master glands of your brain and that increases [the immune system's] natural killer cells and white blood cells."

Increasing positive emotions, releasing negative feelings, and having strong reasons for living. Three other characteristics of long-term survivors were inter-related: Embracing positive emotions, letting go of negative ones, and developing stronger reasons for living. Dr. Turner found the patients she studied made time every day to do these things, just as they made time to eat, sleep, and exercise. "Even if it was just for five minutes a day — so [they're] not trying to be happy positive all the time, 'cause that's just not possible — but making sure [to] get five minutes of joy every day," she says. "They [also] released suppressed emotions that they were holding onto from the past, such as stress or regret or sadness."

Following your intuition. Learning to trust your gut instincts was also a key factor Dr. Turner observed in the patients she studied. "They used their intuition to help make decisions," she says. "And intuition is interesting 'cause it actually can sense danger and paths to safety, long before the front of your brain — which is the thinking part of your brain — even knows what’s going on."

Deepening your spiritual connection. Dr. Turner found that faith itself was not necessarily a key factor in helping cancer patients live longer, but that the practice of some form of spirituality — praying, meditating, or interacting with the natural world — has measureable impacts on the immune system.

"Faith, according to my research, actually doesn't help them survive. What helps them survive, according to the people I studied, is not what they believe but how they practice their spirituality," she explains.

"So there are certain spiritual practices — such as prayer or meditation or even walking in nature — that will change … the physiology of your body and put you into the parasympathetic nervous system and that's when your immune system really lights up. So it actually becomes scientific — if you do these spiritual practices that calm your body down and sort of connect you to [what] some people would say [is] a divine energy … really you're just turning on your parasympathetic nervous system. If you do that every day you're really going to help your immune system."

She adds that this aspect of research challenges the notion that people with strong personalities who embody a "fighting spirit" in taking on their cancer have an advantage. In fact, such an approach may be counter-productive, she suggests.

"Research has shown that having a fighting spirit and fighting against your cancer actually doesn't lengthen survival time. And that's exactly what I found amongst my radical remission survivors, as well," she says.

"Many of them weren't fighting their cancer; many of them were just simply focused on enjoying life for as long as they had it. And so again that's moving them out of fear, and out of sort of this fight-or-flight mode and into the rest-and-repair mode, where you're enjoying life, you're relaxing, you're taking happiness when you can get it. And that is actually better for your immune system than being in a fight with something."
https://www.newsmax.com/Health/Health- ... nal/2014/05/01/id/568869/
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I think the article points to the need of having a holistic approach to healing. The definition of the Force itself is holistic.

I recently listened to a lecture where someone stated that illness is our subconscious telling us we need to change something. The condition becomes more serious over time until we learn how to interpret it and change something, making it a lot like dream analysis. Understanding dreams opens understanding of self, others, and one's world. Understanding our illnesses and why we have them, does the same. So always take into account how spirit, mind, as well as body needs to be balanced for healing to occur.

Andy Whitfield, the guy who starred as Spartacus, discovered he had cancer and actually flew around the planet trying acupuncture, Ayurveda, and a few other alternative treatments as well as following conventional western medicine procedures. He was in a documentary, that is worth seeing, about all his treatments leading up to his eventual death from cancer.
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/4 ... -the-andy-whitfield-story

Some people may be thinking this only applies to cancer patients. The truth is that by adopting the nine factors (even to some degree) they used will provide a healthy lifestyle which can mean avoiding some problems a lot of people face later in life and end up being forced to change, like diet and wellness habits.

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