Sunday, March 26, 2017

Carrots and Cancer

What if I told you carrots cure cancer?
Friday, September 27, 2013 by: Paul Fassa

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---------------------------- (NaturalNews) Ann Cameron, an author of 15 children's books, cured her Stage 4 cancer with carrot juice only. She states, "I believe from personal experience that carrots can cure cancer - and rapidly, without chemotherapy, radiation, or other dietary changes."

On June 6, 2012, Ann had surgery for Stage 3 colon cancer. She had decided against chemotherapy and actually started feeling better, until about November 6, 2012.

A routine follow-up CT scan indicated lung cancer. She was diagnosed with Stage 4 colon cancer which had metastasized to the lungs. Her doctor predicted a two to three year life expectancy.

She was advised that radiation would be useless, and chemotherapy was recommended, but it wouldn't extend her life.

Five Pounds of Carrots Juiced Daily
Sadly, Ann's husband died of lung cancer in 2005, but not until they had tried about twenty recommended "substances" over a six month period. Ann embarked on an intensive research campaign to find an alternative protocol that would heal her.

In her search, she came across a man who had cured his cancer with nothing but carrots. His name was Ralph Cole, and he had cured his small squamous cell cancer (on his neck) by drinking 5 pounds of carrots juiced daily. Ralph shared his carrot curing protocol freely with anyone who would listen.

On November 17, Ann began a daily regimen of 5 pounds of juiced carrots (one quart to a quart and one-third daily). Ann juiced in the morning, drank a glass and then refrigerated the rest, which she finished off throughout the day. Ann faithfully continued juicing five pounds of carrots daily.

The only exception was every month or so when she was traveling she would forgo the carrot juice for three or four days consecutively.

Ann had no chemo, no radiation and no other dietary modifications except carrot juice. She continued eating meat and sometimes indulged in various unhealthy foods, including ice cream.

Ann cautioned, "I don't recommend ice cream for cancer, but only want to emphasize that drinking carrot juice was the only change I made in my life, besides gratefully accepting prayers and good energy from friends and asking for wisdom and help from Whoever is up there in the Beyond."

A PET scan (Positron Emission Tomography) on November 27, 2012, corroborated the earlier CT scan: "Enlarged swollen lymph nodes, containing two 1 inch long by 1/4 inch diameter rapidly growing tumors between the lungs."

On January 7, 2013, after eight weeks of daily carrot juicing, another follow-up CT scan revealed that the cancerous tumors had stopped growing, there had been some tumor shrinkage and there was a reduction in swollen lymph nodes.

CT Scans
March 2013: The cancer had not grown. No new cancer, no swollen lymph nodes, and tumors continued shrinking. July 30, 2013: The cancer was gone! All swollen cancerous lymph nodes had returned to normal.

Summary
• Two weeks of daily carrot juicing: no improvement.
• Eight weeks of juicing: the cancer stopped growing and tumors began shrinking.
• Four months of juicing: all the lymph nodes in the lungs were normal.
• Eight months of juicing: all the cancer was gone!

Carrots and Cancer Research
Falcarinol is an antioxidant found in carrots and has proven anticancer properties. Researchers in the UK and Denmark reduced cancerous tumors by 1/3 in mice and rats with lab induced cancers.

Additionally, a human study found that consumption of carrot juice increased blood levels of carotenoids in breast cancer survivors. The researchers believe that increased carotenoid blood levels acts as a cancer preventive.

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About the author:
Paul Fassa is dedicated to warning others about the current corruption of food and medicine and guiding them towards direction for better health with no restrictions on health freedom. 

You can check out his many non-compromising cutting edge, non-fluff articles here http://www.naturalnews.com/Author712.html

Friday, March 24, 2017

Three Disruptive Technologies That Will Transform the World into Technocracy Within Ten Years

Three Disruptive Technologies That Will Transform The World Into Technocracy Within 10 Years

WRITTEN BY: PATRICK WOOD MARCH 24, 2017
The latest technological revolution will make existing technology look like the stone age, yet few people outside of academia and industry are even aware of it.  Many, if not most, of the people who are driving these technologies are Technocrats who intend to connect the world into a single global entity. Think, ‘hive mind’, ‘global city’ and 2030 Agenda.
Three particular technologies were prominently featured at the prestigious 2017 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain from February 27 through March 2.
The first disruptive technology is 5G, or Fifth Generation, cell phone communication protocol. The first keynote speaker, Mats Granryd (Director-General of the Groupe Spéciale Mobile Association, or GSMA). His bio on the Mobile World website states,
Mats is a strong proponent of sustainability and led the mobile industry in becoming the first sector to broadly commit to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2016. He is now spearheading initiatives to amplify and accelerate the mobile industry’s impact on all 17 of the SDGs, across both developed and developing markets. 
5G is widely expected to power the Internet of Everything (IoE), which includes all citizens of the world as well as all devices in the Internet of Things (IoT). This new standard will be common by 2020 and ubiquitous by 2025. It improves current 4G performance by orders of magnitude.
5G is expected to provide mobile users with every metropolitan area with at least 100 megabits per second connectivity. When  you consider devices associated with people – mobile phones, fitness wearables, erc. – and with inanimate objects such as smart meters, cameras, thermostats, light bulbs and a myriad of sensors through homes and neighborhoods, the entire conglomeration can be viewed and managed in real-time.
Incidentally, there are many critics warning about the radiation dangers associated with 5G, but industry proponents are basically ignoring, if not suppressing, these dangers while moving ahead at breakneck speed.
Speakers at Mobile World reiterated their goal of creating a ‘global mind’ that would be enabled by 5G in conjunction with Artificial Intelligence (AI), which is the second major disruptive technology to consider.
Most people have already made contact with AI in one form or another: Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa, Microsoft’s Cortana, Google’s Assistant and Soundhound’s Hound, among others. Many website support centers are really AI ‘Chatbots’, but you would never know it. Driverless cars are predicated on AI. Future medical diagnoses will be delivered by AI system like IBM’s Watson.
5G will provide a rocket booster to AI, where decisions and outcomes will be made and delivered in real-time, as if the system as a whole was a living, breathing person. A super-intelligence. If you will, a ‘Global Brain’.
The third disruptive technology is a new super-material called Graphene. Although scientists had an awareness of it for decades, Graphene was only rediscovered in 2004. Since then global academia and industry have dumped hundreds of millions of dollars into R&D because it will revolutionize several entire industries at once, from IoT to wearables to energy to computers and data communications.
Graphene is an two-dimensional (e.g., one atom thick) atomic-scale hexagonal lattice made of Carbon atoms. It is 200 times stronger than steel and yet is flexible like skin. It conducts heat and is as conductive as silicon used in semiconductors.
The University of Manchester, where Graphene was re-discovered in 2004, states that “combining all of graphene’s amazing properties could create an impact of the scale last seen with the Industrial Revolution.” It goes on to say,
Transport, medicine, electronics, energy, defence, desalination; the range of industries where graphene research is making an impact is substantial. This is only the start. These are only the first steps. The potential of graphene is limited only by our imagination.
Thus, it was not surprising that the Graphene Flagship was front and center at Mobile World 2017.

Some of the further applications it defines include film sensors, night vision imaging, flexible displays and sensors, flexible wellness sensors, electronic skin, flexible WIFI receivers, camera lenses, supercapacitors and batteries, computer chips, sensors in wearable technology, and the list goes on and on. Did I mention sensors? Think, Internet of Everything!
If you need more proof, consider this. According to the brochure, the bottom line was seen in the Graphene Connect Workshop titled, “From Datacom To IoT – Enabled By Graphene“.
Taken as a package, these three technologies – 5G, AI and Graphene – are fully expected to bring about the new world scientific order. A global brain. A hive mind. Symbiotic command and control.
Like Mats Granryd stated above, the mobile industry supports not only the broad idea of the United Nation’s 2030 Agenda, but every single one of its so-called Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs).
It’s all about connectivity and control. It’s Scientific Dictatorship. In one word, it’s Technocracy.


p.s. If there were ever a reason to read my book, Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation, this is it and the time is now. It is also available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle version.

Technocracy Rising connects all the dots that you need in order to understand the modern onslaught of societal control and transformation by technology.

Top 10 Alkaline Foods that Fight Cancer, Gout Pain Heart Disease and Diabetes

Top 10 Alkaline Foods That Fight Cancer, Gout, Pain, Heart Disease, and Diabetes
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    Most of the foods we eat nowadays harm our bodies. They are toxic and form acid in the body. The effects of such foods plus other factors like stress, lack of sleep and hormonal imbalances increase risk of diseases and make it hard to lose weight.
    Eating alkaline foods is a great way to reduce risk of diseases, stay energized and lose fat. It’s worth noting that most alkaline foods are plant-based foods.  Here are 10 alkaline foods you should be eating.
    1. Almonds
    Unlike most nuts, which are acidic, almonds are alkaline. Research shows that they lower bad cholesterol and boost energy levels. Drinking almond milk can also give you these health benefits.
    2. Broccoli
    Broccoli is a highly alkalizing food. According to research, broccoli fights cancer, improves digestion, detoxifies the body, and improves cardiovascular system. Find different ways to add broccoli to your diet and make sure you eat it at least 4 times a week.
    3. Avocado
    Avocado is one of those foods you should eat every day. It will neutralize the acids in your stomach, reduce risk of cancer, lower bad cholesterol and improve heart health. Note that saturated fats from avocados aren’t bad for your health, but if you’re trying to lose weight calories are a concern, one large avocado has 400 calories.
    4. Spinach
    Spinach is one of the healthiest leafy greens. It’s highly alkaline and has lots of health benefits. Add it to your salads, smoothies, and main meals.
    5. Cucumber
    Cucumbers have high water content and can keep you hydrated. They also contain antioxidants which fight inflammation. Lastly, research shows that cucumbers reduce risk of cardiovascular disease and fight different types of cancer.
     6. Celery
    Celery is rich in vitamin C, which plays a vital role in our health. Vitamin C fights inflammation, strengthens immune system and improves cardiovascular health. Luckily, it’s easy to add celery in your diet, put it in smoothies, soups, and main meals.
    7. Ripe bananas
    All bananas aren’t the same. Unripe bananas are acidic and can cause stomach upset. But ripe bananas (with brown spots) are highly alkalizing and have plenty of vitamins and minerals.
    8. Watermelon
    Watermelons will remove toxins in your body due to high water and fiber content. They’ll also give you alkalinity and lots of nutrients.
    9. Lemons
    There’s a misconception that lemons are acidic but after digestion they become alkaline. Add a slice of lemon to drinking water or drink fresh lemon juice to get the many health benefits of lemons.
    10. Kale
    Kale is known for its disease fighting abilities. It can lower bad cholesterol, reduce risk of cancer, and detoxify the body. Eat kale 3-4 times a week to get these benefits.
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An Unexpected New Lung Function Has Been Found - They Make Blood
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Researchers have discovered that the lungs play a far more complex role in mammalian bodies than we thought, with new evidence revealing that they don't just facilitate respiration - they also play a key role in blood production. 
In experiments involving mice, the team found that they produce more than 10 million platelets (tiny blood cells) per hour, equating to the majority of platelets in the animals' circulation. This goes against the decades-long assumption that bone marrow produces all of our blood components.
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Researchers from the University of California, San Francisco also discovered a previously unknown pool of blood stem cells that makes this happen inside the lung tissue - cells that were incorrectly assumed to mainly reside in bone marrow.
"This finding definitely suggests a more sophisticated view of the lungs - that they're not just for respiration, but also a key partner in formation of crucial aspects of the blood," says one of the researchers, Mark R. Looney.
"What we've observed here in mice strongly suggests the lung may play a key role in blood formation in humans as well."
While the lungs have been known to produce a limited amount of platelets - platelet-forming cells called megakaryocytes have been identified in the lungs before - scientists have long assumed that most of the cells responsible for blood production are kept inside the bone marrow.
Here, a process called haematopoiesis was thought to churn out oxygen-laden red blood cells, infection-fighting  white blood cells, and platelets - blood components required for the clotting that halts bleeding. 
But scientists have now watched megakaryocytes functioning from within the lung tissue to produce not a few, but most of the body's platelets.
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So how did we miss such a crucial biological process this whole time? 
The discovery was made possible by a new type of technology based on two-photon intravital imaging - a similar technique to one used by a separate team this week to discover a previously unidentified function of the brain's cerebellum. 
The process involves inserting a substance called green fluorescent protein (GFP) into the mouse genome -  a protein that's naturally produced by bioluminescent animals such as jellyfish, and is harmless to living cells.
The mouse platelets started to emit bright green fluorescence as they circulated around the body in real time, allowing the team to trace their paths like never before.
They noticed a surprisingly large population of platelet-producing megakaryocytes inside the lung tissue, which initially didn't make much sense, seeing as they're usually associated with bone marrow.
"When we discovered this massive population of megakaryocytes that appeared to be living in the lung, we realised we had to follow this up," says one of the team, Emma Lefrançais.
They found that this huge supply of megakaryocytes is actually producing more than 10 million platelets per hour in the lungs of mice, which means at least half of the body's total platelet production is occurring in the lungs.
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Further experiments also revealed vast amounts of previously hidden blood stem cells and megakaryocyte progenitor cells (cells that give rise to megakaryocyte and red blood cells) sitting just outside the lung tissue - about 1 million per mouse lung.
When the researchers traced the entire 'life cycle' of the megakaryocytes, they found that they likely originate in the bone marrow, then make their way to the lungs, where they start platelet production.
"It's fascinating that megakaryocytes travel all the way from the bone marrow to the lungs to produce platelets," says one of the team, Guadalupe Ortiz-Muñoz
"It's possible that the lung is an ideal bioreactor for platelet production because of the mechanical force of the blood, or perhaps because of some molecular signalling we don't yet know about."
The researchers wanted to investigate if their discovery could have an effect on how we treat disorders such as lung inflammation, bleeding, and transplantation in the future, by transplanting lungs with fluorescent megakaryocyte progenitor cells into mice with low platelet counts.
The transplants produced a massive burst of platelets that quickly restored the depleted platelet counts to normal levels, and the effect lasted for several months.
Another experiment tested what would happen if the bone marrow wasn't playing a role in blood production.
The team implanted lungs with fluorescent megakaryocyte progenitor cells into mice that had been engineered to have no blood stem cells in their bone marrow.
As Michael Irving reports for New Atlas, they watched as the fluorescent cells from the transplanted lungs made their way to the bone marrow, where they not only helped to produce platelets, but also other key blood components, such as neutrophils, B cells and T cells.
The findings will need to be replicated in humans before we can know for sure that the same process is occurring within our own bodies, but the study makes a strong case for this hidden function in what could be one of our most underrated organs.
It will likely also prompt scientists to investigate further how the bone marrow and lungs work together to produce our blood supply. 
"It has been known for decades that the lung can be a site of platelet production, but this study amplifies this idea by demonstrating that the [mouse] lung is a major participant in the process," Traci Mondoro from the US National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, who was not involved in the study, said in a press statement.
"Looney and his team have disrupted some traditional ideas about the pulmonary role in platelet-related hematopoiesis, paving the way for further scientific exploration of this integrated biology."

The research has been published in Nature.