Tag Archives: stroke

STOP CALLING IT “HIDDEN” SUGAR!

The World Health Organization (WHO) provided a document supplied by the Centers For Disease Control (CDC) entitled, “Consumption of Added Sugars Among U.S. Adults, 2005–2010.” In this document, it was determined that the maximum daily consumption of added sugar should not exceed: 25 grams or 6 teaspoons per day. (REFERENCE: Consumption of Added Sugars Among […]

THE STROKE THAT CONFUSED DOCTORS

The gentleman was 89 years old. He was already taking Nifedipine and Atenolol (blood pressure medications,) Clopidogrel (a blood thinner,) Baby Aspirin (a blood thinner,) and Simvastatin (a cholesterol medication.) The combination of these pharmaceutical drugs were supposed to protect against cardiovascular disease and stroke. On February 9th, 2016, this gentleman drove himself to the […]

STRESS ISN’T REALLY THAT DANGEROUS; IS IT?

“My job creates so much stress.” “My marriage is so stressful.” “The holidays are always a stressful time of year.” We hear the word “STRESS” so often, we are almost immune to the REAL HARM it often produces. It is NOT just a NOUN or VERB. It is an EMOTION that causes SERIOUS HEALTH COMPLICATIONS […]

WHAT IF THIS WAS YOUR CHILD?

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny wrote the following text. It is short, but provides important information every parent should be aware of. What a poignant picture of vaccine damage. This picture was taken five days after the little girl received six vaccines – two days, as it turned out, before she died. Cranial nerve VII, the facial nerve, […]

THE WEIGHT LOSS CHALLENGE

Many of us know that our weight is a problem, however, it really doesn’t interfere with our abilities to do the daily tasks at hand. We know it leads to high blood pressure, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, depression, liver disease, gall bladder disease, high cholesterol, stroke and cancer. The list is pretty long, but the fear […]

OBESITY: The Physical, Emotional and Financial Costs

This is a difficult subject to write about because it involves subject areas that are politically sensitive. I will attempt to convey this sensitive material factually while attempting to be respectful.  This is a very important topic that affects better than 30 percent of the adult population and approximately 18-25 percent of children. If we include […]