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In response to: Human Heart Can Repair Itself, Study Suggests

Wed, 04 Apr 2012 15:56:47 +0000

14 years ago my husband died of Mesothelioma. it was heart wrenching to watch him in pain and just fading away to a shadow of what he once was. Naturally I was devastated. He was my soul mate. I had always been really fit with only the odd illness. I developed high blood pressure though I did not know it until I went to the doctor because of breathlesness, chest pains and cramping of leg muscles when walking up hill. There are plenty of hill where I live. An ECG. showed I had a heart condition that was variously described as an enlarged heart and thickened heart walls. Luckily I had sought help in time. I was prescribed medication to control my blood pressure and to cut a long story short 10 years later my heart is showing to be normal. So given the chance by one means or another The heart does appear to mend itself. I am curious as to the cause of death in the those autopsied as even those who died 552 days later lived less than two years after the transplant. Perhaps the invasion of the Y chromosomes does not indicate that the heart was being helped by the recieving body but the opposite and that the receptor was fighting off a foreign invader.



In response to: Histone-Deacetylase Activity of Short Chain Fatty Acids

Tue, 06 Dec 2011 19:14:46 +0000

Intrinsia is absolutely nothing short of miraculous! After 2 1/2 weeks the two areas where I would have pain in the colon have disappeared! My stomach, small intestine and colon are no longer feeling inflammed and sore.



In response to: Clue found to fried-food cancer risk

Tue, 06 Dec 2011 19:08:36 +0000

We have a reverse osmosis filter, we use this water for tea and cooking and then put some in a gallon jug with 30 drops of concentrated minerals from Utah. I've also heard that fluoride that is heated up in the water changes chemical composition and is quite harmful to the body.



In response to: Garlic, onions may help fight prostate cancer

Thu, 24 Feb 2011 13:19:01 +0000

B-YYZ:

http://www.dadamo.com/B2blogs/blogs/index.php/2011/02/08/lycopene-without-the-tomatoes?blog=27



In response to: Garlic, onions may help fight prostate cancer

Thu, 24 Feb 2011 13:12:52 +0000

The article states that "Earlier studies have found that that eating tomatoes and tomato products can lower the risk of prostate cancer. Italy, where tomato sauce and garlic are favorites, has one of the lowest rates of prostate cancer in Europe."

According to my blood type, Tomatoes are an "AVOID" food.

Now what?





In response to: Light Smoking Linked to Increased MI And Mortality Risk

Thu, 20 May 2010 03:23:44 +0000

Smoking hurts the whole family, especially the children. Children breath twice as fast as adults so they inhale double the toxins with a smaller body. Anything you can offer to help people to quit smoking is worth every dollar it may cost you.



In response to: Vasectomy Does Not Increase Prostate Cancer Risk

Wed, 14 Apr 2010 20:38:24 +0000

Had 2 PSA tests within 6 weeks come back 10.0 and 9.8 respectively. It seems that any/all symptoms of prostate problems that I experienced 6 months ago have all but disappeared. I feel fine: cholesterol and blood pressures have dropped 10+% in past 6 weeks. I do not think a biopsy of the prostate is in order at this point. I would like feedback. Thanks



In response to: Helping to Control Hepatitis C with Diet and Exercise

Mon, 24 Aug 2009 20:28:08 +0000

I appreciate very much the help I received from "Eat right 4 your type" book and I suggested it to my friends and all those who suffered from various diseases with suitable medications. Several came back to me with appreciations. For the moment my brother is suffering from Hepatitis C He is Type O+. He is an African aged 60. He is under medication but it is too harsh for him for 4 months. He has already lost Kg 10. I need help. Deborah.