Saturday, November 3, 2007


Have you ever heard, "This product will kill 99% of all germs....[or even 99.9%?]. How about: "That which does not kill us makes us stronger." Friedrich Nietzsche. It's the only time I agreed with anything Nietzsche said. Think about it. If those germs that were in the 1% that were not killed by whatever noxious chemical they were subjected to; what do you suppose happens to them? Answer: they get stronger!!!!!

Did you know our own immune systems work that way too? We are exposed to a small amount of germs while we are in a healthy state and our bodies get stronger, they fight off that disease and become immune to it.

Did you ever wonder why Mexican Nationals can safely eat fresh veggies and drink the water in Mexico when if we do; we get sick? They have developed immunites to the local hazards.

We try to live in a safe world, encompassing ourselves round about with cleansers, and disease killers and fences and towers made of chemicals and yes, for a time they do protect us. But the long term effects are that we become weaker, we are innundated by these chemicals that not only circumvent our immune systems and don't allow our bodies do the work they were intended to do, but also weaken us by filling us up with the hazardous soup we have surrounded our little worlds with.

Now we have created little monsters we are not only NOT immune to but our little chemical strongholds aren't powerful enough to deal with.....These little monsters eat away at our flesh and kill us slowly. And I got a newsflash for you, it's not just in the Hospital you can contract this disease, you can get it at home. My brother had it on his foot when he was in his teens, 40 years ago, so this is not new, He recovered but the elderly and small unhealthy children don't survive. It's not a particularily pleasant way to go, there is great pain as that infection races through the blood stream unchecked. Did I hear you say it's better now that we lve in an age where modern medicine can cure so many diseases? Well an infection can take you out just like you were living in 1330 and your neighbors are all dying of the plague. Why do I say this? Because SA and MRSA are the plague now.

from an email by Dr. Nan Fuchs:
Astounding. That's how one epidemiologist described a study that recently received quite a bit of media attention. She could have added, "terrifying," because according to this new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) research, your chances of falling prey to an unusually aggressive and life-threatening bacterium are much higher than previously thought.
But after the news anchors shared this grim report, they immediately moved on to political news, traffic, weather, etc., leaving many viewers to wonder –
How do I protect myself?
I'm glad you asked.
As villains go, it doesn't have a very catchy name, but methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a villainous bacterium – resistant to most antibiotics, easily transmitted by casual contact, and responsible for as much as 20 percent of all infections picked up in hospitals and other health care facilities.
Even worse, MRSA is deadly. And while this has been known for many years, the new CDC study indicates that this bacterium may be twice as deadly as previously thought.
From July 2004 through the end of 2005, researchers tracked statistics collected from nine U.S. health care centers that participated in a special bacterial surveillance program. Extrapolating the data, researchers estimated that more than 94,000 patients were infected with invasive MRSA during the study period, and 85 percent of the infections were associated with health care treatment.
Well over 18,500 of the infected patients died.

Some hospitals test incoming patients for MSRA and then isolate infected patients. This is somewhat controversial because sequestered patients may not receive the same level of care as uninfected patients. While that issue is open to debate, the New York Times reports that a hospital system in Chicago has cut the rate of MSRA infections by 60 percent since screening began in 2005.
Which brings us to the question: What can you do to reduce your risk of infection during a planned hospital stay?

You can begin by choosing a hospital with a high safety rating. The Department of Health and Human Services web site ( provides an assessment of the level of care at participating hospitals. You can easily search the database by entering a hospital name, zip code, city, county, or state.

Another similar web site ( collects mortality data on more than 5,000 U.S. hospitals. You can also search for information about individual physicians and nursing homes on this site.

Once you've chosen a top rated hospital, what steps can you take to personally prepare yourself for a hospital stay? When I put this question to HSI Panelist Allan Spreen, M.D., he began and ended his comments with vitamin C.

Dr. Spreen: "I'd be taking vitamin C by the grams (to bowel tolerance then just below), but right before surgery you'd have to cut back to keep from hindering the anesthesia (which is another toxin, remember). I'd also be taking beta-glucan as an immune stimulant.

"For strict bactericidal activity I'd be doing olive leaf extract, grapefruit seed extract (not grape seed, though I like it too), and colloidal silver. In other words, I'd be pulling out all the stops. If I had a reasonable doc I'd be getting vitamin C intravenously post-op – then the MRSA wouldn't be a factor. Yep, vitamin C in high enough doses kills ALL invading bugs. Fred Klenner, MD, proved that back in the 40's (but who's listening?)."

I take a great anti-germ, bacteria, viral,and fungal product:CellPower™ a natural germ killer, not one to impower superbugs. It also resists fungal infections like Candida Albacans

and also I'm using:
FLAX SEED OIL for my colon, but of course
~Glutathione-the master antioxidant is a great helper to counteract many diabetic complications.
~4 essential minerals for diabetics
~SELENIUMhelps immune system,fights infection and aids circulation
~MAGNESIUMhelps to relax you, aids stress and muscle relaxing
~CHROMIUMimproves insulin sensitivity, and helps lower blood sugar.
~ZINC especially to help you heal.
~coconut oil

for the Omega-3~6 balance and losing weight

~SELENIUMhelps immune system,fights infection and aids circulation
~MAGNESIUMhelps to relax you, aids stress and muscle relaxing
~CHROMIUMimproves insulin sensitivity, and helps lower blood sugar.
~ZINC every day.
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~~~Jokes and Inspiration~~~
One sunny day in 2008, an old man approached the White House from across Pennsylvania Avenue, where he'd been sitting on a park bench.

He spoke to the Marine standing guard and said, "I would like to go in and meet with President Hillary Clinton."

The Marine replied, "Sir, Mrs. Clinton is not the President and doesn't reside here."

The old man said, "Okay," and walked away.

The following day, the same man approached the White House and said to the same Marine, "I would like to go in and meet with President Hillary Clinton".

The Marine again told the man, "Sir, as I said yesterday, Mrs. Clinton is not the President and doesn't reside here."

The man thanked him and again walked away . . .

The third day, the same man approached the White House and spoke to the very same Marine, saying "I would like to go in and meet with President Hillary Clinton."

The Marine, understandably agitated at this point, looked at the man and Said, "Sir, this is the third day in a row you have been here asking to Speak to Mrs. Clinton. I've told you already several times that Mrs. Clinton is not the President and doesn't reside here. Don't you understand?"

The old man answered, "Oh, I understand you fine, I just love hearing your answer!"

The Marine snapped to attention, saluted, and said, "See you tomorrow."

Heavenly Father, Help us remember that the jerk who cut us off in traffic last night is a single mother who worked nine hours that day and is rushing home to cook dinner, help with homework, do the laundry and spend a few precious moments with her children.

Help us to remember that the pierced, tattooed, disinterested young man who can't make change correctly is a worried 19-year-old college student, balancing his apprehension over final exams with his fear of not getting his student loans for next semester.

Remind us, Lord, that the scary looking bum, begging for money in the same spot every day (who really ought to get a job!) is a slave to addictions that we can only imagine in our worst nightmares.

Help us to remember that the old couple walking annoyingly slow through the store aisles and blocking our shopping progress are savoring this moment, knowing that, based on the biopsy reports he got back last week, this will be the last year that they go shopping together.

Heavenly Father, remind us each day that, of all the gifts you give us, the greatest gift is love. It is not enough to share that love with those we hold dear. Open our hearts not to just those who are close to us, but to all humanity. Let us be slow to judge and quick to forgive, show patience, empathy and love. Matt 5:44

A zookeeper wanted to get some extra animals for his zoo, so he decided to compose a letter. The only problem was that he didn't know the plural of 'Mongoose'.

He started the letter: "To whom it may concern, I need two Mongeese."

No, that won't work, he thought and tried again: "To whom it may concern, I need two Mongooses." Is that right?

Finally, he got an idea: "To whom it may concern, I need a Mongoose, and while you're at it, send me another one."

I don't make jokes. I just watch the government
and report the facts.
-- Will Rogers,

All marriages are mixed marriages.
-- Chantal Saperstein

A celebrity is a person who works hard all his
life to become well known, then wears dark glasses
to avoid being recognized.
-- Fred Allen

Why is it that our memory is good enough to
retain the least triviality that happens to us, and
yet not good enough to recollect how often we have
told it to the same person?
-- Francois de La Rochefoucauld

Have a terifically wonderfully awesome day filled with Love, and Health and Peace.


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