Training Dogs to detect Cancer

Posted by Jonathan on 10/25/2016 to News
 Training Dogs to detect Cancer

Throughout time, dogs have been used as a status symbol, protection,used in wars specifically in ancient Greece. They have been used by proper ladies to walk her home in the 1700 and 1800's, used as police officers, used as drug dogs,used to hunt,and even in WW1, dogs were trained and used to be messengers. Other uses for dogs over the years, are dogs for the disabled,transportation and hauling by the early settlers, and basically, Mans best friend and house hold family spoiled rotten pet. I could go on and on as to what dogs have been used for, but the one new up and coming trend these champions are being trained for, is to detect cancer in the human body.

It all started years ago when a dog

Nutrition for Lyme disease

Posted by Heather taylor on 10/4/2016 to News
Nutrition for Lyme disease
A tick-borne, multisystemic disease, Lyme borreliosis caused by the spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi has grown into a major public health problem during the last 10 years. The primary treatment for chronic Lyme disease is administration of various antibiotics. However, relapse often occurs when antibiotic treatment is discontinued. One possible explanation for this is that B. burgdorferi become resistant to antibiotic treatment, by converting from their vegetative spirochete form into different round bodies and/or into biofilmlike colonies. There is an urgent need to find novel therapeutic agents that can eliminate all these different morphologies of B. burgdorferi. In this study, two herbal extracts, Samento and Banderol, as well as doxycycline (one of the primary antibiotics for

Lyme disease and hair loss

Posted by Jonathan on 10/1/2016 to News

Lyme disease and hair loss

Before I go into Lyme disease and hair loss, I believe it is more important to understand exactly what Lyme is and the fact that there are 200.000 new cases a year , and as you will see below, those are just the cases that test positive through a blood test. There are probably and estimated thousands who have Lyme disease yet test negative .

I was recently diagnosed with advanced chronic Lyme disease and have received quite the education on the subject. The first thing I learned is, that YOU CANNOT COUNT ON JUST THE BLOOD TEST ALONE. The second thing I learned is, that even the CDC admits there is no conclusive test for Lyme and that the current test's we have are not full proof. Someone like me, can test negative for years yet still have it.(see explanation below). It reminds many of the early 80's when AID'S attacked us. Many tested negative yet were actually positive and many who tested poz were getting false positive results. There just isn't a conclusive reliable test for it. I am going to try and simplify this blog the best I can (including my own story), because Lyme is a very complicated disease.


What is Lyme disease?

The definition of lyme disease is