Monday, October 30, 2006

An End to Prostate Problems?

Breakthrough Detoxification Research Now Being Conducted
Posted by Dr. Eddy on Saturday, October 28, 2006 at 5:02 PM Permalink
California, August 30, 2006.

Prostate conditions such as prostatitis, enlarged prostate and prostate cancer are affecting men worldwide. In fact, more than 50% of all men 50 and over suffer from an enlarged prostate (Benign Prostate Hyperplasia or BPH). The problem gets worse as men age. That’s just one possible prostate condition. Another widespread affliction is prostatitis. It affects younger as well as older men.

This week, World Health Products received full Investigational Review Board (IRB) approval to conduct clinical trial on an innovative detoxifying product, Detoxamin®, in conjunction with the antibiotic, tetracycline. Pre-study trials indicate that this combination therapy will reduce or eliminate prostate problems. The study is slated to begin September 9, 2006 at the Tustin Longevity Center in Tustin, California under the direction of Rita Ellithorpe, MD, a specialist in integrative medicine.A recent discovery has revealed a minute life form, much smaller than the smallest bacteria. It’s called nanobacteria.

Many medical scientists believe these culprits cause hardening of the arteries, kidney stones and other degenerative conditions. These ultra microbes are thought to encase themselves in a shell of calcium. Researchers involved in this current study have uncovered convincing evidence pointing to nanobacteria forming calcifications or stones on the prostate. These continually growing stones are thought to cause pressure on the prostate giving rise to prostatitis and BPH.

Studies suggest that calcium biofilm surrounding the nanobacteria can removed by an amino acid, EDTA, contained in a product called Detoxamin.The nanobacteria are exposed and then destroyed by tetracycline. This one-two approach of killing the nanobacteria with tetracycline and dissolving the calcium deposits with Detoxamin is the foundation for conducting this study.

There is evidence that EDTA also has beneficial results in diminishing hardening of the arteries, atherosclosis. Detoxamin also chelates or binds poisonous heavy metals within deep tissues and enables the body to easily eliminate the toxins through urine and feces. “Our clinical trial will determine if prostate calcifications will either reduce in size or be eliminated altogether. Furthermore, we will also find out if symptoms decrease or disappear,” says Larry Clapp, PhD, co-investigator and author of Prostate Health in 90 Days.

Toxic heavy metals have been implicated in many diseases of aging from Alzheimer’s, to cardiovascular disease. “I have over 500 patients with a variety of conditions in my practice that I placed on Detoxamin; the reason, because mostly everyone I have tested has a variety of heavy metal build up in their bodies.

Detoxamin is a safe, effective and convenient way to remove these menacing toxins. Therefore, we eliminate the causative agents so that other therapies can work in combination and repair the damage heavy metals cause to cells, tissues and organs,” as stated by Dr. Ellithorpe, the Principle Investigator of the study. This new clinical study supports the use of combination therapy to curtail or eliminate the growing prostate problems.

Increasing evidence is showing that milk is the biggest dietary cause of prostate cancer. In the book The Milk Imperative, the direct link bewteen the consumption of dairy milk and prostate cancer is clearly shown. Calcium in milk actis to ‘feed’ nanobacteria, causing harmful calcification in the prostate which leads to cancer. Get the facts now – go to

Friday, October 27, 2006

Why vitamin D in milk is no good

(Extract from comments made by Dr. Joseph Mercola,

Basically there are two types of oral vitamin D supplements. The natural ones are D3, and they contain the same vitamin D your body makes when exposed to sunshine. The synthetic ones are vitamin D2, which are sometimes called ergocalciferol.

Once either form of the vitamin is in your body, it needs to be converted to a more active form. Vitamin D3 is converted 500 percent faster than vitamin D2. While there have been no clinical trials to date demonstrating conclusively that D2 prevents fractures, every clinical trial of D3 has shown it does.

However, nearly all the prescription-based supplements contain synthetic vitamin D2, which was first produced in the 1920s through ultraviolet exposure of foods. The process was patented and licensed to drug companies for use in prescription vitamins. In case you didn't know, the vitamin D that is added to milk is NOT D3 but the highly inferior vitamin D2.

The study linked above concluded that "vitamin D2 should no longer be regarded as a nutrient appropriate for supplementation or fortification of foods."

That being said, optimizing your sun exposure and levels of vitamin D3 may, indeed, be one of the most important physical steps you can take in support of your long-term health.

Conventional medicine is finally beginning to get on board the vitamin-D3 bandwagon, using the natural power of sunshine to treat type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis during a woman's pregnancy and even tuberculosis.

It is important to understand that the ideal and STRONGLY preferred method of increasing your vitamin D3 level is through appropriate sun exposure. I really do not advise oral supplements, not even cod liver oil now, UNLESS you can have your blood levels regularly monitored.

It just is too risky. I have seen too many potentially dangerous elevations of vitamin D levels, including my own, from those that are taking oral supplements.

But when you get your vitamin D from appropriate sun exposure your body can indeed self-regulate and greatly reduce vitamin D production if you don't need it, which makes it very difficult to overdose on vitamin D from sun exposure.
Note: The book The Milk Imperative explains why vitamin D is a double edged sword, and why it is actually harmful to health when added to milk.

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Raw milk is bad food

Washington Post (Letter to the Editor)

Wednesday, October 18, 2006; Page A20

I hope that Post readers will not disregard, as author Thomas Bartlett apparently did, the body of scientific evidence and the advice of public health experts at the Food and Drug Administration regarding the hazards associated with the consumption of raw milk ["The Raw Deal," Magazine, Oct. 1].

In the article, advocates cited belief in this or that benefit of raw milk without offering much data to support those beliefs. But the public health experts at the FDA cited many scientific studies, including epidemiological investigations, that tie the consumption of raw milk to human illness. It almost seems as if the raw milk advocates believe the FDA is lying about the hazards.
I wonder about accountability and consequences if something bad happens as result of people following the advice of these advocates. Even if they were not found to be legally liable for encouraging people to consume raw milk, they will have to answer to their consciences for any illnesses or deaths that result.

JACK MOWBRAYWest Friendship

Note: In the book The Milk Imperative evidence is provided showing why raw milk has no redeeming features at all. For more information go to

Monday, October 02, 2006

Eat Green Veggies for Strong Bones

(Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Eat your greens! They're chock full of vitamin K. Dark green vegetables, like spinach and kale, may be the secret to healthy bones in women. Deficiency of vitamin K can lead to osteoporosis.

Researchers from the University of Michigan School of Nursing in Ann Arbor report healthy bone growth depends on adequate consumption of vitamin K. Most young women don't get enough of the vitamin to build strong bones and ultimately prevent osteoporosis.
Vitamin K is essential to make the bone protein osteocalcin fully functional. With adequate vitamin K, osteocalcin binds to calcium, strengthening bones. When estrogen levels decline during menopause, women experience an impairment in the function of vitamin K.
Researchers studied the bone density, diet, and blood tests of healthy middle-aged and young-adult women. The study reveals women are not getting enough vitamin K to maintain bone health before menopause.

They report women should try to strengthen their bones before menopause when declining production of estrogen causes bone density loss. Weight-bearing exercises can help young women protect their bones. All women should try to boost their intake of vitamin K, write the researchers.


Note: As explained in The Milk Imperative, dairy milk contains little vitamin K. Worse still, the antibiotics in pasteurized milk virtually cancel out many of the vitamins contained in the milk consumed. Research shows that vitamin K in dairy milk hardly gets absorbed or used by the body because of antibiotics. For more information go to