Manuka Honey Kills Antibiotic-Resistant Superbugs, is Most Effective Antibiotic Known on Earth

September 18, 2017 at 7:33 pm




As modern medicine grapples with the global epidemic of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, scientists are beginning to accept that Mother Nature may have had the answer all along.

Polyamory Increases Testosterone, Makes You Live Longer

September 5, 2017 at 1:07 am





A 2007 study that didn’t get much publicity found that polyamorous people have higher testosterone levels than both single people and people in monogamous relationships.

It’s long been known monogamously married men have lower testosterone levels than (presumably more promiscuous) single men, but polyamourous men (and women!) in multiple committed relationships have the highest testosterone levels of all.

Is Fasting the Fountain of Youth?

July 19, 2017 at 8:21 pm




The less you eat the longer you live, and the healthier you are, according to experts on aging and longevity, who’ve discovered fasting protects our genes and speeds up the regeneration of our cells.

“It’s been known for a long time that one way to extend the lifespan of laboratory animals is simply to reduce their energy (calorie) intake,” says
Mark Mattson, a neuroscientist at the National Institute on Aging and professor at Johns Hopkins University.

The Placebo Effect Proves We Can Heal Ourselves With Our Minds

July 16, 2017 at 3:59 am




In a documentary called The Power of Thought, stem-cell biologist Dr. Bruce Lipton estimates at least a third of all healings – including those involving drugs, surgery and all other allopathic treatment – have nothing to do with the treatment itself, but everything to do with the patient’s belief in the treatment.

The placebo effect, as defined by Google, is a “beneficial effect, produced by a placebo drug or treatment that cannot be attributed to the properties of the placebo itself, and must therefore be due to the patient’s belief in that treatment.”

What a Gatherer-Hunter Diet Did to a Man’s Gut in Just Three Days

July 7, 2017 at 5:46 pm

After just three days of living and eating with the Hadza gatherer-hunters, the gut flora of a relatively healthy British professor were transformed for the better.




Tim Spector, a genetic epidemiology professor at King’s College London, has been studying the “major influence” gut bacteria (and other microbes) have on our immune system, metabolism, mood and general health. What he and his colleagues have found is the greater the gut flora diversity – the more types of microbes – the better. High diversity is associated with low risk of obesity and all types of disease.

Spector says he already knew changing to a more Paleolithic diet could cause major shifts in unhealthy people with low-diversity, unstable gut flora, but he wanted to know how much the microbiome of a relatively healthy Westerner could be improved by adopting a 100-percent authentic gatherer-hunter diet.

Man Relives Circumcision in Somatic Therapy

May 11, 2017 at 9:46 pm

A man claims to have relived his circumcision multiple times during a series of orgone therapy sessions:




In a therapy similar to somatic therapy he remembered lying in an operating room and not being able to move his arms. He remembered the doctor making eye contact, “and then I felt the shock of the pain in my genitals.”

Waking Up to Alarm Clocks is Torture, Oxford Scientist Says

March 2, 2017 at 5:31 pm

Body clock scientist calls for massive societal changes to move the start of the business day to 10 a.m.




Employers worldwide have been “torturing” their employees with sleep deprivation since the industrial revolution by making them come to work when they should be sleeping, says Dr. Paul Kelley of Oxford University’s Sleep and Circadian Institute. The same goes for schools and their students.

The typical 9-5 workday and 8-3 school-day – which requires most of those trapped in the grind to wake before the sun – is out of tune with our natural circadian rhythms.

Kerrygold Butter Was Too Popular, So Wisconsin Outlawed It

February 21, 2017 at 8:33 pm




It’s no surprise that America’s Dairyland isn’t thrilled by the increasing popularity of a foreign competitor, but the depths to which the State of Wisconsin has stooped to outlaw Kerrygold Irish butter are outright un-American:

Photo Showing Breast Milk Killing Harmful Bacteria Goes Viral

February 10, 2017 at 9:31 am




A photo showing droplets of breast breast milk fending off armies of harmful bacteria in Petri dishes is going viral on Facebook.

The photo, posted by a biology student in England, features nine Petri dishes completely colonized with the bacteria M. Luteus, except in the center, where tiny puddles of breast milk have created what looks like “moats” of protection around themselves.

The student, Vicky Green, said she had similar results with Petri dishes full of e.Coli and the dreaded anti-biotic resistant “super bug” MRSA.

Documentary Claims You Can “Eat the Sun”

January 29, 2017 at 5:58 pm




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Turns out people – like plants – can get nourishment directly from the sun, and not just Vitamin D.

A documentary called Eat the Sun follows a young man on his journey into the world of sun-gazing, an ancient practice that involves staring directly into the sun for up to 45 minutes at a time.