Are most diseases caused by pathogens?

Find out how to start healing from pathogenic diseases.  “Pathogen” or “pathos” in greek means suffering or passion, and “genes” means producer of.  Is a pathogen literally a producer of suffering?  A pathogen is commonly referred to as a virus, bacteria or fungus which causes diseases in the host, which in our case, is our body.  But, regardless of the meaning of the word, not all pathogens are harmful for our body, in fact, we live with many thousands of pathogens inside and outside of our body and without them we would not be alive.  However, it has been found that many diseases are associated with different types of pathogens, from cancer to depression, are we at the whim of pathogens? are our bodies, thoughts, feelings and emotions controlled by them our whole life? and if that is so, wouldn’t the best way to treat these diseases be by directly targeting pathogens? Continue reading “Are most diseases caused by pathogens?”


Craving sugar and carbs? gut bacterial imbalances

Our bodies are covered by bacteria inside and out.  We can’t see them, which is good news, but, just like our emotions they can get out of balance. Some will grow larger in population while the others will start diminishing and before you know it, your beneficial bacteria are fighting to survive inside your gut.  Continue reading “Craving sugar and carbs? gut bacterial imbalances”

Our love of grain, where’s the gain?

bread-83242_1280It comes in all shapes, sizes and colors! Tastes great, feels good in the mouth, can’t wait to get another bite! We rely on it most days for our staple, yet, do we know the history of it? where and how it is processed today? and what the effects are on our body, mind and emotions? Continue reading “Our love of grain, where’s the gain?”

Starving Cancer: Ketogenic Diet a Key to Recovery

“A cancer treatment that is free. It involves starving cancer cells of the fuel they love. The ketogenic diet is a high-fat, adequate-protein, low-carbohydrate diet that in medicine is used primarily to treat difficult-to-control (refractory) epilepsy in children. The diet forces the body to burn fats rather than carbohydrates. Continue reading “Starving Cancer: Ketogenic Diet a Key to Recovery”