Iherb is one of the cheapest places to get vitamins/minerals on the net. It has very low shipping rates and an extensive range. It is the cheapest source of selenium we can find.
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This is the cheapest source of ozone generators. Ozone (03) when bubbled through water becomes hydrogen peroxide (H2O2). Ozone is a common reagent in many chemical reactions and makes a great steraliser. It also neutralises many odors.
The Champion juicer is a masticating juicer that never jams, is easy to use (accepts large pieces), easy to clean and cheaper than many other juicers. It operates at 1725 RPM which is faster than a press type juicer (~100 RPM) but much slower than a centrifugal juicer (3,000~18,000 RPM). This juicer has been around for about 50 years virtually unchanged. This is probably the last juicer you will ever buy because most owners never sell them (try finding one second hand?). The best source for Victorians is the Retsel Grainmaster site run by Kevin Rogers. Kevin is a very knowledgeable about juicers (he sells all kinds) and pleasant to deal with.
DPA measures arterial health including arterial thickness and flexibility. DPA provides an arterial age which can be compared to your chronological age. This technique allows you to pinpoint why you have arterial problems. DPA uses the blood pressure wave as the basis for measurement. It is a non-invasive technique requiring only an optical sensor which is clipped to the finger. The test itself only takes 60 seconds. This measurement technique is ideal for cardiologists or any health professional with an interest in arterial health.
Lisa Matriste (Amalgam free dentistry): This is one of the few dentists that remove amalgam while taking every precaution to make sure that the highly toxic methy mercury produced in the extraction process is not absorbed by the body. Dentique uses diamond crown a type of composite which is more biocompatible and less cytotoxic than traditional composites.
Gerard Judd was a professor of chemistry and a specialist in fluoride. He has some interesting things to say about teeth and health in general. He was a very practical chemist so his tips are mostly things anybody can do. This book makes chemistry exciting!
Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride is a neurologist who is showing that autism revolves around gut dysfunction. She has demonstrated the ability to reverse autism both in her own son and in other children. Her book contains good explanations on what causes the problem and how to reverse it. She also demonstrates that the other psychological conditions respond to the same interventions... which is good news for the multitude of people with problems. Read the book... this is a well informed perspective on the problem.
Statins cause Q10 depletion, memory loss and sometimes effects like muscle pain or muscle breakdown. They are effective in only a few percent of the population (at best). Duanne Gravelind a NASA Space Doctor has written a well referenced book spelling out the pathways this drug affects. Well worth a read if you're on Statins or if you're curious about cell biology.
Peter Duesberg PhD is a Professor of Molecular Biology University of California Berkley. If you want to explore the science behind AIDS and want an informed opinion his book is extremely well referenced source. A secondary source is House of Numbers an interesting AIDS documentary which interviews Gallo/Montagnier co-discoverers of the HIV virus and elicits much surprising information.
HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) the virus v's AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome)... the Syndrome. A syndrome is a collection of symptoms... not a discrete disease. This is an informative documentary on HIV/AIDS.
This is a great set of writing tips from Roy Peter Clark of the Poynter Institute. It's an audio in mp3 format. They're freely downloadable from itunes. This is the kind of thing you wish your English teacher had told you a long time ago.
This bit of research by Colin Wheildon tells you how to maximise comprehension when writing and explains why you may be having trouble reading information. The numbers are staggering with each of 3 major tips responsible for comprehension improvements of 30%. This should be familiar information to Publishers... but is virtually unknown elsewhere. Teachers in particular need to read this. Students hand a copy of this to your teachers.
Assist a student in a third world country for $70/yr. This is the best value scheme out there and 100% goes to the student. It's done on an ad hoc basis so you commit only what you want when you want. This is a great way to make a difference. Run by the St Vincent De Paul Society.
Abortion is one of the big moral issues of the 21'st century: There are around 100,000 abortions every year in Australia (versus around 300,000 births in 2011). In 1971 the fertility rate was 3,0 and in 2011 it is 1.9 (babies/woman). Abortion explains why the fertility rate of most western countries has dropped so much.
A charge fibre model of elementary particles (the atom) including a mathematical model and a universal force law whose 4th derivative is gravity. Currently in the process of validating the model by testing predictions against observed phenomena. Gives rise to some very interesting conclusions.