The Human Genome Project (HGP) run by the American National Institutes of Health (NIH) between 1990 and 2003, intended to identify all the genes of the human body, which they named the human genom. What they found was shocking. They discovered that only the 5th of the human genome is actually of strictly human origin. The rest of important genetic information comes from microbes! This discovery led NIH researchers to go a step further. They created the Microbiome Project (HMP) in 2007 to define the human biome, the “bacteria, bacteriophage, fungi, protozoa and viruses” that live “inside and on the human body.” Still it … Continue reading For microbes in the breast tissue
Working with many girls on improving their chances for pregnancy in the Hormone Club I see how difficult is to quit musli. Funnily enough. So I came up with an alternative option. Similarly to many trendy meals from the past … Continue reading Musli or no Musli
Adjust your snacks to your lifestyle, sex and age. Check out which sweetener suits the best for kids and which one for women in menopause. While working on my Cake Book (still in progress) I was deep diving into the … Continue reading I need sweets! Sure, but which one?
Dr. Veronique Desaulniers, chiropractor lived healthy, and for her biggest surprise she conquered breast cancer not only once, but twice. She shares her learnings and the way she dealt with this scary disease including her mistakes she made on the road in her book, Heal Breast Cancer Naturally. She says that according to studies those taking synthetic thyroid medication are twice as likely to develop breast cancer down the line. She also says it’s not that much because the synthetic drug itself, which does the job, but it does not get to the root cause, like high cortisol levels, which … Continue reading Dr. V. conquered breast cancer twice, now she says: Never fear breast cancer again