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Whole Food nutrition

By Kevin Conners | Oct 18, 2017

PON1 gene and CANCER

By Kevin Conners | Oct 16, 2017

Gut Microbiota and the Brain – part 1

By Kevin Conners | Oct 14, 2017

Gut Microbiota and the Brain – part 1 Researchers are now beginning to understand the ways in which bacteria living in the human gut—the gut microbiota—communicate with and influence brain health. The concept of a faulty “gut/brain axis” has been associated with various neurologic and psychiatric outcomes and is thought to be explained, at least […]

Superoxide Ion Blocks Apoptosis in Cancer patients

By Kevin Conners | Oct 11, 2017

The Link Between Inflammation & Cancer

By Kevin Conners | Oct 8, 2017

Understanding The Link Between Inflammation and Cancer Inflammation is a necessary component of healing, but when it gets out of control, it can wreak havoc on your body. Inflammation is your body’s natural immune response to illness or injury. Pro-oxidants vs. Anti-oxidants Antioxidants eliminate free radicals caused by oxidation. The body makes energy through oxidation. […]

How does Glutamine feed Cancer? Part 1

By Kevin Conners | Oct 6, 2017

How does Glutamine feed Cancer? Part 1 Dr. Kevin Conners – a review of recent literature  Cancer cells exhibit an increased level of aerobic glycolysis with accumulation of lactic acid, a phenomenon known as the Warburg effect [1]. Apparently, survival of cancer cells requires an elaborate system for acid resistance along with acid production via […]

Natural Compounds that Slow Glycolysis in Cancers – Part 2

By Kevin Conners | Oct 5, 2017

Natural Compounds that Slow Glycolysis in Cancers – Part 2 Dr. Kevin Conners In the 1920’s, Otto Heinrich Warburg described an elevated rate of glycolysis occurring in cancer cells (the Warburg effect) that earned him a Nobel Prize. Glycolysis is the metabolic pathway where cells take glucose to produce energy for cell function and replication. […]

Natural Compounds that Slow Glycolysis in Cancers – Part 1

By Kevin Conners | Oct 2, 2017

Natural Compounds that Slow Glycolysis in Cancers – Part 1 Dr. Kevin Conners As a young scientist in the 1920’s, Otto Heinrich Warburg described an elevated rate of glycolysis occurring in cancer cells, even in the presence of atmospheric oxygen (the Warburg effect) that earned him a Nobel Prize. Glycolysis is the metabolic pathway where […]

DIM – a must for hormonally driven cancers

By Kevin Conners | Oct 1, 2017

DIM – a must for hormonally driven tumors Dr. Kevin Conners – A review of recent literature Indole-3-carbinol (I3C) is an essential nutrient found in Brassica vegetables, such as broccoli, cauliflower, and collard greens. Diindolylmethane (DIM) is the digestion derivative of indole-3-carbinol via condensation formed in the acidic environment of the stomach. If you are going to […]

Genetic Variants and Cancer – exploring dietary solutions

By Kevin Conners | Sep 30, 2017

Genetic Variants and Cancer – exploring dietary solutions Dr. Kevin Conners Cancer is a complex disease involving numerous changes in cell physiology including the metabolic process on how it may be fed. It is defined as cells that are undergoing rapid replication thereby needing a constant source of both energy and byproducts for cell creation. […]

Curcumin and Cancer

By Kevin Conners | Sep 28, 2017

Curcumin and Cancer A review of the recent research by Dr. Kevin Conners Turmeric is a popular Indian spice that may have wonderful health benefits for cancer patients. Curcumin (diferuloylmethane) is its major component; Curcuma longa L., a member of the ginger family has long been treasured for its unique flavor it adds to various dishes. Its […]

Food Additives are Silent Killers

By Kevin Conners | Sep 26, 2017

Food Additives are Silent Killers Since the mandate of the FDA includes protecting public health by assuring the safety of the food supply, why is this governmental organization allowing a staggering amount of additives to adulterate our food? Many of these ‘allowable’ additives have dire consequences to the health this agency is supposed to protect. […]

Coconut Oil – the GOOD saturated fat

By Kevin Conners | Sep 22, 2017

Coconut Oil – the GOOD saturated fat Some examples of the benefits of COCONUT OIL: Fat-burning: Ironic, isn’t it? A saturated fat, which can accelerate the loss of midsection fat (the most dangerous kind). Well, there are now two solid, human studies showing just two tablespoons a day (30 ml), in both men and women, is […]

Curcumin halts Cancer

By Kevin Conners | Sep 16, 2017

Curcumin halts Cancer I have long since highlighted the therapeutic potential of curcumin (turmeric), used as a dietary ingredient and as a natural anti-inflammatory. It was shown to decrease the proliferative potential and induce the apoptosis potential of both androgen-dependent and androgen-independent prostate cancer cells in vitro, largely by modulating the apoptosis suppressor proteins and by interfering […]

Is Your Doctor PAID to use Chemo?

By Kevin Conners | Sep 14, 2017

Is Your Doctor PAID to use Chemo? Dr. Leana Wen, physician and author of “What Your Doctor Won’t Disclose,” details a recent experience of her mother, Mrs. Wen. When she received a diagnosis of stage IV breast cancer, she underwent surgery, radiation and chemotherapy according to the request of her oncologist. One day, in the […]

Apoptosis 201 – Alternative Cancer Basics

By Kevin Conners | Sep 11, 2017

Apoptosis 201 – Alternative Cancer Basics The number of cells in our body is tightly regulated. There is a complex system that controls the rate of cell division (replication) and the rate of cell death (apoptosis). If cells are no longer needed, the normal removal mechanism activates an intracellular death program. Apoptosis comes from the […]

Genetic Variants and Cancer – exploring dietary solutions

By Kevin Conners | Sep 9, 2017

Chili Peppers for PAIN and CANCER

By Kevin Conners | Sep 5, 2017

Chili Peppers for PAIN and CANCER Capsaicin is an ingredient in chili peppers that is found in many OTC topical pain relievers. It is available as a cream, ointment, stick, pad, gel, liquid, or lotion and marketed under many brand names including Zostrix, Icy Hot Arthritis Therapy, Capsagel, and Arthricare. Capsaicin is actually an irritant […]

Conners Modified Gerson Basic Premise

By Kevin Conners | Sep 5, 2017

Conners Modified Gerson Basic Premise Gerson saw FOUR BASIC PROBLEMS in dealing with cancer; what are the areas which need correcting? Understanding an Alternative Approach to Cancer Treatment 1 – Wasting away: Medical experts know that cancer victims can literally starve to death. Their systems can become so disorganized due to wastes produced by the malignancy, […]

Pesticides Killing our BRAINS

By Kevin Conners | Aug 26, 2017

Pesticides Killing our BRAINS In a 2012 paper published by the National Institutes of Health, Dr. David Bellinger, a professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School, compared intelligence quotients among children whose mothers had been exposed to these neurotoxins while pregnant to those who had not. Bellinger calculates a total loss of 16.9 million IQ […]

Suppressing Ras Oncogenes

By Kevin Conners | Aug 18, 2017

Suppressing Ras Oncogenes The family of proteins known as “Ras” and “Raf” play a central role in the regulation of cell growth – and in cancer, they suppress, or slow growth. They fulfill this fundamental role by integrating the regulatory signals that govern the cell cycle and proliferation, something grossly out of balance in a […]

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