Are You Cancer-Free? We Need Your Help
SEANOL — Dr. Rowen Thinks It’s The Greatest
A Reader’s Story — Sandra Goldberg
SHORT SHOTS….
**** Discounts on Barley Power and Flaxseed Oil
**** Mileage Capsules Get Better
**** A Happier Life — Simple
**** This Cracked Me Up….

 

Welcome to this 103rd issue of my newsletter. Over a year’s worth of past issues are available at this web site. Just click on the “Newsletter Archive” link on the left of the screen. The articles tend to be “timeless,” so read or reread some of them at your leisure.


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Are You Cancer-Free? We Need Your Help
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As many of you know, Karon Beattie, the author of “Natural Cancer Treatments That Work” (www.naturalcancertreatments.com) and I established the Cancer Success Forum in July, 2005. It’s designed to be an online forum where cancer patients can exchange information about what works, get questions answered, etc. Take a look, if you like, at www.CancerSuccessForum.com

We’ve had lots of interesting information posted to the forum. What’s missing, however, are first-person accounts from people who have recovered from their cancer. If you are one of those, you have an obligation to share the information about how you did it with others. Believe me, there is nothing more fulfilling in life than helping people this way.

While you’re thinking about it, how about going to our forum now and posting a brief account of how you got well. It will be certain to help someone else. It’s really simple. There are only three steps:

1. At the first screen, click on “Cancer Success Forum.” 2. At the second screen, click on “Forum Discussion.” 3. At the Discussion screen, click on “New Topic.”

To get started, just click on this link.

www.CancerSuccessForum.com

Thanks for your help getting the word out.


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SEANOL — Dr. Rowen Thinks It’s The Greatest
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I respect Dr. Robert Jay Rowen and subscribe to his “Second Opinion” newsletter. He charges $39 a year for a subscription, so I’m going to try to summarize for you a recent article of his on SEANOL. I think you’ll agree it’s worth a try. Terry, my wife, and I are trying it now.

The following paragraphs are excerpted from Dr. Rowen’s September and October, 2006 newsletters.

“I’ve brought you some powerful healing information in the past year. But this month takes the cake. It even blew me away when I first learned about it. You see, researchers have discovered a new antioxidant that’s many times more powerful than anything else you may be taking.

 

This new wonder from the sea could transform almost all of your health problems. It has the power to reverse heart disease and osteoporosis. I’ve seen incredible testimonials on cancer. And there are studies on its effectiveness for everything from fibromyalgia to diabetes, dementia, and much, much more.

 

This new polyphenol is called ‘SEANOL’…the name comes from the source of the compounds — the sea. The half-life of Seanol compounds is up to 12 hours compared to 30 minutes for water-soluble polyphenols.

 

Dr. Haengwoo Lee, a Korean biochemist now living near Seattle, Washington, found this difference makes Seanol much more effective in its treatment ability. He and his team of PhDs and MDs have researched the properties of Seanol compounds for the past 14 years. And they have the resources, with more than $30 million of public and private funding, to do highly credible work. Their research has included test-tube experiments, animal models, and now more than seven human trials. I’m amazed at the stunning results his team of scientists has found.

 

Unfortunately, the average American looks for a quick fix. Seanol is not the whole answer, since it’s not a whole diet. But it may dramatically help slow or reverse the damage inflicted by a lifetime of dietary and lifestyle mismanagement.

 

…there is growing evidence that Seanol can treat arthritis, allergies, asthma, AND EVEN CANCER. How can Seanol possibly work on all these illnesses? They all have one thing in common — inflammation. Here are a few things Dr. Lee found in his Seanol studies:

 

Seanol’s ability to treat arthritis is comparable to Celebrex, the prescription drug that reduces the inflammatory cox enzymes. These enzymes can get out of control due to bad diet, stress, injury, infection, and toxins. Seanol significantly reduced pain in a group of knee arthritis patients. But unlike Celebrex, Seanol doesn’t cause heart attacks. Instead, it protects your heart.

 

Seanol reduces inflammatory enzymes, which means it can help improve your allergies. Dr. Lee and his team found that Seanol significantly reduces the migration of allergy cells (eosinophils) to the lungs by 75%. Inflammatory white blood cells were reduced by 50%. And mucus plugs in the airways were reduced by 50%.

 

These findings suggest that Seanol can free your lungs of gunk and acute inflammation. And collagen causing fibrosis in lung tissue and smooth muscle cell thickness was reduced by 20% and 32%, respectively. These latter findings suggest that Seanol compounds can prevent or reverse the progression of chronic lung disease (such as asthma or COPD).

 

Millions of Americans are afflicted with solar induced basal cell skin cancers. Dr. Lee conducted a study on the effects of Seanol compounds on mice exposed to UV rays. The results were remarkable. Tumor cell division was reduced by 50%. Inflammatory chemicals were reduced by 50-80%. That’s huge! We’ll need more studies to determine Seanol’s ability to treat cancer, but this is very encouraging.

 

I believe Seanol could be the biggest nutritional discovery we’ve seen in a generation. If you have any health condition — or just want to stay healthy — Seanol is for you.”

[Side note: I didn’t have space to quote it all, but Terry and I were also impressed by Dr. Rowen’s comments about Seanol’s positive effects on “brain fog” and “erectile dysfunction.”]

To me, it looks like a better and cheaper alternative to Zeolite, the latest MLM craze. If you want to try Seanol, Dr. Rowen’s favorite brand is FibroBoost. A bottle of 75 caplets (5-6 weeks supply) costs $55.20 plus shipping. You can order it at:

www.IllnessIsOptional.com

As usual, I need to assure my newer readers that I get no “kickback” of any kind from products like this that I inform you about.


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A Reader’s Story — Sandra Goldberg
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Here’s an inspiring recovery story I received a few days ago:

“Greetings! I am ecstatic! They can’t find any more cancer after telling me I was a Stage IV – terminal – last July. It was recurrent breast cancer from 15 years ago which showed up in fluid in a sac on the lung. I talked to you (I’m from Little Rock) in August and started your plan. I did not cheat one crumb – I was religious about all of it.

 

By the end of September, that was all clear – but they saw spots on the ribs and the hip bone so I added more things – the Vibe machine (I traveled to Denver) and then I found someone here with a Rife machine. Now that is a whole different subject as I understand there are Rife machines and there are Rife machines. A whole lot of people out there are making them and don’t know what they are doing. One thing is that it has to be analog – not digital – which most of them have gone to. Also, with the help of someone here, I added many more supplements but continued the cottage cheese/flaxseed oil, the Barley greens and the RM-10.

 

In addition, I started on Mannatech – Ambrotose and a few of their other products – so basically, I spent my day doing all this stuff. It paid off and my scans last week were great – no activity anywhere that they could find and the doctor was STUNNED.

 

I have been asked to speak before a breast cancer support group this Thursday night, so you might be contacted for more books. I am also going to tell them about the new book by Ty Bollinger that you recommended.

 

Life is good – God is wonderful. He has helped me find these healing things and I thank him for all of you out there who want to help people. My email is full and my phone has been busy with people calling wanting to know what I did. But it is a good feeling.

 

Thank you, thank you, thank you – what a blessing.

 

Sandra Goldberg
Little Rock”

I sincerely hope you are as elated as I was at Sandra’s success story. And, by the way, she’s absolutely right about the Rife machines.


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SHORT SHOTS….
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DISCOUNTS ON BARLEY POWER AND FLAXSEED OIL

I received this e-mail from Phil Demars the other day:

“1. I found that by calling the Green Supreme company direct and asking for the cancer special you get the Barley Power at a discount.

 

2. I now order the oil direct from Barleans. I asked if it could be stored in the freezer. The representative said ‘yes, and that will double the storage life.’

 

3. FYI. I have been on your protocol since mid September. I had chemo and radiation in Nov/Dec 2004 and the pain in my neck and ear decreased but never went away. After being on your protocol it dropped in intensity and frequency. Then in Nov we had to do some traveling and it started to get worse again. Now being home, it has decreased again. Looking forward to being completely well.

 

Thanks
Phil DeMars”

To order the Barley Power, just call Green Supreme in Pennsylvania at (800) 358-0777. Be sure to tell them you’re a cancer patient.

To order Barlean’s flaxseed oil (at their cost if you’re a cancer patient), just call (800) 445-3529. They’re in Florida, I believe.

 

MILEAGE CAPSULES GET BETTER

You may recall me telling you about the gas additive capsules from Fuel Freedom International (FFI) last fall. Well, the deal on them has gotten considerably better. First, both Terry and I have experienced about a 15% improvement in our gas mileage since we started using these capsules. But just last month, the FFI company announced that their testing shows that one-half of one capsule per tank is enough to get the full effect. In other words, the price per tank has been cut in half. All we had to do was buy a “pill cutter” from the drug store (about $5) to cut the capsules in half. Thus, the cost is only $1 per tankful. Our savings is about $3-4 per tankful. In Europe and Asia, the saving is much higher because the gas is $6 to $7 a gallon or more. You Americans think $2 plus a gallon is bad — try driving in Europe!

The really big bonus from using these capsules, we feel, is the 80% or so reduction in harmful emissions from our tailpipes. If you’re interested, you can check out the extensive research on them and buy some online at:

http://www.FFI.com

 

A HAPPIER LIFE — SIMPLE

Margo Ruschmann was kind enough to send me this news on how to achieve happiness. As she points out, it is “university tested.”

“Researchers seek routes to happier life

 

By MALCOLM RITTER, AP Science Writer, Sunday, Nov 26

 

As a motivational speaker and executive coach, Caroline Adams Miller knows a few things about using mental exercises to achieve goals. But last year, one exercise she was asked to try took her by surprise.

 

Every night, she was to think of three good things that happened that day and analyze why they occurred. That was supposed to increase her overall happiness.

 

‘I thought it was too simple to be effective,’ said Miller, 44, of Bethesda. Md. ‘I went to Harvard. I’m used to things being complicated.’

 

Miller was assigned the task as homework in a master’s degree program. But as a chronic worrier, she knew she could use the kind of boost the exercise was supposed to deliver.

 

She got it.

 

‘The quality of my dreams has changed, I never have trouble falling asleep and I do feel happier,’ she said.

 

People keep doing it on their own because it’s immediately rewarding, said colleague Acacia Parks. It makes people focus more on good things that happen, which might otherwise be forgotten because of daily disappointments, she said.

 

Miller said the exercise made her notice more good things in her day, and that now she routinely lists 10 or 20 of them rather than just three.

 

[The researchers are testing some some other simple strategies.]

 

For example, in one experiment, participants were asked to regularly practice random acts of kindness, things like holding a door open for a stranger or doing a roommate’s dishes, for 10 weeks. The idea was to improve a person’s self-image and promote good interactions with other people.

 

Participants who performed a variety of acts, rather than repeating the same ones, showed an increase in happiness even a month after the experiment was concluded. Those who kept on doing the acts on their own did better than those who didn’t.

 

Other approaches she has found some preliminary promise for include thinking about the happiest day in your life over and over again, without analyzing it, and writing about how you’ll be 10 years from now, assuming everything goes just right.

 

In fact, [researcher] Diener says, happiness probably is really about work and striving.

 

‘Happiness is the process, not the place,’ he said via e-mail. ‘So many of us think that when we get everything just right, and obtain certain goals and circumstances, everything will be in place and we will be happy…. But once we get everything in place, we still need new goals and activities. The Princess could not just stop when she got the Prince.'”

Well, for a little happiness right now, check out this next section.

 

THIS CRACKED ME UP….

I’m a sucker for word play. This next item from the Washington Post really cracked me up. I hope it does the same for you:

“Once again, The Washington Post has published the winning submissions to its yearly neologism contest, in which readers are asked to supply alternate meanings for common words. The winners are:

 

Coffee (n.), The person upon whom one coughs.

 

Flabbergasted (adj.), Appalled over how much weight you have gained.

 

Abdicate (v.), To give up all hope of ever having a flat stomach.

 

Esplanade (v.), To attempt an explanation while drunk.

 

Willy-nilly (adj.), Impotent.

 

Negligent (adj.) Describes a condition in which you absentmindedly answer the door in your nightgown.

 

Lymph (v.), To walk with a lisp.

 

Gargoyle (n.), Olive-flavored mouthwash.

 

Flatulence (n.), Emergency vehicle that picks you up after you are run over by a steamroller.

 

Balderdash (n.), A rapidly receding hairline.

 

Testicle (n.), A humorous question on an exam.

 

Rectitude (n.), The formal, dignified bearing adopted by proctologists.

 

Pokemon (n), A Rastafarian proctologist.

 

Oyster (n.), A person who sprinkles his conversation with Yiddishisms.

 

Frisbeetarianism (n.), (back by popular demand): The belief that, when you die, your soul flies up onto the roof and gets stuck there.

 

Circumvent (n.), An opening in the front of boxer shorts worn by Jewish men.

“The Washington Post’s Style Invitational also asked readers to take any word from the dictionary, alter it by adding, subtracting, or changing one letter, and supply a new definition. Here are this year’s winners:

 

Bozone (n.): The substance surrounding stupid people that stops bright ideas from penetrating. The bozone layer, unfortunately, shows little sign of breaking down in the near future.

 

Foreploy (v): Any misrepresentation about yourself for the purpose of getting laid.

 

Cashtration (n.): The act of buying a house, which renders the subject financially impotent for an indefinite period.

 

Giraffiti (n): Vandalism spray-painted very, very high.

 

Sarchasm (n): The gulf between the author of sarcastic wit and the person who doesn’t get it.

 

Inoculatte (v): To take coffee intravenously when you are running late.

 

Hipatitis (n): Terminal coolness.

 

Osteopornosis (n): A degenerate disease. (This one got extra credit.)

 

Karmageddon (n): It’s like, when everybody is sending off all these really bad vibes, right? And then, like, the Earth explodes and it’s like, a serious bummer.

 

Decafalon (n.): The grueling event of getting through the day consuming only things that are good for you.

 

Glibido (v): All talk and no action.

 

Dopeler effect (n): The tendency of stupid ideas to seem smarter when they come at you rapidly.

 

Arachnoleptic fit (n.): The frantic dance performed just after you’ve accidentally walked through a spider web.

 

Beelzebug (n.): Satan in the form of a mosquito that gets into your bedroom at three in the morning and cannot be cast out.

 

Caterpallor (n.): The color you turn after finding half a grub in the fruit you’re eating.”


OK, enough for this time. But don’t forget my bribe. Send me your story about your cancer experience — good, bad or neutral — and I’ll send you a free copy of my e-book “Cancer-Free.” Your story may help many other people. Just let me know if you want me to include your name or e-mail address when I publish it in the newsletter. I will certainly respect your privacy.

Do your friends a favor and send them to my web site:

http://www.Beating-Cancer-Gently.com

Be well!

 

Bill Henderson
Author, “Cure Your Cancer” and “Cancer-Free”
E-mail: cancer-free@charter.net

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Although many alternative medical treatments have been successfully used for many years, they are currently not practiced by conventional medicine and are therefore not “approved” and legal (in some States) for medical professionals to prescribe for their patients, although it is legal for individuals to use them at their own discretion. It therefore becomes necessary to include the following disclaimer:

The offerings made by this publication are to be carefully considered by the user. All responsibility regarding the use of alternative treatments rests with the patient. If you have doubts regarding these things, rely on your conventional doctor.