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Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!
This year, for the FIRST TIME EVER, we have made a little video for you to celebrate the Christmas season with us. It was filmed during a blizzard at our snowbound log home in British Columbia, Canada. Comedy or tragedy? You decide! You can view it on our Youtube channel here. We are back with the latest tips and information for you who are following the Hulda Clark Method, and for those who want to keep up on the best natural health info. Just so you all know, we have 2 lists that are available for everyone – this newsletter (ZapTimes) which comes out every month or so and is of a more general nature, and the Clark MiniTraining list which gives training on specific Hulda Clark discoveries. There is no cost for either.
We encourage everyone to get on the Clark MiniTraining, here. Please remember to click the link on the opt-in email that comes back in a few minutes to make sure you get activated.
1. Zapper and SuperZappicator COMBO – we will upgrade the shipping (US or Canada) to Express Post, which is 5 days or less. This is a powerful wellness system for your whole family, as well as your pets. Start the New Year protected! Order here.
2. Syncrometer – All Super Tone syncrometer orders placed before the end of December will include a free Syncrometer Science Lab Manual as well as the Syncrometer Basics DVD with Dr. Hulda Clark and Carmen Myers.
Are you looking for a great New Year’s project? Want to spend time learning something cool and interesting, something with the potential to help a lot of people? The syncrometer could be the thing you are looking for. If you order one before the end of the year, you will save $40.00. You will have to commit to an hour per day of practice until you get the feel of it. Remember that this is a specialized item and we do not take returns on it.
We have added two new short educational videos; they are 2 simple demos on “How to use the Super Straps” and “How to make Foot Pads” for use with your zapper.
We have more videos on the way. If you like these ones, let us know what other topics you would like us to cover. Contact us via email.
by Al Sears, MD
Statin drugs–cholesterol-lowering blockbusters like Lipitor®, Zocor®, and Crestor®–can make you weak as a kitten. This is one of their most underreported and dangerous side effects. The condition I’m talking about’s called rhabdomyolysis. It’s when your muscle cells burst and disintegrate. Drug and alcohol abuse, traumatic injury, electrical shock, and ruptured blood vessels are all major causes.
Unfortunately, so are statin drugs. In fact one of them, Cerivastatin (Baycor), was pulled from the market in 2001 after numerous reports of rhabdomyolysis. The latest research indicates that statin users suffering from fatigue, muscle cramping, and weakness–a problem almost ten percent of statin users report (and I’ll bet the actual number’s higher)–may be in for something a lot worse.
Researchers out of the University of Alabama zeroed in on statins’ effect on a class of muscle cells called “SC’s,” or satellite cells. These are responsible for cell division and growth. If you strain a muscle, [your SC’s] kick into gear, repairing and replacing damaged tissue. The study focused on Zocor®, one of the most popular statin drugs, and found that it slowed down the restorative action of SC’s by fifty percent. This is especially dangerous for your skeletal muscles, since SC’s are active guardians and healers when it comes to ligaments and tendons.
The fact is you shouldn’t be focusing on cholesterol levels anyway. It’s the great red herring of modern medicine. Seventy-five percent of heart attack sufferers have perfectly normal cholesterol levels.
The real culprit is inflammation. We’ve known for years that inflammation of the tissue that lines your arteries (the “endothelium”) is the main cause of atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries. Endothelial damage leads to the build-up of arterial plaque — a substance made up of bad stuff that gets trapped in damaged tissue, including triglycerides, waste from cellular metabolism, and calcium.
As plaque builds up over time, it blocks the flow of vital nutrients and oxygen to the rest of your body, including your heart. Starve your heart of oxygen and pretty soon you’ll have a heart attack.
Plaque build-up around damaged arterial tissue can also cause small ruptures that lead to blood clots. These clots can eventually starve the heart of oxygen by blocking blood flow. And if they break free, they can do damage elsewhere, interfering with your heart’s pumping action–or going to your brain and causing a stroke.
And the science proves it. A recent “meta-study” came along and took a wrecking ball to the cholesterol myth. Published in the internationally prestigious Quarterly Journal of Medicine, it extensively surveyed results from decades of research on heart disease involving hundreds of thousands of individuals.
The conclusion? Absolutely no correlation exists between cholesterol and heart attack risk.
[Yet the FDA is now being asked to mandate statins even for healthy people to “prevent” a possible 1% of heart attacks – regardless of the devastation they cause on muscles, kidneys and other important parts of your amazing self-healing body – Arthur]
Watch your C-reactive protein levels. (CRP) is a good indicator of inflammation and an excellent predictor of heart disease. A simple blood test can measure your levels. The good news is that if you have elevated levels there are simple things you can do to lower them.
(from www.AlSearsMD.net )
[The most powerful natural anti-inflammatory we know is mangosteen juice from XanGo. Friends have seen amazing drops in CRP levels, yet XanGo is a pure, safe food. See more here — Arthur]
It would serve you well to do a thorough “light check” of your bedroom, as any source of light — even one as tiny as the green glow from your clock radio — could be interfering with your ability to sleep, and more importantly, your long term health and risk of developing cancer.
While it’s typically thought that your biological clock is what tells you when it’s time to wake up or go to sleep, light and dark signals actually control your biological clock. To get more specific, a part of your brain called the Suprachiasmatic Nucleus (SCN) — a group of cells in your hypothalamus — controls your biological clock. And the cells that make up your SCN respond to light and dark signals.
Light actually travels through your eye’s optic nerve to your SCN, where it signals your body’s clock that it’s time to wake up. Light also signals your SCN to initiate other processes associated with being awake, such as raising your body temperature and producing hormones like cortisol.
Meanwhile, when your eyes signal to your SCN that it’s dark outside, your body will begin to produce melatonin, a hormone that helps you sleep and radically decreases your risk of cancer. There are many studies on this powerful association. The more your sleep is disrupted by light pollution, the lower your melatonin levels and the greater your risk of developing cancer becomes.
Melatonin is secreted primarily in your brain and at night it triggers a host of biochemical activities, including a nocturnal reduction in your body’s estrogen levels. It’s thought that chronically decreasing your melatonin production at night — as occurs when you’re exposed to nighttime light — increases your risk of developing cancer.
In fact, one of the first studies linking cancer to light showed that blind women have a 36 percent lower risk of breast cancer compared to sighted women. Why? Because they are unreceptive to light. This means that their bodies maintain high melatonin levels at night regardless of how much light is in the room.
It really is a fascinating system…
(from http://articles.mercola.com )
Good news Arthur! my thermogram came back clear for cancer…yippee!!! I believe zapping and the mangosteen juice took care of that as well as a sinus infection, digestive disorder and my lower back problem (fusion between L4,5 and my sacrum). I was so in pain I could hardly move! And now I’m riding my bike and raking my lawn!!! Thanks so much.
I just wanted you to know that my mother is sharing her zapper with a friend who has cancer, and we just now need to pray that she actually will use it. We also shared the Cure for All Diseases book and some Dr. Schultz info. My friend in Texas is now using the zapper for lupus and her pain is greatly diminished. She is now working on her diet. Praise God! Thank you for being his servant. Love in Christ.
That’s all for now.
OOPS – one more thing. Are YOU using your AutoZap zapper and Super Zappicator regularly? It is easy to do, and also easy NOT to do. Your body will thank you for making regular zapping part of your day. Don’t forget to keep on zapping at least twice a week as long as you want to remain healthy.
It has been a privilege coming into your home. God bless you all!
We’ll be back in 2009.
Arthur & Lyn Doerksen