November-Viruses, bacteria, and parasites that cause depression and anxiety

The month of November will be filled with examples of how viruses, bacteria and parasites can cause depression. Is it a new concept to scientists to look for medically treatable conditions when one is depressed instead of always saying it is a chemical imbalance. The chemical imbalance is result of these issues, and it’s band aid for the root of the problem. All of these create the chemical imbalance and a real “cure ” requires us to look a little closer. I’m going to discuss Toxoplasma, Bartonella, PANDAS or from a strep infection, lyme disease,  how the immune system effects depression, allergies, fluoride, lead, chemicals and mold can all cause depression symptoms.  It’s so easy to offer a quick fix, but instead I will go through the month of November and address each one individually.  These are all questions, your doctor should be asking when one proclaims they are depressed. Subscribe so you don’t miss a single one.   Share...

“The unvaccinated” carry disease do they? Ask them for a physical exam.

Let’s put your money where you mouth is, California. You want to isolate kids because you think they are full of disease and you are keeping them out of school, even though a year ago they were in school and doing just peachy? Well, let’s just see about that. Paul Offit thinks that there are no unvaccinated and that this would be unethical. Well apparently, not in California. There are people all over California who skip, delay or avoid vaccines. I don’t like the phrase unvaccinated. That means you are supposed to be vaccinated but you are not. How about the vaccinated are now called poisoned and the unvaccinated are not poisoned. Let’s compare the poisoned and the not poisoned. The not poisoned don’t have crohn’s disease, asthma, allergies, autism, learning disabilities and speech delays. In fact, California schools, compare these kids not only in their physical health but in their amount of special education, speech therapy, occupational, vision or physical therapy. Let’s compare the number of therapists. If California were to reverse this situation and let the not poisoned kids remain in school and those with vaccines stay home, the amount of money saved in the budget for music, art, and sports could be amazing. Doesn’t California want to save money? They will have less absenteeism, less tardiness from doctor visits too. Come on California. You need an poisoned vs unpoisoned study. Here it is.     Share...

Would the AAP mandate peanut butter?

  Peanut butter is delicious. I love it and it doesn’t cause harm to me or my kids. That doesn’t mean for some it doesn’t kill people. It keeps people from being hungry for us, so it’s safe. It is effective at keeping people from being hungry. So let’s mandate peanut butter so that everyone gets a delicious creamy satisfying snack. For most people, who cares. I love peanut butter! Yay!   For Others, peanut butter causes anaphylaxis. This is defined as a “severe life threatening allergic reaction. Symptoms include: Skin reactions, including hives along with itching, and flushed or pale skin (almost always present with anaphylaxis) A feeling of warmth The sensation of a lump in your throat Constriction of the airways and a swollen tongue or throat, which can cause wheezing and trouble breathing A weak and rapid pulse Nausea, vomiting or diarrhea Dizziness or fainting The doctor will administer epinephrine in an epipen injector that would potentially save their life.   So the question is, Do Peanuts cause allergies? For some people, yes they do. Do I get the choice on whether to eat it based on whether it causes harm to my family or not?  Yes. When I parent is told that vaccines are mandated, some may see no harm and others see severe allergic reactions. Do you see why vaccines cannot be mandated? Do you get it? Do you happen to know why your child has that peanut allergy in the first place? Vaccines contain aluminum and peanut oil. When these are injected at the same time, the aluminum causes the body to have...