Parkinson's

  1. The forbidden brain booster 'they' don't want you to know about

    There's a widely available natural substance that's proven to protect the brain from any number of serious diseases, including Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.

    So naturally, the powers-that-be are doing everything they can to keep it away from you -- and if you do take it on yourself to get it, you can expect dirty looks and fake coughs.

    Yes, it's the nicotine found in the tobacco leaf, and because it's so politically incorrect to get it the natural way, the drug industry is racing to create synthetic smoke-free versions they can patent and charge top-dollar for (and with no tobacco tax to burn into the profits).

    The latest is called EVP-6124, and in a six-month study it managed to help preserve and even improve cognitive function in dementia patients. Those who took a placebo, on the other hand, actually got worse.

    It's no secret why it works. People with conditions such as dementia often lack the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, causing immune cells to go berserk and attack the brain itself.

    Nicotine, however, can actually replace acetylcholine and restore order in your noggin. It's so effective we should tell our farmers to ditch the soy and get back to growing good old American tobacco -- but you know that has a snowball's chance in hell of happening.

    So the way I see it, you've got two choices here. You can wait for the Big Pharma version, which will probably be less effective and more dangerous than the real thing.

    Or you can light one up today.

    Despite what you've heard, natural tobacco has never been proven to cause cancer, emphysema or any other disease. And along with protecting the brain, tobacco can help PREVENT cancer, ward off heart disease, improve digestion, and more.

    I recommend a quality cigar after meals. You can even make like Slick Willie and not inhale -- just take the smoke into your mouth, where the cells in your cheek will absorb everything the rest of your body needs... especially your brain.

    And for more on the truth about smoking...and all the evidence you'll need to tell your friends that they can take their tobacco-hating propaganda and smoke it...be sure to click here to learn more about my book "The Health Benefits of Tobacco."

  2. Don't believe the hype: Smoking won't make you smaller

    Sex, lies and penis size

    The "science" on smoking isn't about finding the truth. It's about getting people to quit, no matter what. The latest research proves again that you can make any wild claim you want as long as it pushes that anti-tobacco agenda.

    This time, the Health Police claim that men who quit get the instant gift of firmer, harder erections -- and I'm sure the headlines alone had plenty of guys ready to kick the habit.

    You know how it is: If a study found that hitting yourself in the head with a hammer would produce a firmer erection, lines at hardware stores across the country would be out the door by the end of the day.

    But don't toss your Zippo yet -- toss this study instead, because it doesn't mean zippo for your penis. For the study, just 20 of the 65 men roped into this one managed to quit smoking, and none of them -- not a single one! -- actually noticed a change in the quality of his erections.

    The "improvement" mentioned in the study was so small it could only be detected by a lab device called a penile plethysmograph. Yet that was all the researchers needed to crank up the old propaganda machine.

    In a rare moment of honesty, study author Christopher Harte even let the cat out of the bag in an interview with Reuters.

    "Regardless of if this really does apply to all men who smoke or not, (the goal was) just getting the word out that men could be aware of this finding, so it could influence their decisions to start the quitting process," he was quoted as saying.

    Translation: "Who cares if it's true -- let's run with it anyway!"

    Reuters was only too happy to play along -- their headline screamed, "Smokers don't make better lovers."

    But I won't play their game.

    I'll pick science over sensationalism every time, and you're not going to believe what the objective science says about smoking: Tobacco can help BEAT heart disease, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and even cancer.

    If you want to learn more about health issues that go against the mainstream click here.

  3. Another day, another tobacco lie

    The antismoking crowd is a cozy little mutual admiration society -- and when one member lies, the rest quickly swear to it.
  4. Forced contrition

    It's a Nanny State dream come true: The tobacco industry is being forced to run ads attacking... itself!
  5. Tobacco is good for the brain

    New research confirms that nicotine can slash inflammation levels in the brain and actually halt the self-destruct sequence that leads to Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and other neurodegenerative diseases.
  6. The beginning of the end for mercury fillings

    All that jibber-jabber from the FDA about the safety of mercury fillings is about to come crashing down -- because now, one of the agency's own panels wants a second opinion.
  7. Green tea battles Alzheimer's

    Another study on green tea has found that it could be a weapon in the battle against Alzheimer's disease.
  8. All-natural wonder drug decreases Parkinson's risk

    According to a study published in The American Journal of Epidemiology, drinking ¾ of a cup of black tea 23 times a month may decrease the risk of developing Parkinson's disease by 71 percent.

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