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Hesh Goldstein

Why can’t the world be like Hawaii?

Every time we pick up a newspaper or watch the news, the lead story is always about some person-to- person horror with the foundation being centered around race, culture or religion always resulting in bloodshed, mayhem, chaos or oppression. Seeing… Continue Reading →

Is sense gratification the only key to happiness

The question we face on a daily basis is, does true happiness come from temporary sense gratification or is there a higher level of complete happiness? Woodstock initiated the “hippie” exposure and the alleged complete happiness of sense gratification. Before… Continue Reading →

The benefits of eating beans

The more you eat, the more you lower your risk of certain cancers. Beans have more servings of fiber than any other vegetable. One single serving will give you 20 percent of your daily recommended fiber. Researchers in Japan did… Continue Reading →

You need this in your diet

For apple cider vinegar to be really beneficial it is essential that it is organic, unfiltered and the apples used, fully ripened. If the ACV is distilled, enzymes are destroyed as is the potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, sulfur, iron, copper, silicon,… Continue Reading →

Turn away from Rx drugs

We live in a world where corporate profit is more important than consumer health. Because our diets, for the most part suck, we turn to Rx drugs for health and survival. Before getting into why Rx drugs? let’s talk a… Continue Reading →

Are flu shots really necessary?

There are some interesting parallels between what we ingest and the consistent transformation of the flu virus. With the latest dietary guidelines calling for three servings of low fat or non fat dairy a day, the average family with two… Continue Reading →

Are taking supplements a free choice or are they thrust upon us?

For the answer to this question we have to go back in time. We are generally raised in a family that was raised in a family that lacked sufficient information to eat properly. Upon growing up, in my formative years… Continue Reading →

Prostate problems and Flomax

If you have an enlarged prostate, you may have come across the drug Flomax (generic name: Tamsulosin). Your Doctor might have prescribed it, having told you that it will relieve your symptoms of BPH.  However, a note of warning. While… Continue Reading →

Why eating anything that had a face or a mother is bad

Besides being conditioned from infancy and being subjected to social and advertising pressure, the main reason that hooks people on animal foods is taste. One thing is clear though; we cannot stomach eating flesh in its normal state, especially if… Continue Reading →

Are chiropractors good?

A better way to health is to make sick people well, the natural way. Chiropractic emphasizes body engineering, postural stability, vertebrae adjustment and dynamic, self-regulating, control systems. It is spectacularly successful and decidedly economical. Discontent over present day medical care… Continue Reading →

Sleep peacefully without drugs

Right now, 25 percent of all Americans are regularly taking sleeping pills, with $18 million being spent on prescription drugs and an additional over $600 million spent on over-the-counter pills. Not only do these figures emphasize the seriousness of the… Continue Reading →

Plant-based eating is great for the body and the brain but bad for the pharmaceutical industry

So, I’m reading the local “lamestream” media newspaper the other day and saw this article that blew my mind., because it goes way beyond their advertising dollars. Here goes: “The brain, like the rest of the body, responds acutely to… Continue Reading →

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