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March 2, 2013 Health Info Newsletter: EFT Summit, HeartMath, Macular Degeneration


I have covered many subjects in the past years.  If you have a health concern start with a search at my website.  If you need further assistance contact me, I have great sources of information.

You can  order any and all of the products I have mentioned from 

Emerson Ecologics. 

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The EFT Summit has come to a close for daily access. If you are only able to listen to a few of the talks or missed everything, and now want access to them all, you still can. Just click the link below to go to the registration page, register and then you'll go to the next page where you can purchase the entire Summit in various forms. I've purchased the Summit since its inception. I regularly listen to various speakers and find that doing so and tapping along with their protocols is very helpful.


In the stress busters email I sent out about a month ago, I discussed the emwave and heart rate variability.  It is once again on sale for $169 through the end of the month. Follow this link to order one today also check the top of the page because there is a code to get free shipping.  Invest in your health and yourself. (Remember to print out the Stress Busters email for easy reference and do them!!)

How to Prevent and Treat Macular Degeneration
 by Dr. Julian Whitaker

As its name suggests, macular degeneration is a degenerative condition of the macula, the area of the retina responsible for central vision. In some people, it is caused by excessive blood vessel growth and fluid leakage in the retina. This “wet” form, which is often treated with lasers or drugs to retard the growth of the abnormal vessels, is responsible for most macular degeneration–related blindness.

But the majority of people afflicted with macular degeneration have the “dry” type, which is marked by buildup of metabolic waste products in the macula. These lesions interfere with blood flow to the macula and impair function of light-sensitive cells. Dry macular degeneration progresses more slowly and results in less severe vision loss, although over time it can also cause significant impairment. Conventional medicine considers dry macular degeneration to be “untreatable,” but this just isn’t true.

Here is the protocol I recommend for preventing and treating macular degeneration.

1. Eat plenty of leafy greens. Population studies reveal that people who eat an abundance of leafy greens have a reduced risk of macular degeneration. That’s because these vegetables are excellent sources of lutein and zeaxanthin—carotenoids that protect the retina by absorbing harmful wavelengths of light and scavenging free radicals. In one study, individuals who ate the most spinach, kale, collards, and other leafy greens had a 43 percent lower risk of developing macular degeneration compared with those who ate the least.
2. Have fish a few times a week. Omega-3 fatty acids in oily fish have also been shown to protect the retina. Australian researchers followed 2,335 people age 49 or older for five years and found that eating fish once a week lowered risk of early macular degeneration by 40 percent; three weekly servings lowered risk of advanced macular degeneration by 75 percent.
3. Energize with low-glycemic, healthy carbohydrates. Researchers from Tufts University School of Medicine found that women who ate a high-glycemic diet were more likely to develop early macular degeneration than those who ate more low-glycemic foods.
4. Supplement with antioxidants and a broad range of phytonutrients. The 10-year Age-Related Eye Disease Study proved that high doses of antioxidants (vitamins C and E, beta-carotene, and zinc) significantly reduced the risk of advanced macular degeneration and vision loss in patients with early-stage disease. And additional research has highlighted the benefits of a broad range of phytonutrients, including lutein and zeaxanthin. Another study found that postmenopausal women with highvitamin D levels are at significantly reduced risk of macular degeneration.


Suggested daily doses of eye-nourishing nutrients are 1,000 mg of vitamin C, 400 IU of vitamin E, 15,000 IU of beta-carotene, 50–80 mg of zinc, 15 mg of lutein, and 2 mg of zeaxanthin. You may need to combine a potent multivitamin with a vision-targeted formula to achieve these levels.
5. Consider a course of hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT). HBOT involves breathing 100 percent oxygen in a pressurized environment. It works on two fronts to regenerate damaged tissues: It saturates the cells with oxygen, and it mobilizes stem cells, which can be transformed into a broad range of cell types. HBOT’s effects on macular degeneration can be dramatic. In one small study, the visual acuity of three patients treated with HBOT doubled, and a fourth patient’s nearly quadrupled.

Some age-related vision changes are to be expected. Virtually all of us will require reading glasses at some point in our lives. Macular degeneration, however, is not inevitable. It’s never too early to be proactive about your vision, especially if you are female, Caucasian, have light-colored eyes, smoke, are obese, or have a family history of macular degeneration, all of which place you at increased risk.

Take a hard look at your diet and make appropriate changes, start on a nutritional supplement program geared toward eye health, and you’ll be well on your way toward a lifetime of better vision.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is available in Helena at:
900 N. Montana, Suite B9  406-431-7332....there is also an office in Misoula.  Go to the website for further details.