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The doctor cleared his throat. "I'm sorry, but I have bad news." He paused, then looked at my father. "You have cancer." In high school my dad had been an athlete, an All-American football player. Now he was sick. Very, very sick. He had difficulty breathing and was on oxygen.  For eight years  he needed a machine to help him breathe. No longer able to work, my father STRUGGLED to do the things you and I take for granted, such as getting out of a chair or going to the bathroom. (What FRUSTRATED him the most was not being able to play with his grandchildren.) Eventually, he could not make it up the stairs to his bedroom, so he slept downstairs on the den couch. Before too long, the couch was replaced with a hospital bed. (A Hospice nurse was there now too.) One afternoon Mom was in the kitchen. All of a sudden, she heard Dad GASPING for air. She ran into the den and saw him STARING at the ceiling. She yelled, "Breathe, Paul! BREATHE!&q
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Most Vitamins Now Made in China

Did you know China is one of the largest exporters of drugs and vitamins? Ninety percent of all vitamin C sold in the United States is from China. The Chinese also produce fifty percent of the world’s aspirin as well as thirty-five percent of all Tylenol. The same can be said for the majority of vitamins A, B12 and E. When it comes to the Chinese vitamin market, how safe are these supplements? The industry in China appears to be split between top-notch operations and bottom-of-the-barrel producers. The United States does not require country-of-origin labels for drugs, foods or supplements. How do you know the original source of your vitamins? China also suffers from the same conflict of interest seen in the United States. Regulators have a financial interest in the industries they are supposed to regulate, inspect and protect. So how safe are your vitamins? To learn more, Click Here .

"Are you sure you ever had emphysema?"

"Folks often ask me, "How come you take BarleyLife? You're not sick." I have to confess, I don't know that I've had a headache in fifty years and I'm eighty-three, so I guess I didn't do too bad. But I have to share that when we first started with BarleyLife, a man called me and said, "Go see this gentleman, he's got emphysema." He'd just been down to the doctor and they gave him a bunch of tablets. I called him and I couldn't understand half of what he said. So I went to his house. He had a big white towel in front of him - a towel you would dry dishes with - and he was making a loud hacking noise. I sold him a jar of BarleyLife and within five days he called. "Hey, I'm out of your green barley product," the gentleman said. I couldn't believe I was talking to the same person, who five days before couldn't get more than two words out of his mouth. The man took three more jars and at the en

How Safe Are Your Vitamins?

A few years ago, my wife came home from the grocery store with a name-brand vitamin. She had bought them spur-of-the-moment for our little boy. I asked, "Are these synthetic?" She replied, "I really don't know." So I looked on the back of the box to see the list of ingredients. The first thing that jumped out at me was…aspartame. The list of ingredients also included things like Artificial Colors: FD&C Blue #2 Lake, FD&C Red #40 Lake and Calcium Carbonate. No real food sources were listed. In other words, this name-brand supplement was a synthetic vitamin. What's Wrong Synthetic Vitamins? Most vitamins are basically useless and even unhealthy , because they're synthetic (made in a laboratory). Following are results from several synthetic vitamin studies: #1. Study Using Synthetic Beta Carotene and Vitamin E Halted  - 29,000 male smokers were given synthetic beta carotene and synthetic Vitamin E. The study was stopped w

"I've got all the feeling back in my toes. All the feeling back in my hands. All of the feeling back. All of it."

Danie Coetzee of South Africa talks about how BarleyLife® has helped him. "I've got all the feeling back in my toes. All the feeling back in my hands. All of the feeling back. All of it." - Danie Coetzee, Cape Town, South Africa Click Here  to find out more about this nutritious green powder. Testimonials should not be construed as representing results everybody can achieve. BarleyLife® is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Results may vary per person.

The Experts Agree on Something. Finally.

Eat more fruits and vegetables. Why fruits and veggies? Because they're a prime source of " co-factors " - the term professionals use when talking about the vitamins, minerals and nutrients your body needs to process food. Co-factors are CRUCIAL for you to be able to absorb nutrition from food, make fuel for energy and age well. You need to eat veggies with your meat, fish, eggs and cheese. Otherwise, you could get constipated and have bad breath . Your body cannot break down protein well without co-factors.  You not only could get clogged up, but may also get leaky gut, which are holes in your intestines. These holes are made by bacteria as they gobble up the rotting protein lodged in your intestines. A leaky gut allows foreign substances to pass into your bloodstream and land in your joints.  Over time, this could result in inflammation and joint pain . It can also cause your immune system to start MISFIRING and your skin to BREAK OUT in ugly looking

"I thought this green powder must be some kind of quackery and fraud."

"On July 31, 1980, during surgery, I was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma, cancer of the lymph system. Five days after surgery, I was sent to M. D. Anderson hospital in Houston. This is the University of Texas cancer treatment center, the largest of its kind in the world. There I was told not only was my cancer widespread, but it was also incurable. After four years of treatment that included investigational drugs, my doctor told me my disease was out of control and he had nothing more to offer me. I was sent home without another appointment, but with his assurance that he would keep looking for something to help me. All this time everyone I knew had been praying for me. But now I had to face the fact that I might become another cancer fatality, along with thousands of others. But God wasn't finished with me yet.  Shortly after this, I received a letter from a friend of mine in California, who is also a nurse. Included in her letter was a sandwich bag

3 Things To Ask About A Supplement Before You Buy

Does It Contain Added Fiber?  - (Fiber terms: bran, glucomannan, cellulose, pulp) Most supplements contain fiber because it's a cheap filler . You end up getting less of the expensive ingredients (the vitamins, minerals, enzymes, probiotics, etc.) Are The Main Ingredients Synthetic?  - They are synthetic if under the list of ingredients, only the name of the vitamin or mineral appears, with or without its chemical name. For example, "Vitamin C" or "Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C)", or "Calcium Carbonate" - versus "Vitamin C (from oranges)" which gives the plant source of natural Vitamin C. Does It Have Other Synthetic Ingredients or Additives?  - Artificial Colors: FD&C Blue #2 Lake, or FD&C Red 40, etc. Synthetic Preservatives: benzoates (eg sodium benzoate), nitrites (eg sodium nitrite), sulphites (eg sulphur dioxide), sorbates (eg, potassium sorbate), etc. Additives: Dextrose, sucrose, starch, etc. The Bottom Line If your answe

"Halfway through the second bottle, the pain and swelling was gone."

"Many years ago, my ankle started giving me trouble. My doctor had it X-rayed and determined it was arthritis. I was in my fifties at the time. The ankle was swollen and there was an awful lot of pain. It was so bad I could barely walk. Clients had to be brought to me at the credit union where I worked. Before the arthritis, I would always go out to greet them. I just couldn't do it anymore. Of course, I could have taken pills that my doctor said would make me sick, so I didn't. I used to get my nails done by a woman whose mother-in-law had cancer. When she noticed my difficulty with walking, she asked me what was wrong. I told her it was arthritis. She gave me a massage, which helped, but it wasn’t the answer. At one point, I told her I don’t have much of an appetite in the morning. That's when she handed me a canister of the BarleyLife she stocked in her shop and said, "You might want to try this. It's better than nothing for breakfast."