Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Rockford Chiropractor - Asking Questions

You might think that all I am concerned with is spreading the word about upper cervical spinal care with the NUCCA procedure. It really is important. But I run into some interesting articles. Now, I am not intending to scare anyone. Just raising questions that need to be answered by someone who is not shouting "ABSOLUTELY!"  ....on any issue. There is a compelling argument here by Dr. Tim O'Shea. What do you think?

New Poisoning for San Jose Water

For years now San Jose has prided itself on being the largest 
non-fluoridated city in the US.
No more.  Combined lobbying from the American Dental Assn and the huge  industries who sell fluoride wastes to US communities have now won.
An introduction to this dark story is available on the Water chapter on my site.  In order to appreciate what has just happened in San Jose, the reader first must be informed about the real issues behind water fluoridation.  Here is an excerpt from that chapter:
           "Fluorine is an element. It is a gas, never occurring naturally in its free state. In microscopic amounts complexed with other minerals, it is often listed as a trace mineral, a nutrient for human nutrition. 
Other sources disagree, holding that 'no experimental work or clinical observations have proved that fluorine is in any manner essential for animals or man.' (Alesen, p.5)
           "This has nothing to do with fluoride or fluoridation. The fluoride added to drinking water is a compound of fluorine that is a chemical byproduct of aluminum, steel, cement, phosphate, and nuclear weapons manufacturing. Such fluoride is man-made. In this form, fluoride has no nutrient value whatsoever. It is one of the most caustic of industrial chemicals. Fluoride is the active toxin in rat poisons and cockroach powder. (Dustrude)
           "Hydrofluoric acid is used to refine high octane gasoline, to make fluorocarbons and chlorofluorocarbons for freezers and air conditioners, and to manufacture computer screens, fluorescent light bulbs, semiconductors, plastics, herbicides,  and toothpaste. It also has the ability to burn flesh to the bone, destroy eyes, and sear 
lungs so that victims drown in their own body fluid."
Now here's the Bait and Switch that many people have missed all these years:   The fluoride added to city water supplies bears little resemblance to the sodium fluoride that appears in toothpaste and dental offices, which itself is bad enough.  But water fluoridation uses a completely different compound:  industrial waste. 
Community water companies have million dollar contracts to buy fluoride waste materials from the aluminum, phosphate, and nuclear industries. 
Turns out, if these industries were not able to be selling these toxic wastes, they would be paying billions in toxic waste storage and disposal.
Everybody knows this much.  Except of course those whose only sources are the most superficial of media.  But to get this far is not difficult.
Other dots need to be connected to grasp the new California situation, however.  Here it comes:
Before he left office, Willie Brown and his cronies sold out the future a little more by passing a unique law that states that any town of more than 10,000 people MUST fluoridate if they can find outside funding to do it. 
Which means even if a referendum of the people votes it out, the town has to fluoridate, if they can find 'outside funding.'
Now for the twisted part.  Guess who has been more than happy to fund any community fluoridation they can. Give up?  The California branch of the American Dental Association.
That makes no sense, you may ruminate.  Why would the ADA be willing to spend millions of their own money to fluoridate community water supplies?  Altruistic interest in dental health?  Hardly.  That type of thing does not appear anywhere in their history. 
Correct answer:  dental fluorosis.   Destruction of teeth from fluoridation:  market expansion.   Job security.    ADA scientists have done their homework. They have read all the studies and know well what fluoridated city water really does to human dentition.
Tell me I'm wrong here.  Prove it.

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Rockford Chiropractor - Helping Pain

Why did the American Heart Association suggest in 2007 that physicians change the way they prescribe over-the-counter pain relievers from a first choice to an alternate recommendation following nonpharmacologic treatment? Most non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications work by down-regulating the COX-2 enzyme that produces inflammation in tissues. (Watch out for farm-raised Talapia fish, they up-regulate this enzyme due to the feed).
The problem comes in when these medications also down-regulate the COX-1 enzyme, which protects kidney and stomach cells. The unwanted result is stomach bleeding and liver damage...
Are there safer ways to bring down inflammation?
1st Step is to check the status of the atlas.
The first bone in the neck, the atlas, can be out of position to a very small extent. It can be so small that its displacement interferes with nerves that control inflammation!
Certain food supplements can also normalize this inflammation response. Let us help you turn your pain around and begin the healing process!
1st Step Chiropractic, using the NUCCA procedure, and where appropriate, precision use of food supplementation. 815-398-4500