We have added a couple of new features on the site readers should find interesting:
We put up a Gift Shop specializing in one-off, personalized, somewhat high-end gifts for people you love, want to impress, or just hope will remember you as a great gift giver. I’m guessing a fair percentage of our readers have made it to senior status with a measure of success, and would like to find special gifts to convey their personal affection for the recipient in their own words or style. Here is a way to create unique, personal way to tell someone they are cherished or commemorate and event or occasion for posterity. Give it a look and remember it for gifts that no one else can give.
We have also started our Forum on senior fitness that will let our readers share their thoughts, opinions, questions and success stories with the readership. You can find it in the upper right corner of the home page above Frank’s Column. We hope it will be a forum for collective wisdom; a realm where experience is told and understanding is gleaned. We will start off with topics related to our Categories and pose some insights and question we hope you will jump in on. We are also looking for ideas to improve the site; so far it represents the interests and opinions, editorially speaking, of just two people. We are confident you have some ideas that will make the site more interesting and eventful; let’s hear them. When you set up your user name and password, we will put you on the e-mail list for our upcoming fitness-gram. Later you can opt out or confirm your subscription if you find it worth reading.
Have you had you tissue levels of heavy metals tested? Do you know how much mercury, uranium, aluminum and other toxic metals you are loaded with? Seven years ago I had a bout of fatigue that wouldn’t quit. I told my then chiropractor, who suggested a hair analysis. I gave him the hair and got back a diagnosis of adrenal failure, due to several stress factors in my life. All my mineral ratios were in the toilet – high calcium/potassium ratio, low sodium/magnesium and low sodium/potassium ratio – all indicative of adrenal exhaustion. High blood calcium means it is not in your bones, and probably building up in other areas; in my case, in my arteries. I was showing high blood glucose levels, low thyroid function, low cortical hormone production, and key to all this, very high levels of mercury, uranium and aluminum. I found a Dr. who did IV chelation therapy and took 30 session along with treatment with human-identical testosterone, and started feeling better in just a few weeks.
IV chelation isn’t effective at removing mercury, and I suspect my levels are still high, having twelve old-time amalgam fillings in my head. So I was giddy to see Dr. Robt. Rowen’s newsletter “Second Opinion” for July discusses a very effective mercury removal tool based on an amazing chemical complex found in peat. This humic/fulvic acid complex is incredibly effective at coaxing mercury out of all the body’s organs, but especially the brain. He quotes Dr David Quig of Doctor’s Data Testing Lab: “I’m impressed with the animal and human data reports. The few clinics I know using the peat products are extremely impressed with the results”. He discusses the expected means by which the stuff works, but notes it is not fully understood. Regardless, there are several products on the market based on the humic/fulvic acid complex, most of which are not expensive. Enzymatic Therapies makes Metal Magnet, and Nutricology just introduced MetalChel8, to name two. I’m going to jump on this with both feet.
Good Living – Frank
Frank Wilhelmi – Retired/consultant electronic engineer researches and reports practical strategies for optimizing health and fitness into advanced age. “I have a passion for living life to the fullest, and helping others to do the same.” A rapidly growing body of knowledge now enables us to extend our health and fitness decades beyond popular expectations.