CASE STUDIES

Case Studies:

Margaret Steetch of Radford, Virginian, one of the oldest known Americans, died at age of 115. She died of a nutritional deficiency. She died of the complications of a fall. What did she die from? Osteoporosis, a calcium deficiency. She had no other ailments, none whatsoever. Her daughter told reporters that her mother had a craving for sweets… indicating that she had a disease called pica. We’ll talk more about pica later, but usually when you havecravings for chocolate and sweets you have a deficiency of chromium and vanadium.

In Niger, Africa, a Chief by the name of Bower, was eulogized at age 126 by one of his wives. Yes, he had many wives. She was bragging about him, because at age 126 he was still in possession of all his own teeth.

A gentleman from Syria, who died in 1993 at age 133 was in the Guinness Book of Records, not because he was 133, not because he remarried for the fourth time at age 80, but because he fathered nine children after the age of 80!

If you are my age, you may remember the biosphere experiment . In November of 1993, the six Biospherian’s came out of their self-subsistence dome in Arizona, where they had been for two years. These three couples were, according to the intricately researched experiment, eating and growing the perfect foods, recycling the atmosphere, and were not exposed to pollution in their water or food. When they came out, they were examined by doctors from UCLA Los Angeles. Data collected from specimens taken from these individuals was put into medical computers which ultimately projected they could live to 165 years if they continued to do what they were doing.

What I’m attempting to point out is that it is possible to live to be 140 years of age in a “perfect world,” but who lives there? How can we minimize and eliminate those factors in our lives that age our bodies faster than we’d like?

One common denominator with these case studies is that it all centers on diet. These people use unrefined Sea Salt (not the kind you get in most health food stores, but salt like Celtic Sea Salt.) They cook with butter instead of olive oil and they live to be 120. This isn’t the estrogen-mimicking butter contaminated with antibiotics and steroids either. It’s organic, clean, pure butter. The closest thing we have these days is at our local co-ops.

Who are you going to believe when listening to health and longevity advice? The doctor’s who live to the ripe old age of 58 on the average, or the people who live to 140? It’s your choice.

Think about it … the average life span of an American today is 75.65 years, with women living on the average of 79.10 years and men, to age 72.2. (World Health Organization recent statistics from 2004.) The average life span for a doctor is 58.  What’s the message here? Could it be…if you want to gain 20 years, statistically, don’t go to medical school? Or is it that some professions are particularly stressful? Or that they don’t listen to their own gut instincts and instead listen to the drug companies and get influenced by their local medical associations?

To live to age 120, there are only two very simple things you have to do…avoid the things that are needlessly aging your body and incorporate lifestyle changes that extend it. Things that age your body include smoking excessively, drinking excessively, being exposed to pesticides, herbicides and other chemicals, eating improper foods, or doing stupid things like running during the middle of the night down the road in black clothes and painting your house using an aluminum ladder during an electrical storm. (News of the weird or Darwin awards)

Positive Lifestyle changes include things like… taking in essential nutrients. You need 99 nutrients in your diet every day. Sixty minerals, 16 vitamins, 12 essential amino acids or protein building blocks, 8 essential glyco*nutrients, and 3 essential fatty acids. If we don’t take in those 99 nutrients in our daily diet, we will contract a deficiency disease. The trick is that we need these nutrients in complete numbers and in optimal amounts.

Americans are getting smarter about their health, taking a far greater interest today than in the past. The American media, newspapers, magazines, TV & Radio and even the internet, has noticed our interest in supplements, health, and longevity. This is not because the American medical profession has asked them to do that, but because it sells newspapers, magazines, and air space. News on Health.

But, “We get all the vitamins we need in our diets and taking supplements just gives you expensive urine.” Right? WRONG!

I’d rather pee out 50 cents or a dollar-a-day in excess vitamins and minerals. It’s pretty cheap insurance! My goal, as your naturopath is to help you find the nutrients that work for YOUR body and tell you how much to take, so you don’t HAVE to waste any money.

Between 1776 and World War II, our government spent 80 million dollars on healthcare and healthcare research (http://www.ahrq.gov/data/hcup/) . Right now we are close to TWO TRILLION dollars per year spent for healthcare.

You may think that healthcare is free if you have insurance, but you would be wrong! I was at a Rotary meeting one time and we had a fellow from the local hospital come talk to us. He shared with us that over 40% of all people going to their hospital did not pay one cent on their bill for their treatment. Not ONE cent!

Somebody has to pay for that. Who pays for that? We do! They just raise our insurance rates to cover those kind of losses.

I’ll tell you what, if we used the human-type medical system for animals and livestock your hamburger would cost $275.00 per pound. On the other hand, if we used the agricultural health system we use for animals on humans, insurance premiums for a family of five would be around $10.00 per month. Take your choice.

Here’s an example:

How much does an ulcer cost? Maybe only a couple of hundred dollars a month in drugs, but what about all that testing and the wear and tear on the body? How many of you still believe that ulcers are caused by stress? Almost everyone has heard that.

We knew 50 years ago in the livestock industry that ulcers, at least in pigs, are caused by a bacteria called,Heliobacter pylori.  We couldn’t afford one of those high-priced stomach surgeons from the Mayo Clinic.  In fact, we used to say, “Hold the Mayo!”… We learned that with a trace mineral called bismuth and some cheap tetracycline antibiotic you can get at your local feed store, we could prevent and cure those stomach ulcers in pigs … without surgery or Prilosec or Zantac. It cost about $5.00 to cure a pig of stomach ulcers.

Now, the Natural Institutes of Health “discovered” in February of 1994 that ulcers are caused by Helicobacter pylori…not stress. They also wrote that ulcers could be cured, yes, they did say cured, not “shows promising results.” They said ulcers could be cured using a combination of the trace mineral bismuth and tetracycline. Um . . .duh.

For those of you who don’t know what bismuth is… you can get it from any drug store or grocery story. It’s about $3.00 per bottle and it’s called, Pepto Bismol. I often see it in the local Dollar Store. So, for a teaspoon of Pepto Bismo and some Aureomycin Calf Scour Pellets or the same stuff in powder form you use for your chickens, you can cure ulcers. It’s your choice… Eating for your particular blood type heals most of the other stomach problems I commonly see.

Cancer – The number two cause of death in America. In 1993, the National Cancer Institute, and the Harvard Medical School in Boston issued the results of a study on cancer patients. They had discovered an “anti-cancer diet.” The study involved doubling up on certain vitamins and minerals, using twice the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA). In reality, that is a trivial amount. For instance, they used Vitamin C for one group. Where the RDA for Vitamin C is only 60 milligrams, they gave these people double that amount, 120 milligrams. Whoopee. You can’t even find Vitamin C at your local health food store in tablets of less than 500 milligrams. Linus Pauling, the gentleman with two Nobel Prizes says, if you want to prevent and treat cancer with vitamin C, you have to use 10,000 milligrams per day.  Dr. Pauling was 96 years old, working 10-hour days on his ranch near Big Sur in California and teaching at the University of California at San Francisco.

They doubled the RDA for vitamin C and nothing happened. They doubled the RDA for Vitamin A and nothing happened. They doubled the RDA for zinc, riboflavin, the trace minerals molybdenum, and niacin… and nothing happened.

Finally, in one group they got a major benefit. In this group they received three nutrients at one time. They received vitamin E, betacarotene, and the trace mineral selenium, again at double the RDA. Keep in mind, when you get only one-half of one percent improvement in any pharmaceutical experiment, you’ve made a major improvement in humanities life. That, is a MAJOR benefit! In the group who received vitamin E, betacarotene, and selenium for five years, death from ALL causes was reduced by NINE percent! One out of every 10, who would have died from any cause, survived.

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that vitamins and minerals are important.

Thirteen percent of these people who would have died without those three nutrients, survived. Within this same group, stomach and esophageal cancer, the type of cancer most prevalent in this area where the experiment was performed decreased substantially. Twenty-one percent of these patients survived.

Those are significant numbers…

Alzheimer’s Disease – Today, everyone has heard of Alzheimer’s disease, but just 50 years ago there was no such thing as Alzheimer’s Disease. It’s a new disease. One of those things that just sort of happens. Now it is a majordisease. What’s that all about? Could it be the excess fats in our diets? Those trans-fatty acids and saturated fats we ingest in huge amounts in our daily diets? The amount of fat that Americans ingest is now larger than in any other time in our history. And it shows. According to the World Health Association, 66% of us are now considered to be “obese” (which means that we have over 30% of our body weight consisting of fat.)

If you haven’t seen the movie Super Size Me, now is the time to go to your local video store and rent it. It will change the way you think about fat …Permanently!

Higher dosages of Vitamin E via unsaturated oils like olive, sunflower, sesame, avocado, almond and Canola can prevent Alzheimer’s disease? That sounds crazy! Well it’s true. These unsaturated fats compete with the saturated fats for the same receptor sites on our cells. If the saturated and transfats overpower the unsaturated fats, the membranes get sluggish and won’t allow those essential vitamins and minerals to pass through the membranes.

One trick I use in my practice (besides cutting down on saturated and trans fats) is to use Chitosan. Chitosan binds fats. When used during meals it will bind the fats you are eating. When used before bed with a little water, it binds excess cholesterol and removes from your body via the intestinal tract. You don’t need a prescription for that! (Note:Not for those allergic to fish as Chitosan is often made from shrimp exoskeleton.)

In July of 1992 the University of California came out and said that vitamin E eases memory loss in Alzheimer’s victims. Medical doctors were 50 years behind on that discovery, so you might be safer going to a veterinarian.

Kidney Stones – Ever had a kidney stone or know anyone who has? What’s the first thing your doctor told you to give up, nutritionally, when you got the kidney stone? Calcium. This is based on the ignorant belief that the calcium in kidney stones comes from the calcium you eat. In fact, it comes from your own bones when you have…a raging calcium deficiency. First you get a raging osteoporosis and then you get kidney stones.

We learned, a thousand years ago, in the agriculture industry if you wanted to prevent kidney stones in livestock you better give them more calcium, more magnesium and more boron. Now the reason is that, bulls and rams have a special anatomy that when they get a kidney stone, they die. When you and I get a kidney stone, we just wish we were dead. I’m still emotionally traumatized from having to amputate a ram’s penis because he was a stone former. It’s called “water belly” in the sheep world. The PAIN that animal went through! Another reason why I chose small-animal medicine!

A study from Harvard Medical School back in March of 1993 stated… “Calcium limits kidney stone risk. In a study that turns conventional medical wisdom on its head, researchers have found that people whose diet is rich in calcium run a reduced risk of developing kidney stones. In a study of more than 45,000 people, who were ranked into five categories, the group that received the most calcium had no kidney stones.”

Of course it really depends on the TYPE of calcium. You want one that will be absorbed by your system, not the kind that weighs two pounds for a small bottle. That kind of calcium is hard to digest and is not bioavailable.  See my page on the types of calcium. Maybe you can figure out which one is best for you. I’ll give you a hint …after 13 years one keeps coming up again and again. It’s in ionic form.

Here are a few interesting obituaries stemming from nutritional deficiency that have been extracted and embellished with my own experiences from Dr. Joel Wallach’s tape (text in blue) Dead Doctor’s Don’t Lie (remember that tape from about 12 years ago?)

This first obituary was of particular interest to me, as I had a brain aneurysm several years ago…which I cured with supplements containing high amounts of…you guessed it….copper! (I also believe that aneurysms also have a viral core cause. These viruses attack the blood vessels causing them to be weak like a tire tread that balloons. The viruses also need to be treated if you don’t want them to rupture.)

Dr. Stuart Cartwright died at age 38. He dropped dead in his home. He was a family practitioner. He died of aruptured aneurysm. Now we learned in 1957… he died from something even a turkey wouldn’t die from. In 1957 we learned that aneurysms are caused by a copper deficiency.

A pilot project, using 250,000 turkeys was done with feed pellets deficient in copper, but containing all other trace minerals and nutrients (about 90 different nutrients). In the first 13 weeks, fully one half, 125,000 of those turkeys died. Farmers were out there picking them up by the bushel basket. Those that died were taken to the state diagnostic lab. They were autopsied. It was found that they all had died of a ruptured aortic aneurysm. So they doubled the amount of copper in the feed and next year they raised 500,000 turkeys and didn’t loose a single one from a ruptured aortic aneurysm. They ran that experiment on rats, rabbits, dogs, cats, calves and sheep and what not and found out there is a whole series of diseases caused by a copper deficiency.

Gray hair and skin wrinkles are signs of copper deficiency. You start getting gray hair you’ve got a copper deficiency. You get skin wrinkles (yes, “crows feet”) because the elastic fibers in your skin are going. Then of course, there are varicose veins and body parts sagging. These are caused by elastic fiber breakdown. You can go to a plastic surgeon if you want, but it would be more effective and a lot safer if you just take some copper. As Dr. Wallach says, “Dr. Cartwright may have had a medical degree, but he didn’t have ‘expensive urine.’ He died from something that even a turkey wouldn’t die from.”

The best form to take? Ionic, but there are some whole food sources as well. If you are craving these foods, your body is trying to tell you that you need more copper.

Other diseases involving copper deficiency include: Anemia, baldness, benign prostatic hyperplasia, bone and joint abnormalities, brain disturbances, diarrhea, elevated LDL cholesterol levels, general weakness, hypoglycemia, impaired immune function, impaired respiratory function, osteoporosis, retinal degeneration, rheumatoid arthritis and skin sores.

Note that eating large amounts of sugar significantly increases copper deficiency.  Now, if you are thinking that doesn’t apply to you, we’ll talk about your salt cravings later on! Copper needs to be in a balanced formula. Large amounts of zinc, iron and Vitamin C bind to copper making it unavailable to the system.

Here’s a guy by the name of Steward Burger. He wrote five best-selling books on health and diets. He received his medical degree from Tufts Medical School, located not far from Harvard Medical School. The books he wrote included the South Hampton Diet for Weight LossForever Young20 Years Younger in 20 Weeksand How To Be Your Own Nutritionist. He died at age 40. How’d you like to follow his dietary practices? He died of age 40 ofcardiomyopathy… a selenium deficiency. Yikes.

We know it in the veterinary field as white muscle disease or stiff lamb disease. I had this drummed into me during my years studying for my Animal Science degree. Washington is known as a selenium-deficient area. I used to live and work at the Washington State University Swine Center in my senior year of college. If we didn’t give selenium shots that first week in a pig’s life there at the center, they would keel over and die on the way to the slaughter house. Pretty gross. I wish I could forget some of that stuff!

Now, any farmer can go to the feed store and get selenium pellets or injections to prevent this disease. Dr. Burger, author of five best-selling books on nutrition… died of a nutritional deficiency. He didn’t have “expensive urine,” says Dr. Wallach.

Now, Dr. Wallach from the Dead Doctors Don’t Lie tape believes that you can prevent, totally prevent,cardiomyopathy for just ten cents per day and if we don’t do it, we are “malignant dumb.”

I don’t know if that is true, but it is one of those land mines you can avoid. I believe that it is perfectly safe to take ionic minerals every day, but I always tell my clients, “If a little is good, a lot ain’t necessarily better.” A quote that was drummed into my by one of my disease prevention professors at Washington State University. It’s hard on your body as well as your pocket book. Most people test they need only 2 tablespoons/day of the ionic minerals and vitamins. I believe they are a lot safer than “potty pellets” and that you really do urinate out the excess.

This is the last one, and it comes directly off Dr. Wallach’s tape. It’s just too funny to pass up…

“Many of you may know this woman. Her name is Dr. Gail Clark. She was age 47 when she died. She was the Chief Cardiologist at the West Saint Louis County Group of Hospitals. She was the Chief Cardiologist at Saint Marie’s Health Center in Richmond Heights. She died from heart attack… a cardiomyopathy heart attack. You can just see her walking down the hall. She’s got the stethoscope around her neck… the status symbol, the stethoscope around her neck. Boom! She has a heart attack and falls down right in the hall. The nurses scoop her up, and put her on a gurney. They call the technicians and another doctor… “Code 3,” “Code Blue,” or whatever it is and they whip her into a room. Get this picture? Let’s say you are a cardiac patient. You are all hooked up to the monitors and IV’s, and you hear them say, “Tear her clothes off. OK, stand back. Buzzzzzzzzzzzz! It didn’t work! Turn it up! Stand back! Buzzzzzzzzzzzz! And then you hear that terrible sound when you know the treatment didn’t work. Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! The flat line when you know the heart is gone. Everybody walks out and you ask, “Nurse! Nurse! What happened next door?” and she says, “Well, your cardiologist, Dr. Gail Clark, the Chief Cardiologist of this hospital, age 47, just died of a cardiomyopathy heart attack.” You now see all the patients are holding their gowns, running out of that hospital, leaving their watches and shoes, check books, and credit cards, because they don’t want to get what Dr. Gail Clark got.”

One of the reasons why I love this example is that I was down in Mexico getting some chelation therapy a few years ago and a story was circulating about one of the patients there. I guess it was circulating because I saw him there. Another client was relaying his story to me. This man asked his doctor if he should have chelation for his heart blockage. “Are you insane?” Asked his doctor. “If you do that, you will die.” Of course he stressed the die part. I’ve experienced doctors who sometimes do that.

Well, the man did the chelation anyway. He went down to the Coyle Chelation Clinic in Sonora, Mexico. As a nurse was showing him around and guiding him to a comfortable chair to sit in while he had his first treatment, he glanced in the rooms filled with Lay-Z-Boy chairs and whom did he see? His own cardiologist!  Do you think he said, “Imagine seeing you here, doc?” Uh …no. That’s not what he said. I actually won’t repeat what he said. Moving on…

Pica Appetite:

Remember I told you I was going to tell you about Pica. Pica is a funny disease. Pica is a disease that farmers know about. In horses it is called, cribbing. It’s when the animal chews on the wooden feed bunk. The treatment is to supplement some minerals. These are fun cases.

Dairy cattle lose lots of minerals through their milk by intensive milking. You will see them picking up big rocks from the creek and chewing on them, or chewing on barbed wire, or you’ll see them walking down the path chewing on a bone, or a shingle. That’s called Pica. Every good farmer and husbandryperson knows you’ve got to give them some minerals or they will eat the barn.

In human beings we see this at funny times. Pregnant woman are notorious for Pica. In the middle of the night they might elbow their husband saying, “I want some pickles and ice cream.” They are craving minerals because that fetus is pulling minerals out of their body. They crave sweets and salty things because of their mineral deficiencies. The baby’s nourishment comes first. If they don’t get those minerals replenished they get hemorrhoids and leaky bladders. Over time, they need specific minerals and glandulars to repair the deficiency damage. Sometimes the woman will opt for surgical procedures.

Every once in a while I’ll get a dirt eater in. That is called Pica as well. I had one secretary who ate dirt. She actually told me what the best kind was…the red kind on particular stretch of road on the way to Twin Falls, Idaho. Red dirt? Iron deficiency. I told her to at least heat it overnight in the oven. At least she’d kill off the roundworm eggs in it. I put her on ionic minerals.

I see cats in advanced stages of leukemia,  AIDS, and FIP (Feline Infectious Peritonitis)occasionally. I always know that they are too far gone to help when the owner tells me they found them at the (clay litter) litter box eating the stuff. “How do you know they are eating it?” I ask. “It’s just plastered all over their mouth.” They say. “Darn  . . .Bummer.” I say.

Another type of pica:

In housing projects little kids will eat lead paint (pica appetite again) and get lead poisoning which leads to learning disabilities, bone problems, and anemia. I remember that chipped paint when I was young. My mom told me not to eat it. I wasn’t compelled to.

Liver Spots:

Any way, if you have a selenium deficiency and don’t want to wait until you have a heart attack and die to recognize it, just look at your hands and other body parts for liver spots. If you have liver spots you have an early selenium deficiency… that’s called, free radical damage. Fortunately, if you recognize this and start taking some ionic minerals, in four to six months they will lighten in color. If they are going away on the outside, your body is getting healthier on the inside, which helps protect your heart, liver, and kidneys.

Check your fingernails to evaluate your liver health:

The other quick test you can do to check your liver function is to look at the tips of your fingernails. If they have a red line at the tip, your liver is working like crazy trying to keep up with detoxification. You might want to add someburdock root into your supplement protocol and eat those raw fruits and vegetables . . .at least 1 1/2 cups a day of each.

Low Blood Sugar – About 10% of the American population have low blood sugar. How many of you have seen a hyperactive child on sugar? Well, chromium and vanadium deficiencies will result in sugar problems such as low blood sugar and hyper-activity including ADD and ADHD. If you ignore this issue, over the years it can lead to diabetes.

Tin deficiency – leads to male pattern baldness. If you let it go on for any length of time, you get deafness and tinnitis. I had an office worker who was deaf in both ears caused from nerve deafness. She always tested she needed tin.

Boron deficiency – Helps with the absorption of calcium to build strong bones so you don’t get osteoporosis. Also, it helps you make estrogen and testosterone. If you don’t get enough boron, women will suffer miserably going through menopause. You’ll also want to take the right kinds of oil for your body to suck those nutrients in and make them available to your bones. Boron is in the correct balance in these ionic minerals, or you can increase your boron by eating whole foods.

Zinc deficiency – The first symptoms of a zinc deficiency are loss of your sense of smell and taste. You don’t have a cold, but food just doesn’t taste good anymore. If you walk into the kitchen, and the cook asks if you are excited about dinner… and you say, “I didn’t smell anything when I walked in”… you know you have a zinc deficiency. This is the most common mineral deficiency I see in the United States. Often, the client will need more than ionic minerals to fix this. I put them on Standard Process™ Zinc Liver Chelate® or Chezyn®–especially if they also have visual disturbances. People just don’t seem to eat the amounts of nuts and seeds they need to get their zinc in. We have to supplement.

Other symptoms of zinc deficiency and whole foods high in zinc.

Trace Minerals, also called Rare Earth minerals, are defined as being:

1)     Present in all healthy tissues of living organisms.

2)     In concentrations within tissues that are relatively constant from one species to the next.

3)     Necessary for optimal health. Deficiencies induce reproducible physiological and structural abnormalities in several species. Note: Replacement of same may reverse the defects.

Now, you can’t just take in processed ores like gold and aluminum without becoming poisoned by them. This is calledheavy metal poisoning. These minerals need to be in an organic form so that they are bioavailable to the body. This is one reason why so many people have high blood pressure. They are eating salt that has been so process and heated, that the molecules within salt are inorganic (dead), and the body can’t absorb them. Now, sodium and chloride are not trace minerals, but any mineral organically bound is generally not toxic to the body. Read more on the best kind of salt to buy, here.

Remember, I told you that we need 99 nutrients: 60 minerals, 16 vitamins, 12 essential amino acids, 8 essential sugars, and 3 essential fatty acids? We are lucky in that plants can make most amino acids and fatty acids. Plants can do that because they take carbon out of the air to make vitamins, amino acids, and fatty acids. However, we need to eat 15-25 different plants each day to make this happen. The fact is, the average American doesn’t do this. The average American thinks if they are eating potato buds out of a box, they are eating a vegetable. It’s true. Potato buds do NOT count as a vegetable! You’ve got to be careful about what you consider a vegetable. It has to be live and raw to get many of the vitamins, and enzymes, your body needs.

While it is theoretically possible, it is not likely you are going to get these 99 essential nutrients in proper proportions from your diet. If your life is as valuable to you as mine is to me, as valuable as my husband’s life is to me, I would make sure I was getting all my essential vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants, and fatty acids. You just have to supplement. I can guarantee that you won’t make it to 120 years of age, or even live a quality life until you die if you don’t supplement. You’re just not going to do it. So, you want to pick some great quality supplements. What you put into your body comes out as health. Garbage in, garbage out.

Is our topsoil depleted of minerals?

I believe that our farm and range soils are depleted of minerals. The crops; grains, fruit, vegetables, nuts, etc. grown on these soils are mineral deficient and the people who eat these grains, fruit, vegetables, nuts and anything else grown on these soil get mineral deficiency diseases.

Our soils may not be as depleted as some believe, but they are pretty darned contaminated with petrochemicals, herbicides, pesticides and fungicides. If you are a chemically sensitive person like I am, you know what I mean. How could our soil NOT be imbalanced when we only add back NPK (Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium) fertilizers and no trace minerals?

I don’t know about you, but I purchase shale minerals in bulk and add them to my garden. I also compost and care for the soil I grow our fruits and vegetables in.

from – http://www.naturalhealthtechniques.com/BasicsofHealth/Ionic_minerals.htm

Dr. Denise Moffat; a hero in my book for telling it like it is – and from a vet’s background,hmmm.

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