STUDIO CITY, CA.  IN THE RECENTLY RELEASED MOVIE, STILL ALICE, the main character, Dr. Alice Howland is a practicing professor of linguistics at Columbia University and is sensitively and emotionally portrayal by actress Julianne Moore who won this year’s Best Actress category for her performance as Alice.  In the film, Dr. Howland’s memory and general mental cognitive brain function are rapidly slipping away from her. She has received a devastating diagnosis of a familial form of Alzheimer’s that impacts patients in their  late 30’s, 40’s and 50’s. Today, 200,000 patients in the US are believed to be suffering from this genetic form of the disease definitively identified by an apolipoprotein (APOE-4) gene variant blood test. The film points out a belief supported by many leading neurologists that the standard prescribed acetylcholine neurotransmitter drugs, Aricept, Naminda and Exelon have been disappointing in controlling this disease at its core and at best only masking symptoms.

And so the question begs, could turmeric’s curcumin have helped Alice in her battle to preserve a lifetime of knowledge and gathered personal memories she had worked so hard to acquire? This question in fact may be a very thoughtful one, particularly since the formation of beta amyloid plaque as it accumulates in the brain as fibril tangles, is the hallmark of this disease and even though  studies have shown turmeric dissolves amyloid plaque, all turmeric is not alike. This progressive encroachment within the brain will eventually overtake the brain’s normal functions and that is the simple explanation of Alzheimer’s. To see the unique turmeric formula awarded the Excellence In New Health Product Innovation award at the Emord & Associates Gala, in Cambridge, Maryland  http://www.abigon.com/buying_turmeric.html

“Professor Murali Doraswamy of Duke University, in addressing the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ at their annual meeting in the UK, 2009 explained: “There is very solid evidence that turmeric’s curcumin binds to and dissolves plaques”. He explained how curcumin also prevented younger mice from beginning the disease forming new plaques in the first place.

UCLA’s Geffen School of medicine researchers traveled to India to study what might explain the lack of Alzheimer disease reported in the country that has the lowest cases in the world.  Researcher, Dr. Sally Frautschy reported t only 1% of villagers over 65 tested showed any signs of having or developing Alzheimer’s.

The American Alzheimer’s Asso. seven stages of Alzheimer’s to know if you or a loved one are beginning to exhibit  any of the advancing signs. http://www.abigon.com/buying_turmeric.html

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Danny Boy, A Little History Behind This Favorite Song

Saturday, March 14, 2015
posted by Christian

No Saint Patrick’s Day would be complete without hearing the familiar strains of the favorite Irish song, Danny Boy. The mere mention of the song any time of the year will also  bring an immediate and favorable response.  “That was my father’s favorite song or someone might say, it was my mother’s favorite song or it is one of my favorite songs. So where did it come from, who wrote it and when was it written? Is it an Irish song? Well it is actually not an Irish song although the Irish have adopted it, it was written in 1910 by an English attorney named Fredrick Whetherly who, as a hobby,  enjoyed writing poetry. Whetherly had sent the lyric as a poem to his sister-in-law Margaret in America.  She later recounted how she continually found herself singing her brother in laws words to the melody of the beloved hyme, Londonderry Air.  She sent the music to Whetherly in England and he too was impressed with how well the metric rhyme and music fit together and so became the song Danny Boy, the song the world celebrates each March 17th. Danny Boy has been recorded by over a hundred artists since  the first recording in 1915. Arguably reviewed as one of the interpretations  that best represents the emotion of Danny Boy. http://www.abigon.com/christianwildemusic.html

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Danny Boy, A Favorite Version of One of America’s Favorite Songs

Sunday, March 8, 2015
posted by Christian

No Saint Patrick’s Day would be complete without hearing the familiar strains of the favorite Irish song, Danny Boy. The mere mention of the song any time of the year will also  bring an immediate and favorable response.  “That was my father’s favorite song or someone might say, it was my mother’s favorite song or it is one of my favorite songs. So where did it come from, who wrote it and when was it written? Is it an Irish song? Well it is actually not an Irish song although the Irish have adopted it, it was written in 1910 by an English attorney named Fredrick Whetherly who, as a hobby,  enjoyed writing poetry.

Whetherly had sent the lyric as a poem to his sister-in-law Margaret in America.  She later recounted how she continually found herself singing her brother in laws words to the melody of the beloved hyme, Londonderry Air.  She sent the music to Whetherly in England and he too was impressed with how well the metric rhyme and music fit together and so became the song Danny Boy, the song the world celebrates each March 17th. Danny Boy has been recorded by over a hundred artists since  the first recording in 1915.

As a professional singer, I have sung Danny Boy as a request at many funerals.  I have never accepted payment and  several years ago I went to Ohio to sing at someone’s a service.  After this particular service a young lady and her mother came up to me and the mother firmly shook my hand and in a very sincere and tearful voice said, “you must promise to sing those two songs for my funeral.” So intense was her request that I tried to lighten the air with, are you planning on dying this weekend because I am flying back to  LA in the morning.  Not letting go of my hand she emphatically  repeated her request,  I knew she was serious.  You must promise me and  I said I would. Six months later I got an email from the lady’s daughter who had been with her at that service saying, my mom died last night and you promised to sing two songs for her funeral.  (The second song was You’ll Never Walk Along.”)   I had made that commitment to her mom.   The following morning I called musicians together and recorded the two songs she had requested. Two years ago I included the two songs in my CD, Journey On Hold.  You may hear it here. Thanks for listening and Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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SIDE STEPPING YOUR HEART ATTACK

Sunday, March 8, 2015
posted by Christian

Author/Researcher, Christian Wilde’s Book,  Hidden Causes of Heart Attack and Stroke (Inflammation, cardiology’s new frontier), endorsed by the Directors of Preventive Cardiology at five major universities, explains why 50% of all heart attacks continue to  happen to people with normal cholesterol and why heart disease is not all a matter of cholesterol and it is now proven that there is an undeniable link with inflammation and heart attacks.

The five years of research by the author explains in everyday language and large print why each of us needs to become more informed and aware of the cutting edge blood tests that identify the hidden causes (80% of which are not normally given you). As the author reminds us, “no one will have the vested interest in protecting you and your family more than you.” You will be able to intelligently interface with your physician to be sure that you and your loved ones are receiving the cutting edge information (including the inherited factors), several which can now be identified and neutralized before they claim your life or that of a loved one. Isn’t it a fact that most people who die of a heart attack or stroke were actually being monitored by a doctor, so obviously some hidden risk factor undetected or unidentified, must have slipped beneath the radar including inflammation and heart attacks.

The author  continues to ask, “can you really afford to not be involved with something this important? You will become familiar with how to neutralize inflammation, risk factors that contribute to blood viscosity and what procedures are available for “no option” heart patients. The second book, Miracle Stem Cell Heart Repair, was written for the 5.5 M heart failure patients in the US and with the world leaders in stem cell research at seven universities including Columbia, Utah, UCSD and UCLA and their patients explain, how a one-time, minimally invasive stem cell procedure has removed them from a “no option” status to recovery and how for the first time in history the heart muscle is being rejuvenated. A true medical miracle even for those patients who had survived one or more heart attacks even years before. Both books are offered at a special price for the next month.

“Until this book, a reliable reference for the patient was simply not available as the subject is vast and complicated.” John Rumberger, M.D.,Ph.D, FACC, Former Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Ohio State and currently Director of Imaging, Princeton University.

“What Christian Wilde suggests today is destined to become standard medical practice in the next decade.” Gregory Guldner, MD, MS, Director of Residency in ER Medicine, Loma Linda University.

 

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Undetected Silent Strokes Causing Memory Loss

Saturday, October 25, 2014
posted by Christian

Christian Wilde’s  landmark book, Hidden Causes of Heart Attack and Stroke, noted that UCLA researcher Dr. Megan Leary had found from examining 5,500 brain scans, 11M silent strokes were going undetected  to Americans  each year. Now, several years later, other research is linking damage from TIAs (transient ischemic attacks) and dementia. The new research  links ‘silent strokes that leave small spots of dead brain cells  in about one out of four older adults contributing to their memory loss. The study is published in a print issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology authored by Adam M. Brickman, PhD, Taub Institute for Research on Alzheimer’s Disease and the aging brain.  With an aging population now that the Baby Boomers have turned 65 and people  living longer, dementia in it’s various forms is threatening  to completely demolish all medical  protocols and formulations for care.  It is estimated by 2050, the cost to the US will be 20 trillion dollars. Inflammation’s role in stroke is documented. A new stroke study with high expectations  is being done by the Salk Institute using turmeric to not only  break the clot but to actually repair the brain damaged vessel  itself, also inflammation and heart attacks


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Turmeric Proven A Powerful Anti-Depressive

Friday, October 24, 2014
posted by Christian

According to the CDC, one in ten Americas may be depressed and at an associated cost of 12B for pharmaceutical drugs. At the top of the list of approved and prescribed anti-anxiety drugs has been Prozac (fluoxetine). A study done at the Department of Pharmacology of Government Medical College in Bhavnagar, Gujarat, India, determined turmeric’s curcumin to be as effective as Prozac but without the dangerous side effects in treating major depressive disorder MMD. Mental illness is obviously a very serious condition,  whatever one does, it must be with their physician’s approval, particularly if the patient has presented with ideas of suicide or any other psychotic disorders. According to the New York Times Health Guide, depression causes symptoms such as changes in appetite and sleep patterns, feelings of restlessness or irritability, lack of energy, loss of interest in favorite activities, feelings of hopelessness, inappropriate guilt or worthlessness and in some cases, suicidal thoughts or actions.  While depression is usually treated with medication and psychotherapy,  those hoping to avoid medication and its often-unpleasant side effects, turmeric for depression seek alternative or holistic methods of healing, such as meditation, biofeedback, exercise and herbal and dietary supplements.

 

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Turmeric Outshines NSAIDS for Arthritis & Joint Pain

Thursday, October 23, 2014
posted by Christian

There is no dispute, rheumatoid arthritis is an inflammatory based disease. Physicians  prescribing medications have relied on NSAIDS in spite of the fact that they  all  expose the patients to side effects, including liver damage and gastrointestinal bleeding and even death. In search of a natural form of anti-inflammatory for swollen joints, a new study, coauthored by Ajay Goel  PhD compared  the anti-inflammatory  Indian spice turmeric  with each of the popular  NSAIDS including Ibuprofen, Aleve, Aspirin and diclofenac sodium.  Could turmeric perform as well but without the side effects of the pharmaceutical drugs? turmeric and rheumatoid arthritis   Participants put into three groups for eight weeks. One group took curcumin in supplement form, one group took diclofenac sodium and the third group took a combination of the two NSAIDS. While all groups showed improvement 14% of the subjects dropped out of the study because of side effects but not one in the turmeric group. According to the findings, sprinkling a little turmeric on your meal or eating out in an Indian restaurant one or twice a week will not give you enough curcumin. He suggests supplements of 500 mgs per day for maximum benefit. The Christian Wilde Enhanced Turmeric+ Formula has 600 mgs curcumin, http://www.abigon.com/buying_turmeric.html

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Heart Book in 8th Printing, Still Preventing Heart Attacks

Wednesday, October 22, 2014
posted by Christian

About 10 years ago, cardiologists, for the first time, were feeling confident in saying, ischemic heart disease is a 90%  preventable form of heart disease.  While the industry at large was touting and still touts cholesterol as the main culprit, a landmark  book based on  5.5 years of research  claimed that 50% of all heart attacks were happening to people with normal cholesterol.  Hidden Causes of Heart Attack and Stroke (Inflammation, cardiology’s new frontier)  was one of the very first books to identify the role of inflammation in heart disease.  inflammation and heart attacks  Do you know which blood tests could  identify your family’s hidden risk factors? The book written for the general public has been endorsed by the Directors of Preventive Cardiology at 5 major universities and the information is still considered cutting edge today  in helping thousands avoid heart attacks and heart disease. Reviewed as being a decade ahead in it’s information. “What Christian Wilde suggests today is destined to be standard medical practice in the next decade.” As the author has said on more than 500 radio shows and lectures, heart attacks and heart failure, “No one will have the vested interest in yours or your family’s heart health than you.”

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Why Does India Have The Lowest Alzheimer’s & Cancer?

Tuesday, October 21, 2014
posted by Christian

Last year alone Alzheimer’s Disease cost the US healthcare system over 200 billion dollars.  Well, that is not the whole of it because another 210 billion was an additional amount that went  unpaid for volunteer caregivers.  The Alzheimer Association predicts a healthcare expenditure of 20 trillion dollars by 2050!  This is more than our national debt as a nation.  So, looking at these incredible figures can we ask ourselves why the country of India does not have a problem with Alzheimer’s or dementia? http://www.heidi777.builderspot.com/buying_turmeric.html  The Geffen School of Medicine researchers at UCLA actually found that among certain villagers over age 65 in India only 1% showed signs of developing the brain robbing disease.  Literally hundreds of studies have been done that find the reason to be turmeric’s ability to inhibit the formation of beta amyloid plaque  and also,  turmeric for Alzheimer’s disease dissolving existing turmeric for Alzheimer’s disease.

WHAT CAUSES Alzheimer’s?  Alzheimer’s disease is caused by the formation of fibril tangles that form in the brain and in effect cloud the brain with beta amyloid plaque,  causing the brain’s memory to short circuit. http://www.heidi777.builderspot.com/buying_turmeric.html

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Turmeric for Rheumatoid and Osteoarthritis Pain

Tuesday, August 19, 2014
posted by Christian

NSAIDS are non-steroidal drugs for inflammatory conditions like Osteo and Rheumatoid arthritis, gout, or similar painful joint related conditions? Three recent studies have identified serious and sometimes fatal health issues with  NSAID side effects.  Popular drugs  like,  Celebrex, Naproxen, Aleve, Ibuprofen, Diclofenac Sodium, Aspirin, Anacin, Excedrin and even Voltaren showed negative effects in the safety trials.  Are you or someone you love on any of these drugs? Because of these recent findings of endangering patients, physicians are now aware of what they have always suspected and based on the recent findings are leaning more and more to natural remedies for their patients. At the top of the list of remedies without side effects is Turmeric and it’s main ingredient, curcumin, however all turmeric is not the same.  Christian Wilde’s Enhanced Turmeric+ Formula has just won the Excellence In New Health Product Innovation Award presented by Emord & Associates’  at the organization’s, 20th Anniversary Gala in Cambridge Maryland. turmeric and rheumatoid arthritis The formula combines additional anti inflammatory natural components to  synergize with turmeric.   Long known Anti-inflammatory spices and herbs, like Boswellia, Ginger, Devil’s Claw, Bromelain, Green Tea Extract and a patented Bioperine to make the formula bioavailable. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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