Entries by Mike Bundrant

Watch the free video The AHA! Process: An End to Self-Sabotage and discover the lost keys to personal transformation and emotional well-being that have been suppressed by mainstream mental health for decades. The information in this video has been called the missing link in mental health and personal development. In a world full of shallow, quick-fix techniques, second rate psychology and pharmaceutical takeovers, real solutions have become nearly impossible to find. This presentation will turn your world upside down. Mike Bundrant is co-founder of the iNLP Center and host of Mental Health Exposed, a Natural News Radio program. Follow Mike on Facebook for daily personal development tips.

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New Study Links Common Cancers to Obesity

Mike Bundrant is co-founder of the iNLP Center.
A new research report from the United Kingdom shows an alarming connection between overweight and obese persons and the risk of developing the most common types of cancer. Using the body mass…

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Suicide Tourism on the Rise, Doubling Since 2008

The ongoing debate about assisted suicide and the right to die with dignity is a sensitive issue among both politicians and religious leaders around the world.
Since 1942, however, assisted suicide has been legally available in the country of Switzerland.…

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The Slow Attack: Symptoms of Low-Grade Arsenic Poisoning

Low levels of arsenic, ingested over time through common food and drinking water, can lead to serious and even fatal health complications.
While occasionally arsenic may be used as an intentional poison, it is increasingly discovered in ground water. Over…

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Codeine Cough Syrups Reduce White Matter in the Brain

Many countries allow over the counter cough syrups to use codeine as an active ingredient to help suppress a cough.
Unfortunately, the practice has allowed codeine cough syrups to become a drug of choice for young people to use as…

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Can Tickling Your Ear Reduce the Chance of Heart Failure?

Researchers are currently working on a new method to stimulate the heart as a possible future treatment for heart failure. Using electrical pulses to stimulate the vagus nerve, a branch of which runs from the ear to the heart, they…

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New Research Ties the Mental Illness to the Immune System

A research study conducted by scientists at the University of Cambridge suggests that there is a significant link between how the body responds to common childhood illnesses, like the flu, and the development of depression or psychosis in adulthood.
Conducted…

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Prevention Magazine Highlights Foods Most Likely to Contain Arsenic

Reports by the Food and Drug Administration have confirmed what many citizens already suspected. Many of the foods being bought and eaten every day contain growing levels of arsenic.
How Does Arsenic End Up in Food?
Arsenic is found in…

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Family History: How Often Is It Responsible for Chronic Disease? Research Reveals the Truth

by Dr. Wes Youngberg
Join thousands of health enthusiasts who just finished watching my ongoing 12-week wellness series broadcast free through YouTube. Starting August 1 and each Friday afternoon through Sunday night, a new 60-minute wellness presentation will be accessible.…

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Vermicomposting: How to Create Compost from Kitchen Scraps

By Andy Cannella
As a professional vegetable gardener I find it indispensable in maintaining an organic, sustainable, thriving garden.
In a recent post I described the type of composting most people are familiar with, a big pile in the backyard…

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Three Natural Ways to Support Healthy Thyroid Function


By: Alexander Shikhman, MD PhD
The thyroid gland is a hormonal gland that plays an essential role in metabolism, growth and maturation of the human body. It helps regulate many bodily functions including:
-    Body temperature
-    Heart rate
-  …

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