Saturday, October 24, 2015

Big News! The Truth About Cancer A Global Quest Video Marathon This Weekend!

We’ve had so many wonderful people sending us emails and 
submitting support tickets about all kinds of things...

... from personal stories of survival, to wanting to thanking us, to missing 
an episode and wanting to still be able to see it, to questions about ordering 
and which package is right, etc.

We’ve had so many emails and tickets that we haven’t been able to 
get to every single one - in fact, it will likely take us another 2 or 3 days 
to personally respond and help everyone.

So we’ve been working on a solution today that would make everyone happy 
and it’s also something special that we wanted to do for you while you wait 
for us to get back to you.

We’re going to have a 48 hour replay marathon of EVERY SINGLE episode 
all weekend long.

Go here to watch all 9 episodes right now for free

We’re also going to extend the ‘early bird’ offer through Sunday night at 
midnight as well.

It’s not fair to those of you wanting more clarity before you order to miss out 
on the 50% off sale, so we’re extending that as well.

This is a perfect solution for a perfect problem quite frankly.

Because this “problem” simply means that we’re having a bigger impact than 
we were anticipating and it means that we’re reaching more and more people 
and saving more lives.

While I’m very sorry for the delay, I’m very excited for the impact we’re having.

Thanks for understanding and enjoy this replay marathon weekend here.

Ty Bollinger

PS. If you’ve missed an episode or simply want to watch one again. This is 
the perfect opportunity for you to ‘catch up’.

Also, if you’re on the fence about owning a copy of the series, now is the time 
to decide since we’ll be taking it down Sunday night as well.

PPS. Don’t forget about our LIVE Q&A tomorrow at 12:00pm Eastern US time. 
I’ll send you links in the morning, plus you’ll find the links on the replay page
here as well.

See you tomorrow :-)

Be sure to visit http://www.PolyMVA.COM If you have cancer or love someone who does
1339 Broadway, El Cajon, CA 92021
Phone: 619-447-6500
Toll Free: 866-765-9682
Fax: 619-447-6501

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest - Episode 8

Endorsed by The Truth About Cancer as an effective cancer fighter.

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Toll Free: 866-765-9682
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Friday, October 16, 2015

The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest - Episode 4

Thank you so much for the positive feedback so far. YOU, are the reason 
we made this series and I’m so glad that you’re getting so much out of it.

The fourth episode airs tonight at 9pm Eastern and then it will replay 
for the next 23 hours (until 8:00pm tomorrow night). 

Go here to watch episode four

Feel free to go to the page now, so that’s it open and ready in 
your web browser, and then at 9pm (when the countdown on the 
page reaches all zeros, the page will automatically load the episode
and you’ll be ready to go. 

(or you can just visit the page above at 9pm - totally up to you) 

BTW - if you’re not sure what your local time is when it’s 
9PM Eastern - simply visit to find out 

Enjoy the rest of your day and I’ll see you tonight :-) 

Ty Bollinger 

PS. We’re doing something extra special with this series that we tested 
during the last one and everyone absolutely LOVED it. 

We want to make sure that you have everything you need to prevent 
and treat cancer and that means answering questions that you may 
have along the way. 

On each episode page, there will be a section titled “Live Q&A With 
Ty & Charlene” where you can submit your top 2 questions about that 
specific episode (or topic) and at the end of the series, we’re going to hold 
a Live video broadcast where we’ll  answer all your top questions from 
each episode. 

This way you’re guaranteed to get as much information as possible 
and so that you have everything you need to live a long healthy life :-) 

Here’s the page for Episode 4 again. 

Watch episode 4 here at 9pm tonight

Poly MVA is an excellent source of Alpha Lipoic Acid. It is a powerful cancer fighter!
Learn more at http://www.PolyMVA.COM
1339 Broadway, El Cajon, CA 92021
Phone: 619-447-6500
Toll Free: 866-765-9682

Monday, October 12, 2015

10 Important Reasons Men Should Take Probiotics - PR Labs - Performance Nutrition For Men

10 Important Reasons Men Should Take Probiotics - PR Labs - Performance Nutrition For Men

10 Important Reasons Men Should Take Probiotics

Taking a probiotic supplement is one of the best things you can do for your body. The special microorganisms that we call beneficial bacteria dwell in your gut (intestinal tract) where they help maintain a healthful, balanced environment that is critical for overall health and prevention of disease.
Although you can get probiotics from fermented foods such as yogurt, kefir, sauerkraut, and kimchee—and you should enjoy these foods–many men find that taking a high-quality probiotic supplement makes the most sense and is simpler to do on a daily basis.
I usually recommend whole foods for better health. So why in this case do I recommend a supplement?
One major reason is you know you are getting large amounts of many different beneficial bacteria. The prebiotic benefit you get from selected foods is helpful, but it feeds the bacteria you have. It doesn’t provide a sufficient amount of active bacteria, nor the varieties that your body and mind need, for optimal function and well-being.
Also, if the foods have been pasteurized or processed, the likelihood of getting a viable prebiotic effect is even less. This is the case with most of the commercial kombucha teas that are touted for their probiotic benefit when in fact the acidic environment in kombucha actually kills off any beneficial probiotic bacteria.
Probiotic supplements, or just “probiotics,” isn’t just one kind of bacteria; Lactobacillus andBifidobacterium are the primary types, with many different species within each genus and many strains in each species. You want to ingest a variety of probiotics because different strains provide different health benefits.
What are those benefits? Here are 10 reasons men should take probiotics:

Prevent and treat antibiotic-associated diarrhea.

If you ever have to take an antibiotic for an infection such as bacterial prostatitis or pneumonia, there’s always the risk of developing diarrhea. Research has shown that probiotic supplements can help treat this condition successfully.

Help lower cholesterol.

How could beneficial bacteria lower cholesterol? That’s what scientists have been trying to find out. For now, investigators are working on several theories to uncover the mechanisms behind the ability of probiotics to reduce cholesterol and as a result, help lower the risk of cardiovascular disease. Probiotics could be a part of your cholesterol-lowering plan.

Banish depression and anxiety.

Is there anyone who actually wants to take antidepressants or other drugs? Two probiotic strains,helveticus and B. longum, have been effective in reducing the symptoms of anxiety and depressionin people who have been diagnosed with clinical depression.

Avoid diabetes.

Although all the evidence is not yet in, studies suggest the intestinal environment has a significant impact on key factors of diabetes, including insulin resistance, inflammation, and body weight. Therefore, it makes sense to maintain a healthy bacterial balance in the gut by using probiotics. A new study in the British Journal of Nutrition, for example, found that probiotic supplementation was effective in preventing diet-induced insulin resistance in adults.

Ward off side effects of chemotherapy.

Use of chemotherapy, especially 5-fluorouracil, is often associated with diarrhea. Men who receive chemotherapy for prostate cancer or other cancers may benefit from using probiotics to help ward off this side effect. A British Journal of Cancer study reported that patients treated with 5-fluorouracil who were also administered rhamnosus GG experienced less stomach problems, less severe diarrhea, and had a shorter stay in the hospital than patients who did not take the probiotic.

Probiotics beat drugs for diverticular disease.

Men who experience uncomplicated diverticular disease (e.g., diverticulitis, diverticulosis) may benefit from taking probiotics. A one-year study compared a standard treatment medication (mesalazine), a probiotic ( casei subsp. DG), and placebo in a double-blind, placebo-controlled study of 210 individuals. The authors found that L. casei was as effective as mesalazine and that the combination of the two worked best.

Bulletproof your immune system.

Numerous probiotic strains have been shown to boost immune function and help prevent common infections, such as the common cold and flu. In a recent systemic review and meta-analysis, the authors reported that among children and adults with acute respiratory tract infections, use ofLactobacillus and Bifidobacterium strains, compared with placebo, was associated with fewer days of sickness, fewer number of days of illness per person, and fewer days missed from school or work. Another study found that use of probiotics ( plantarum and L. paracasei), when compared with placebo, reduced the risk of acquiring common cold infections and significantly reduced symptoms.

Reduce symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.

This gastrointestinal disorder is common in men, but males tend to not seek medical treatment as often as women do. Probiotics could be the answer. Beneficial bacteria can help reduce symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, including diarrhea, constipation, bloating, gas, and abdominal pain. For example, a recent double-blind, placebo-controlled trial showed that a multi-strain probiotic supplement resulted in significant improvement in symptoms over a 12-week period.

Develop a lean healthy body.

Some strains of probiotics have been associated with dropping excess fat. Specifically, use ofLactobacillus gasseri resulted in a loss of 8.5 percent of belly fat mass over a three-month period in one study of more than 200 individuals, and the fat returned within four weeks when they stopped taking the supplement. Other research has shown that rhamnosus and Bifidobacterium lactis are beneficial for obesity prevention and weight loss.

Eradicate ulcers.

Helicobacter pylori has been linked to the development of ulcers, and probiotics can tackle these bacteria. A number of studies, including a new review in Helicobacter, suggest probiotics can be effective in reducing pylori infection and the occurrence of ulcers.
When shopping for a high-quality probiotic supplement you want a supplement that contains a range of bacterial species that have been well-researched and can help restore and maintain a balanced environment of bacteria in your gut for optimal health. This is the probiotic that we formulated specifically for men’s health and is the one I take daily.

Twelth Holistic Doctor Found Dead

marie-paasI never wanted  to write a twlefth  article.  After writing the eleventh  about our colleague: prominent Holistic oncologist, Mitch Gaynor MD in NYC,  I was truly hoping that would be the last.
I’d just read his book recently, as he’d sent us advanced copies. My better half (also an author and holistic doctor) and I were just shocked when we found out Mitch “killed himself” outside on his property. It didn’t add up.
Many of his colleagues patients and close friends ,who wrote me daily,  didn’t buy into his alleged suicide either.
The details are scarce on the passing of Dr. Marie Paas, but there are several posts about her death on her  Facebook page and  many who knew her  are writing me saying that it was an alleged suicide.
Comments on her page would indicate this as well.
Her website appears to be down as well, though there is a basic front page, but this page has some telling info.
from an online health page page
She (Dr. Paas)  is 100-hour certified in Applied Kinesiology as well as Pediatrics and is a Certified Detoxification Specialist.
Dr. Paas’ Facebook page clearly shows was an  avid animal lover she was. She was an  advocate for animal rescues, as evidenced by her countless positive posts on the subject.
People who knew her are asking on her page if her own pets are alright. That was one of my first thoughts as well as it is so obvious how much she adored animals including her own.
Her Facebook page said she graduated from Parker college and her chiropractic practice appears to be in , Sylacauga, Alabama about 3 hour drive or so from the Florida border (not too far west from Atlanta)
If you call her voice mail listed at her business it still has her voice on the machine as of today.
There are several posts on her page of people who are in absolute shock and disbelief right now and understandably so.  Countless people have left posts about what a wonderful person she was – always with a smile on her face.
Our heart goes out to her friends, family, patients and loved ones.
We’ll update this article as we have more information.
Erin Elizabeth, Florida Sunday morning 1:55AM
PS I’ve had so many ask me to do a “recap” on the doctors. So I  have written a complete recap on all 12 year for you.
- See more at:

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Video Deemed Too Much of a Controversy for Lame Stream Media on Chemotherapy

See the incredible documented evidence from doctors and scientists around the world. Insights and solutions about cancer you’ve probably never heard before are waiting for you right now. The cancer odds can be beaten. It’s going to change how you think about this devastating disease.

Watch this trailer right now:

Saturday, October 3, 2015

10 Things You Must Know About Chelation Therapy and Heavy Metal Poisoning Featuring Filmmaker Shereen Noon

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10th Holistic Doctor Found Murdered In Her Home. Controversial Connectio...

Osteopath Dr. Mary Rene Bovier was found stabbed in her home on August 14th in Sharon, Pennsylvania. Detectives say the official cause of death will be announced following an autopsy, but various media outlets are reporting a stabbing. According to Chief Gerald Smith, a person of interest is being interviewed. “I can tell you that the person we’re talking to is a close friend of hers,” Smith said. No arrests have been made. This marks only the third violent death to have occurred all year for Sharon, making it quite shocking for residents. (source)
Dr. Jeff Bradstreet was the first ‘alternative’ doctor found dead earlier this summer. Journalist Erin Elizabeth( got an exclusive interview with his family, who have hired private investigators to get some answers to a long list of questions they have. The main point his family wanted to get across in the interview was that he was a dedicated researcher and MD who was passionate about his work.
A number of patients, including some Erin knows personally, have come forward saying how much Dr. Bradstreet had helped their family. Because of this, Erin says it’s hard for her to believe some of the negative comments circulating about him. He was known for his research and practices of administering human protein, GcMAF. Find out what GcMAF is here. While his offices were raided days before his death, no GcMAF or any other unapproved prescription drugs were found, contrary to what is being said online.
The 7th doctor found dead, Dr. Nicholas Gonzales, had somewhat of a celebrity status, as he helped Suzanne Somers overcome breast cancer. He was a proponent of viewing and treating cancer in a holistic way. To the mainstream medical industry, making a statement like, “The medical community must look at cancer as a type of chronic disease that can be managed indefinitely, much like diabetes,” could be seen as quite threatening indeed. His research was cutting edge and he knew that. In an interview with Vitality Magazine, the late Dr. Gonzales remarked: “I’ve been told drug companies know about my work but hope I get hit by a bus.”
This is eerie because, according to Erin, in his last ever interview (which is soon to be coming out) he mentioned, half jokingly at least 5 times, that his research may get him hit by a bus. He passed away from unknown causes shortly after that interview.
Check out my interview with Erin below.