Newsletter Archive - 2007

If you missed a recent bi-weekly newsletter from Jon Barron, don't fret! We have archived all the health newsletters below for your convenience. Scroll topics or if you are looking for specific health information, use our search field above. More than likely, Jon covered your topic in one of these health newsletters!

  • 12/17/2007
    How can any health-care system survive up to half its population living for 20--30 years with severe diabetes (as predicted by the CDC), let alone the other half suffering from cancer, heart disease, osteoporosis, Alzheimer's disease, and MS? There isn't enough money in the world to cover it.
  • 12/3/2007
    Recent research has discovered that lack of sleep can more than double your risk of death from cardiovascular disease. It also shows that people who sleep 8 hours or more are also more than twice as likely to die, but from non-cardiovascular diseases. Both too little and too much sleep are unhealthy.
  • 11/19/2007
    Last issue we covered all of the positive studies on whole grains that indicate that they may help prevent heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. But, as I indicated at that time, these conclusions are a bit too simplistic. In this issue, we'll dig deeper than the studies and the mainstream press did.
  • 11/5/2007
    Are whole grains really better? There's more to the story than meets the eye. Unfortunately, all of the studies so far focus on single issues such as "whole grains and cancer" or "whole grains and heart disease." Where are the studies that focus on "whole grains and overall health?" The results might surprise.
  • 10/9/2007
    very second of every day your body relies on soluble major and trace mineral ions to conduct and generate billions of tiny electrical impulses. Without these impulses, not a single muscle, including your heart, would be able to function.
  • 10/8/2007
    As long as government regulators in the US, Europe, and Canada approve aspartame, sucralose, and high fructose corn syrup as alternative sweeteners and refuse to allow stevia to be used, they will have no credibility among thinking people.
  • 9/23/2007
    There is a selective role for natural supplements of all kinds as you move through the pregnancy process -- preparing to get pregnant, getting pregnant, while pregnant, while breastfeeding, for infants, and for children up to about the age of 14.
  • 9/10/2007
    In this issue of the newsletter, we wrap up our series on the cardiovascular system as we explore blood types and blood tests.
  • 8/27/2007
    In this issue, we examine the composition of blood and how that determines its functionality.
  • 8/13/2007
    You might think that it makes sense to first explore what blood is made of before we explore what it does, but, in fact, the opposite is true. By first understanding the roles blood plays in our bodies, it's much easier to understand "why" blood is made the way it is.
  • 7/30/2007
    According to the results of the study conducted out of the University of Cardiff in the UK and as promoted in media throughout the world, drinking a pint of milk a day may protect men against diabetes and heart disease. As if!
  • 7/16/2007
    If you have high blood pressure, blood clots, or atherosclerosis, it's imperative that you fully understand how that happened, the physiological consequences of any medical treatments, and any viable alternatives that might be available to you.
  • 7/2/2007
    How your doctor unravels the secrets of your heart when you visit his/her office. A basic understanding of heart diagnostics so you are not totally at the mercy of the medical mystique when the results of your next physical are pronounced.
  • 6/18/2007
    In the last newsletter, we worked through the anatomy of the heart. We now explore those things that can wrong with the heart, the medical treatments commonly used to handle those conditions, and what you can do to change the equation.
  • 6/4/2007
    By looking at the basic anatomy and physiology of the heart from a doctor's perspective, we gain a unique privilege. We get to evaluate that perspective. Once we understand the underlying basis of medical treatments used to correct heart problems, we can make informed decisions as to which of those treatments and medications actually make sense for us...and, more importantly, what alternatives might actually work better. So with that in mind, let's take a look at the human heart.
  • 5/21/2007
    The answer to weight control comes down to two key points (points quite familiar to anyone who has read Lessons from the Miracle Doctors). (1) Don't look for magic bullets. (2) Do everything, and do it all at once. We're talking lifestyle change, not just diet change.
  • 5/7/2007
    Back in 2005, Jon Barron developed a bestselling formula which incorporated some extraordinary new research on natural pain relievers. In this issue, Jon tells the story of how and why he modified that formula
  • 4/23/2007
    Prescription antidepressants should not be the first thing you reach for when you're depressed. They are definitely an option, but they should be your last choice, when nothing else works.
  • 4/9/2007
    The only way that healthcare can survive -- the only way you can survive -- is if you take back control of your health and start doing those things that allow your body to stay health. In other words, the only way to save healthcare is to stop using it and return to the Baseline of Health®.
  • 3/26/2007
    The Baseline of Health(R) program can actually eliminate the causes of many diseases -- even if we don't know exactly what those causes are!
  • 3/12/2007
    Everything you want to know about stomach acid -- stomach acid and digestion, too much stomach acid, too little stomach acid, stomach acid and proteolytic enzymes, and stomach acid and probiotics.
  • humans need exercise
    2/26/2007
    It's not my purpose in this newsletter to teach you how to exercise -- there are many books, DVDs, and websites that teach you how to do that -- but rather, to explain to you why you need to exercise and why you need to commit to multiple forms of exercise.
  • 2/12/2007
    Multiple sclerosis is one of those diseases that responds extraordinarily well to the Baseline of Health® program, but it is not unique.
  • 1/15/2007
    Testimonials from 5th Worldwide Liver Detox and Today's Health and Wellness test of Essential Relief(TM)
  • 1/1/2007
    According to a study published in Nature, when it comes to losing weight, the bacteria that we used to call "good" (L. acidophilus, L. salvarius, L. bulgaricus, L. plantarum, etc) are "bad." And bacteria that we used to think of as "bad" are now "good".