Healing Points Issue 35

Provided by Richard Grossman, L.Ac., O.M.D., Ph.D.

Volume 4, Issue 37
Tuesday, February 09, 2010



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On  Monday September 1, 2003 Dr. Grossman will be providing a group sound-healing experience for the Monday evening after the New Moon. These on-going events will be held at The Elder Tree in Topanga Canyon. The time will be from 7:30 till about 9:00pm, and a $15.00 donation is requested. All are invited to enjoy this profound experience of healing and consciousness. Please RSVP if you would like more information or reservations as space is somewhat limited.

If you can't make this one, the next Monday Evening Sound Healing event will be held on September 29, 2003, so mark your calendars!

My breath and my whole physical being became one with the vibrations of the music. I was transported beyond the small room into vast realms where my consciousness roamed unhindered. Dr. Grossman’s creative ability coupled with his sensitivity as a healer is a key to the deeply felt resonance with our body and Spirit.

-David Sonnenschein, Author "Sound Design - The Expressive Power of Music, Voice and Sound Effects in Cinema"

In the News

Smaller Food Portions May Explain The 'French Paradox' Of Rich Foods And A Svelte Population
The "French paradox" -- the perplexing disconnect between France's rich cuisine and slender population -- can be explained in part by portions that are significantly smaller in French restaurants and supermarkets than in their American counterparts. So say researchers at the University of Pennsylvania and CNRS in Paris, who compared the size of restaurant meals, single-serve foods and cookbook portions on both sides of the Atlantic.

Molecules Discovered That Extend Life In Yeast, Human Cells; Group Of Compounds Found In Red Wine, Vegetables Simulate Benefit Of Low-calorie Diet
Mice, rats, worms, flies, and yeast all live longer on a low-calorie diet, which also seems to protect mammals against cancer and other aging-related diseases. Now, in yeast cells, researchers at Harvard Medical School and BIOMOL Research Laboratories have for the first time found a way to duplicate the benefits of restricted calories in yeast with a group of compounds found in red wine and vegetables.

Green Tea’s Cancer-fighting Allure Becomes More Potent
Green tea's ability to fight cancer is even more potent and varied than scientists suspected, say researchers who have discovered that chemicals in green tea shut down one of the key molecules that tobacco relies upon to cause cancer. It's a find that could help explain why people who drink green tea are less likely to develop cancer.

Stress Leads Kids To Unhealthy Diets
Stressed-out 11-year-olds eat more unhealthful food than their less-anxious classmates and consume fewer nutritious meals and snacks, according to British researchers.

Vitamin C May Protect Against Ulcer-causing Bacteria, Study Finds
A study led by researchers at the San Francisco VA Medical Center (SFVAMC) has found that the lower the level of vitamin C in the blood the more likely a person will become infected by Helicobacter pylori, the bacteria that can cause peptic ulcers and stomach cancer.

Diet As Good As Drug For Lowering Cholesterol, Says Study
Researchers at the University of Toronto and St. Michael's Hospital have shown that a vegetarian diet composed of specific plant foods can lower cholesterol as effectively as a drug treatment.

Happy People May Have More Immunities To Common Cold
People who are energetic, happy and relaxed are less likely to catch colds, while those who are depressed, nervous or angry are more likely to complain about cold symptoms, whether or not they get bitten by the cold bug, according to a recent study.

They're Not Doctors, But They Play Them

Most clerks at natural foods stores may not be genuine health care practitioners. But according to a new study out of Canada, many recommend products with no proven benefits and potentially harmful side effects.

Multivitamins Help Prevent Cancer

A new study conducted by researchers from the Scientific and Technical Institute for Nutrition and Diet in France found that a multivitamin containing beta-carotene, vitamin C, vitamin E, selenium, and zinc cut cancer deaths by a third in men.  The study found no benefit for preventing cancers in women or reducing heart disease for either gender.



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