Your Brain Controls Your Cellular Health

In the early days of computing, most of the processing inside your new IBM or Apple II was done in one place. The CPU (Central Processing Unit) was doing almost all the work. But as greater speed was demanded, engineers soon figured out that they could split up the...

Fear — the Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

“The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” This famous statement came from U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt during the Great Depression. Many at that time could not afford the basics of life and they feared what the future would bring. FDR wanted to calm...

Balance is the Best Anti-Stress

What music do you enjoy? What about that music do you particularly like — the beat, melody, vocal, instrumentation? You probably would say that you like them all, and the way they go together to make music. What music can you listen to over and over again and still...

Without Brain Health, You Don’t Have Cell Health

Leonard is driving to work along a familiar route. He is in the right lane, and sees a traffic light at a modest distance ahead just turning yellow, then red, and cars ahead of him are braking. While he is still moments away from reaching the light, it is obvious that...

Don’t pass your stress to your children!

We have advanced far in medical research — so far that we think we’ve got biology mostly figured out. Certainly we know a lot more than previous generations, and the medicine of a century ago is considered the dark ages. With all this knowledge, our average lifespan...

Stress Means Inflammation, Which Means Disease

We try to avoid pain, and we are drawn to pleasure. But we are smart enough to realize that we can’t seek pleasure constantly. If we try to pursue pleasure too often, it eludes us. The more we try for pleasure, the harder it is to maintain. We become insensitive to...

De-Stress With Exercise

When you are stressed, what happens? Your heart races, you can’t think clearly, you try to speed through tasks, you have a sense of urgency or even panic. What is all your increased metabolism being used for? It is geared up for action, so where does that energy go?...

Water — a Vital Path to Health

You know you should drink plenty of water — the message is everywhere. Do you know why? When can you have plenty of water in your body and still be dehydrated? Can you overdo water? And how does it affect health and disease? Our bodies are approximately 70% water....

A New Era of Therapy: EMFs

Psychic spoon bending is a hoax that never quite goes away. Although some trickery was always required to bend spoons by force of will, people still claim that it can legitimately be done, as well as other psychic tricks where the mind is supposedly able to manipulate...

Our History Affects Our Present

A famous author once stated, “If you don’t know history, then you don’t know anything. You are a leaf that doesn’t know it is part of a tree.” We live in a time when learning real, valid history is less important than getting the desired socio-political belief from...

Exercise, Genes and Inflammation

Headwinds — we all face them. They slow our cars when driving against them, they cost extra effort when walking outside, and if you throw a bucket of water outside against a stiff wind, you may wind up drenching yourself. Metaphorically, headwinds are forces working...

Shortcuts to Health Don’t Work

Your computer, phone, or tablet has something called an “operating system” — OS for short. That OS spends much of its time monitoring your apps, cleaning up garbage, and fixing problems when they occur, all usually without you even knowing it is happening. Keeping...

A Fat Brain is a Declining Brain

What is your mind worth to you? If the rest of your body is strong, but your mind is failing, of what value is your strength? If you have enormous wealth, but lack the presence of mind to enjoy it, is your wealth worth anything? Your mind functions because of the...

Find and Follow the Truth About Health

Are you a researcher? Or do you actively look at research study results? Probably not — at least not intentionally. But in this modern era of information overload, you are receiving bits of research data, along with lots of opinion, almost nonstop: a news blurb will...

Get in Sync with the Daily Light Cycle

“Don’t fight the Fed!” This is a common Wall Street saying, which means we don’t want to invest in stocks when the Federal Reserve system is working to slow the economy. When the Fed is creating money with low rates and bond buying, they are boosting the economy and...

The Good and the Bad of EMFs

You’re living in a world of Wi-Fi computers and 5G phones, and no doubt have heard warnings about what those EMFs could be doing to you. Yet you also know that there are EMF therapies that can improve your health. So which is it — are EMFs good or bad? To answer that,...

Living in Harmony with EMFs

Do EMF’s (electromagnetic fields) affect your life? Just what are EMF’s anyway? Is sound an EMF? Is every waveform an EMF? The term is thrown around a lot these days as more EMF’s surround us than ever before, and understanding what they are and their effect on us can...

The Right Kind of Death is Life

What makes humans unique among all other life? What is special about being a person? Are we all that different from animals? We are different because we take life to another level — a whole dimension higher. There is an entire depth to life as a person which no other...

Don’t Sugar Coat Acid Imbalance

If you visit a health food store or have read much in the natural health arena, you know that you need to have a proper pH in your body. Stores sell products like “alkalinizing water” because they know most people have their body pH too acidic. But what do you know...

Brainwaves — Window to the Mind

Superstition — for some reason we seem to be drawn to our own little beliefs that certain lucky or unlucky actions will affect our lives. We say that superstitions are silly, that we believe in science, and that we are beyond such silly things. Yet, we still tend to...

Let Your Health Out-Compete Disease

Democracy is a good thing, right? We want to have all voices heard, and when some are suppressed, we consider that as anti-democratic. Funny thing though about human nature: majorities do not by nature honor and respect the voices of the minorities. Left to itself, a...

Renew Yourself with Exercise

Suppose you suddenly had a financial windfall: you won a big lottery payout our received an unexpected inheritance. What would you do with that money? Would you buy a new house? Would you invest the money? Would you donate a big portion to charity? Would you just hold...

Eat Well and Enjoy–It’s all in the Training

Pilots learn quickly to use instruments, because they can only partially trust their senses when flying. Although many pilot skills are based on sight, they are taught to navigate and maneuver by instrument readings, and to know when to rely more on instruments than...

The Good Stress

Reality is under attack! Technology has advanced to such a point that it is providing “alternate reality” which is invading our very lives. Where once we had video games which simply glued our sight to a small screen image, now we have VR (virtual reality) games which...

The Root Cause of Disease

Trying to save a drowning victim can be very dangerous to the rescuer. The drowning person is frantic for any way to rise above the water, and will literally climb the rescuer if given the opportunity — this pushes the rescuer under the water. Lifeguards are trained...

Total Health Member Call 0018

Dr. Nemec covers the question of how many meals per day to have.  He also shares an awesome manifestation of healing body mind emotions and spirit in a patient in just 1 1/2 weeks who was totally doing everything she was supposed to do for her blood cancer...

The Network Inside You

Social media is like cancer — no, not because it has taken over people’s attention or that it has some evil aspect, but in the way it has been built. You may have a negative or positive opinion about FaceBook/Meta or Twitter, but the way that it came about is similar...

Enzymes – the Enablers of Life

In America, you may think that Congress passes laws, the President signs them, and those laws run the country. If you think it is that simple, you are missing the “fourth branch” of government – the role played by the myriad of governmental agencies. The FCC, OSHA,...

The Diet-Hormone Balancing Act

Have you ever wondered why sugar has such a stranglehold on society? Sure, it tastes good, but that isn’t enough to explain why we tend to crave sugar and go out of our way for it. We know it isn’t good for us, and can lead to being overweight, diabetes, and even...

Are Genes Really in Control?

A company creates a very successful name-branded product, and next thing you know, that name brand has become the name of the product itself. Examples are: Kleenex (facial tissue), Crock-Pot (slow cooker), Onesies (infant body wear), Bubble Wrap (air insulating wrap),...

Health — From the Gut

Americans are very mobile — that is, they move from one state to another to pursue opportunity or leave poor conditions. Because the U.S. has 50 states, each of which has its own partially autonomous government, different states offer alternatives to taxation, crime...

Steps to a Long and Healthy Life

You know the story of the sinking of the Titanic, but you may not know how many missteps occurred leading up to the disaster. Had any of those mistakes not happened, the loss of life that occurred would have been minimal or the disaster would have been averted. Some...

DIY Health May Not Be Enough

The Do It Yourself (DIY) movement is quite popular these days, fueled by readily available Internet videos which demonstrate step-by-step how to build a deck, replace a broken car part, or repair a computer. A person with a phone camera and a few tools can post a...

The Heart-Brain Connection

You may think flying cars and submarine cars are merely inventions of science fiction, but both exist today. In Japan, SkyDrive’s electric vehicle take-off and landing aircraft (eVTOL) received a safety certification that should clear the way for limited public use,...

The Often Overlooked Key to Health — Microbiota

Horse and rider: that combination throughout history, until the last century, painted a picture of a symbiotic relationship. The modern version might be “car and driver,” which is a synergistic relationship, but a symbiotic relationship requires two living...

Belief Opens All Possibilities

You’re driving, and you come to an intersection. Do you turn left, right, or continue ahead? If you know your destination, the decision usually isn’t hard, but sometimes you get new information, like a roadblock up ahead, or a strong storm coming at you from the left,...

Cancer Genes Are Often Ignored

“You don’t know what you don’t know.” That simple sentence implies a lot. Most of the gaps in our knowledge are in areas where we don’t think we have gaps in our knowledge, because we never heard the right information. Modern news media in particular plays on...

Cancer and Mutations — All Environmentally Driven

Have you ever read a book and found a typo? A professional book which was edited and reviewed still had an error in it. Or something going through an automated assembly line fails — the process works thousands of times in a row, but then you get a dud. Even highly...

Altered Personalities — Your Genes Have Many Faces

Six Americans trapped in Iran in 1979 were in hiding. A CIA master of disguise, Tony Mendez, was sent to extricate them. Discovery would mean painful death for Tony and the Americans. Tony created a fake film company, gave the Americans Canadian passports, disguised...