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Dealing with Depression Webinars

Dr. Charles Gant, MD, provides ground-breaking information on dealing with depression at this webinar. With the tragic death of Robin Williams and subsequent revelation of his struggles with depression, the public has been exposed to renewed conversation about the challenges of those who are living with this debilitating (and potentially deadly) condition.

Did you know that:
Depression has biochemical causes which are reversible.

Symptoms labeled as depression are natural responses of the body to biochemical imbalances. These symptoms are attempts of the body to heal itself.

Researchers are finding that a significant proportion of chronic psychiatric problems like depression and schizophrenia are caused by chronic Lyme, candida and other co-infections.

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A previous webinar was on Sleep Apnea.

You can access the recording of the webinar by signing up for the newsletter.

Sleep Apnea is a seriously underestimated problem by both healthcare providers and consumers. From exacerbating cancer, to causing heart attacks, to damaging the immune system so that it can’t fight off opportunistic infections, sleep apnea takes a huge toll on the health of Americans. Since it attacks sleep, the person suffering from sleep apnea does not remember the times when they were deprived of oxygen and how badly they were suffering.

Instead of having a high index of suspicion and proactively diagnosing sleep apnea, most healthcare providers passively wait for reports of severe sleep apnea to filter in from family members who observe periods when their loved one is not breathing or gasping for breath, family members who themselves may not know how serious sleep apnea is and not report it.

Every acute and chronic, medical and psychiatric disorder can be caused by or worsened by sleep apnea, even childhood spectrum disorders (AD/HD, learning disabilities and autism) and disorders such as depression affecting young people. In this webinar, the diagnosis and treatment of sleep apnea is presented by Dr. Lowell Weiner DDS and Dr. CE Gant MD, and novel, effective treatments as well as cutting edge approaches to tracking improvements are presented.

“The Greatest Medicine of All is Teaching People How Not to Need It.”

Hippocrates is widely regarded as the Father of Medicine.

“Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”
~ World Health Organization (WHO)

Preamble to the Constitution of the World Health Organization as adopted by the International Health Conference, New York, 19-22 June, 1946; signed on 22 July 1946 by the representatives of 61 Countries. (Official Records of the World Health Organization, no. 2, p. 100) and entered into force on 7 April 1948. The Definition has not been amended since 1948.

I offer numerous seminars around the country as well as on-line. If you would like for me to give a presentation to your group, please contact Geri: cegant2 at

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Nancy McClymonds September 21, 2010 at 5:18 pm

I want you to know that I was thrilled to have been able to take part in Dr. Gant’s cancer webinar. It was such a blessing for me to hear Dr. Gant’s explanations on cancer. It all lines up with how I have approached my breast cancer.

I was diagnosised this past January and I’m proud to say that my only means of treatment thus far has been alternative. My oncologist here in Roanoke keeps telling me not to stop doing what I’m doing. I had a second breast MRI done in July and he was surprised to see that my tumor had not grown. He said by now it should have doubled in size. My nodes, chest wall, liver look great. He has cleared me from having chemo or radiation and said he would be completely comfortable if I just opted for surgery. He also said that if I wanted to I could continue down the same path (with him montoring me) and see if the tumor actually starts to shrink & die off. I was quite shocked. I am not opposed to surgery but I do want to make sure that’s the right thing for me to do.

I truly have a peace about all this and I know it is the work of the Lord. My husband & I have been very pleased with my progress and we don’t regret for one moment the decision we made to go completely alternative. He & my son have been completely supportive from the start and we have changed our lifestyle together as a family. I am also very thankful for all the prayers. Ultimately God gets all the credit.

Thank you for what you are doing at NIHAdc. All your work is finally paying off. May you continue to empower more people like myself.

Blessings, Nancy McClymonds

Judy Turk September 21, 2010 at 5:22 pm

We appreciate Dr. Gant’s webinars. I worked with him quite a few years ago when I had mercury fillings removed. He taught me about detoxification and things I should do to prevent the mercury from being reabsorbed.

I wanted to make a comment about nutrition when having cancer as I went through cancer a few years ago. I ended up finding a holistic MD with whom I worked. I had surgery and chemotherapy and was sick as a dog with it. After the first round of chemo, they cut the dose in half because of my severe reaction. I was still not doing well. The third month was when I was finally able to meet up with the holistic MD. She started me immediately on IV nutrition since my digestive tract had been damaged and it would be awhile before I would be able to really absorb enough nutrients. She gave me 15,000 mg of vitamin C per IV (sometimes more). I received magnesium, selenium, B vitamins except for folic acid because of a conflict with the chemo, glutathione and more. Boy did I feel better and had no more problems after that. She explained that the IV’s would help protect the normal cells while the chemo might help to kill any stray cancer cells. She also did other protocols.

I was stage 3 and it has been over 7 years. I still feel the chemo did a number on my digestive system in the first 2 rounds…but I hope to heal that completely eventually. I read about a study that was never published that showed cancer cells take up Vitamin C. This made mainstream docs deathly afraid of anyone using any
nutrients while people are on chemo or radiation. The theory among holistic people is that Vitamin C is so similar to glucose in structure that the cancer cells take it up readily. But instead of feeding the tumors, it helps to eradicate them. The article did mention that it was not sure if the vitamin C would be ok for leukemia patients.

Whatever the truth is…I am glad I got it and I should go for more IV’s on occasion but have not been able to do that in quite awhile, so I keep taking lots of supplements and eating organic foods, and trying to do wheatgrass juice some of the time. Anyway, I wish more docs would offer the IV nutrition.

My oncologist was impressed with my outcome and how much better I was after starting the IV’s but was not interested in doing this in his office. I never told him or my surgeon about the large dose of Vitamin C that I was getting, though. My oncologist is close to retirement and probably didn’t want to rock the mainstream boat by offering it in his practice.
Thanks. Judy Turk

Peggy Parker November 21, 2010 at 6:27 pm

I never knew there was so much information a person could get so easily on the computer. I didn’t even know anything about webinars until yesterday, Nov. 20, 2010. it seems so easy to read about all those things you can’t find out at your doctors visit.