Atom Bergstrom

Sun Sync Nutrition

 

atom-bergstrom-sunAtom Bergstrom, born Gosta Ingvar Bergstrom, Jr, is credited as the founder of Sun Sync and the leading expert on a Sun-Centric lifestyle.

Atom’s journey towards health, nutrition, longevity, and meditation goes back to 1955, when he first started reading books by D.C. Jarvis, J.I. Rodale, Carlton Fredericks, Adelle Davis, Aldous Huxley, Paramahansa Yogananda, Swami Prabhavananda, and numerous others. His exposure to the above mentioned authors instigated a deep desire and passion to understand and unlock the secrets to optimal human wellness and longevity.

 

 – The Seven Days Cycle Explained
– Has Atom every done Urine Therapy?
– Conversation about salt, Atom’s favorite and a Dr. Hal Huggins story on his fave
– Dark purple grapes for fasting and the Adano Ley connection
– More water more alkalinity…is that a good thing?
– A discussion red light therapy and what is Atom’s favorite color bulb at night
– The benefits of living by the ocean and hot and cold therapy
– Balance Your Chakra’s?  Here you go with the perfect music that does just that

 

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Atom and Patrick trip the light fandango with special show this fine day, November 16, 2017



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'Atom Bergstrom and Patrick Discuss a Plethora of Useful Theories on Health – November 16, 2017' have 2 comments

  1. November 25, 2017 @ 11:45 am Beverly

    Try some raw honey on that wasp sting (or whatever it was). When I was stung by a wasp, I couldn’t even think for about two minutes because it hurt so much. I had just recently thrown out all my chemical remedies and the only thing I could think of to relieve it was raw honey. After applying the honey, the pain started to subside immediately. After about five minutes, it was almost completely gone. It was like a distant memory and bothered me only a little bit if I thought about it.

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    • December 9, 2017 @ 5:09 pm Atom

      Never underestimate the power of SWEET.

      I cut this out of a newsletter in the 1990s …

      “Here’s one of the simplest, and best, methods of healing wounds.

      “Clean the wound and cover it with a 1/4-inch layer of table sugar. Then wrap it to keep it clean. Repeat if bandage gets wet.

      “Sugar works in three ways. It kills all the bacteria in and around the wound, it reduces local swelling, and it improves the supply of blood to the area. In my opinion, table sugar is the best topical antibiotic ointment the world will ever have.”

      And according to an internet comment by Tara …

      “There are studies about sugar being used for healing diabetic leg ulcers, and for difficult infections in chest cavities post surgery. There has been some work done on producing convenient high concentration sugar gels for convenient use on serious wounds.

      “Honey has a long record of use on wounds.

      “The sugar concentration has to be very high to be useful — can’t remember exactly, but IIRC it was something like 80 or 90%+. Higher than you get in a saturated sugar-water solution.”

      And according to another internet comment by Calamity Jane …

      “My Aunt had a leg ulcer that defied conventional treatment for 2 yrs. She was facing amputation. Her Dr told her try white sugar as a last resort. It was healed in weeks.”

      And according to Ray Peat …

      “Applying glucose and insulin topically to the wound, it heals quickly. The very old practice of treating deep wounds with honey or granulated sugar has been studied in controlled situations, including the treatment of diabetic ulcers, infected deep wounds following heart surgery, and wounds of lepers. The treatment eradicates bacterial infections better than some antiseptics, and accelerates healing without scarring, or with minimal scarring. The sugar regulates the communication between cells, and optimizes the synthesis of collagen and extracellular matrix.”

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