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  • Do You Know What’s in Your Dental Fillings? Read more >

    Do You Know What’s in Your Dental Fillings?

    Modern dentistry has made it possible for people to experience better dental health than ever before, but a hidden health threat lurks in many dental fillings. That threat is mercury, a known neurotoxin. Dentists began using mercury in fillings more than 150 years ago, and its use was controversial even then. In the years since, […]

  • Is Sunlight Your Friend or Your Foe? Read more >

    Is Sunlight Your Friend or Your Foe?

    Once upon a time, sunlight was considered a divine power. Today, sunlight has been classified as a Class 1 carcinogen by the World Health Organization (WHO). In ancient times, sunlight was honored for its healing qualities. In modern times, sunlight is blamed for disease, and people are encouraged to avoid exposure to the sun. Dr. […]

  • Probiotics to Reduce Anxiety and Mood Disorders Read more >

    Probiotics to Reduce Anxiety and Mood Disorders

    Every year in the United States, doctors write approximately 48 million prescriptions for the anti-anxiety medication Xanax®. One of every ten Americans is on an anti-depressant drug. It is estimated 6.7 percent of Americans suffer from anxiety, and and 18.1 percent from depression.

  • Kris Kristofferson’s Miraculous Alzheimer’s Cure Read more >

    Kris Kristofferson’s Miraculous Alzheimer’s Cure

    Three years ago, famed singer-songwriter Kris Kristofferson was diagnosed with incurable late-stage Alzheimer’s dementia. His family was devastated. Over the next few years, they saw his condition deteriorate, to the point that although he remembered the lyrics to his songs and still performed occasionally, it was obvious to fans that he was no longer the […]

  • Your Body’s Least Known System – and How it Affects You (Part One) Read more >

    Your Body’s Least Known System – and How it Affects You (Part One)

    If you’re a hunter who skins your own meat, you probably know more about fascia than 98 percent of people, including medical professionals. Fascia is a thin, yellowish white membrane that looks rather like cellophane. It is tightly wrapped around the meat and the muscles, much like plastic wrap. Fascia (or the plural fasciae)is composed […]

  • The New Invention That Makes C-PAP Machines Obsolete Read more >

    The New Invention That Makes C-PAP Machines Obsolete

    Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a serious condition. It is usually caused by a collapse of the soft tissue in the rear of the throat during sleep, blocking the airway. Left untreated, it can result in high blood pressure, heart disease, impaired memory, weight gain and headaches. Until recently, people diagnosed with sleep apnea had […]

  • Breathing – It’s Not as Simple as You May Think Read more >

    Breathing – It’s Not as Simple as You May Think

    The Buteyko method is a breathing method named for the Russian doctor by whom it was developed. Patrick McKeown teaches the method both in his native Ireland and around the world. He shared information about breathing in a TED talk. McKeown says breathing correctly allows you to get higher levels of oxygen throughout your body […]

  • Why Use Probiotics? Read more >

    Why Use Probiotics?

    A healthy gut is absolutely necessary to a healthy body, and in order to have a healthy gut, you must maintain a healthy balance of bacteria in your intestinal tract. You need about 85 percent “friendly bacteria” to 15 percent “unfriendly bacteria.” In order to maintain healthy gut micro-flora, you may want to consider supplementing […]

  • 6 Vitamins Every Woman Must Have Read more >

    6 Vitamins Every Woman Must Have

    The health needs of women are different than those of men. That is probably because women’s bodies are designed to support not just one life, but two or more. Even when women aren’t pregnant, or breastfeeding, their bodies have special nutritional requirements. There are 7 vitamins that are critical for women’s health: 1 – Vitamin […]

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