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Is Your Almond Milk Mostly Water?  (Make Your Own Instead)

Is Your Almond Milk Mostly Water? (Make Your Own Instead)

| Aug 4, 2015

The dangers and disadvantages of dairy products have gotten a lot of press in recent years. Gone are the days when the health propaganda of the milk industry was accepted as common knowledge. While over 70% of Americans still consume milk every day (10% consume a gallon or more), public opinion about this highly processed […]

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Avoid Cancer-Causing Skin Moisturizers

Avoid Cancer-Causing Skin Moisturizers

| Jul 30, 2015

We’ve confronted the issue of manmade environmental toxins in past articles. These days, it seems like pretty much everything causes cancer (or some other worrying health condition): processed foods, GMO produce, cell phones and other EMF-emitting technology, flame-retardant-soaked furniture, fluoride-poisoned tap water, and even the air we breathe. There’s no doubt about it: your body’s […]

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4 Reasons You Should Add Cinnamon to Your Diet (and the RIGHT kind)

4 Reasons You Should Add Cinnamon to Your Diet (and the RIGHT kind)

| Jul 28, 2015

Cinnamon is one of the world’s oldest and most popular spices, and for good reason. Despite its far-flung origins, it’s become part of the Western world’s mainstream spice repertoire. Its sweet, alluring scent and taste secured it a prominent place in the spice trade of the ancient world. Various civilizations discovered a number of powerfully […]

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Throw Away All Your Vitamins

Throw Away All Your Vitamins

| Jul 26, 2015

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Does Your Probiotic Die in Your Stomach?

Does Your Probiotic Die in Your Stomach?

| Jul 23, 2015

Digestive microbiology is a field of immense promise. The more we learn about the 100 trillion bacteria living inside the human gut, the more we realize how absolutely essential they are for our health. The fact of the matter, though, is that we still know very little about this miraculously well-coordinated colony of critters known […]

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Silica: Defense Against Sagging Skin (and Aging)

Silica: Defense Against Sagging Skin (and Aging)

| Jul 19, 2015

Mineral deficiency is one of our society’s many silent epidemics. Minerals are essential for nearly every bodily process—they allow for proper nerve function and metabolic processes, keep the body’s many systems in sync, and quite literally hold us together (more on that soon). Mineral deficiencies cause a staggering array of issues…and the fact of the […]

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Is Beet Juice the Ultimate Brain Booster?

Is Beet Juice the Ultimate Brain Booster?

| Jul 18, 2015

Cognitive enhancement is a hot topic these days. With Alzheimer’s and other forms of cognitive dysfunction on the rise, the race is on to discover new ways to keep our brains healthy and strong. New research is also beginning to reveal that optimized brain health is one of the keys to everything from high performance […]

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7 Reasons Coriander Is A Health Powerhouse

7 Reasons Coriander Is A Health Powerhouse

| Jul 16, 2015

Industrial society has trained us to believe that good health is something that only modern medicine can provide—that true healing only comes in the form of expensive and proprietary products, pills, and technologies. But sometimes the greatest health solutions are also the subtlest and most ancient ones. And more often than not, you can find […]

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Tart Cherries: Proven Effective Against Gout and Arthritis

Tart Cherries: Proven Effective Against Gout and Arthritis

| Jul 15, 2015

A table adorned by a bowl of shining red, perfectly ripe cherries is a sure sign that summer has arrived. Cherries have a very short growing season (May to July), so even with our modern world’s privileged supply chains, they most often make an appearance on hot and sunny days. They’re usually considered a tasty […]

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Make Your Own Probiotic-Rich Fermented Foods at Home

Make Your Own Probiotic-Rich Fermented Foods at Home

| Jul 15, 2015

By now, you’ve certainly heard a thing or two about the health benefits of probiotics. Digestive microbiology has only just started to gain an understanding of our internal ecosystem, which is made up of somewhere between 500-1000 different species of bacteria. One thing’s for sure, though: these little critters play a massively important role in […]

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