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Can Parsley Prevent Cancer?

Can Parsley Prevent Cancer?

| Sep 20, 2018

“Food is Medicine” We have all heard this saying before, but do we really understand what this means? Therapeutic dietary practices continue to prove their worth. Researchers now refer to foods with therapeutic applications as “functional foods”—they offer an easy and powerful way to take control of our health, and some of them have been […]

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Landmark Case Exposes Monsanto’s Glyphosate Lies

Landmark Case Exposes Monsanto’s Glyphosate Lies

| Sep 16, 2018

Pesticide usage is an intensely polarizing issue. Many still tout the practice as an essential tool of agricultural efficiency, but mounting evidence suggests that the dangers of these chemicals may not be worth the perceived benefits! The debate is especially heated around a pesticide chemical called glyphosate, which is the active ingredient in Monsanto’s RoundUp. […]

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How to Catch Cancer Early

How to Catch Cancer Early

| Sep 9, 2018

Prevention is touted as primarily important in the natural health community. Alternative and holistic medicine prides itself on creating overall balance and preventing health issues before they arise—as opposed to allopathic medicine, which endeavors to manage acute symptoms of current conditions. As the rising incidence of chronic disease demonstrates, symptom management is not a satisfactory […]

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Why A Sedentary Lifestyle Is Disastrous for Your Heart

Why A Sedentary Lifestyle Is Disastrous for Your Heart

| Sep 9, 2018

Even for people in their 70s, exercise can lower risk of cardiovascular disease!   It is very important to remain physically active as we age. Everyone knows that an active lifestyle is decidedly healthier than a sedentary one. Any credible doctor will advocate proper exercise, particularly for the sake of safeguarding cardiovascular health. Despite this […]

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Vitamin C Is Essential for Optimal Health (And You’re Not Getting Enough of It)

Vitamin C Is Essential for Optimal Health (And You’re Not Getting Enough of It)

| Sep 9, 2018

After decades of ridicule and denial, the theories of early vitamin C researchers are finally gaining acceptance in the mainstream medical community. Dr. Fredrick Klenner, whose extensive vitamin C research in the 1930s was largely scorned, observed that “some physicians would stand by and see their patient die rather than use ascorbic acid (Vitamin C), […]

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Vitamin C Regenerates Hormones

Vitamin C Regenerates Hormones

| Sep 2, 2018

After decades of being grossly underrated, vitamin C is beginning to move back into the spotlight. Research demonstrates that this humble nutrient offers benefits far beyond the prevention of scurvy, thus vindicating the writings of early pioneers like Linus Pauling. In past articles, we’ve detailed how vitamin C fights cancer and improves survival rates, fights […]

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“Smart Meters” Are BAD for Your Health?

“Smart Meters” Are BAD for Your Health?

| Sep 1, 2018

 A home owner in Texas pulls out a handgun and tells a smart meter installer to back away from her house. He does. A couple in British Columbia covers their already-installed smart meter with a metal hood to block its radio transmissions. The company that makes the hoods is doing a brisk business. In Maine, […]

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How Probiotics Help Prevent Chronic Diseases

How Probiotics Help Prevent Chronic Diseases

| Aug 26, 2018

  The importance of optimizing the microbiome simply can’t be overestimated. As gastrointestinal microbiologists continue to explore the uncharted territory of the body’s beneficial bacteria, it’s becoming clear that we simply can’t live without these symbiotic microbes. Now researchers have begun to hone in on how supporting these bacteria with probiotics can help prevent many […]

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Federal Court Orders EPA to Ban Toxic Pesticide

Federal Court Orders EPA to Ban Toxic Pesticide

| Aug 26, 2018

A federal appeals court recently ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to ban the entire class of chlorpyrifos-containing pesticides in the United States. The decree, while still subject to further delays and appeals, marks a major victory for environmental and public health groups. This is not the first time these pesticides have been banned. As we […]

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How Melatonin Fights Cancer

How Melatonin Fights Cancer

| Aug 19, 2018

Melatonin is critical for optimal regulation of sleep and circadian rhythm, but researchers are finding that it’s much more than just a sleep aid. It plays a complex role in the maintenance and regulation of the endocrine system, and thus offers a number of underappreciated benefits, including antioxidant activity, inflammation control, immune system support, and […]

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