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How Smudging Kills Bacteria In The Air (and more)

How Smudging Kills Bacteria In The Air (and more)

| May 28, 2017

We’ve written before about the benefits of “smudging”—that is, the burning of sage or other traditional plants for cleansing purposes. Despite being lauded and consistently practiced by indigenous cultures for thousands of years, smudging has been met by mixed reception within modern society. Native Americans, as well as diverse Asian and proto-European cultures, believed (and […]

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Goji Berries: World’s Healthiest Fruits

Goji Berries: World’s Healthiest Fruits

| May 26, 2017

If you’ve been hip to superfoods for any length of time, you’ve probably come across goji berries—arguably one of the first far-flung foods that gave superfoods their exotic reputation. They certainly have all the trappings of an exotic health food: they have featured prominently in Chinese medicine for over 2,000 years, and have long been […]

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Is MSM An Underrated Cancer Treatment?

Is MSM An Underrated Cancer Treatment?

| May 19, 2017

We’re written before about the vastly underestimated importance of sulfur as a dietary nutrient. It’s been over twenty years since the U.S. Food and Nutrition Board has reported anything about it, but don’t let that fool you. Sulfur plays an essential role in some of the body’s most fundamental functions, including: enzymatic activity regulation of […]

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Dr. Burzynski’s Victory: A Step Toward Safe, Natural Cancer Treatments

Dr. Burzynski’s Victory: A Step Toward Safe, Natural Cancer Treatments

| May 16, 2017

Conventional oncology is deeply flawed. As cancer rates continue to rise precipitously, mainstream medicine insists on employing its usual tools: invasive surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. While these treatment modalities certainly appear to be helpful for many patients, the data behind cancer treatment reveal that they’re insufficient at best, and barbaric at worst. Consider the […]

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New Docs Reveal the True Dangers of Monsanto’s Roundup

New Docs Reveal the True Dangers of Monsanto’s Roundup

| May 16, 2017

In the natural health community, Monsanto is already infamous. It’s widely acknowledged that Roundup, Monsanto’s flagship product, carries many dangers, and that Monsanto has worked hard to cover them up. But the story is somewhat different in the world of mainstream medicine and media. Here, Monsanto is often taken at face value; it is widely […]

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If Your Organic Milk Really “Organic”?

If Your Organic Milk Really “Organic”?

| May 13, 2017

We’ve discussed the pitfalls of milk and dairy in past articles. Milk isn’t nearly the health food that it’s been advertised as for decades—it’s decidedly not responsible for building strong bones, and it carries a host of health risks (including bone mass loss, the very condition it supposedly helps prevent).[1] Despite these warnings, milk consumption […]

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Critical Vitamin Gets Calcium Out of Arteries and Into Your Bones

Critical Vitamin Gets Calcium Out of Arteries and Into Your Bones

| May 6, 2017

The National Osteoporosis Foundation estimates that 44 million Americans suffer either from osteoporosis, or low bone mass, which puts them at risk for the condition.[1] The numbers have continually climbed over the years, despite attempts to address the underlying causes and risk factors for osteoporosis and bone mass loss. In fact, experts predict that the […]

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Vitamin E Deficiency?

Vitamin E Deficiency?

| May 6, 2017

The road to mainstream acceptance has proven to be a long and hard one for vitamins and supplements. Even in recent years, they were maligned as useless and unnecessary. In some ways, this accusation is half true. Unfortunately, many store-bought vitamins are ineffectual products—they’re made with inferior, synthetic vitamin precursors, contain all sorts of fillers […]

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Can Collagen Supplements Aid Joint Repair?

Can Collagen Supplements Aid Joint Repair?

| May 1, 2017

Healing joint injuries and degeneration can be a long, arduous process—but with a little education and persistence, recovery is well within reach. Osteoarthritis and other common causes of joint pain are all characterized by a gradual breakdown of the cartilage matrix within joints. This matrix is made up of specialized cells called chondroctyes, which produce […]

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Warning: Do NOT Take D3 without Vitamin K2

Warning: Do NOT Take D3 without Vitamin K2

| Apr 27, 2017

In recent years, it has become abundantly clear that vitamin D is an essential (and seriously healing) nutrient. We’ve come a long way from the belief that its only use is to prevent rickets and other bone disorders. We now know that bone support is just one of its myriad benefits, and that vitamin D […]

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