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Why You Should Eat an Extra Helping of Cranberries on Thanksgiving

Why You Should Eat an Extra Helping of Cranberries on Thanksgiving

| Nov 23, 2017

  Chances are you’ve had your fair share of cranberry sauce on Thanksgiving. While this popular dish is appreciated for the sweet and tart addition it makes, it’s not usually regarded as a health food—but studies on cranberries reveal that we’d do well with eat more of these tart little treats. We’ve written in the […]

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Clove Oil Emerging as a Revolutionary Cancer Treatment

Clove Oil Emerging as a Revolutionary Cancer Treatment

| Nov 20, 2017

We’ve written before about the therapeutic potential of essential oils. Like most “folk remedies,” essential oils are often regarded as ineffectual at best, and quackery at worst. Maybe aromatherapy can offer a sense of enjoyment that improves quality of life for patients, says mainstream medicine, but surely essential oils shouldn’t be considered on par with […]

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Omega-3s Heal the Brain (Especially If You Take the Right Kind)

Omega-3s Heal the Brain (Especially If You Take the Right Kind)

| Nov 20, 2017

We’ve written in past articles about how omega-3 fatty acids are essential for radiant health. Too many Americans consume too many omega-6s and not enough omega-3s, and the consequences can be disastrous. Researchers have found that without an omega-3 fatty acid called docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), your body has a much more difficult time warding off […]

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Are Your Wrinkles a Sign of Vitamin C Deficiency?

Are Your Wrinkles a Sign of Vitamin C Deficiency?

| Nov 15, 2017

  We’ve written at length in the past about the wonders of vitamin C. This super-nutrient is making big waves in the medical community; even mainstream medicine is beginning to acknowledge that it’s capable of much more than preventing scurvy. In fact, it’s becoming clear that vitamin C plays a central role in the body’s […]

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Baking Soda and Lemon Juice Combo Eradicates Cancer

Baking Soda and Lemon Juice Combo Eradicates Cancer

| Nov 15, 2017

There’s perhaps no better illustration of modern medicine’s absurdity than conventional cancer treatments. In its allopathic quest to target and destroy “enemy” cancer cells, chemotherapy and radiation therapy wreaks havoc on the rest of the body too, killing countless healthy cells, destabilizing the immune system, and weakening the body’s overall functioning. This kind of warfare […]

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How Mold Sickness Destroys Your Health (And How to Protect Yourself)

How Mold Sickness Destroys Your Health (And How to Protect Yourself)

| Nov 11, 2017

We’ve written in the past about the manmade toxins that litter our homes: toxic furniture, bedding, clothing, cleaning products, and more. Environmental air pollution gets a lot of attention, but according to the EPA, the air inside our homes is two to five times more polluted on average—and in some cases up to 100 times […]

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Vitamin C Provides Powerful, Immediate Stress Relief

Vitamin C Provides Powerful, Immediate Stress Relief

| Nov 6, 2017

Vitamin C is making a serious comeback. As we’ve discussed in past articles, researchers of the early to mid 20th century became obsessed with the seemingly miraculous healing capacities of high-dose ascorbic acid (the technical name for vitamin C). The work of these pioneers was largely shunned by the mainstream medical community, however, and vitamin […]

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Why Iodine Is Essential for Preventing Chronic Illness

Why Iodine Is Essential for Preventing Chronic Illness

| Nov 5, 2017

    We live in a toxic world—one dominated by industrial chemicals that disrupt nutrient absorption and sap our vitality, processed junk food devoid of nutrients, produce grown in nutrient-depleted soils, and an atmosphere of incessant stress (which throws our bodies out of balance and leads us into unhealthy lifestyle practices). This means that optimizing our […]

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Do You Have a Vitamin C Deficiency?

Do You Have a Vitamin C Deficiency?

| Nov 1, 2017

  Of all the nutrient deficiencies discussed, vitamin C is certainly not the most common. It’s almost invariably associated with scurvy, a condition characterized by mood imbalance, connective tissue defects, rashes, impaired wound healing, and even internal bleeding. Scurvy occurs in circumstances of dire malnutrition—such conditions are still endured in developing countries, and sailors historically […]

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New Study Links Antacids to Liver Disease

New Study Links Antacids to Liver Disease

| Oct 30, 2017

  Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), which are used to treat heartburn and other symptoms of acid reflux, are some of the most commonly consumed medications in the world—sales top $14 billion annually in the United States alone.[1] Over sixty million Americans suffer from acid reflux every month (and 25 million experience symptoms every day), so […]

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