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3 Critical Practices for Preventing Stroke

3 Critical Practices for Preventing Stroke

| Jun 24, 2017

              A 77-year-old woman was cooking in the kitchen when she collapsed onto the floor. Her daughter called an ambulance and the woman was taken to the emergency room. She had suffered a stroke, and slowly regained consciousness over the next two days. However, when she woke up, she […]

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Avoid These Pesticide-Poisoned Foods

Avoid These Pesticide-Poisoned Foods

| Jun 6, 2017

Have you heard of the infamous Dirty Dozen? This catchy name refers to the types of conventional produce most likely to be contaminated with pesticides. The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has published a corresponding list for a number of years, and their 2017 report is full of more frightening statistics than ever. If you ever […]

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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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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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The Real Reason Why Sugar Is Dangerous

The Real Reason Why Sugar Is Dangerous

| Apr 25, 2017

It’s no secret that sugar can be hazardous to your health. While glucose plays an essential role in energy metabolism and shouldn’t be shunned entirely, the results of sugar overconsumption are clear. Including a reasonable amount of natural sugar sources (such as fruits, juices, honey, sugary vegetables like carrots and beets) is perfectly healthful for […]

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Chicken Pox Vaccine Permanently Disabled Young Boy

Chicken Pox Vaccine Permanently Disabled Young Boy

| Mar 27, 2017

New Studies and Legal Rulings Confirm the Dangers of Vaccines Vaccination has sparked one of the most controversial healthcare debates of our time. Vaccines are routinely lauded as medical marvels, signs of the great progress that modern medicine has made. And some medical progress certainly does demand respect—the worldwide eradication of smallpox, to cite a […]

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Boron: An Essential Mineral for Your Bones, Brain, and More

Boron: An Essential Mineral for Your Bones, Brain, and More

| Mar 19, 2017

We’ve written in past articles about a variety of different essential minerals, including magnesium, iodine, selenium, sulfur, and silica. The benefits of these minerals (as well as the associated consequences of deficiency) are well-documented in the natural health community; there are many others, however, that are often overlooked. Perhaps one of the most interested and […]

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Coconut Oil for Beautiful Strong Hair

Coconut Oil for Beautiful Strong Hair

| Feb 27, 2017

Beauty care can be a toxic business. We’ve been trained to think that all those fancy, store-bought products are an essential aspect of looking and feeling our best—but this just isn’t the case. These products aren’t just inessential; in many cases, they’re actually undermining our health. And as health slips away, beauty becomes an increasingly […]

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