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Make Your Own Probiotic-Rich Fermented Foods at Home

Make Your Own Probiotic-Rich Fermented Foods at Home

| Sep 24, 2017

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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Is Miso the World’s Most Effective Protection Against Radiation?

Is Miso the World’s Most Effective Protection Against Radiation?

| Sep 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

With worrying updates about the incident at Fukushima still making news headlines, the threat of radiation is fresh on many people’s minds. There’s been so much whitewashing surrounding the tragedy that it can be hard to decipher fact from pro-nuclear propaganda. The general consensus in the alternative health community is that authorities haven’t told us […]

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How Glutathione and Other Antioxidants Help Prevent Skin Cancer

How Glutathione and Other Antioxidants Help Prevent Skin Cancer

| Sep 10, 2017

It’s no exaggeration to say that antioxidants are some of the most important guardians of optimal health. Antioxidants help protect against everything from aging to cancer. We’ve revealed how antioxidants are one of the most common components that give healing foods their therapeutic properties—foods like honey, bee pollen, broccoli, tart cherries, goji berries, horseradish, lemons, […]

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Curcumin Is a Master Cancer Fighter

Curcumin Is a Master Cancer Fighter

| Sep 4, 2017

Curcumin, a highly therapeutic component in turmeric root, is continuing to garner attention in the medical community. Like any good alternative medicine, it’s also attracted the wrath of mainstream skeptics, who are now claiming that there’s no proof whatsoever of its medicinal value. A 2017 Forbes article revealed a possible ulterior motive by concluding with a […]

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Magical Manuka: The Healing Honey That Outshines All the Rest

Magical Manuka: The Healing Honey That Outshines All the Rest

| Sep 1, 2017

We’re in the midst of a very interesting time—a return to folk medicine, to self-healing, and to the application of treatments sourced directly from the natural world. After a brief dream of all-powerful pharmaceuticals, antibiotics, and fancy medical technology, we’re reawakening to the subtle and integrative principles of nutrition, proper lifestyle, and natural medicine. These […]

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Does Your Cheese Contain Toxic Plastic?

Does Your Cheese Contain Toxic Plastic?

| Aug 25, 2017

  Cheese is under siege. Consumers and health experts alike are beginning to take a closer look at this beloved American staple—and it doesn’t look good for dairy farmers and cheese lovers. It’s no secret that cheese is high in saturated fat and sodium, two things that are closely linked with America’s obesity epidemic. Researchers […]

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Killing Cancer with Veggies

Killing Cancer with Veggies

| Aug 9, 2017

In many past articles, we’ve discussed the failures of conventional cancer treatment—and the urgent need for safer, more effective solutions. There are certainly some exciting possibilities, many of which were discovered some time ago and are only now gaining limited acceptance. There are technologically advanced modalities like Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski’s antineoplaston therapy, a relative to […]

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Flaxseeds Are a Prostate Superfood

Flaxseeds Are a Prostate Superfood

| Aug 6, 2017

A recent study in the Journal of Medicinal Food demonstrates that daily consumption of flaxseeds may be safer and more effective than drugs and surgery for treating benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), the most common prostate issue.[1] It’s estimated that BPH afflicts nearly 50% of all men by the time they reach the age of 80. […]

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Vitamin C Is Literally a Lifesaver for Patients with Sepsis

Vitamin C Is Literally a Lifesaver for Patients with Sepsis

| Aug 2, 2017

For all its wonders, modern medicine still has its limitations—perhaps even more than we usually like to admit. Serious infections provide a window of insight into these limitations; one glance at medical statistics is enough to remind us that even our most powerful antibiotics and most cutting-edge interventions are sometimes helpless in the face of […]

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Cherries: A Classic Summer Superfood

Cherries: A Classic Summer Superfood

| Jul 2, 2017

Summer is cherry season! These delicious little fruits have long been associated with hot and sunny days, not only because of their cool, refreshing tartness, but also because they have an incredibly short growing season. While they can be grown for a few months out of the year in sub-tropical regions, they’re really only “in […]

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