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Is Iodine Deficiency Sapping Your Vitality?

Is Iodine Deficiency Sapping Your Vitality?

| Dec 9, 2017

There’s lots of talk about vitamin and mineral deficiencies these days. An increasing number of health experts are coming to the same conclusion: it’s extremely difficult to get all the vitamins and minerals our bodies need from food alone.   One deficiency that doesn’t often make headlines, though, is iodine deficiency. Nevertheless, it is one […]

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Why Turmeric Is the Ultimate Weight Loss Food

Why Turmeric Is the Ultimate Weight Loss Food

| Oct 28, 2015

  There are few consequences of ill-balanced health that we personally loathe more than weight gain. Weight management is a full-time job in which nearly everyone seems to be absorbed—you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone who doesn’t think they “could lose a few pounds,” regardless of whether they’re morbidly obese or gym-chiseled. Perhaps our strong […]

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Depression Causes Brain Damage (How to Find Fast Relief)

Depression Causes Brain Damage (How to Find Fast Relief)

| Aug 12, 2015

It’s estimated that 1 out of every 10 Americans suffers from depression, and the condition affects approximately 350 million people worldwide. Perhaps most alarmingly, researchers are finding that depression diagnoses are increasing by 20% every year—and that doesn’t even count those who never see a doctor about their troubles.[1] You’ve surely noticed that all is […]

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How to Detox Without Even Trying

How to Detox Without Even Trying

| Aug 5, 2015

Despite its growing popularity, detoxing is still commonly associated with relatively fringe health circles. It usually entails the use of “cleanses,” “fasts,” or other extended practices intended to catalyze a massive release of toxins all at once. These practices also usually require a good deal of time, energy, knowledge, and discipline to do safely and […]

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Industrial Toxins Affect Us in Many Ways

Industrial Toxins Affect Us in Many Ways

| Jun 26, 2015

Let’s face it: toxins are everywhere. Almost all of us are overloaded with toxins.  We are constantly exposed to potentially dangerous toxins through the food we eat (toxic soils and oceans), the air we breathe (industrial pollution), and the water we drink (traces of drugs, pesticides, chlorine and fluoride in tap water).  Not to mention […]

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