While bad health habits can drag us down quickly, good health habits can support a long and bright future. The big things like getting enough sleep and a generally healthy diet are almost so simple they’re just the opposite of bad habits. You can pick up more health points with a few simple good habit additions, here are a few ideas to get you started:0

-Really make sure you’re teeth are clean. Plaque causes so many problems beyond the mouth, really make sure you’re keeping your whole mouth clean with a little in-the-moment check here and there. It’s easy to be on auto-pilot and feel like you’re doing enough because you follow ADA guidelines, but really look at your form (are you missing a spot?) and watch out for other problems that might lurk (do you have tonsil stones?). If you take colloidal silver daily immune support already, you can get a little more from it with a quick gargle before swallowing for direct mouth support. Read more about longevity…

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Joint pain is bad at the best of times, but when the cold hits your bones it can feel even worse. Winter is here, so make sure you’ve got everything you need to keep your body comfortable and support your joint health with Joint MGRx

Prevention is always the best plan, so plan ahead. There might not be much you can do to counteract the pressure drop before a big storm, but you can make sure that you’re warm and toasty, and that if you go out a cold breeze isn’t hitting your weaker spots. Watch the forcast have appropriate clothes with you (like a thick coat, hat, scarf, and gloves). Ideally, plan an alternative, warm activity like sitting by the fire, a warm bath, or cuddling up on the couch. And plan for safety: if you have arthritis in your joints that gets worse in the cold, don’t do any activities that might be dangerous if the joint starts acting up. Read more about Joint Pain relief…

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No longer just a way to chide those who whine, man flu is real, according to some research. Flu symptoms may be more severe in men, justifying that extra rest and complaining that’s alluded to by the term “man flu”.

The research found that men are more likely to be hospitalized for flu, and some surveys found they’re symptoms felt more severe. Backing it up is the fact that testosterone is an immunosuppressant, meaning it weakens the immune system, and leaves men more at risk of illnesses like flu. There is one man/woman caveat: age. Senior men and teenages and younger are most likely to suffer severe flu symptoms, while in between it’s women who are more likely to be hospitalized and have severe symptoms. Read more about man flu…

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There’s plenty of time between now and the end of the year, but that time if filled with parties, travel, cold, flu, norovirus, RSV, and more. Don’t wait until you’re regrouping and launching work on your New Year’s resolutions, make sure you’re loaded up on immune supporting colloidal silver today.

Colloidal silver is a dark gray liquid supplement. The silver nanoparticles are suspended in water, and a good, true colloid uses minimal ionic content. That means it’s just pure silver in water. A solution is ionic silver dissolved in water. You’ll often see solutions sold as colloids even though they’re visibly clear, and studies show ionic silver is less effective. Read more about colloidal silver…

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When you inherit asthma, it may not (just) be the genes you’re getting (or not). It may be mom’s bacteria that influences if, and how bad, babies have asthma. Babies with asthma have lower levels of good gut bacteria, and even more so if mom was overweight or had allergies, too.

Good bacteria don’t just protect our gastrointestinal tract and aid digestion, they can influence mood, heart health, and the immune system beyond the gut. Researchers are digging in and finding more ways that good bacteria influence not just our health, but who we are. And it’s not just the gut. Colonies of good bacteria (and good viruses, it turns out) exist in other places on the body, too, keeping out pathogens and influencing the way our body works. Read more about probiotics…

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