From the monthly archives:

May 2011

There are numerous reasons are diet may lack minerals and vitamins, ranging from health issues that affect absorption to difficulty achieving a balanced and varied diet on a daily basis. Fortunately, a multivitamin like Welltrient One Vita One covers most of our basic dietary needs. Why Welltrient One? Although most doctors recommend their patients take […]

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Eating organic grains and produce cuts out concern about GMO foods. New research has found pesticides from genetically modified (GMO) foods in the blood of pregnant women and their umbilical cords. In the study, 93% of pregnant women had toxic pesticide residue in their blood. Other studies have found that breast milk also often contains […]

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At the beginning of the month we posted about a study that found a difference between ionic silver and colloidal silver (nano silver particles suspended in water) at the cellular level. It’s hard to draw health conclusions from a single study, especially when it doesn’t go into the consequences for the cells given the different […]

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Want to understand how allergies work? Joanne Manaster (ScienceGoddess) has a series of videos that use food to simply (and scientifically) explain what allergies are—and you’ll learn a little about the immune system too! Here’s the first video on where symptoms of allergies come from:

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Many people think that they have bad teeth (suffering lots of cavities) when in reality their teeth are fine; it’s their health and nutrition causing the problem of “bad teeth”. Your teeth are made of mineral. Food, which is usually more acidic than the mouth, causes demineralization. Fortunately, remineralization is also constantly occurring. When demineralization […]

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