From the monthly archives:

April 2017

A Coast to Coast Detox?

April 28, 2017

While Flint Michigan’s plight has left many aghast (and it’s ongoing, by the way), it’s also inspired some to dig deeper, and found that coast to coast, top to bottom, America has a lead problem. Children get seen by doctors regularly, and doctors perform routine tests for lead and are supposed to report it, but […]

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Spirulina is a superfood. Not only is it high in protein, it’s nutritionally better than other sources of protein. Once a staple part of pre-colonial American’s diets, it wasn’t rediscovered until the 1960s. What makes it so special? It’s a vegan source of iron, it’s loaded with other minerals, powerful antioxidants, it’s high in chlorophyl, […]

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A study has found a correlation between getting hot flashes early—between 40 and 53—and having a higher risk for heart disease. While the study was limited in racial diversity, it did control for other factors that can negatively impact heart health, leaving hot flashes as their own distinct warning signal. What’s a hot flash? It’s […]

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What’s Old is New Again

April 25, 2017

Antibiotic resistance is getting serious, with everyone from young to old, mostly healthy to chronically ill at risk for catching an antibiotic resistant bacteria. Some illnesses, like STIs, are becoming more common. People are trusting antibiotics, then not getting follow up care and going out with the infection unchecked. Among the many paths being explored […]

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Tick Season is Open

April 24, 2017

It’s warm enough that tick season has begun. Make sure you’re not making any wrong assumptions, and stay safe; make sure you’re getting daily immune support from colloidal silver! First, Lyme Disease isn’t just an East Coast problem any more. We’ve past the point where more than half of US counties have ticks that carry […]

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