From the monthly archives:

February 2018

Calcium. Vitamin D. Iron. There are many nutrients that you may be a little deficient on, and need to make a regular part of your diet using a supplement. But don’t go out and buy a single ingredient supplement—nutrients work better together; they’re more efficient, and sometimes the underlying problem is indirect (you’re eating the […]

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Measles and Mumps, Oh My!

February 27, 2018

Outbreaks of once quashed viruses are increasingly common, so who needs to worry? And how should we prepare? Truth is, the answer is more or less the same as for anything: people with weakened immune systems need to worry the most, while everyone else just need general caution. One of the ways you can help […]

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Stay on Top of Allergies

February 26, 2018

Flu season will keep going a couple more months, and in case your respiratory system isn’t being worked over enough, allergies are starting to spring up. The dampness/mold melting snow leaves behind, the early bloomers, everyone’s pets spending more time indoors and more may be working together to trigger runny noses and clogged sinuses.

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Skin Care from the Inside Out

February 23, 2018

Dry winter skin and running noses can cause skin problems all by themselves, or they can make existing skin problems worse. Do something to help support your skin with colloidal silver.

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A Better Way to Get Superfoods

February 22, 2018

Everyone loves learning that a study has just revealed one of their favorite foods is actually a superfood, supporting heart, brain, or general longevity. But some of the most popular superfood studies feature things some people need to avoid, like alcohol, caffeine, or added ingredients they’re allergic to. Luckily, there’s another way to harness at […]

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