From the monthly archives:

July 2018

Study after study ties our gut bacteria (as well as bacteria found elsewhere, like the skin and genitals) to unexpected aspects off our health, like our body’s ability to regulate our weight, to our mood and even personality, to our heart health and more! Here’s how you can take that information and start improving your […]

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Sugar is the biggest villain in nutrition these days. Part of the vitriol it gets, I think at least in part, is due to some righteous anger about how the sugar industry put blame on fat, and denied Americans decades of delicious, savory, fatty meals. Now we have the keto diet where you’re encouraged to […]

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Communities everywhere are issuing warnings: there’s a tick-boom this year, and with that comes more tick borne illness. (And more need for immune support from colloidal silver). It’s not just Lyme Disease. Serious cases of things like Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever are also turning up—and you don’t even have to leave your own backyard to […]

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When talking about the best way to support your health, experts love to play tug of war over fish oil. A study comes out showing that it supports heart, eye, or brain health, or that it’s good for longevity. A contrary piece comes out—don’t we know taking fish oil is bad for the environment? And […]

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It’s mostly an issue of food safety—right now, because of summer temperatures or some other reason, salmonella is everywhere. It’s in chickens, turkeys, ducks, and likely other birds. It’s not limited to one region of the US, one farm, or one processing center. It’s affecting both commercial products, and backyard flocks. Here’s what you need […]

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