From the monthly archives:

November 2018

Oral health is underappreciated. Only about 40% of Americans floss daily, and 20% never do. Oral health isn’t just about good looking teeth, good smelling breath, or not wanting your teeth to fall out as you age (although those are all valuable). Oral health impacts the entire body. People with signs of periodontal disease like […]

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Get a Better Source of Calcium

November 22, 2018

If it hasn’t happened already, it’s likely to at some point: it will be recommended you take a calcium supplement. Calcium is most famous for supporting bones, which need the extra help as we age, but it’s also used throughout the body in other ways. Neurotransmitters, muscles, enzymes, and more rely on calcium. With so […]

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Another Lettuce Recall

November 21, 2018

For the second time this year, romaine lettuce has been recalled due to E. coli contamination. So be careful eating salads over the hokiday weekend! Make sure you’re supporting your immune system with colloidal silver.

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Vitamin B12 should be in your diet, but might not be if you are vegan or are eating the typical American diet instead of a healthier one. If you are experiencing mouth ulcers, have pale yellow skin, or frequently get the sensation of pins and needles, you might be short B12. Make sure you’re getting […]

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Outbreaks on the Rise

November 19, 2018

It’s already charted: measles and mumps are on the rise all over, and in several states they’ve gotten a foothold. Data shows that we can expect the problem to grow, as more are opting out of the vaccines. As these diseases reemerge, even people who are vaccinated need to watch out. For most, having received […]

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