From the monthly archives:

July 2019

A study out of another car-dependant country (New Zealand) has a health tip that could improve our health in two different ways: don’t get in your car unless you’re going more than half a mile. The benefits are comparable to cutting back on smoking nicotine, according to the study. Not only does the person walking […]

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Colloidal silver is a supplement made up of silver nanoparticles and water—there is a long history of silver as immune support, food preservative, skin healer, and more. As modern research has verified its antimicrobial properties, it’s become a hot additive for clothes, paint, catheters, and more. It stops odor in your expensive gym clothes, germs […]

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The Rise of Microplastic

July 22, 2019

It’s a new health concern for humans (and animals, and the environment): microplastics. Years ago, maybe around 2011, a study came out showing that two year olds had 20 times the amount of plastic in their bloodstream than was deemed safe for adults. Since plastic chew toys, forks, and more abound for babies the problem […]

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Recently researchers have peeled back a relationship between allergies and our mental health. It started when a pediatrician noticed a pattern in her patients with allergies—even though they were young, many of them were already having anxiety, panic attacks, and other mental health problems. Expanding to a study on adults, there’s a very strong relationship […]

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There’s a reason “you get what you pay for” is an age-old adage—if it seems too good to be true, it probably is, and common sense prevails. A cheap line of multivitamins sold on Amazon have been outed as fakes. Counterfeit products of all types are a problem on Amazon, especially when they come out […]

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