The Search for Antibiotics

December 12, 2018

Antibiotic resistance continues to be a growing problem. As with almost all health issues, those most affected are those with weakened immune systems—especially hospital patients, people with chronic health conditions (asthma, for example). Researchers the world over are getting creative as they look for new sources. The latest promising research is looking at wasp venom!

With a few modifications researchers have managed to create a wasp venom based antibiotic that leaves human cells alone and quickly clears even the most deadly bacteria—at least in mice! While time will tell, it’s a promising lead.

Other researchers are “mining” for antibiotics in unusual places, like the bottom of lakes, caves, etc , hoping to find a fungus or virus that can fight the extra strength bacteria our years of antibiotic misuse has created.

Of course, colloidal silver (often in the form of slightly modified nano silver to make it patentable) is also being used by modern medicine. Colloidal silver has been used for centuries to fight not just bacteria but viruses, fungi, amoeba, and and other pathogens—while cost made it fall out of favor when fungus based antibiotics were discovered, it’s being used to combat hep c, and as a disinfectant coating on everything from catheters to curtains, walls, and more. Your local gym or daycare may even get sprayed with it quarterly to stop the spread of disease.

You can take colloidal silver as a daily supplement, as a safe alternative for your neti pot or nebulizer, or just as a boost for your immune system. It’s easy health support that’s available now.

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Are You At Risk for SAD?

December 10, 2018

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) are those depression like feelings that crop up during the darker fall and winter months. With less light, our circadian rhythm gets messed up, we get less Vitamin D, and we can feel down. But some people are more at risk than others—are you at risk?

If you’re further north, at a lower altitude, get a lot of snow or other sky blocking weather, that’s one risk factor. With less sun year round, being further north means extra short days and even less sunlight in the winter—fueling SAD. But there are other risk factors, too. Women are known to be at a higher risk, and a new study has revealed another risk factor: dark eyes. Read more about SAD…


The CDC is reminding holiday bakers that it’s gotten doubly dangerous to sneak a taste of raw cookie dough, cake batter, and other uncooked foods. While eggs have been a known risk for food poisoning for decades, in the last few years recalls have put flour into that category as well. If you want to avoid food poisoning from E. coli, salmonella and other potential pathogens this holiday season, wait until things are cooked before digging in. Read more about food safety…


Some people know they need their beauty rest, while others insist they can function just fine on 4-6 hours. The truth is, not getting enough sleep (7-9 hours) has a measurable influence on your next day performance, whether you’re typing, driving, or an all star athlete. If you’re struggling to get your Zzzs, get help from our Sleep Support Pack.

The latest study offers measurable data that any sports fan can observe. When NBA players tweet late at night, their next day performance takes a hit. The effect may be worse for morning people when they occasionally stay up late. Read more about sleep…