Prepare for the Flu

October 7, 2016

Guy CoughingIt’s not just cold snaps blowing through; the flu virus is active, now, too (not surprising since it usually starts in October).

For numerous reasons, including the outing of the spray-vaccine as ineffective, it’s expected to be a bad flu season with more cases than usual. Make sure you have enough colloidal silver for the whole family. Read more about the flu…


Arthritis Hands LaceGold works to get the cells in the body going, especially nerve cells. In the brain, this leads to reports of feeling “sharper”, with more focus, clarity, and even improved mood. But those effects extend outside the brain, too.

Medical researchers have focused on testing nanogold on arthritis and prostate cancer. Their research indicates that size matters: smaller gold particles work like magic (at least until they can figure out the “why” and “how”). Gold has long been used to treat rheumatoid arthritis, but it’s coming back around into medical popularity because of how much more effective nano particles are. Read more about gold…


Superbug Cascade

October 5, 2016

Bacteria Hospital PicAntibiotic resistant bacteria, or superbugs, are taking over. While they’ve been around for a long time, existing antibiotics are becoming useless at an increasing pace.

The newest issue? A variant of MRSA (LA-MRSA) is circulating in Europe. While it’s not unexpected, what’s important to note is that it’s being distributed by animal products. Raw meat, and even milk have tested positive for the dangerous bacteria. Read more about superbugs…


Bone Photo IllustratedDuring winter, bones need a little extra support. Bone density naturally waxes and wanes, depending not just on diet, but on the time of year, what city you live in, how old you are, your race (and other genetic factors), and more.

You can’t control everything (like your genes) but you can get ahead of some of the bigger known risks, like winter. Make sure you’ve got extra calcium in your diet with a high-quality supplement like Cal Mag Complete, especially if you’ve got other risk factors (compounding winter with your age, other health problems, or just bad genes). Read more about bone density…


Pollution conceptHeadlines are pretty bleak about a lot of everyday things we take for granted: the WHO says that almost everyone’s air is substandard; a new and more thorough study found that household dust is full of chemicals (it’s leaking off your furniture, your floor, paint, plastic toys/goods and more, then getting trapped); then, there’s all the stuff in our water, if it’s not lead it’s chromium-6 or some other toxin not yet outed. Read more about Liver Health…