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PPM, or parts per million, refers to how much silver is in your colloidal silver. It sounds like a difficult, super-scientific question, but it’s not! There’s just one important thing to understand about determining “how many ppm is best for colloidal silver”: that it indicates quantity, and quality! Here’s how knowing that ppm of a […]

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Popular alternative diets might not being giving you the nutrition you need. Take one of the biggest: cutting out gluten. According to a study, not only are most people fine to eat gluten, leaving it out might mean leaving out key nutrients. Many gluten free foods just don’t have the comparative macronutrients, micronutrients, or trace […]

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Sometimes experience gets it wrong, or there’s a wrong assumption that the easy, first steps were tried, and simple problems are given a complex solution that often fails. A new study has found that for teens with treatment resistant depression, the best solution might be what should have been tried first: better nutrition. In the […]

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The NHS is constantly looking for ways to cut costs, and sometimes something good comes from all that penny pinching. Looking at data from 11,000 patients from 14 countries, they found a clear benefit to the cost of making sure everyone got more Vitamin D. Vitamin D is hard to get from food. Aside from […]

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A Little Can Go a Long Way

January 19, 2017

A new study has found that just a little bit more zinc can go a long way—getting more than the minimum may help improve cellular health and boost immunity. If you read the study, you’ll see that it’s being used to push fortified foods and crops (AKA GMO crops, may be safe, but it changes […]

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