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Good dental hygiene goes beyond dodging cavities while freshening your breath… your mouth is the gateway to your digestive system, and anything unkempt in it is going to end up inside you. For instance, plaque on your teeth can contribute to plaque in your arteries. And your good bacteria define you, so don’t let bad […]

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It happens. A recalled jar of peanut butter, a funky picnic salad, or undercooked meat… and right away, or even as long as 6 weeks later, you find yourself feeling funny. Your stomach hurts, it cramps, and you might have vomiting or diarrhea (or both, which the internet colorfully calls “shuking”). You know you need […]

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Everybody has them—health tools you rely on everyday to maintain your health. For some it’s aspirin, for others their morning bran. But here are the three things I can’t go a day without: –Colloidal Silver. First thing in the morning, before breakfast. An empty tummy means better absorption. I use it as general support for […]

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Many people think that they have bad teeth (suffering lots of cavities) when in reality their teeth are fine; it’s their health and nutrition causing the problem of “bad teeth”. Your teeth are made of mineral. Food, which is usually more acidic than the mouth, causes demineralization. Fortunately, remineralization is also constantly occurring. When demineralization […]

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