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You might already know that a good way to find the most nutrient rich foods is to look for rich, deep color, a good smell, and, of course, a rich taste. That can apply to supplements, too. The plant ingredients in Welltrient supplements are selected only if they’re a fresh green and not a wilted […]

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Like fish oil, krill oil is a great source of both DHA and EPA. Unlike fish oil, the form that both DHA and EPA have in krill oil is easier to digest—meaning easier for your body to use, and with less digestion troubles (like stinky burps). Both EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) are […]

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In this requisition from 1999, the FDA acknowledges it has no evidence that colloidal silver (at least real colloidal silver, as we define it) causes argyria, death, or harmful drug interactions. Zero studies. Zero reports. The FDA’s Adverse Reporting System has nothing to substantiate the horrible PR war raged against colloidal silver. Colloidal silver is […]

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Given there are tons of studies, centuries of use, and plenty of anecdotal evidence saying nano silver isn’t harmful, some scientists are politely asking we move forward with research (how about verifying the ways nano silver is helpful?). Despite the fact that many studies verify silver’s safety in the human body, the EPA, as well […]

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