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…And many who don’t probably have multiple risk factors. Genetics, diet, exercise, the make-up of your probiotic colony—and possible viruses that may make taking control of your health very difficult. With heart disease a rampant problem, every little thing you can do for yourself helps, even things as simple as taking a daily heart supporting […]

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Give Back to Your Dogs

August 28, 2018

Study after study has revealed that owning—or even just bonding with a pup—can improve your health. Make sure that you’re giving back to your canine companion with lots of love, regular doctor visits, and even a little daily immune support with colloidal silver. How do pets help us? Owning a dog may cut your risk […]

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A high, high number of Americans have some form, or degree, of heart disease. Many also suffer from stress and depression. Another study has found that this is a high-risk, if not deadly combination… so make sure you’re doing something about it! While the study emphasizes that there’s no confirmed causation, it’s far from the […]

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Since humans started cultivating fruits and vegetables, we’ve been selectively breeding them to be sweeter, starchier, and oilier. Those were ok qualities to have when humans needed high calorie diets, but they come at the cost of nutrients. The lack of nutrients has contributed to modern problems like cancer, diabetes, dementia. If you want to […]

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Taking statins is associated with a 34% increased risk of kidney problems. Statins are often prescribed to prevent heart disease, but according to this new data the risks might outweigh the benefits. For those with heart disease, they’re already at an increased risk for kidney problems (as are people with diabetes, and who already have […]

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