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February 25, 2019

BREAKING: Roundup found in beer & wine samples (See the brands)

This post was originally published on this siteWe all know that alcoholic drinks are not a health food – and alcohol itself is linked to cancer. But, these new findings are just further evidence that this hazardous weed killer is… Continue Reading →

Why Your Doctor Won’t Prescribe the T3 Thyroid Hormone

There is a simple reason why doctors typically refuse to prescribe the T3 thyroid hormone and it has nothing to do with science, side-effects, or potential dangers. As with so many things in healthcare, it boils down to Big Pharma… Continue Reading →

Systematic derivation of safety limits for time-varying 5G radiofrequency exposure based on analytical models and thermal dose.

PMID: Health Phys. 2018 Sep 21. Epub 2018 Sep 21. PMID: 30247338 Abstract Title: Systematic Derivation of Safety Limits for Time-Varying 5G Radiofrequency Exposure Based on Analytical Models and Thermal Dose. Abstract: Extreme broadband wireless devices operating above 10 GHz… Continue Reading →

Could Antiperspirants or Deodorants Cause Alzheimer’s?

The Future of Psychiatry with Dr. Jay Faber

How to Turn Your Passion Into Your Dream Job

Hiya Gorgeous! Have you ever thought to yourself, “it’s too late”? Too late for your dream, too late to improve your diet, too late to move to a new city and start over. Too darn late. I’ll be honest, I… Continue Reading →

Sarsaparilla Good for More than Root Beer

Cowboys drank sarsaparilla soda in the Old West! Today I want to share the health benefits of this wonderful herb. When you first hear “sarsaparilla,” you might think of soda. This herb comes from the roots of a a woody… Continue Reading →

‘It’s Not Going to Get Turned Around in 10 Years’: Sen. Feinstein Criticized for Dismissive Attitude to Young Climate Activists

An encounter between 15 San Francisco middle and high school students and California Senator Dianne Feinstein on Friday revealed a generational divide within the Democratic party when it comes to acting on climate change. The children arrived to ask Feinstein… Continue Reading →

How Neuroscience Can Help Your Kid Make Good Choices

Imagine the following scenario: Your eight-year-old son is repeatedly poked with a pencil by his classmate at school. How does he respond? He might endure the pokes without complaint by using willpower, or he might stay silent, succumbing to feelings… Continue Reading →

NBC: New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft caught on tape, charged with soliciting prostitution in human trafficking probe

The billionaire owner of the current Super Bowl champion New England Patriots, 77-year-old Robert Kraft, has been charged with soliciting prostitution at a spa in Florida (thanks to surveillance video showing him receiving sexual services). Kraft is one among more… Continue Reading →

Health Hacks: How to Get Healthier in 5 Minutes A Day

This post was originally published on this siteLifestyle changes can be hard to make and sometimes you might feel overwhelmed with the time commitment. Have you ever…Read More This is a summary only, click on the title above to continue… Continue Reading →

The next Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox Challenge begins Wed March 13th!

Put it off no longer: We are planning our next Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox Challenge that starts on Wednesday, March 13th. This is your opportunity to seize control over health and weight, maybe even turn the clock back 10… Continue Reading →

Falling Off the Mountain and Climbing Back Up

It’s Monday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please… Continue Reading →

Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for February 23, Part 1

What is the Single Most Important Tip in Parenting a Teenager?

Being a teenager is one of the hardest and most difficult times in a person’s life. In fact, it’s almost as difficult as being the parent of one. In the first episode of a series on teenagers and parenting, Dr…. Continue Reading →

The So-Called Political Divide on Coal vs. Renewables Is Fake News

By Jeff Turrentine From a political standpoint, defending coal consumption is harder than ever. Coal is far and away the dirtiest fossil fuel there is in terms of carbon emissions and regular old air pollution (and its messy mining practices… Continue Reading →

Who Will Support Real Cosmetics Reform?

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Green Pea & Herb Hummus Dip

This post was originally published on this siteLooking to add more greens to a snack plate? Here’s a hummus recipe that swaps chickpeas for green peas, which…Read More This is a summary only, click on the title above to continue… Continue Reading →

Slow Cooker French Onion Soup

The ABC’s of Growing the Best Wheatgrass

Kids love to see things grow. It is very therapeutic to participate in the propagation of life in the form of gardening. One of the fastest growing plants in the world is wheatgrass. This makes it the perfect plant to… Continue Reading →

9 Reasons You’re Not Losing Weight on Keto

Many people start the keto diet for weight loss, expecting the pounds to slide right off almost instantly. But when you suddenly hit a plateau and the scale doesn’t seem to budge anymore, it can be incredibly frustrating and make… Continue Reading →

Salsa Chicken Tacos from Cooking Classy (Instant Pot or Slow Cooker)

Salsa Chicken Tacos are sure to be a hit and this tasty recipe can work for the Instant Pot, slow cooker, or on the stove so everyone can choose the method they prefer! Click here to see The BEST Instant… Continue Reading →

Spicy Shrimp Stir Fry With Peppers

It’s no secret that I love to make stir frys for dinner. A meal that is fast and easy, healthy, and only uses one pan checks all my boxes. Like most of my other stir fry recipes, such as my… Continue Reading →

Acorns Squash Fajita Bowls – Guest Post by Samantha Jo Teague

Samantha Jo Teague is that feisty, uncensored friend you gravitate towards when you’re looking for healing answers. She’s a Certified Paleo Nutritional Coach, Health & Nutrition Life Coach, and studying Holistic Wellness Coach who combines primal nutritional therapy with holistic… Continue Reading →

15 Oat Crusts, Breads and Biscuits!

Oat flour can be used for a wide variety of baked goods, and you’ll never turn back once you try one of these 15 oat crust, bread and biscuit recipes from our Food Monster App! The post 15 Oat Crusts,… Continue Reading →

AIP Stories of Recovery: Jennifer’s Recovery From Mixed Connective Tissue Disease

AIP Stories of Recovery is a success story series about regular people from the Autoimmune Protocol community who are changing their lives using the protocol. Each month a new person is featured and readers have the opportunity to discover all the… Continue Reading →

Slow Cooker French Onion Soup (Gluten-Free)

This post was originally published on this site This gluten-free and healthy Slow Cooker French Onion Soup is comfort food at it’s finest. It’s made using simple ingredients … The post Slow Cooker French Onion Soup (Gluten-Free) appeared first on… Continue Reading →

234: The Keto-Green Way to Optimize Hormones & Libido With Dr. Anna Cabeca

If anyone can connect the dots on women’s health, it’s today’s guest. Dr. Anna Cabeca is a triple-board certified doctor of gynecology and obstetrics who specializes in integrative medicine, anti-aging, and regenerative medicine. When she saw gaps in women’s health… Continue Reading →

Almond Milk Chai Tea Latte

Whether you are a coffee drinker or a tea drinker, this almond milk chai tea latte is a great source of antioxidants and is a great way for you to get a boost of caffeine! Add this chai tea latte… Continue Reading →

4 Dietary Tweaks For Those With An Autoimmune Disease

Lupus is an autoimmune disease, with symptoms that range from mild to life-threatening, but it can also go into remission for weeks, months, and even years. More serious forms are difficult to manage medically – immunosuppressive drugs such as prednisone… Continue Reading →

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