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Google buries Mercola in their latest search engine update

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The detrimental side effects of energy drinks

This post was originally published on this siteOver the past centuries, people have used a variety of beverages to give them an extra burst of energy. While trends have changed from tea to coffee, to soft drinks and then energy… Continue Reading →

Aiming for 10,000 steps? Here’s your new target

This post was originally published on this site Most adults spend 10 hours or more each day sitting, and research1,2 shows this level of inactivity cannot be counteracted with a workout at the end of the day. To maintain health,… Continue Reading →

DIY Natural Electrolyte Drink Recipe

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Healthy Banana Ice Cream Recipe

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Statins- Interview with Dr. Malcolm Kendrick

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Statins – Interview Preview with Dr. Malcolm Kendrick

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Largest Study to Date Shows Promising Benefits of Exercise to Prevent Tumors

This post was originally published on this siteCancer is at epidemic proportions around the world. According to the American Cancer Society,1 more than 1.7 million new cancer cases are expected to be diagnosed and 606,880 Americans are expected to die… Continue Reading →

The Benefits of Cupping Therapy

This post was originally published on this siteCupping1 is an ancient medical treatment, its Chinese roots dating back thousands of years.2 Egyptian, Greek, Roman3 and Middle Eastern cultures also have ancient records of the practice,4 including Saudi Arabia, where the… Continue Reading →

Benefits of Sunlight with Dr. Marc Sorenson

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Genetic Testing for SNPS With Bob Miller

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Tap Your Sunday Night Blues Away with Julie Schiffman

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Tapping Techniques for When Family Disappoints with Julie Schiffman

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Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms with Bob Miller

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Pain Medicine Alternatives – Interview With Mark DeBrincat

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Sweet Potato Hash Recipe

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A Call to Action Against Fluoride

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A Call to Action Against Fluoride with Paul Connett

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How to Grow Figs

This post was originally published on this site Table of Contents Figs Have a Long and Illustrious History Planting and Propagating Figs Figs Do Not Usually Require Pruning Naturally Deter Pests Harvest and Store Fresh Figs Choose From a Large… Continue Reading →

How Sulforaphane in Broccoli May Benefit Those With Schizophrenia, Autism and Alzheimer’s

This post was originally published on this siteScience has proven time after time that food is potent medicine. Broccoli, for example, has a solid scientific foundation showing it’s one of the most valuable health-promoting foods around. While it contains several… Continue Reading →

Connecting the Dots — A Statement Opposing Fluoride

This post was originally published on this siteMore than 70% of U.S. water supplies have industrial-grade fluoride chemicals added under the guise of preventing tooth decay.1 The problem is that fluoride, a toxin, is linked to an increasing list of… Continue Reading →

Why Calcium Propionate Is Strongly Linked to Diabetes and Autism

This post was originally published on this siteThe degree to which a food has been altered during preparation lies on a continuum. Anything not directly harvested from the vine, ground, bush or tree has undergone some degree of processing. Processing… Continue Reading →

Consumer Reports’ Recommends Sunscreens That Seep Poison Into Your Bloodstream

This post was originally published on this siteWhile there are instances where sunscreen may be prudent, these products are widely overused and contribute to widespread vitamin D deficiency. In my view, sunscreen is rarely needed, provided you’re following sensible sun… Continue Reading →

Harvard Keeping Sackler Name for Building Despite Opioid Lies

This post was originally published on this siteIt may be difficult to imagine, but a single family may have had a direct effect on the massive epidemic of opioid-related addiction and deaths the U.S. is now experiencing. The U.S. involvement… Continue Reading →

Harmful Effects of Fluoride Continue to Mount

This post was originally published on this siteBy Stuart Cooper, Campaign Director, Fluoride Action Network Ending the addition of hazardous fluoridation chemicals — primarily hydrofluorosilicic acid — to the public’s drinking water will be one of the greatest public health… Continue Reading →

How Coca-Cola Controls and Manipulates Research

This post was originally published on this siteI’ve written about the collusion between industry and the U.S. federal regulatory agencies on many occasions throughout the years, and how industry-funded research simply tends to promote and support the industry agenda rather… Continue Reading →

Bayer Ordered to Pay $2 Billion in Third Roundup Lawsuit

This post was originally published on this site Bayer has come up zero for 3 in the first lawsuits alleging that Roundup herbicide caused cancer, with the latest verdict ordering the chemical giant to pay $2 billion to its victims…. Continue Reading →

Cognitive Benefits of Magnesium L-Threonate

This post was originally published on this siteDescribed as a patented compound with the ability to enhance working memory, short- and long-term memory and learning in animal studies, magnesium L-threonate (shortened to MgT and pronounced “Mag T”) was developed by… Continue Reading →

New Study Shows Skullcap Herb Repairs Brain Injury

This post was originally published on this siteThe skullcap herb, not to be confused with the deadly autumn skullcap mushroom,1 comes in two varieties: the American skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora) and Chinese skullcap (Scutellaria baicalensis).2 Although they come from the same… Continue Reading →

Weekly Health Quiz: Glyphosate, Exercise and Sleep

This post was originally published on this site 1 Which of the following types of exercise has been shown to be particularly effective for diabetes and insulin resistance? Stretching Aerobic exercise Strength training Research shows strength training is particularly beneficial… Continue Reading →

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