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Google buries Mercola in their latest search engine update, Part 2 of 2

This post was originally published on this site For the first part of this two-part article, see yesterday’s post, “Google buries Mercola in their latest search engine update,’ Part 1 of 2.” In Part 1, I discussed the effects Google’s… Continue Reading →

GMO wheat and frankenfish are here to stay

This post was originally published on this siteGenetically engineered crops are widespread in the U.S., particularly when it comes to GE corn, soybeans and cotton, but one crop that has not been approved as a genetically modified organism is wheat…. Continue Reading →

Organic food has a plastic problem

This post was originally published on this siteThe No. 1 reason why people choose to purchase organic products instead of conventional is to avoid pesticides and other chemicals not allowed in organics.1 Indeed, just by often or always eating organic,… Continue Reading →

Weekly health quiz — Antibiotics, autism and walking

This post was originally published on this site 1 Before the advent of antibiotics, which of the following herbs was commonly used in the treatment of various infections? Ashwagandha Sage Chamomile Echinacea Before antibiotics, echinacea was used as a general… Continue Reading →

Can tomato juice improve your blood pressure?

This post was originally published on this siteIn answer to the question of whether drinking tomato juice has a positive influence on your blood pressure level, the answer is a resounding “yes,” based in part on a recent, yearlong clinical… Continue Reading →

Google buries Mercola in their latest search engine update, Part 1 of 2

This post was originally published on this site Over the years, the government and business monopolies, including the likes of Big Tech, have formed a global alliance hell-bent on protecting and concentrating member profits. The price for keeping business going… Continue Reading →

Vitamin C protects against water pollution

This post was originally published on this siteIn 1996, the little town of Hinkley, California, won a massive arbitration against Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E). You might recall the story as the basis for the movie “Erin Brockovich,” in which… Continue Reading →

Google buries Mercola in their latest search engine update

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How one ‘unstoppable’ mother transformed the health of her family and took on big industry

This post was originally published on this site Zen Honeycutt, founder of Moms Across America, is nothing if not committed to action. In this inspiring interview, we discuss her book, “Unstoppable: Transforming Sickness and Struggle Into Triumph, Empowerment and a… Continue Reading →

How to cook pork tenderloin

This post was originally published on this siteAlso called pork filet and pork tender, pork tenderloin is a lean, boneless cut of meat taken from the muscles that run alongside the backbone of a pig. As its name implies, pork… Continue Reading →

Here’s what you need to learn about sleep apnea

This post was originally published on this siteThe importance of sleep has been emphasized for years because of its positive effects toward health. Unfortunately, there are factors that can interrupt your peaceful sleep and cause unwanted complications. For some, sleep… Continue Reading →

Magnesium sulfate — How to use it as a supplement

This post was originally published on this site Table of Contents The many symptoms of magnesium deficiency The different sources of magnesium Studies regarding the benefits of magnesium sulfate Who should not take magnesium sulfate? Side effects of magnesium sulfate… Continue Reading →

Laundry pods continue to poison people

This post was originally published on this siteAccording to the American Association of Poison Control Centers,1 each year 55 centers receive millions of calls, the majority from people who have come into contact with dangerous or potentially dangerous substances. The… Continue Reading →

What you need to know about the ‘science’ behind Gardasil

This post was originally published on this site The HPV vaccine Gardasil was granted European license in February 2006,1 followed by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval that same year in June.2 Gardasil was controversial in the U.S. from… Continue Reading →

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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The depression pill epidemic

This post was originally published on this siteAccording to the World Health Organization, depression is the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide, and increased 18% between 2005 and 2015.1 In the U.S., an estimated 17.3 million American adults,… Continue Reading →

Canola oil — When a great oil isn’t so great after all

This post was originally published on this site Table of Contents What is canola oil? How is canola oil used? Composition of canola oil How is canola oil made? Is canola oil safe? Side effects of canola oil Warning: This… Continue Reading →

Study links irregular sleep to diabetes and obesity

This post was originally published on this siteUnderstanding the reasons we sleep has been a subject of study for years. Although scientists haven’t yet discovered all that occurs during sleep, there have been unique discoveries leading to a better understanding… Continue Reading →

Nanoparticle additives in your food

This post was originally published on this siteProcessed food is the antithesis of a healthy diet for a number of different reasons, the addition of unregulated and often undisclosed chemicals being a significant one. Besides preservatives, emulsifiers, colors and flavors,… Continue Reading →

The most dangerous ‘nonprofit’ harming your health

This post was originally published on this siteThe International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI) is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. Their mission, according to their website,1 is “to provide science that improves human health and well-being and safeguards the… Continue Reading →

Buried reports hide details of medical device failures

This post was originally published on this siteAccording to the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission,1 the medical device industry has developed and sold an enormous number of products they feel play a crucial role improving the ability to diagnose and treat… Continue Reading →

Testing reveals PFOA chemicals in US food supply

This post was originally published on this site Per- and polyfluoroalykyl substances1,2 (PFAS) are widely used chemicals that make products water-, oil-, grease- and stain-resistant. The chemicals are also used in firefighting foam. One type, perfluorooctanoic acid or PFOA, is… Continue Reading →

Why mosquitoes develop resistance to pesticides

This post was originally published on this siteDespite their tiny size, mosquitoes have been called the world’s most dangerous creature because they spread deadly diseases. More than half the people on Earth live in an area where disease-carrying mosquitoes are… Continue Reading →

Genetically edited babies might die young

This post was originally published on this siteIn 2018, He Jiankui, a Chinese scientist, claimed to have created the world’s first gene-edited babies. He modified the DNA of human embryos during in vitro fertilization by disabling a gene called CCR5,… Continue Reading →

Protect your gums and your brain with K2

This post was originally published on this site Has it ever occurred to you that the overall picture of your dental health is really a reflection of your physical health? That’s the premise of Dr. Steven Lin, a dentist who… Continue Reading →

Weekly health quiz — Magnesium, measles and grounding

This post was originally published on this site 1 Which of the following nutrients helps shuttle magnesium to the cells that need it most, thereby augmenting the benefits of magnesium and reducing symptoms of magnesium deficiency? Vitamin B6 Vitamin B6… Continue Reading →

How to use the top 10 medicinal plants and herbs

This post was originally published on this siteBefore the advent of drugs, plant remedies were the go-to medicines, and they can serve you just as well today as in the past. While there are many thousands of plants, any one… Continue Reading →

Homeopathy for asthma

This post was originally published on this siteAsthma is a chronic condition affecting the airways. Inflammation makes your airways swell, triggering wheezing, shortness of breath and coughing. Symptoms may range from mild to severe and may happen rarely or every… Continue Reading →

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