Your baby may be at considerable risk if you ignore these crucial factors.
I call him Edgar because he doesn’t like to be called “parasite.” The classic Greek nomer (‘para’ means beside, and ‘sitos’ means food) doesn’t explain his nature. Most people who hear the word, visualize a worm that hasn’t shaved for weeks, with tiny antennas, living in a cabin in your
Your shoes can be the vehicles for dangerous bacteria and toxins that trigger all sorts of health issues.
Inflammation is natural when you cut your finger, but chronic inflammation in your body can do serious damage, leading to cancer, heart disease, arthritis, Alzheimer’s, and more.
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When we talk about the silver healing benefits of high-quality colloidal silver produced by Silver Healer, we’re often countered with skepticism. That’s understandable, because there is a half century of disinformation by the pharmaceutical industry that has been downplaying natural healing solutions since the introduction of patentable drugs. For example “blue
Antibiotic-resistant microbes are a “catastrophic threat” and a global epidemic. Now even the simplest of skin infections or surgical procedures can put patients at risk.
HoneyColony’s founder Maryam Henein breaks down the compelling research on why we should eat fermented foods, along with some great tips on where to find them and how to make them yourself.
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Pungent and powerful, garlic has dozens of health and household uses.
The 20th century medical revolution messed up in at least one regard. Instead of wiping out disease, it created a new generation of antibiotic resistant bacteria that cannot be treated. Some doctors talk about the return to the Middle Ages while others barely acknowledge the threat. The real problem stems from how we perceived bacteria
New research suggests childhood obesity is not just a matter of “calories in, calories out.” Find out why antibiotics may play a role.
Studies suggest that calorie counts are way off, especially for raw and unprocessed foods.
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Companies are now adding “probiotic” labels to inedible products like skin creams and cleaning supplies. Are these products legit?
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