From cellular regeneration to a support for healthy joints, marine phytoplankton is one of the most nutrient-dense superfoods available, with tons of antioxidants and valuable trace minerals.
What’s a parent to do when everyone wants to turn their kids into little sugar cubes? Here are tips on taking the edge off Halloween and combating sugar overload throughout the year.
Methylation is a cellular sensation responsible for major swings in your health. Find out how to keep methylation in balance and learn why your MTHFR gene can be as bad as its acronym.
Learning about Parkinson’s disease was a tremendous shock. But I wasn’t going to let myself be thwarted in my healing by believing everything the doctors had to say. I took responsibility for healing into my own hands. Under My Thumb It starts in my thumb. I have a funny feeling, a
Women of all ages are plagued with vaginal dryness for various reasons including smoking, drinking, tampons, shaving/waxing, douching, hormonal issues, prescription drugs, and more. Pinpointing the issue is the first step in reversing the problem.
In the U.S. and many other developed countries salt has been vilified as a primary cause of high blood pressure and heart disease.
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Oxygen is of vital importance to our systems and is becoming more and more scarce in our environment. Discovery ways to ozonate!
The health benefits of raw honey are well documented. New findings now link honey with improved gut health. Discover how bees are making our good bacteria thrive like never before!
A new UCLA study finds a disturbing connection between our food supply and the degenerative disease that afflicts millions.
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Hard facts on the pros and cons of nightshades and why they should be avoided by people with autoimmune disorders.
When black mold infestation led to the development of Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, Fibromyalgia, and autoimmune illness, one women took back the reins of her health and carved a natural path towards healing.
I know I am getting old now, not because of my age but because the best gift I got this year was a “Squatty Potty.”