Nov 182015

FlorideFluoride exposure can have serious health consequences

Fluoride is one of the most dangerous health threats in our environment, and its widespread use makes it a challenging to avoid. On this website, we regularly discuss the health concerns associated with water fluoridation and believe that the prevalence of fluoride in our water supply is not something to take lightly. Fortunately, many in the health and science fields are working toward change and many of these individuals have voiced their concerns in the new documentary Fluoride: Poison On Tap. Continue reading »

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May 132014

fittness150Fitting a workout in can be a challenge for many people. But if being healthy is a priority, fitting one in is a necessity. Exercise is important for overall health, not just weight maintenance, but the prevention of cardiovascular disease, inflammation, cancers, and more. Fortunately, with a little creativity, you can squeeze in a quick workout whenever you have a few minutes. Continue reading »

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May 122014

lost sleepLost sleep, even if you are eating right, exercising, and cleansing your body and mind of the numerous environmental toxins we are exposed to every day, you may still be missing a huge component of overall health – sleep. Quality is more important than quantity in a new study, and just three years of poor sleep can cause someone to lose significant cognitive functioning, as much as someone with a serious brain disease like dementia or the beginning stages of Alzheimer’s. Continue reading »

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Mar 102014

man napping on a benchIn some places, towns essentially shut down in the afternoon while everyone goes home for a siesta. Unfortunately, in the U.S.—more bound to our corporate lifestyles than our health—a mid-day nap is seen as a luxury and, in some cases, a sign of pure laziness. But before you feel guilty about that weekend snooze or falling asleep during a movie, rest assured that napping is actually good for you and a completely natural phenomena in the circadian (sleep-wake cycle) rhythm. Continue reading »

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Sep 212013

hamburgerWhen it comes to foods which cause plaque buildup in the arteries, you’ve most likely heard that “what you eat can greatly affect your cardiovascular health.” However, to know which foods to choose… and which to skip (to achieve your health goals) can be downright challenging. Fear not, heart-healthy eating does not have to be complex. In this article you can find out how to avoid foods which can lead to plaque buildup, so that you can fill your plate with much healthier alternatives. Continue reading »

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May 152013

The World Health Organization has admitted that “Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide”. For nearly 40 years, the United States has spent over $200 billion “trying” to find a cure – with no success. But, most doctors can’t even tell you why (cancer) medicine is such a failure. (Hint: there’s a hidden agenda)
By Jonathan Landsman

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May 082013

I have put together a list of 5 essential fall recipes—comforting slow-cooker braised chicken, a veggie-packed autumn stew, a super-seasonal green pizza, creamy mushroom chicken and crumb-topped apple cinnamon bars—that you’ll want to learn to make to take advantage of fall’s best ingredients. With the aroma of these delicious recipes wafting from your kitchen, I promise you won’t want to be anywhere else. By Hilary Meyer 
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Apr 292013

Superfoods are foods and herbs that have a unique concentration of nutrients that synergize together to boost potential. These foods are typically loaded with a combination of critical fatty acids, anti-oxidant phytonutrients and essential amino acids. Ginger is a superfood herb that has been used in many different regions of the world.
By Dr. David Jockers
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