Category Archives: Lifestyle

About that cookware

The big deal: Cookware is a MAJOR source of toxic heavy metals!  You would think that stainless steel would be the best cookware but stainless steel is actually porous and allows base metals to leach through into the food. Titanium … Continue reading

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Surviving and thriving with iodine

How potassium iodide can make the difference between surviving and thriving after disaster The big deal: Iodine is critical for every cell in the human body to function normally. When our bodies are deficient of elemental iodine and potassium iodide, … Continue reading

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Surviving and thriving with baking soda

How to thrive after you survive using baking soda The big deal: After surviving a nuclear or chemical attack or event, the kidneys are the first organs distressed and damaged from chemical, uranium and radiation exposure. Military guidelines suggest doses … Continue reading

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Gene Wilder killed by Alzheimer’s

Movie legend Gene Wilder succumbs to Alzheimer’s! He was 83 years old. Now, at this point you may want to learn a few things about Alzheimer’s. Did you know that by the time you reach your 80’s there is already … Continue reading

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It’s just a football game!

Know what’s depressing? If you are a Dallas Cowboy’s fan, it would sadden you deeply to be beat by the Seahawks! But don’t reach for the antidepressants over a football game. In fact, when the doc offers you a “chill-pill” … Continue reading

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Avoiding the HPV vaccine

Do you know what’s more obnoxious than the total amount of Google searches for Leslie Jones’s nude photos these days? It’s gotta be the pressure you’ll get from your child’s doctor to shoot-up your adolescent little girl with the dangerous … Continue reading

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Cheap candles hurt your health

I always avoid the cheap and highly superficial candle aisles in any Big Box store along with those Yankee Candle stores because the unnatural smells make my nose-smeller go out on overload. How can this be you ask? It is … Continue reading

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Are you ready to bug-out?

Nuclear disaster? What’s in your emergency bug-out bag? A prepper must-have for medium to long-term survival after any cataclysmic disaster is lots of iodine. Remember what happened after Fukushima? Iodine was bought up within hours and was not available for … Continue reading

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Pesticides: Putting the H in ADHD

The chemical industry has cleverly played the use of pyrethroid pesticides as a safer residential alternative to other commercial pesticides. But, this is what you get with the latest and greatest “safe” chemical pesticide: A new study has documented the … Continue reading

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Afraid of the light?

Being a little child that is afraid of the dark is understandable. Being an adult that is afraid of the light isn’t. ~ C  

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C-sections from hell

ADHD, Autism, mental issues? Did you know that about 75% of American kids with any of these problems were yanked out of the womb with a C-section? Furthermore, C-section babies have an increased risk for developing allergies, asthma, and diabetes. … Continue reading

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The inflammation collaboration

Inflammation plays a critical role in wound healing and helping to fight off infections. Just remember that normal inflammation is a sign of the body doing its job to bring antibodies and healing nutrients to an injury site. But! Chronic … Continue reading

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Kidney stone causes and solutions

Excess calcium in the body can cause the calcium type of kidney stones and can also lead to Alzheimer’s disease and can harden arteries causing heart attacks and other pulmonary problems.1 Either a surplus of calcium and/or a deficiency in … Continue reading

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Runaway metabolic syndrome

Metabolic syndrome is like diabetes for beginners and nearly half of adults over 60 now have it. Metabolic syndrome begins with a hefty layer of belly fat and some moobs (if you’re a guy). Then the blood sugar rises, triglycerides … Continue reading

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Autism still rising!

With all the king’s horses and all the king’s best medical staff – autism is not going away… http://realhealthtalk.com/Autism__The_Rising_Tide_of_Autism.html

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Toxoplasmosis and personality changes

Severe personality changes don’t happen without a reason. One of the best-hidden causes of this is toxoplasma gondii contracted from cats and other sources. These toxo-infections can alter neurotransmitter function – bringing anywhere from mild to severe psychotic symptoms. In … Continue reading

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It’s in your soaps and medicines

Studies have found that antimicrobial soaps are actually no better at killing germs than the plain old soap – and the FDA admits it! Formaldehyde, dioxane, phthalates, parabens, propylene, sodium laureth sulphate and much more goes into personal care products … Continue reading

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Hippy-dippy toothbrushing

Want healthier teeth and gums? Then you must ditch the regular toothpastes and switch to tooth powder. Regular toothpaste has glycerin which works against your teeth to plug up the living dentinal tubules which allow the teeth to re-mineralize and … Continue reading

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Curing diabetes

 Diabetes is both preventable and treatable. Diabetes is fast becoming the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S., accounting for about 180,000 deaths per year (right behind medical mistakes). Read more> http://realhealthtalk.com/diabetes_lecture_notes.html

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Harder but not stronger bones

If we just assume that we need to be concerned about bone health and treat our bones naturally, there would be no need for bone scans. It is our diet and lifestyle that has weakened the core structure of our … Continue reading

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