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The Best Dietary Sources of Iodine
by Michael Ravensthorpe
March 8, 2014
Iodine is an essential trace nutrient that is responsible for producing thyroid hormones. These hormones are responsible for regulating the metabolism, which affects the speed with which our bodies use energy, cholesterol, and heart rates...
Sea vegetables, or seaweeds, are the kings of iodine - which makes sense, since iodine ions mainly concentrate in oceans and saltwater pools. Though all sea vegetables are rich in iodine, perhaps the greatest source is bladderwrack.
The Best Hair Growth Vitamins and Supplements to Fight Hair Loss
by Jenny Hills
November 11, 2016
A receding hairline, the appearance of bald patches (alopecia), or thinning hair can be a disturbing experience for any person, and knowing how to fight hair loss can be a challenge.
Over the last few years, various vitamins and supplements have been promoted to boost hair growth and help hair grow back. For example, biotin, vitamin D, B-complex vitamins, and omega-3 are all said to combat hair loss and help hair regrow.
The best natural painkiller similar to morphine
July 22, 2017
Discover the lost remedies used by our ancestors for centuries. And I'm not talking about rare and complicated insights that only a botanist knows.
Lactuca virosa, commonly called wild lettuce or opium lettuce, is a plant with psychoactive effects. Wild lettuce can be found growing freely in various regions of the world including Australia, America, Southern Europe and India. Lactuca virosa has yellow flowers and can grow to be 2 meters tall. The name of the plant stems from its "milk-juice" (lactuca) and from the word poisonous (virosa). The milky sap is bitter, and has a narcotic smell.
The CDC medical police state: the right to detain anyone
by Jon Rappoport
September 5, 2016
-Understand the implications of new CDC rules, if you want to know where the medical dictatorship is heading. Arbitrary apprehension of citizens, detainment, forced medical treatment, vaccination.
The CDC is doubling down. The agency is on the verge of expanding its power to detain and force medical treatment on anyone. The new proposed CDC regulations are contained in the Federal Register dated August 15, 2016, under the heading, "Control of Communicable Diseases-Notice of Proposed Rulemaking."
The Dangerous Toxin in Your Home: Triclosan
by Dr. Craig A. Maxwell
August 18, 2016
Do you slather on hand sanitizer and use antibacterial hand soap? If so, you could be setting yourself up for neurological and autoimmune disease.
If your New Year's Resolution was to quit smoking, lose weight, and start eating healthier; congratulations, you're well on your way to living a longer, healthier life. Unfortunately, even if you're eating the best diet and working out regularly, you could still be setting yourself up for serious disease from a dangerous toxin you willingly use each and every day. That toxin is called Triclosan and if you carry around a small bottle of antibacterial gel in your purse or glove compartment, you may be slathering it on each and every day. You'll want to check that anti-bacterial gel, and many other products in your home, to make sure they do not contain this toxic substance.
The Definitive Guide to Oils
by Mark Sisson
February 8, 2017
Before you can hope to make it as a speculator and start slingin' barrels for big money, you've got to understand exactly what's gushing forth from the earth's crust.
Today's post is actually about edible oils. Well, they're all technically edible - they can all be swallowed and digested - but as for being palatable, let alone healthful? That remains to be seen. Not all oils are created equal, especially given the fact that most of the ones people use nowadays are actually created in an industrial laboratory. No oil "exists naturally," mind you. Olive oil isn't harvested by leaving open containers under leaking, dripping olives on the branch, nor is that liquid sloshing around inside a coconut pure oil. I'm not trying to disparage processing in and of itself.
The health benefits of blackstrap molasses
June 4, 2015
Molasses is a thick syrup produced when the sugar cane plant is processed to make refined sugar for mass consumption.
Whereas the toxic and unhealthy refined sugar is destined for our supermarket shelves, the highly nutritious molasses - which contains all the minerals and nutrients absorbed by the plant - is more likely to be sold as livestock feed instead.
The Health Benefits of Goats Milk
by Dr. Edward Group Dc, Np, Dacbn, Dcbcn, Dabfm
May 16, 2017
There are many health benefits of goat's milk. Here are eleven health benefits, along with and explanation why it's a better choice than cow's milk.
Goat's milk is a much healthier alternative, especially when it is raw and organic. Goats produce about 2% of the global milk supply; people who consume goat's milk cite a lower incidence of allergies and digestive complaints.
The Life House Chiropractic Announces Natural Treatment Solutions for Fibromyalgia
by Dr. Josh Wagner
February 21, 2012
Some 6 million people suffer from fibromyalgia, and a recent study reports that pain - more than depression, anxiety or sleeplessness -- is the primary factor behind cognitive dysfunction in patients suffering with this disorder.
According to Dr. Josh Wagner - the only Manhattan chiropractor specializing in Torque Release Technique, a drug-free, safe and natural treatment for fibromyalgia and other chronic pain disorders - the key to eliminating fibromyalgia lies in de-stressing and detoxifying the central nervous system, not in merely managing the often debilitating disorder with pain medication.
The Many Health Benefits of Coenzyme Q10 and Ubiquinol
by Dr. Mercola
September 8, 2016
Coenzyme Q10 and ubiquinol are two vitally important supplements that many are still unaware of. Risa Schulman, Ph.D., is a biologist and functional food expert who has spent the last two decades researching these and other supplements.
Ubiquinol is the reduced version of coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10, aka ubiquinone). They're actually the same molecule, but when CoQ10 is reduced it takes on two electrons, which turns it into what we call ubiquinol.
In your body, this conversion occurs thousands of times every second inside your mitochondria — the "engine" of each cell in which energy is produced
"The reason it does this flipping back and forth between these two forms of the molecule is that this is part of the process that helps us to change our food into energy," Schulman explains.
"This is very important to healthy functioning, and obviously important for all muscles, in particular your heart muscle, which works hardest of all the muscles."
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