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What do you Brush With?

“Read your labels” is a common theme in my writings, but do you read the label on toothpaste? Give it a try and find out what you are ingesting daily. Ancient Egyptians paved the way for us regarding toothpastes. Theirs were made from powdered ash, oxen hoof, myrrh, egg shells, pumice and water. Later,...

A Dose of Common Sense

Today, an abundance of people who successfully overcome a health condition deem themselves an expert and, given the internet, it’s easy to tag yourself as such. Fortunately, you don’t have be an expert in health matters to share common sense. Consider these tried and tested health ideas and tips. ...

Defeat Autoimmune Conditions

Autoimmune conditions such as type I diabetes, Crohn’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis and lupus have been on the rise the past 50 years. One of the most significant factors in this increase is the environment, manipulated with chemicals, toxins and compounds that influence systemic...

Alzheimer’s disease Latest Research

The race continues to find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease. Based on historical data it is highly unlikely that a cure will come from a pill.  Like most chronic conditions, lifestyle and food choices have been found to be the best solution; Alzheimer’s is no different. At the Alzheimer’s Association...

Do You Know how to use Your Cell Phone?

You may think the title a silly question, but your cell/smart phone is a miniature computer emitting a powerful pulse enabling you to communicate around the world. Cell phones remind me of the 1960s cartoon series, The Jetsons. Futuristic George Jetson commutes in his flying machine that collapses into a...

Digging your grave with your fork…

My brother told me he thought cottage cheese makes people fat. I said, “What? Why?”  He responded that the only people he ever sees eating it were fat. Ponder these questions: Why do we have a nation of obese people despite eating non-fat and low fat foods? Have you wondered why people continue...

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