As if a global pandemic weren’t enough, now it’s allergy season in the northern hemisphere, a time of watery eyes, running noses and overstimulated immune systems. Although treatments for seasonal allergies have come a long way and more people are discovering the benefits of locally sourced honey and pollen, for many of us the choice…
For Tiffany Nevils, no specific incident created the tipping point. Although she loved her wine, she never hit rock bottom with alcohol; decades of eating food that erred on the side of convenience rather than nutrition had added extra pounds, but not so many that the situation felt irreversible. Nevertheless, she says, “One day I…
A new year has just kicked off and odds are, you or someone you know is participating in Dry January. The trend, initiated in Great Britain by a group called Alcohol Concern in 2013
“The American people – even before they are born – are bombarded continually with myriad combinations of these dangerous exposures.”
If you are like the 45 million people in the U.S. who go on a diet every year, spending an estimated $33 billion on weight loss products, odds are you’ve tried and failed to lose weight.
“Glyphosate, a widely popular herbicide that has been linked to cancer by the World Health Organization’s, was detected in 85 percent of cotton hygiene products.
Nature consistently provides a solution to a problem if one does the work to look for it. When it comes to the removal of environmental toxins and heavy metals a class of volcanic minerals has been proven to eliminate toxins better than any other method.
“We are all exposed to many different harmful chemicals on a daily basis. This is why I’m going to tell you about five common household items that you need to get rid of to improve your health…”
Unfortunately it is very common to find toxins in our food nowadays. This article talks about glyphosate found in cereals that we feed our kids and ourselves daily. Learn more about it, so you can make better choices.
When news of the water crisis in Flint, Michigan broke, people around the world – especially parents – were horrified. Over 100,000 people had been exposed to high levels of lead in their drinking water, a particularly dangerous situation for young…