We all know heavy metals are toxic. Nobody intentionally puts more lead or arsenic or mercury into their body.
The reality is that our environment is increasingly polluted and toxic.
Toxic metals seep into the water supply, which is then used to grow our food. Plants and animals take up the metals, which then move through the food chain into our bodies.
A diagnosis of dementia is one of the most heartbreaking and terrifying diagnoses a person can face.
Walking away from the doctor’s office after “the bad news” you are numb. In your mind, you gaze, dumbfounded with shock, through an imaginary telescope to a future where you no longer recognize longer yourself.
It may come as a surprise, but parasites are a disturbingly common un-diagnosed problem in the United States...
We all know B vitamins are important, but how many of us really know why? Or what they even do?
We’re going to take a deep dive into this famous class of vitamins to get a deeper look at the differences between them, what they really do for us, and where you can look for richer dietary sources...
Acidity and pH can be a confusing topic in health. There’s generally a consensus that an “alkaline environment” is optimal for health, but for many people who pay attention to their health, this only creates more questions.
If our bodies only function within a very narrow pH range, how is it even possible to have an acidic pH in the body?...
There are few antioxidants with as broad a spread of benefits as alpha lipoic acid (ALA). Its usage ranges from increasing athletic performance to managing diabetes to even mitigating the damaging effects of Alzheimer’s disease.
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It was 1997 and natural dentistry was still in its infancy. Information about the dangers of mercury amalgams was just beginning to become known in the wider culture – although an ignored but highly vocal few have been sounding the alarm for decades.
Jumping on the cultural trend, many dentists began naively offering to remove silver amalgams without proper training or protection.
I had a lot riding on the next few months with a ton to do to get ready for the season. Tearing my Achilles was seriously not helping at all. I was effectively homeless, the van was unlivable, and I wasn’t going to be able to do any skills clinics or guided rides on which my income had become dependent...