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Posted Thu, Jun 01, 2023
As the warmer months approach, make sure you are ready to properly protect your family’s and your skin from the sun.
Posted Wed, May 24, 2023
Last January, Consumer Reports urged several chocolate producers to reduce the amount of lead and cadmium found in their dark chocolate products.
Posted Wed, May 17, 2023
All sugars are harmful for us, especially when eaten in excess. We always recommend reduction of sugar intake as far as you possibly can.
Posted Wed, May 10, 2023
It always seems worth repeating – supplements are not all created equal! A recent study published by
Posted Thu, May 04, 2023
Are you using Arm & Hammer Clean Burst, Tide Original, Arm & Hammer Sensitive Skin Free & Clear, or Gain Original + Aroma Boost?
Posted Thu, Apr 20, 2023
Medscape reported in January 2023 that a meta-analysis of sperm count in men on six continents shows an alarming decline
Posted Thu, Apr 06, 2023
During the 2000’s, colorectal cancer declined among people aged 50 and older largely due to an increase in cancer screenings.
Posted Wed, Mar 22, 2023
In mid-February, we shared our concerns about making “food” using cultured animal cells. And April 2022 we wrote about plant-based “meats”.
Posted Thu, Mar 16, 2023
You may have seen several news stories recently about Erythritol, the zero-calorie sweetener, being found in a study to be “linked to increased cardiovascular risk”.
Posted Wed, Mar 08, 2023
A group of engineers from the University of Colorado Boulder used laser lights to expose the otherwise invisible spray that is sent into the air by flushing a toilet
Posted Wed, Feb 22, 2023
Coffee lovers and connoisseurs abound thanks to Starbucks and other similar West coast chains making coffee a work of art.
Posted Wed, Feb 15, 2023
A concerning emerging area of food science, supported and encouraged by the Federal Department of Agriculture (FDA) is making food, for human consumption, from cultured animal cells.
Posted Thu, Jan 19, 2023
You may be old enough to remember when it was common to have smoking sections on planes and in restaurants,
Posted Wed, Jan 11, 2023
Breathing has enormous, life-giving power and perhaps we take it for granted or don’t think about it much.
Posted Wed, Jan 04, 2023
Mistletoe (aka Viscum Album) is the most studied plant used for alternative and complementary cancer therapies. It’s been used in Germany for over 100 years.
Posted Thu, Dec 15, 2022
According to the Associated Press, researchers are looking for volunteers, age 5 and above, in the United States and Europe to test a potential Lyme vaccine
Posted Wed, Dec 07, 2022
Often people are puzzled why their LDL cholesterol and total cholesterol remain high, which is normally accompanied by inflammation.
Posted Thu, Nov 10, 2022
As we move into the cold and flu season, take precautions now to protect yourself and your family from infections.
Posted Wed, Nov 02, 2022
Last week, I drove by an Arby’s fast food chain where the sign read “Try Arby’s New Wagyu
Posted Wed, Oct 19, 2022
Rapamycin, also known as Sirolimus, is a prescription drug derived from a bacterial species found on Easter Island decades ago.
Posted Wed, Oct 12, 2022
Vitamin D is essential for good health. This fat soluble vitamin has anti-depressant effects, increases calcium absorption in the GI tract, enhances immune function, has anti-cancer effects, and is anti-inflammatory.
Posted Wed, Oct 05, 2022
We can search for anything on the world wide web these days.
Posted Wed, Sep 28, 2022
Witch Hazel is a native North American shrub that has powerful medicinal properties and a wide variety of uses.
Posted Thu, Sep 22, 2022
One might expect that in the most remote places in the world, the rainwater would be pure and safe to drink.
Posted Wed, Sep 14, 2022
In Functional Medicine we take an individual and multi-faceted approach to resolving iron deficiency.
Posted Wed, Sep 07, 2022
Iron deficiency is quite common and can be caused by many factors.
Posted Wed, Aug 31, 2022
About 70% of the iron in our body is located in red blood cells where it forms hemoglobin. We must have sufficient stores of iron in order to make new red blood cells, and also replicate DNA for cellular repair.
Posted Wed, Aug 24, 2022
I had been vaping 2 pods a day for seven years and ONDAMED helped me quit in two days.
Posted Wed, Jul 27, 2022
Easy Avocado Hummus – This is a very simple, quick and delightful change up, especially for the bean or seed sensitive!
Posted Thu, Jul 21, 2022
Salt is a flavor most of us really enjoy. Salt is life-giving. Every cell in your body relies on it for regulation of body fluids, bone density, blood sugar stabilization, good circulation and muscle and nerve function.
Posted Wed, Jul 13, 2022
Inflammation lies at the root of most disease pathways, pain, and other symptoms. Reducing inflammation is mission critical to feeling better and avoiding many lifestyle diseases of our day.
Posted Thu, Jul 07, 2022
There was a time in history when this conversation was unnecessary, and wheat (our primary source of gluten) would have been included in a healthy
Posted Thu, Jun 23, 2022
When you use a good quality olive oil for cooking, it’s not doing for you nutritionally what you expected it to do.
Posted Wed, Jun 15, 2022
There’s trouble with seafood. Our oceans are not as pristine as they used to be.
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