Fertility

Pregnancy and Radiation Exposure—An Important Warning

…unaware that wireless radiation can cause damage to cells and DNA, even at low levels. And a mother’s body may not offer enough of a shield. Even fertility itself can be affected by radiation exposure. But, unfortunately many of the expectant mothers and fathers I’ve spoken to are completely unaware…

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The Health Benefits of Drinking Coffee

…caffeine-free products. Other Important Factors To Keep in Mind * Opt for organic coffee to limit your exposure to pesticides, insecticides and fertilizers. * Avoid milkshake-type designer coffees, (like lattes), which are rich in sugar and calories. * Sidestep artificial coffee creamers that are high…

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The Problem With Nutrient-Poor Fruits and Veggies

…fruits and vegetables due to the depletion of minerals in our soil. Commercial farming practices, which include replenishing the soil with synthetic fertilizers, have drained the soil of essential elements. The result is nutrient-poor fruit and vegetable crops that are significantly less nutritious. Conventionally…

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Eating Organic: Don’t be Fooled by the Media Frenzy

…this latest research analysis. The fact is organic foods that meet the US Department of Agriculture standards are pesticide-free, antibiotic-free, fertilizer-free, hormone-free, and contamination-free. And the primary reason I follow and recommend an organic diet is because our planet is inundated and…

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Weed Killer and Pet Death

…And I was convinced our dear pet developed that cancer because she was running around our lawn after regularly scheduled seasonal applications of fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides. She frolicked. She rolled on her back. Occasionally, she’d nibble the grass ingesting the weed killer for lawns. I…

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Why a Raw Food Diet is Better Than an Antacid

…proteins, phytonutrients, and enzymes. * Cilantro has been known to chelate mercury, thus reducing stress on vital organs. * Fructo-oligosaccharides fertilize healthy bacteria like Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus, and neutralize toxin-producing bad bacteria. Toxins in the bowel are…

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The 14 Most Dangerous Toxins to the Heart

…risk of hormone-sensitive cancers such as breast, uterine, or prostate cancer. Common sources of xenoestrogens include pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, polycarbonate plastic bottles (including those used for drinking water), and food containers. Do not microwave any food with wrapping or containers…

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