Toxins

Why You Need Vitamin Supplements

…energy factories in our cells. Our mitochondria are being decimated by all of the invisible toxins in our environment, including pesticides, insecticides, EMFs, and hundreds of other chemicals. These toxins are bringing on a whole new host of mitochondrial diseases, such as Parkinson’s disease, chronic…

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How Dangerous is Your Bathroom?

…Truth of Toxins In, Toxins Out” also has a companion informational Web site. Both are part of the Story of Stuff Project. I love the creative minds at work! After a presentation on the story behind cosmetics, we are all urged to be wary that our own bathroom may be a minefield of toxins. Some of the…

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Peripheral Artery Disease 101

…yet, the toxins themselves have a vasoconstricting effect of their own—so you’re hit with a triple whammy of sorts. And as you would imagine, the more toxins that accumulate, the worse the condition gets and the more difficult it becomes to walk. The solution is to help remove the toxins. To do this…

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Plaque Buildup and Peripheral Artery Disease

…blood vessels. Worse yet, the toxins themselves have a vasoconstricting effect of their own—so you’re hit with a triple whammy of sorts. And as you would imagine, the more toxins that accumulate, the worse the condition gets. The solution is to help remove the toxins. To do this, I suggest taking…

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Is Red Meat Safe?

…imbalance that’s leading to the build-up of harmful levels of TMAO. Instead, Eat Red Meat that is Toxin-Free I recommend eating range-fed buffalo, a red meat that contains none of the above environmental toxins. However, moderation is key when eating any range-fed meat. A 3.5 ounce serving every other day…

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How To Beat Poor Blood Circulation

…by-products, which become increasingly toxic because of the poor blood circulation. The solution to poor blood circulation is to help remove the toxins. To do this, I suggest taking glycine propionyl-L-carnitine (GPLC), a recently developed form of L-carnitine that can help improve poor blood circulation…

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Books on Reversing and Preventing Heart Disease

…to environmental toxins. He empowers us to take charge of our own health—looking at illness not as an obstacle, but a “blessing” placed in our path for a reason. De Wet gives many creative ways to overcome those obstacles to healing, as well as practical ways to avoid toxins in our environment…

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Treating Your Feet Can Help Your Heart

…electronic charge to create a high energy complex in the water. Proponents claim that the color changes noted in the water colors represent different toxins being drawn out of the body through the feet—toxins coming from the liver, lymph glands, joints, fatty tissue, etc. Now, while it’s true that the…

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Drinking Cold Water With Meals? Think Again.

toxins that develop as the byproducts of poor digestion and metabolism). According to Ayurveda experts, cold drinks extinguish agni and promote ama. Sipping hot water, on the other hand, improves digestion and appears to help keep open the countless channels throughout the body where ama (the toxins)…

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Are Airport Security Scanners Safe?

…are some tips for removing RF’s from your body: * Drink a detoxifying juice to help your body purge itself of stored toxins. * Take a sea salt and soda bath to neutralize toxins. Draw a tub full of medium-hot water and add 2 cups each of baking soda and sea salt. Soak for about 20 minutes, or until…

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Why a Raw Food Diet is Better Than an Antacid

…* Fructo-oligosaccharides fertilize healthy bacteria like Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus, and neutralize toxin-producing bad bacteria. Toxins in the bowel are the cause of 80–90 percent of all illnesses. Juicing is also another good way to take in enzymes that support digestion…

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Pregnancy and Radiation Exposure—An Important Warning

…radiation (EMR)”. Most conscientious moms-to-be are careful to avoid exposure to alcohol, smoking, fresh water fish, chemicals and other environmental toxins. But, expectant parents may be totally unaware that wireless radiation can cause damage to cells and DNA, even at low levels. And a mother’s body…

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Beware of Dry Cleaning Chemicals on Your Clothes

…place” free of chemical exposure every day—keeping harmful chemicals out of our homes can be challenging. Dry cleaning chemicals are one of the toxins my wife Jan and I have been actively battling for years. We’ve done our best to reduce our trips to the dry cleaners by wearing all-cotton, clothing…

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Signs and Symptoms of Coronary Artery Disease

…age-related degenerative diseases. Free radicals are generated by smoking, high sugar intake, excessive physical or emotional stress, heavy metal toxins, radiation, trans fats and some drugs. Poor bioenergetics. Bioenergetics refers to the ability of cells to generate and use energy, and it often falters…

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8 Health-Boosting Secrets From My Life

…house, and I try to use it at least once a week. I’ve also made sure the house is outfitted with water, air, and shower filters to remove as many toxins as possible. 8. Relax and enjoy life! I practice prayer, reading, meditation, Thai yoga therapy, listening to soft classical music, fly fishing, walking…

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Chicken Soup for the Lungs—A Natural Cold & Flu Treatment

…can contribute to difficulty in breathing and sleepless nights. You don’t hear much about bronchospasms, but our constant exposure to airborne toxins and particles make them a real health challenge. Mucus—Both a Blessing and a Curse for Your Lungs The lungs produce mucus as a protective agent.…

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Fight Heart Risk Factors With Nutraceutical Support

…not substitutes for a proper diet, but even the rare American who eats a balanced diet does not get the amount of nutritionals needed to combat the toxins and heart risk factors that threaten his/her health. This is why it’s critical that you take a quality multivitamin/mineral supplement with antioxidants…

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Low Cholesterol Levels Can Hurt Your Immune System

…That’s because blood lipids, including cholesterol, play a key role in the body’s defense system by binding and inactivating microbes and their toxins. Numerous Studies Have Shown a Cholesterol-Immune System Connection * In 1997, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Clinical…

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Secondhand Smoke Hurts Your Pets

…leukemia, more breathing problems like asthma, and higher rates of oral cancers (when cats lick their smoke-laden fur, grooming themselves delivers toxins to the mouth). Dogs cohabitating with smokers are at risk for lung and nasal cancers. Short-nosed dogs, like boxers, face higher chances of developing…

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