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Why You May Be Drinking Teflon Chemical-Poisoned Water Even If It's Filtered

October 1, 2016 | 19,887 Views

A whopping 16.5 million Americans have detectable levels of PFAS in their water, especially in these 13 states. Linked to obesity, thyroid disease, hormonal problems, impaired immune function, high cholesterol and even some cancers, PFASs are tough to filter out. How to effectively remove up to 90 percent of these chemicals.

14 Practical Reasons to Stock a Bottle of Castor Oil at Home

October 1, 2016 | 9,929 Views

It's not the best-tasting concoction in your medicine cabinet, but castor oil surely packs a punch when it comes to its healing benefits. Discover how you can effectively use this versatile oil at home, plus important cautions to remember before proceeding with this holistic therapy.

Are Casein Supplements a Wise Health Investment?

September 30, 2016 | 89,275 Views

The other main protein in raw milk, besides whey, is one that falls into the 'gray' category. Is it beneficial or harmful to your health? Depending on the quality of the source and your health goals, it can help maintain your muscles in a healthy anabolic mode while you sleep or it may cause indigestion and contribute to colon cancer.

Basic BOSU Squats May Change the Way You See Squats

September 30, 2016 | 27,195 Views

Squats engage and strengthen your legs and hips. With one simple change you may achieve greater balance, more core strength and greater flexibility. However, avoid these two common mistakes to prevent knee or lower back pain.

Anxiety and Panic Attacks Becoming More Prevalent

September 29, 2016 | 189,618 Views

Affects 40 million Americans and more than 50 percent of college students. And no, it's not drugs. But doctors are quick to prescribe highly addictive drugs for it. Instead, treat it with these relatively unknown 'survival tips.' They work great, and won't kill you in the process.

Best Foods for Boosting Brain Power

September 29, 2016 | 64,468 Views

Did you know you may reduce your potential for dementia and improve your cognitive functioning by adding certain foods to your daily diet? Research has demonstrated amazing changes to your brain when you make small changes to your food choices.

GABA for Sleep

September 29, 2016 | 44,667 Views

The neurotransmitter gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) inhibits your central nervous system for a calming effect. People with insomnia may have up to 30 percent lower GABA levels than people who sleep well. Certain foods and lifestyle habits may help you increase your levels naturally.

Unearthed Correspondence Reveals How Sugar Industry Manipulated Nutritional Science for Decades

September 28, 2016 | 181,782 Views

Despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, these industry con men are out to deceive you that this is a healthy food. All while it magnifies your heart attack risk, boosts heart disease in your children and grandchildren, and fattens you. Do you still believe this disproven myth? Best ditch it today.

Your Dust Is Probably Quite Toxic

September 28, 2016 | 37,217 Views

You may consider these specks in your home more of a nuisance than a danger, and may be surprised to learn they may carry 45 different toxic chemicals, endangering you and your children every day. There are several strategies you can use to reduce your risk.

Contact Lenses May Lead to Serious Eye Infections If Not Used Properly

September 28, 2016 | 20,031 Views

Contact lenses are worn by 41 million people in the US and 99 percent have said they commonly do at least one thing that raises their risk of infection, eye damage or loss of their eyesight. Do you know what precautions to take?

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