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United States Is Turning Into a Factory Farm for China, With Devastating Environmental Consequences

December 6, 2016 | 12,239 Views

And even worse, US politicians are greasing the skids for this to happen. While a foreign country is rapidly buying up America's heartland as well as food producers, they are leaving behind polluted waterways, depleted water supplies and devastated soils, all for their own benefit. Have we become their personal factory farm?

This Is How Aspartame Causes Obesity

December 6, 2016 | 4,745 Views

Decades of studies have shown consuming the artificial sweetener aspartame is associated with weight gain, not loss. Now new research shows how this synthetic substance may promote obesity via a surprising mechanism in your gut.

Will the FTC End Homeopathy?

December 6, 2016 | 3,036 Views

The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is cracking down on homeopathy, a treatment many people depend on to safely support their health. As researchers are only beginning to unravel seemingly unusual, yet safe, modalities for healing, including homeopathy and the placebo effect, it's counterproductive to take increased enforcement measures against them.

How to Prevent Hearing Loss and Improve Your Hearing With Nutrition

December 5, 2016 | 122,916 Views

Hearing loss can mean lost freedoms and social withdrawal. But emerging studies show how to protect your hearing for a lifetime. One of which is the nutrient that boosts the special protein linking synapses in your inner ear to those in your brain - which also restored hearing in mice.

Quality Versus Quantity When It Comes to Healthy Carbs

December 5, 2016 | 35,734 Views

Most people think the key to weight control is willpower, but new research shows the hormone leptin, which is produced by your body's fat cells, is the culprit in the calorie-counting conundrum. High-carb foods can promote inflammatory microbiota, leptin resistance, metabolic syndrome and obesity, but not all carbs are created equal. Which ones are beneficial, and how much?

Insufficient Sun Exposure Is Declared a Public Health Emergency

December 5, 2016 | 19,916 Views

Many public health initiatives are aimed at reducing the top 10 leading causes of death in the US. However, you may be overlooking this one small change to your daily activities that may significantly reduce your risk and improve your overall health.

Master Manipulator: The Explosive True Story of Fraud, Embezzlement, and Government Betrayal at the CDC

December 4, 2016 | 171,490 Views

Instead, you need to watch out for yourself. Were these studies done properly using valid scientific criteria, you'd gain incredible insights. And you'd avoid this brain toxin like the plague. As it stands now, they have your doctor brainwashed to believe it's a godsend for your health.

How to Make Healthy Deviled Eggs? Add Guacamole and Turmeric

December 4, 2016 | 38,827 Views

This recipe, made by Paleohacks especially for Mercola.com, is a unique take on a time-honored dish that contains healthy fat, protein and antioxidants, making it the perfect appetizer for your next party.

Prescription for Change — How to End America's Opioid Addiction

December 3, 2016 | 203,696 Views

Shameful but true, doctors often dance around the truth. If you don't look out for yourself on this one, your doctor may lead you down a path you'll regret for life. And considering how often this kills within the first 2.5 years, it may be a shorter life than you intend. Buyer beware.

Prematurely Gray? This Is Probably Why

December 3, 2016 | 100,391 Views

Gray hair has been linked to aging ever since humans have lived long enough to experience it. Some people don't like it though, and want to turn back time somehow. New research suggests it may be possible. Graying hair could involve signaling proteins, or a shortage of color-producing melanocytes. Could certain foods help, too?

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