Two Major Legal Victories in Federal Court Case to End Water Fluoridation

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May 22, 2018 | 13,052 Views

They've tried everything to ensure the wool stays firmly pulled over your eyes, including dismissing the case, prohibiting the release of internal EPA documents and limiting evidence - here's an overview of their shameless attempts to deceive you.

How Farmed and Frankenfish Salmon Endanger Our Most Perfect Food

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May 22, 2018 | 3,261 Views

Genetically engineered salmon modified to grow at an unnaturally fast speed, and farmed salmon raised in highly polluting ocean pens, are turning salmon - a healthy food source valued for centuries - into nutrition and environmental disasters. What should you look for to avoid frankenfish and choose real salmon instead?

Stomach Band Claimed to Resolve Obesity

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May 22, 2018 | 3,429 Views

With rates of obesity at epidemic levels, some are resorting to bariatric surgery as a solution. Far from being a cure, this invasive procedure carries a risk of significant complications and death. A true cure is out there, however, and it doesn’t involve stapling or banding your stomach.

What Is Camu Camu Good For?

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May 21, 2018 | 106,502 Views

Hailed for its ability to ameliorate ailments including cold sores, herpes, shingles, colds and flu - it also assists with wound healing, reducing plaque buildup in your brain, repairing bones and teeth, and helping absorb iron. Yet odds are you've never heard of it.

Why Are Walnuts and Seaweed Good for Your Gut?

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May 21, 2018 | 18,659 Views

Researchers from two notable stateside universities have called out walnuts and seaweed as beneficial to your gut. The scientists working with a compound from the sea vegetable nori suggest they may one day be able to therapeutically manipulate and improve human gut bacteria. These studies underscore the importance of maintaining a healthy gut microbiome.

Eggs Are Good for Your Cholesterol

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May 21, 2018 | 17,480 Views

If you haven't read the newest research on cholesterol, get ready for a major paradigm shift: The belief that eggs are 'bad for your cholesterol' is a myth. In fact, eating eggs doesn't negatively impact your cholesterol at all, but they do offer crucial nutrients, including choline, and can even help you stay trim.

Weekly Health Quiz: Herbicides, EMFs and Creativity

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May 21, 2018 | 5,286 Views

Take this week's quiz to see how well you remember what you read on Mercola.com last week.

Update on the Movement Against Water Fluoridation

Update on the Movement Against Water Fluoridation

May 20, 2018 | 96,009 Views

And it's not just the brain - it also makes your bones more prone to fracture, and means 58 percent of children now suffer from this nasty problem. The worst part is it's almost impossible to avoid, and that's why this historical lawsuit is so critical to your health.

Make This Flavorful Butternut Squash 'Risotto' for Your Next Meal

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May 20, 2018 | 18,626 Views

Are you craving risotto? Try this no-grain, Paleo twist on the traditional Italian dish - it uses cauliflower rice and is loaded with nutritious ingredients you'll definitely benefit from.

Important Facts on Depression: Types, Symptoms and Treatment

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May 20, 2018 | 76,501 Views

If you're losing interest in enjoyable activities, suffer from a constant feeling of hopelessness and have thoughts about self-harm - could it be that you're among the millions suffering from this mental condition? It's not something that should be ignored. Be informed and learn how to spot the signs.

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