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Evidence of Harm Winner of the 2006 Investigative Reporters and Editors Award by David Kirby (A brief introduction) Does mercury in vaccines cause autism in children? A definitive answer has so far proven elusive.

In the August 2, 1998, New York Times Magazine, reporter Sheryl Gay Stolberg described the world’s first case of vancomycin intermediate-resistant staphylococcus, or VISA, which appeared in New York in March 1998. “In recent years,” wrote Stolberg, “it has become fashionable in the media to warn of the exotic new infectious diseases percolating in otherRead More

The drug industry is in the business of identifying a disease and then creating a compound which will alleviate or stop the disease. They make their money by patenting their new compound and then selling it for a high price. A patent will typically last for 20 years giving the developing company a protected futureRead More

I read articles frequently about  innovations and health discoveries that can improve or strengthen your bones.  Osteoporosis is a huge topic given the number of baby boomers in our population and it is an important one if we want to stay vital into old age.  Our bones give strength and structure to us and allow the daily activityRead More

Insomnia is nearly twice as common in women than in men, and women are more likely than men to report insomnia to their healthcare professional. A woman’s sleep is uniquely influenced by menstrual cycle, biological life stage, stress level, health, mood, parental status, work hours and other life responsibilities. Source: National Sleep Foundation Oh! WhatRead More

I am frequently asked to describe the difference between our Ionic minerals and other forms of minerals such as Trace, Colloidal, Angstrom, Fulvic, Humic, and Chelated. These descriptions represent everything from their charged state, source, size, or carrier. It is important to first understand the definition of mineral.

If You Are Feeling Sh---y,  Think of Your Colon! As a society we are obsessed with cleanliness.  We sanitize and deodorize our houses, cars and ourselves. We are developing vaccines for every possible perceived threat. We buy anti-bacterial soap for our homes and we even carry it with us in our cars.  Many foodRead More

Consider the following dietary sources of calcium: * 1 cup milk 300 mg * 1 cup calcium fortified orange juice300 mg * 1 cup low fat yogurt345-400 mg * 1 ounce cheddar cheese has about 204 mg * 1 cup cottage cheese300 mg * ½ cup cooked beans45-113 mg * ½ cup cooked spinach115 mgRead More

The current Newsweek magazine reads “Brain Freeze, how the deluge of information paralyzes our ability to make good decisions.” This is the kind of everyday stress that is fast becoming the norm. The article was referring to the craze of twittering but could just as well be applied to most facets of life in theRead More

When people think of fluoride being prescribed for medicinal purposes, they generally think of fluoride supplementation to reduce tooth decay. Fluoride, however, has also been prescribed as a drug to reduce the activity of the thyroid gland.

There are so many uses for Silica that are practical over and above the stated uses for tissue repair and joint health. There was an article in one of the newsletters I get that divulged many uses for toothpaste that went beyond tooth brushing. As I started reading it occurred to me that many ofRead More

Eidon Bone Support is the only comprehensive bone support supplement available today that uses Silica as its base.  This formula’s primary function is to maintain proper collagen levels in the bones and supporting tissues followed by providing what we feel are the most important supporting minerals for bone, cartilage, tendon and ligament health.  Eidon BoneRead More

Approximately 15 years ago I had a general physical, a part of which was a blood test that measured T3 and T4 thyroid hormones. The result showed that I was low in the production of these hormones. This was diagnosed as a failure of my thyroid to operate effectively. The traditional solution for this problemRead More

Dental Mercury Ban Pending Rose Marie Williams, MA 156 Sparkling Ridge Road New Paltz, NY 12561 Tel. 845.255.0836 fax 845.255.5101 Email; jwill52739@aol.com History Silver; mercury amalgam was first introduced to American dentists in 1830 by the Cracour Brothers of London. They falsely claimed to be dentists and quickly become rich selling mercury ladenRead More

Collagen supplementation is all the rage today.  Virtually all collagen supplements today are derived from animal by-products such as skin, bone, and cartilage. The most common tissue is cartilage and skin from cows.  When consumed as a supplement, collagen is digested in the body and broken down into its primary constituents to be utilized within the body for numerous purposes.  This animal collagen is comprised of complex sugars and the element Silica.  What is important to understand is that the body does not take this collagen and automatically utilize it in its whole state to rebuild lost collagen.  We must rebuild our own collagen matrix using the raw materials we obtain in our food, water, and supplements. The most important element necessary for rebuilding our own collagen is Silica.  Silica catalyzes the Glycosaminoglycan enzyme in our tissues-which then creates collagen.   So, when you consume an animal derived collagen complex, your body digests and then uses the Silica and complex sugars to make its own collagen matrix.  The question is what did the cow use to make its own collagen?  Cows eat grass.  Grass contains complex sugars and essential minerals-including a generous amount of Silica. An excellent way to get what the cow ate is via greens, including the essential grasses.  The best way to know you are getting adequate Silica is through supplementation of pure Silica as is found in our Silica supplement and other blends such as our Joint Support, Bone Support and Multiple Mineral.  These products deliver the raw materials for our body to make its own collagen, as is how it should occur in nature. So the question boils down to what is the best approach.  My preference is Eidon Silica, as no digestion is required and you are getting the element most responsible for human collagen production in a very bioavailable format.

Imbalances in the bloodstream are not caused by excessive or insufficient intakes of calcium, but rather the malfunction of one or more specific regulatory organs. This list includes: Thyroid – Secretion of calcitonin lowers the levels of calcium and phosphate in the blood and promotes the formation of bone by inhibiting osteoclasts (the cells that decreaseRead More

Laurie David is an environmentalist, producer and the author of The Family Dinner: Great Ways to Connect with Your. Kids, One Meal at a Time.

Cleansing the inside of our bodies is actually more crucial to our health than cleansing the outside. We remain a germ phobic society with our anti-bacterial soap and travel size sanitizers to make sure we are squeaky clean.

Last week in Southern California and parts of Baja electrical power was terminated for up to 12 hours in certain areas. Power went off in our building with no warning. We immediately assumed it was a simple glitch or someone hitting a power grid in the area. This happened about 3:45pm, so it was closeRead More

Iodine is a necessary component of thyroid health. Deficiency in this mineral is widespread today for a number of reasons.  Our natural reserves are being used to shield the body from the deleterious effects of mercury, lead, bromides, cadmium and fluoride leaving the thyroid gland vulnerable to radioactive iodine 131.  Making sure we have adequate amountsRead More

Honeybees are Modern-day Canaries in the Coal Mines Throughout the history of mankind, mining for metal ores has played an important role in our development, as it is the processing of these metal ores into useful items that has allowed us to develop as a society called the human race.  Funny, it is these sameRead More

I was reading an advertisement for a supplement the other day and the last thing they mentioned about the product was that it was patented.  Suddenly, this struck me as quite odd.  Why does any nutritional supplement need to be patented?  There are 2 reasons why this may seem to be an advantageous thing toRead More

Iodine Supplementation Due to the earthquake disaster in Japan and the associated damage to one or more nuclear reactors, awareness for the need for iodine as thyroid protection is widespread on all news media. Eidon manufactures a liquid iodine supplement perfectly suited for protection of not only the thyroid, but also the tissues of theRead More

Healthy bones and teeth is the first association that comes to mind when we speak of calcium. This myth of high calcium intake for strong teeth and bones has been engraved into our minds since we were toddlers and constantly reminded, “drink your milk!” The fact is, when we were children, and for many yearsRead More

This mask is a gentle exfoliator, an effective detoxifier and a superb moisturizer. Be aware that you will feel a tingle and this is the activation process of the properties that are doing their job.

Anti-Aging seems to be the hot topic of the day that is selling magazines and expensive remedies and enticing a desperate public of aging baby boomers with a promise of a return to youth.

Did you know that there are at least 300 different human enzymes that rely on zinc in parts of their composition and function? Many people notice zinc on ingredient labels but have no clue just how important this substance is for their general health and wellbeing. Unfortunately, our bodies do not naturally produce zinc and very few of us actually get a sufficient amount of zinc through our normal diet. Our bodies also cannot store it. For this reason, it is important to consider taking a daily dose of an ionic liquid zinc supplement to ensure that our health is optimal at all times.

Modern medicine has come a long way in treating infections caused by pathogenic bacteria.  The use of antibiotics has saved many people who have been exposed, either internally or externally, to opportunistic and sometimes deadly pathogens that are a part of the natural system of life on this planet. But, are these wonder drugs called antibiotics really the panacea we have been led to believe they are?

The other day I received an inquiry from a young woman named Sandra asking how much iodine she should be taking to make a small lump in her breast go away.  In fact, the dis-ease of cancer or just tumor growth involves much more than just increasing ones intake of iodine.  First and formost, oneRead More

The Eidon Perspective by Rick Wagner We are now being inundated by the media with dire predictions of mass sickness and death from the Asian Avian Flu (also known as Bird Flu). If we follow the “experts” advice we must all go out and get the flu vaccine to protect ourselves from certain death. Unfortunately,Read More

Today, the World Health Organization (WHO), wielded their influential might in creating fear in the populace again that there are now numerous new strains of bacteria which have been able to mutate around even our most effective antibiotics.  New antibiotic resistant strains of bacteria, which cause diseases such as tuberculosis, malaria, gonorrhea and shigella, areRead More

I recently traveled out of the country and spent time in a remote area of an island in Greece. When I packed for my trip I brought my minerals and my food based multiple vitamins, some arnica and grape fruit seed extract. I thought I was covered because basically I am a healthy woman. MyRead More

Sometimes I think knowing too much is a detriment.  A case in point is being caught away from home when the hunger pangs strike.  Where is it safe to eat out anymore?  This is especially true if you are not familiar with the territory as happens to me when I travel, as I do withRead More

Acne and Rosacea Most young women and men will have at least a few pimples over the course of their lives. But acne seems to affect men and women in different ways. Young men are more likely to have a more serious form of acne. Acne in young women tends to be more random andRead More

You think you are giving yourself or your family a safe nutritious treat by packing trail mix with dried cranberries into lunches or for snacks, but you are actually consuming a host of dangerous poisons. This is just one more example of how much life is changing, and in this case in the wrong direction. IRead More

At lunch today I was listening to a Whitney Houston song “I’ll always love you” when it dawned on me that she died of a drug overdose. When you look at many of the pop star deaths over the last 50 years, many of them were caused by pharmaceutical drug overdoses. Not once have IRead More

Swine Flu: Welcome to Big Brother Welcome to the world of manipulation, mind control, and mis-information. Not here on this website, but rather in mainstream media. I was going to devote this newsletter to the topic of sunshine and how our sunblock is a perfect fit for it. Instead, I find myself so absolutely confoundedRead More

Our New Soap Discovery!  I don’t know about you, but I have found it very difficult to find high quality soap to use on a daily basis. Large scale producers most often do not use good quality ingredients and usually put in artificial fragrances, which I personally find offensive. I had been using a FrenchRead More

A few days ago I was walking around my neighborhood and I strolled by iTAN.  The allure was too much to resist.  I don’t have the time to go to the beach for a golden tan and I feel strongly that the vitamin D benefit of the tanning beds could be advantageous.  The picture ofRead More

Yesterday, while at the bank, I asked the teller how she was feeling as she was obviously under the weather. The conversation quickly led to a discussion of other issues and she said she had recently been diagnosed with osteopenia and very low vitamin D levels. She was quite proud to tell me that sheRead More

Can my body make its own minerals? When we are born our body has a balance of minerals but they come from our mother. Our body is not capable of making its own minerals. We naturally rely on food and water to supply these necessary nutrients but over the decades food and water have becomeRead More

Clarification about the current situation with radioactivity from Japan’s reactors and possibility of radiation poisoning is an issue we are not getting consistent honest feedback about in the mainstream media. But if you think about it, the reasoning will be obvious as it is being dealt with in the same manner as any information thatRead More

Silica's importance in overall optimal bodily function has been recognized for quite some time. As early as 1878, Louis Pasteur predicted that silica would be found to be an important therapeutic substance for many diseases and would play a significant role in human health and consequently nutrition. Silica Research During the 20th century, progress wasRead More

All essential minerals are provided by dietary seaweeds. No land plant even remotely approaches seaweeds as sources of metabolically-required minerals (See Bergner1997). Seaweeds can provide minerals often absent from freshwater and food crops grown on mineral-depleted soils. In addition to eating seaweeds regularly, those gardening for food can use copious amounts of seaweeds for mulch andRead More

One drop of our Iodine Concentrate contains 75% of the US RDA. However, Iodine has been maligned in mainstream medicine over the last 100 years to the degree that the current suggested RDA will barely keep a Goiter at bay. According to the latest research, the RDA of 150 micrograms is woefully inadequate. Doses ofRead More

Many of us are at a point of saturation with the pace of life in general. Everything is speeding up from the traffic on the freeways to the action in movies. We are expected to stay calm when our adrenals are in overdrive trying to accomplish more in less time. I think those of usRead More

My first experience with Zinc was in the 1990’s when after a week of being sick with the flu, I woke up feeling OK, but I had completely lost my sense of taste and smell.  To describe the sensation, everything tasted or smelled BROWN.  I know that is weird, but it was how I reacted.  A good friend and surfing buddy suggested I might have a brain tumor, which I quickly discounted.  That being said, I had no clue as to the cause.  One day I was talking to my mom about it asking her if she had ever experienced such a thing.  Her answer was no, but within a few weeks, I got an article from her that she had cut out of a Parade magazine that came with the Sunday edition of the Los Angeles Times.

Your hair can reveal a great deal more than just your preferred style. Many people don’t realize quite how absorbent their hair is and as well as taking on water when wet, our hair also absorbs chemicals and toxins that we are exposed to. For example, hair can be used to identify drug use or alcohol consumption. However, your hair can also reveal important information about your health. This includes some genetic disorders and whether you have or are at risk of developing health problems. These can be determined using a test known as a hair mineral analysis. 

How Safe is High Fructose Corn Syrup? by Dr. James Howenstine, M.D. (Reprinted here with written permission.) High fructose corn syrup came into widespread use as a sugar substitute in the 1970’s because of its lower price. By 1990 the quantity of fructose consumed had gone up ten fold. This is now present in candy,Read More

Vitamin E Study Misleads Consumers Vitamin E Meta-analysis Misleads Consumers The following release is made by the ANH in the wake of a raft of negative publicity on Vitamin E following the meta-analysis released by Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. Cautious interpretation is essential The meta-analysis to be published next January in the Annals of InternalRead More

Bone Support and Osteoporosis Osteoporosis is not a lack of calcium or vitamin D. Contrary to popular belief, calcium is replete in our food supply and our bodies make vitamin D. There is now research which shows that excess calcium intake may even increase bone loss. Bone is about 20% calcium and 80% collagen withRead More

Skin brushing is a facet of health that takes only about 5 minutes of your time and returns benefits a hundred fold. We take the time to brush our teeth without recognizing that our teeth and gums are not the only parts of our body that need attention to daily brushing. Skin brushing has beenRead More

What is the Cause and Cure for Type 2 Diabetes? by Dr. James Howenstine, M.D. (Posted on this site with written permission.) An epidemic of diabetes is sweeping over the United States. One of the puzzling aspects of this problem is that conventional medicine seems to have no ideas about what is causing this problemRead More

How important is zinc in controlling body odor? If you research this topic you will learn that zinc deficiency is a possible culprit in that annoying underarm issue we all face from time to time. The answer for most people with offensive body odor is to run to the nearest store and purchase an anti-perspirant.Read More

When reading this list, please keep in mind that the safest option is to always consider organically grown fruits and veggies first. The following are fruits and veggies that will be the highest in toxic sprays and fertilizers: 1. Apples 2. Celery 3. Strawberries 4. Peaches 5. Spinach 6. Nectarines 7. Grapes 8. Sweet BellRead More

It seems more unbelievable each time I read the latest information about the drugging of Americans. The prevailing subterfuge on the part of big pharma is alarming. Are we such an apathetic society that we no longer take personal responsibility for the quality of our lives? Have we become so blind to the fact thatRead More

Aspirin is a white crystalline powder with a melting point of 135°C. The common chemical name for aspirin is acetylsalicylic acid. Its systematic name is 2-(acetyloxy) benzoic acid. This is the information according to Wikipedia and does accurately describe the ACTIVE ingredient in a bottle of Bayer aspirin. What I learned recently when I wentRead More

Magnesium is a mineral that is finally getting the recognition it deserves, albeit slowly. We, in the business of minerals, respect the multiple functions that they serve in the human body. We know the validity of the health enhancing, restorative results that supplementing with our minerals can achieve; and have access to research that substantiateRead More

According to EWG’s (Environmental Working Guide’s) Meat Eater’s Guide to Climate Change + Health, if everyone in the U.S. skipped eating meat and cheese just one day a week for a year, it would be like pulling 7.6 million cars off the road. At the same time, people — especially kids — would be lessRead More

The other evening I decided to take a long deserved walk after dinner. I took one of my favorite routes for one exception. At one point, instead of my normal route, I went the opposite direction around a specific block I have walked for years. Granted, it was at night and there were Christmas lightsRead More

Some articles read more like fantasy or fiction than reality. I just read something about a new concept in perfume that defines that idea of ‘far out’ enough to make you wonder. A new perfume company has an angle based on the premise of Eat Right for your Blood Type. Now you can smell rightRead More

Studies show that the positive effects of smiling occur whether or not the smile is genuine. In fact, the simple gesture of putting a smile on you face can create a happier feeling for you and others around you. Even if you did not mean it when you did it, the simple intention of itRead More

When I see an article like the one below to me it reads like a script from a Conspiracy Theory movie. The egregious conduct of Monsanto and all involved with furthering the greed motivated poisoning and take over of our food supply boggles the mind. I saw the evil potential of Monsanto decades ago andRead More

We know vinegar has been around for thousands of years and there is documentation of its uses since the beginning of written history. In ancient Greece, around 400 BC, Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, prescribed apple cider vinegar mixed with honey for a variety of ills, including coughs and colds. It is even mentionedRead More

How Liquid Minerals Compare to Pill or Capsule Form What are water-soluble liquid minerals? Water-soluble minerals are unique from other mineral supplements because they utilize a new proprietary scientific technology that transforms insoluble minerals (metals) into angstrom-sized water-soluble particles. An angstrom is 1/10,000th of a micron, which is a millionth of a meter. Previously, onlyRead More

There is much confusion and contention around the issue of organic vs. inorganic minerals and the efficacious application of one over the other. There is a lot of information and there are a lot of opinions circulating as to the best sources of dietary minerals, pitting plant sourced (organic) against rock sourced (inorganic). Since opinionsRead More

I can always tell when my neighbor is doing laundry by the heavy perfume smell that wafts in my window.  This offensive smell is on the dryer sheets that are tossed in with the wet clothes and then heated to permeate the load of laundry.  Why? We have been duped into thinking that this isRead More

Based on logic and available research, I believe the seaweeds of the planet’s oceans are the most complete food on earth. Seaweeds contain a well-balanced mineral, vitamin, complex sugar and healthy fatty acid content. Given that the ocean is the birthplace of life as we know it, and the exposure to the mineral nutrient solutionRead More

Dangerous Levels of Arsenic Found in Non-Organic Chicken Consumers Beware: Dangerous Levels of Arsenic Found in Non-Organic Chicken From: Institute for Agriculture; Trade Policy PRESS RELEASE April 5, 2006 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press contact: Ben Lilliston (612) 870-3416 or email: blilliston@iatp.org Arsenic Widespread in Chicken, Testing Finds Avoidable arsenic commonly added to chicken feed;Read More

74th Congress 2nd Session: Verbatim Unabridged extracts. Our physical well-being is more directly dependent upon the minerals we take into our systems than upon calories or vitamins, or upon the precise proportions of starch, protein or carbohydrates we consume.” “Do you know that most of us today are suffering from certain dangerous diet deficiencies whichRead More

Excerpted (with written permission) from: Staying Healthy with Nutrition: The Complete Guide to Diet and Nutritional Medicine Silicon is another mineral that is not commonly written about as an essential nutrient. It is present in the soil and is actually the most abundant mineral in the earth’s crust, as carbon is the most abundant inRead More

We’ve come to know that the physical body is not solid matter but rather is composed of particles or even waves, depending upon how the physicist/observer assesses it. Dawson Church, Ph.D., in his book The Genie in Your Genes, asserts the remarkable view, supported by research findings, that the body is an electromagnetic semiconductor. “TheRead More

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are made by forcing genes from a different species into the genetic structure or DNA of a food crop or animal in order to introduce a new trait.  The genetic material may come from bacteria, viruses, animals or humans. To this date there have been no long term animal studies and we mayRead More

Strong Bones or Osteoporosis – Beware of Too Much Calcium The Key Roles of Silica, Magnesium & Other Nutrients by Earl Staelin Well Being Journal Vol. 15, No. 2, March/April 2006 (Reprinted here with permission from The Well Being Journal) Americans have been taught that they need lots of calcium, especially post-menopausal women who frequently developRead More

Throw those high dose calcium supplements in the trash. I suggest trash rather than toilet because we don’t want all that calcium in the water supply and that is where it will end up like so many unwanted prescription drugs and other harmful toxins. For years doctors have been telling women to take high dosesRead More

I read an article in the newspaper the other day and I started to laugh though the article was not meant to be humorous. “Why are so many people fat?” was the opening sentence and a valid question given the state of prevailing corpulence in our society. The article in question stated 10 reasons forRead More

The nonprofit Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition reports that 70 percent of the heavy metals in U.S. landfills are from discarded electronics—even though the e-waste itself accounts for only two percent of the trash by volume. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reports that Americans trash two million tons of unwanted electronics each year—six times the amountRead More

Bees are well known for their true sense of unity, of community, and of working together for the greatest good. What an example for mankind. The honey they produce has amazing health benefits. However, it is important to recognize that not just any old honey on the shelf qualifies as healthy honey. The benefits comeRead More

Seaweeds offer a wide range of therapeutic possibilities both internally and externally. The term Seaweeds in this case refers only to macrophytic marine algae, both wild and cultivated, growing in saltwater. Botanically, seaweeds are classified as Green, Brown, or Red. A particular seaweed’s placement in one of these groups is determined first by its photosynthetic pigments, thenRead More

The Irony of the New Universal Waste Disposal Laws A few weeks ago I read an article outlining the new disposal laws for mercury waste. I applaud California for taking a firm stance on the handling of such a toxic element. At the same time I was once again informed by the news that myRead More

Many factors lay the unhealthy groundwork for candidiasis. These factors include stress, poor diet, a suppressed or compromised immune system, toxicity and the extended use of anti-biotics, alcohol, steroids and birth control pills. Each of these factors can produce an imbalance of microorganisms in the intestinal tract by killing the “good bacteria” and leaving anRead More

Celebrate Earth Day Veggie Style; and Choose Organic Since the first Earth Day in 1970 people around the world have sought to celebrate the planet through a variety of individual and community activities. But Earth Day is about more than observing the beauty and vitality of nature; it is also about renewing your commitment toRead More

Weight Loss Tips: How to Eat as Much as You Want, Whenever You Want Why are sweets so hard to resist? What most of us may not realize is that sugar is addictive and the more we eat it, the more we crave it! The end result is a flawed insulin response that causes muchRead More

RDA: Recommended Daily Allowances The RDA (Recommended Daily Dietary Allowances) is an estimate established by the National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences for nutritional needs necessary for prevention of nutrient depletion in healthy people. RDAs do not take into account altered requirements due to sickness, injury, physical or mental stress, use ofRead More

Here’s a quick and easy way that you can test for Candida right at home: Pour water in a clear glass at night before bedtime and set it on your bed stand. First thing in the morning, work up some saliva and spit it into the glass of water. Check every 15 minutes for 1Read More

Low Cholesterol Increases Cancer and Death Risk by Byron Richards (NaturalNews) In a major shot fired across the bow of the statin marketing machine, the levels of LDL cholesterol that are the artificial targets of “health” promoted by the American Heart Association (AHA) are now found to be associated with a significant increased risk ofRead More

An outbreak of influenza A (H5N1), also known as avian flu or bird flu, has been reported in several countries throughout Asia. Cases of avian influenza A (H5N1) in birds have been confirmed in Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Pakistan, South Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam. Human cases of avian influenza have been reportedRead More

Rick Wagner's Healthy Green Smoothie In a Vita-Mix or other efficient food blender combine the following organic foods after washing them thoroughly: 2 cups of water ½ lemon without skins ½ orange without skins ½ apple with skin and core 1 inch of cucumber with skin.

Is a Vaccine for AIDS at Hand? Last week amid great scientific pronouncements, it was announced that a just concluded study on a new AIDS vaccine had demonstrated a positive effect on lowering the risk of contacting aids. In fact, the vaccine cut the risk of contacting AIDS by 31.2%. Now this sounds pretty goodRead More

Have you ever thought about what is on the soles of your shoes after a day out in the world? Recently, my vacuum expired so I have been sweeping the dust and dirt from my floors and started observing the amount that accumulates in one day. This stimulated research on just what (beyond the obvious)Read More

Statement by Dr. Hardy Limeback This statement was sent to the UK's South Central Strategic Health Authority (SHA) who will decide whether to fluoridate the Southampton area later this month (26 February). I am the Head of Preventive Dentistry at the University of Toronto in Toronto Canada, a professor with a PhD in Biochemistry andRead More

Today, when someone mentions Lithium, most adults associate it with the concept of bi-polar and other mental disorders.

Heart related malfunctioning, defined as disease by our medical establishment, is one of the leading causes of debilitation and death in this country. The most accused villain of heart problems is fat, especially cholesterol. While clogged arteries does occur frequently with heart issues, I believe it is not the root cause, but rather the endRead More

Iron is a mineral that is absolutely vital for our health and wellbeing. Primarily, iron plays a crucial role in the proper function of hemoglobin, a protein that is needed to transport oxygen around our body in our blood.

One thing we can be very sure of in life, besides death and taxes, is change! It is happening all around us and it is happening to us, regardless of our feelings about it. Change is the nature of all life. It is easier to be aware of the changes that are overtly affecting usRead More

Today, there is a lot of information being disseminated regarding the poor quality of our water supplies around the country and what we need to do to make sure we are getting good clean water in our daily diet. One thing for sure, there are many things in our water that are detrimental or at least not healthful.  Two that are routinely added to our water supply today are chlorine and fluoride.  While the chlorine is important for keeping microbial growth down to acceptable levels the amount we end up ingesting can create unacceptable body tissue chloride levels.  The fluoride is, in my estimation, completely unnecessary and should be removed completely.

Current Supplement Industry Status The current status of the nutritional supplement industry is, from my perspective, one of disarray, as is the case with the medical profession.  Literally, every drug and supplement is designed to treat a symptom.  Normally when you go to see a doctor, it is to get assistance in correcting a problem. Read More

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