Diet – eating better, feeling better

Diet – eating better, feeling better

Diet – the Next Step In the previous article, “Diet: sickness, fatigue, and depression,” we talked about the increased amount of sugar in your diet and the pervasive impact of excess sugar on your health. Nutritionist Mary Carmody says clients have had their lives dramatically improved by reducing their consumption of fructose-laden processed products. “I had…

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Thyroid imbalance- are you affected?

Thyroid imbalance- are you affected?

How do you feel after a full night’s sleep? Does fatigue drag you down day after day? Or, are you experiencing a racy feeling and higher than usual level of anxiety or nervousness throughout the day? Do you have restless nights or problems getting to sleep? If you do, this suggests a thyroid imbalance. About…

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EMFs- what can be done?

EMFs- what can be done?

Why do “heavy metals” worsen the effect of external EMFs? Researchers have discovered that microorganisms tend to take hold in body areas harbouring the highest toxic metal load. Due to environmental exposure, diet, lifestyle, and existing genetic conditions, on average we are accumulating more metals in our bodies than ever before. In a health context,…

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EMFs – what’s the harm?

EMFs – what’s the harm?

You will have heard about EMFs and the dangers of smartphones and other wireless devices. It’s likely you dismissed them. You and everyone else you know uses a smartphone. You’re OK, as far as you know, and everyone else is also. No problem… or is it? A weakness of arguments about how given products are…

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Migraines and Copper Toxicity

Migraines and Copper Toxicity

Those who suffer from migraines are only too familiar with throbbing temples, aching eyes, and even nausea, vomiting, and a hypersensitivity to light. At times, they can experience a pressure so intense that it feels like their head is about to explode. In the United States, more than 37 million people suffer from migraines while…

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Toxicity Q&As – A reality check

Toxicity Q&As – A reality check

There are two kinds of toxins: internally-sourced (endogenous) and externally-sourced (exogenous). Internal or endogenous, toxins are byproducts from bodily functions such as metabolism, examples of which are uric acid, urea, and carbon dioxide. The digestive process is a typical source of excess acidity as a result of an acidic diet. External, or exogenous, toxins enter…

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Eliminate toxicity, eliminate lymphedema

Eliminate toxicity, eliminate lymphedema

Edema, “oedema”, or “dropsy” as it was once known, is an excess of fluid in cells, tissues, or organs and is clinically characterized by swelling. The progressive condition that causes this swelling is referred to as “lymphedema”. Lymphedema is a condition that occurs when the lymphatic transport system can no longer handle the amount of…

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