Ruthenium is a hard, metallic, chemical element that is commonly found as a rare earth metal. Ruthenium’s atomic number is 44 and its atomic weight is 101.07. It is greyish-white in color and a member of the platinum family. At only about 0.0004 parts per million, ruthenium is one of the rarest elements in the earth’s … Continue reading What Is Ruthenium and Why Is it Important to You?
A few weeks ago, I posted a video on our blog about a new documentary coming out called Mercury Undercover. This new documentary will discuss the dirty truth about mercury, the dangers it poses to your health and how the people in power want nothing more than to “protect” you from the real truth about Mercury. Well, I … Continue reading VIDEO: Dr. Group Speaks About Mercury Amalgam Fillings
Chelation Therapy is a safe, effective and relatively inexpensive treatment to restore blood flow in victims of atherosclerosis without surgery. Chelation Therapy involves the intravenous infusion of a prescription medicine called Ethylene Diamine Tetra-Acetic Acid (EDTA), plus vitamins and minerals at therapeutic dosages. EDTA chelation infusions are administered by slow drip, circulating through the blood stream treating the entire … Continue reading What is EDTA Chelation Therapy?
We all want to stay healthy, but sometimes we forget it’s not just our bodies we need to maintain. Our mind is an integral element in our physical and mental well being, and without it, we wouldn’t be able to function. Keeping your faculties in check is essential for maintaining a sense of emotional strength and … Continue reading 6 Ways to Boost Brain Health
We need iron to live. Without it, our red blood cells wouldn’t be able to carry oxygen through our blood. Iron plays essential roles in energy metabolism, hormone synthesis, growth, development, brain function, immune activity, and cellular function.[1, 2] However, you only need trace amounts of this important nutrient to maintain proper iron balance. Excess iron intake can quickly … Continue reading Iron Toxicity: All You Need to Know About Iron Overdose
Aluminum is a toxic metal so pervasive in our environment that it’s practically impossible to avoid. It’s present in water, soil, food, cookware, and food packaging. Even items like conventional antiperspirants and antacids, products used by millions every day, contain aluminum. Aluminum has been linked to neurological conditions like Alzheimer’s disease and some research has even linked it … Continue reading 4 Ways to Detoxify Aluminum From Your Life
Keeping your body clean on the inside is one of the best things you can do to stay healthy and, as such, many people regularly perform colon cleansing and liver cleansing routines. Harmful organism cleanses and toxic metal cleanses are also common, beneficial, and recommended. But did you know there are measures you can take to keep your … Continue reading 6 Tips for Keeping Your Lungs Clean
One way to benefit your body in several ways is to detox with Zeolites. Zeolites are naturally occurring minerals, typically found in rocks and clay. Cultures around the world have consumed clay for health purposes prior to the rise of industrialized civilization and many animal species consume earth minerals as well. Zeolites have a number … Continue reading Detoxing with Zeolites
Lead paint in buildings. Lead paint on toys. Lead paint is almost everywhere. Just ask a parent. Now, according to the results of a new study published by Children’s Hospital Boston and the Harvard School of Public Health, there may now be additional cause for concern . Following a number of reported lead-poisoning cases in children … Continue reading Study: Indian Spices Linked to Lead Poisoning
What is Sporopollenin? The outer walls of spores and pollen grains is tough and, chemically, very stable. This causes it to be well preserved in sediments and soils. One of the most significant compounds of the cell wall is a substance known as Sporopollenin. The exact chemical composition of sporopollenin is of significant interest. The … Continue reading Health Benefits of Sporopollenin