Vitamins and Minerals – Are They Necessary? Part 2

Over the last century the depletion of soil nutrients has led to severe nutrient poor food. Unless one has a known food source grown in good soil it has become necessary to take quality whole food supplements if we are to regain and maintain good health. Vitamins and Minerals - Are They Necessary? Part 2 … Continue reading Vitamins and Minerals – Are They Necessary? Part 2

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Vitamins and Minerals-Are They Necessary? Part 1

Over the last century the depletion of soil nutrients has led to severe nutrient poor food. Unless one has a known food source grown in good soil it has become necessary to take quality whole food supplements if we are to regain and maintain good health. Vitamins and Minerals-Are They Necessary? Part 1 1:11:38 min … Continue reading Vitamins and Minerals-Are They Necessary? Part 1

Salt That Kills, Salt That Heals

This broadcast draws a comparison between table salt and quality Himalayan sea salt. Many people believe there is no difference yet a long study by a German physician and a physicist demonstrated many significant health benefits for numerous illness when consuming the sea salt. As there are various brands available the specific Himalayan used in … Continue reading Salt That Kills, Salt That Heals

The Mineral Power for Your Body’s Electrical Supply | Stephanie Seneff

We know that water conducts electricity in our bodies. But would you like to see how? What if you learned about a little something extra that could add a lot more zap to your zip? Dr. Seneff has all the data that you need. A committed voice for sanity in science, Dr. Seneff has authored … Continue reading The Mineral Power for Your Body’s Electrical Supply | Stephanie Seneff

Diabetes and Iodine

Doctors who prescribe high dose iodine therapy for other diseases such as breast cancer, are finding that iodine can lower insulin and oral anti-diabetic drug requirements in their diabetic patients, sometimes to the point of their not needing any anti-diabetic medication at all. Iodine is needed for proper glucose metabolism and for preventing the cardiovascular … Continue reading Diabetes and Iodine

Leading Medical Journal Wants GMO Labeling

Source: Leading Medical Journal Wants GMO Labeling by Dr. Edward Group  The topic of GMO labeling is hot right now and both sides are passionate. Should foods in the United States require GMO labeling, following suit of many other countries throughout the world? If there's nothing to hide, then why not label foods? The argument is that GMO … Continue reading Leading Medical Journal Wants GMO Labeling

What Exactly Are Lectins? The Best & Worst Lectin Sources

Source: What Exactly Are Lectins? The Best & Worst Lectin Sources by Dr. Jonathan Group You may have heard of gluten — and the dietary problems it causes — but have you heard of lectin? Known as an "antinutrient," lectin is a type of plant-based protein commonly found in seeds, grains, legumes, and tubers, like potatoes. As an antinutrient, … Continue reading What Exactly Are Lectins? The Best & Worst Lectin Sources

11 Coffee Alternatives to Help You Kick the Habit

Source: 11 Coffee Alternatives to Help You Kick the Habit by Dr. Edward Group   A cup of joe is a key part of many people's morning routine. Coffee isn't just aromatic and delicious — it promotes alertness and focus, suppresses appetite, and even aids with digestion.[1] Coffee acts as a stimulant, which means that it can increase your blood … Continue reading 11 Coffee Alternatives to Help You Kick the Habit

A Fatty Diet May Affect Behavior Across Generations Through Epigenetic Mechanisms

Having a high-fat diet (HFD) is not only linked to obesity but also to an increased risk of developing heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and certain mental health disorders. With obesity levels on the rise, it’s critical that we know more about how a HFD affects the body and find ways for early prevention. In … Continue reading A Fatty Diet May Affect Behavior Across Generations Through Epigenetic Mechanisms

Omega-7 Fatty Acids: Benefits of a Lesser-Known Omega Fatty Acid

Source: Omega-7 Fatty Acids: Benefits of a Lesser-Known Omega Fatty Acid by Dr. Edward Group  Fats often get a bad rap, but the truth is, your body needs healthy fats for energy production, nutrient absorption, and overall cell health. Along with carbohydrates and protein, fats provide energy, maintain brain and heart health, and even help reduce inflammation in the … Continue reading Omega-7 Fatty Acids: Benefits of a Lesser-Known Omega Fatty Acid