Here’s why you need trace minerals to boost your overall well-being

The human body needs minerals to function properly. In fact, there are two types of minerals — macrominerals and trace minerals. The body needs macrominerals, such as calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, potassium and sulfur, in large amounts; hence the name. Although the body only needs a small amount of trace minerals, they still play a vital … Continue reading Here’s why you need trace minerals to boost your overall well-being

Treatment Recommendations For New Virus That Is Shutting Down Entire Cities

The Headlines read: China Quarantines a City of 11 Million Over Deadly New Virus. Little is known about the new virus, making it more challenging for authorities to figure out the appropriate action to take, experts say. Unfortunately, they will not take appropriate action because they refuse to look at the fundamental weakness of all … Continue reading Treatment Recommendations For New Virus That Is Shutting Down Entire Cities

Edible seaweed is packed with iodine for improved thyroid health

Seaweed is a type of alga that grows in the sea. Not only is it a food source for some forms of marine life, it also serves as a source of nutrition for humans. Seaweed is known for containing high amounts of iodine, an essential mineral used by the body to produce thyroid hormones. These … Continue reading Edible seaweed is packed with iodine for improved thyroid health

Iodine Deficiency is a Risk Factor for Breast Cancer

Natural Allopathic Medicine In Dr. Sherrill Sellman’s book, What Women Must Know To Protect Their Daughters From Breast Cancer, she says, “Breast cancer will always be a tragedy that befalls a woman. It tears at the very fabric of a woman’s life rippling out to touch all those in her word. The fears, uncertainties, and pain … Continue reading Iodine Deficiency is a Risk Factor for Breast Cancer

Iodine Book Review

Healing with Iodine: your missing link to better health (2018) by Dr. Mark Sircus, OMD, DM. One of the most startling facts that can be found in this book is that ninety percent (90%) of the population in the United States are deficient in iodine. When it comes to the world population, seventy-two percent (72%) are … Continue reading Iodine Book Review

Study: Bioavailability and effects of iodine intake through seaweeds in Arctic people

In this study, researchers from Denmark and Greenland measured the iodine content of dietary seaweeds in Greenland, estimated iodine absorption, and assessed the impact of dietary seaweeds on the iodine intake of Arctic people. The results of their study were published in the Journal of Medicinal Food. Dietary iodine is important for the maintenance of human … Continue reading Study: Bioavailability and effects of iodine intake through seaweeds in Arctic people

Treating wounds: How to recognize and prevent wound infection

Can you recognize a wound infection — and do you know how to prevent it? These tips can help you keep a wound from getting infected. When a disease-causing microbe grows within the injured skin, it may lead to an infection. The person may notice red streaks and increased heat on the skin around the wound. The … Continue reading Treating wounds: How to recognize and prevent wound infection

DIY medical tips: What are antiseptics and why do you need them?

Basic hygiene practices such as washing hands with soap and water are taught from childhood. On top of washing, many people also use antiseptics to better get rid of germs. Rubbing alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, and iodine are some common antiseptics found in most homes. (h/t to BeansBulletsBandagesAndYou.com) Which is which: antiseptics, disinfectants, and antibiotics Preventing infection … Continue reading DIY medical tips: What are antiseptics and why do you need them?

Sugar: Cheap, effective wound treatment with a long shelf life

Processed sugar is bad for the health when consumed in sugary foods or sweetened beverages. However, it can potentially save lives when applied to wounds as a disinfectant and healing ingredient. In ancient times, Egyptian healers used sugar to speed up the healing of injuries. During the Napoleonic wars, soldiers stuffed sugar into wounds inflicted by muskets until … Continue reading Sugar: Cheap, effective wound treatment with a long shelf life

Iodine Supplements: The Four Best Kinds to Use

Source: Iodine Supplements: The Four Best Kinds to Use by Dr. Edward Group Iodine is essential for a vibrant and radiant body. It’s important to the body in many ways, including supporting immune system function, metabolism, and even cardiovascular health.[1] Furthermore, it’s estimated that more than half of the U.S. population suffers from insufficient levels of … Continue reading Iodine Supplements: The Four Best Kinds to Use