The healing protein: Addressing thyroid problems with collagen

Collagen is the most abundant protein in your body. It’s one of the building blocks of the skin, bones and muscles and supports the structure of the organs and arteries. Best known for its skincare and fitness benefits, collagen may also help treat thyroid problems. Collagen for thyroid problems The thyroid gland is a small organ that regulates metabolism — … Continue reading The healing protein: Addressing thyroid problems with collagen

10 Reasons to avoid fluoride, a toxic chemical

Many people assume that fluoride is a relatively harmless mineral. If authorities intentionally put it in water supplies around the country, how bad can it be? The truth is that fluoride damages health in many ways. As the chemical ion of the reactive element fluorine, fluoride can be found naturally in certain foods as well … Continue reading 10 Reasons to avoid fluoride, a toxic chemical

Sources and Uses for Iodine / Iodine to Rescue

Anyone who tells you to stay away from iodine is a medical idiot. Actually that statement does not cover the story of medical cruelty and the pharmaceutical terrorism that is centered on iodine phobia that is rampant in the medical world today. One of my neighbors, who has cancer, recently visited the Gerson Clinic in … Continue reading Sources and Uses for Iodine / Iodine to Rescue

6 Health benefits of seaweed, an underwater superfood

Seaweed, or sea vegetables, are an extremely versatile and popular superfood. They’re used to wrap sushi rolls, are used as a main ingredient in many soups and stews and are a common ingredient in many dietary supplements. Many around the world love to eat them because of their taste, their versatility and because of the variety of … Continue reading 6 Health benefits of seaweed, an underwater superfood

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

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

Eat more zucchini: 10 health benefits offered by this nutrient-rich vegetable

A type of summer squash and a member of the gourd family, zucchini originates in Central America but can now be found around the world. A good rule of thumb when picking zucchini is that the darker the fruit, the more nutrients it contains. Zucchini has plenty of dietary fiber and water, but not a single ounce of fat. … Continue reading Eat more zucchini: 10 health benefits offered by this nutrient-rich vegetable

Discover the benefits of biotin, a little known B-vitamin that can give you that natural, healthy look

If your hair is dry and brittle or if your skin is red and itchy, you may have a biotin deficiency. But what is the B-vitamin called biotin and why is it good for your hair and skin? Biotin is also called vitamin B7. As a water-soluble B-vitamin, biotin doesn’t get stored in fat tissues. Additionally, water-soluble vitamins are quickly … Continue reading Discover the benefits of biotin, a little known B-vitamin that can give you that natural, healthy look

Selenium Benefits, Foods, & Deficiency: All You Need to Know

Source: Selenium Benefits, Foods, & Deficiency: All You Need to Know by Dr. Edward Group Selenium (Se) is a trace mineral that supports your body in many ways. It contributes to reproductive health,[1] thyroid health,[2] and helps reduce DNA damage due to its antioxidant nature in certain forms.[3] Nuts, seeds, beans, and some vegetables are rich in selenium, but … Continue reading Selenium Benefits, Foods, & Deficiency: All You Need to Know

Low Body Temperature Symptoms and Causes – And How to Treat It

Temperature is an indicator of the amount of heat contained in a system and in the human body our temperature is an extension of basic body metabolism and a host of other factors. Heat is a form of energy and every reaction in a human body occurs at a certain energy or temperature level thus … Continue reading Low Body Temperature Symptoms and Causes – And How to Treat It