Monthly Archives: September 2016

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Battling Age-Related Macular Degeneration with Foods and Nutrients

Bad news: More than 3 million more people will suffer from age-related macular degeneration in the next five years. Good news: The right diet can lower your risk.   Those who are aged 50 and above, vision loss may seem to be a normal occurrence and the culprit behind is age-related macular degeneration or AMD. […]

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Ways You Poison Yourself with Pop

You may deny it all you want, but at the back of your mind you know it. You are poisoning yourself with pop. And yet you probably do not want to stop. Well, let us convince you.   There are a number of studies that show what effects drinking soda has on both your teeth […]

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Zinc: What Is It Really For?

How do you feel today? Do you notice anything different, like your sudden lack of appetite? Do you feel like you have taken a ride on a time machine back to high school when your acne was at its worst? Do you notice there’s more than the usual amount of hair on your brush? How […]

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Plastic Could Be the Culprit behind Your Illness

Plastic is a daily part of life. In fact, it is so embedded in our lives that we rarely question where they come from. We just accept that they are here for our use and disposal. After all, plastic has been making our lives easier for decades now. We use plastic food containers, our babies […]

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Statins: Do Their Benefits Really Outweigh the Risks?

It appears like the chemical war against statin drugs is still raging – and it is no wonder, as a study uncovers statistical deception as well as more than 300 documented adverse effects in the biomedical literature buried deep and covered up.   If you come from a family with a history of heart disease, […]

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