Sun exposure in the summer is not optional. It’s beneficial, supportive to proper body function and is often described as a way to recharge your body. Too much sun can cause a burn, however, with proper support, sun burns should be a thing of the past.
Sunscreen proves to be one of the least effective […]
Sending your child off to sleep-away-camp, going camping or traveling when a person has a problem with food ingredients is difficult but can be done. Food intolerances and allergies are not just on the rise, they are commonplace. When you place a large group of children together, safety is imperative, putting those with the most […]
One popular health food today, that nutritionally supersedes others, is the raw pastured yolk. It is frequently used in smoothies, eggnog, ice cream and many other popular treats, but knowing when to eat it raw is a different question.
Raw yolks are best sourced from a reliable farmer, or from your […]
Doctors Dietrich Klinghardt and Marco Ruggiero discovered a method of testing for Lyme that is proving to be more accurate than any other form of Lyme testing. The method, the Ruggiero-Klinghardt (RK) Protocol, uses a combination of electro-dominant screening consisting of Autonomic Response Testing (ART) with diagnostic ultrasonography and on application of therapeutic ultrasounds. The […]
Some families have the swanky perk of having a swimming pool in their backyard – and there are indeed alternatives to chlorine, which can be healthy and supportive to the body instead of damaging. “The eyes and skin are the organs that are more directly affected than the lungs by the irritants in chlorinated […]
“Lyme Disease is caused by a whole community of microbes which produce the structure for them to live,” Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride said at the Certified GAPS Practitioner Meeting (March 7, 2017. Vancouver, WA).
Antibiotic use, when bit by a tick, is often part of the process, but may not be the best solution. Truthfully, […]
Some say if you get bit by a tick, run, do not walk, to the doctor and convince them with all your might that you need antibiotics. Gut microbiome specialists, like Dr. Natasha McBride, say differently. The problem with antibiotics is we are antibiotic saturated in our environment today. Antibiotics wipe out […]
“If you have a yeast overgrowth, your body needs it for something. Yeast serves the body in many ways, protecting it from toxic metals and many other toxins. It is not ideal to have a yeast overgrowth, but if the body allows it to live in your body, the body needs it. Eating honey, […]
In the documentary The Root Cause, they uncover shocking information regarding root canals. The filmmaker himself suffered extreme illness due to his own toxic root canal and cavitation. He shows how the biggest toxic influence inside the body in a chronically ill person, as was in his case, is an infected root canal. A root […]
Clinical Oncology did a randomized clinical trial looking for a 5-year survival rate attributable solely to chemotherapy. The study analysed literature of studies and cancer clinics covering a 15-year span. They found, “The overall contribution of curative and adjuvant cytotoxic chemotherapy to 5-year survival in adults was estimated to be 2.3% in Australia […]
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