Why Detoxification is Critical for the Prevention and Treatment of Cancer

In our modern world we live amongst a sea of toxins in our air, water, food supply, and even in our homes. Hazardous chemicals are in household cleaning supplies and thousands of personal care products (including antiperspirant and mouthwash) with no label warnings whatsoever. Vaccinations often contain mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde, and other toxic substances. Prescription and over the counter drugs are in and of themselves toxic and often contain artificial chemical additives. Poisonous heavy metals from numerous environmental sources are […]

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How to Avoid the Most Regrettable Mistake Most Diabetics Make

Last week, i was in a drug store to buy some analgesic medication for the backache i have been experiencing over the past weeks. While at the store, i met a woman who was speaking with the pharmacist with tears filled eyes. So i stepped aside to give them some privacy by moving away until she had finished with the pharmacist. From what i later learnt, this woman who should be in her late 40s based on her looks was […]

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15 Ways To Keep Diabetes Under Control

Some of the best ways to keep diabetes under control include quitting smoking, regularly seeing a dietitian, checking your feet often, remaining active, maintaining your eye health, keeping track of your exercise, eating smaller meals more often, increasing your fiber intake, and many others. Diabetes represents a dramatic change in a person’s life and it requires constant diligence to maintain a high quality of life. It is entirely possible to do, but understanding what the disease can do, what you should […]

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Although diabetes medications may be effective in lowering blood sugar, most are no more than a Band-Aid therapy for type 2 diabetes. Diabetes medications lower glucose levels but do nothing to address the underlying condition. Plus, diabetes medications have serious side effects. DIABETES MEDICATIONS ARE DANGEROUS If you haven’t heard about the Action to Control Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes (ACCORD) study, let me tell you about it—because it sums up nicely just how dangerous many blood sugar–lowering diabetes medications are. […]

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Diet or Exercise: What’s Best for the Middle-Aged Heart

Study finds each effective, as long as healthy weight loss is the result… THURSDAY, Sept. 29, 2016 (Lifestyle Choices News) — If you’re a middle-aged couch potato in serious need of boosting your heart health, is it better to exercise or diet? New research says dieting, exercising or a combination of the two can all get the job done about equally well as long as you lose some weight. But the study authors added that exercising in tandem with dieting […]

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