Titanium Dioxide Safety

After a review of hundreds of scientific studies, it is reported in a recent publication that titanium dioxide, an additive found in over 3,000 processed foods, can cause DNA damage and cell mutations. This report is from… continue reading »

Detox Body Odor

Body odor results from staph bacteria buildup on the skin activated by sweating, one of the body’s natural ways of regulating its temperature. Sweat is typically odorless unless combined with certain bacteria, causing an… continue reading »

Heart Disease Prevention

“Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the number one cause of death globally, taking an estimated 17.9 million lives each year. CVDs are a group of disorders of the heart and blood vessels and include coronary heart disease,… continue reading »

Herbs in the Bible

For centuries, cultures have relied on herbs to meet their healthcare needs. The global demand for herbal remedies is on the rise. In fact, it is estimated that herb sales gross about $50… continue reading »

Nutritious Wild Edibles – #2

There are hundreds of wild edibles safe for human use including leaves, roots, flowers, berries, and seeds. Wild edibles contain higher nutritional value compared to cultivated crops grown on over-used soil. Wild plants… continue reading »

H. Pylori Infection

An H. pylori bacterial infection is a major contributing factor to bad breath, especially when it is worse in the morning. Bacteria multiply in the stomach and duodenum (first part of the small… continue reading »

Lyme Alert

Lyme Disease is a bacterial infection (borrelia) that has reached epidemic proportions in the United States, especially the upper Midwest. This disease is transmitted through the bite of several kinds of ticks, including… continue reading »

What About Dollars?

Are US dollars safe to save? Since 1913, the dollar has lost over 96% of its value. That means today’s dollar would be worth less than four cents back in 1913. What happened… continue reading »

Water Testing

Thanks to modern chemistry, water testing can detect thousands of chemicals in water, even at very low concentrations. In areas where the earth is naturally rich in certain minerals like arsenic, levels in… continue reading »

Long-term Stress

The long-term effects of stress on one’s health are significant. Over seventy-five percent of visits to family doctors are prompted by stress-related symptoms. Stress is more than just a nuisance or something that… continue reading »

Good Relationship Energy

A good relationship is developed on the solid foundation of love, acceptance, and respect (honor). It is a person’s responsibility in developing good relationships to be in control of their own personal words… continue reading »

Annual Death Rates

The US jobs report for April 2020 brought sobering news: The country lost 20.6 million jobs resulting in an unemployment rate of 14.7%, a level not seen since the Depression in the 1930s…. continue reading »

Abortion Leading Cause of Death

It is the 48th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court ruling legalizing abortion of the unborn child. Since this 7-2 decision, the lives of over sixty-two million babies have been… continue reading »

What About 5G?

Since 2018, 5G has become a buzzword causing quite a bit of stir in the world. How did we get to this 5th generation of cell phones? In the early 1980s, cell phones… continue reading »

Change Your Mind; Change Your Life

Are you controlling your emotions, or are your emotions controlling you?  Some think that they can’t change because their DNA runs their life. But, epigenetics has proven differently. Epigenetics literally means “above” or… continue reading »