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3 Ways To Recharge Your Defense System

Viruses that cause infections are smaller than bacteria. These viruses can pass through the smallest cellular filters of the body. We breathe in several hundred thousand viruses every minute. Viral infections

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10 Ways To Embrace Stress

Stress is something everyone experiences on a daily basis. Others, even, take stress to bed and sleep on it! Stress is difficult to define since it is different for each of us. It has been defined as,

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Chemicals That Disrupt Hormone Production

BPA (Bisphenol -A) is an industrial chemical that mimics estrogen & has been in use since the 1930’s. Your endocrine system is a collection of glands that produce hormones that regulate your body’s

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Is Your Body Too Acidic?

The body tends to become too acidic when it loses its alkaline reserve. Acidosis is a condition where there is too much acid in the body. The causes of acidosis include disorders of the liver, adrenal

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Improving Liver/Gallbladder Function

Your red blood cells have a lifespan of 120 days. When that time has elapsed they become fragile and rupture. A pigmented portion of the red blood cell breaks down into a yellow pigment called bilirubin

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Toxic Ingredients In Your Home To Be On The Lookout For

Many of us are now very aware of the chemicals that are put in our food products and do everything to avoid them! But did you know that our bathrooms are a minefield of toxins too? In fact, there are

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Improving Glutathione Levels

Glutathione is a part of a critical detoxifying and antioxidant enzyme system. It is regarded as the MASTER antioxidant in the body. It aids in protecting the liver from toxic damage (i.e. cigarette smoke,

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Natural Protection To Ultraviolet Light

Humans have been able to tolerate and greatly benefit from the suns light rays since the beginning. But we are continuing to lose our natural protection to ultraviolet light which increases the risk of

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Dietary Sources of Folic Acid

Folic acid is one of the most common vitamin deficiencies .Folic acid deficiency harms DNA metabolism which causes the abnormal development of cells with the highest rate of turnover (i.e., red blood cells,

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What’s Needed For A Healthy Intestinal Tract

Digestion is the breaking down of the food you eat into components that can be readily absorbed by the body. Amylase, lipase, pepsin, protease, bile acids, lactobacillus acidophilus, bifidobacterium bifidum,

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