The Fluoride Deception Continues as US Government Ignores Fluoride’s Role as an Endocrine Disruptor

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The US government has lowered the recommended level of fluoride in water to a maximum of 0.7 mg/L, as the previous level of 0.7-1.2 mg/L resulted in 40 percent of teens showing signs of overexposure Continue reading

11 Amazing Health Benefits of Using Baking Soda

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Baking soda can be used to remove plaque and odors from your teeth and also promotes whitening

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Four steps to rid your body of fluoride’s negative effects

For years experts have been warning against the dangers of sodium fluoride, but that awareness has grown in recent years, as cities like Portland, Ore. have angered residents with plans to add fluoride, and voters in Wichita, Kan. voting against adding it to their water system for the third time in as many decades. Continue reading

Top 10 Ways to Dramatically Reduce your Daily Exposure to Cancer Causing Agents

While it’s impossible to avoid all of the toxins and cancer causing agents that surround you, there are some simple, yet effective steps you can take that will greatly decrease your exposure to toxic substances. Making these painless adjustments can lower your risk for just about every type of cancer along with a whole slew of other diseases. The key to this list is that each of the items exposes you to toxins or cancer causing agents on a daily, Continue reading

This Common Food Additive Could up Your Risk for Diabetes

There are many additives used in the foods you eat. All are supposed to be harmless and safe for human consumption. Today’s health news is about one so called “harmless” food additive: “carrageenan.” Carrageenan is used as a thickening agent. It is processed from seaweed or algae. Food manufacturers often laud the fact that carrageenan is vegetarian unlike another popular thickening agent — gelatin — that is extracted from animal bones.

Carrageenan is often added to milk products. It also crops up in wines and beers, sliced meats, and even toothpaste. But this additive has been shown in a recent clinical trial to cause problems with insulin levels and may up your risk for getting diabetes. Continue reading