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  1. Sitting At Home Increases Heart Risk (But Sitting In The Office Doesn't)

    Bryan Hubbard
    July 12 2019

    When it comes to sitting, the many ways we do it aren't equal. Although sitting around has been...
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    Re: Why Facts Don’t Change Our Minds

    I found this out for myself years ago. I used to think if I presented the facts it would change someone's mind. How wrong I was! But I still feel tempted sometimes and fall into the trap of...
  3. Re: Baking Soda Can Eliminate 'Up To 96% Of Pesticides'

    I tried a couple of pasta sauces once. They were too sweet, so must have had added sugar. Not nice. I'll continue to make my own as it really is easy.
  4. Re: 10 Best Nootropics Ingredients: A Review Of What Actually Works

    Islander, what is 'Sleepytime' tea? The melatonin and L-theanine didn't help with insomnia - I'll try anything at this stage!
  5. International Study Confirms LDL Cholesterol Doesn't Predict Heart Disease Risk

    Sayer Ji
    July 6 2019

    A recent international study published in the highest ranking cardiovascular journal in the world confirms what we’ve been saying at GreenMedInfo for over a decade: LDL ...
  6. 10 Best Nootropics Ingredients: A Review Of What Actually Works

    Joe Leech
    June 22 2019

    Nootropics, also known as “smart drugs” or “cognitive enhancers” are taken to improve brain function.
    They are becoming increasingly popular, and a growing number of ...
  7. Re: Baking Soda Can Eliminate 'Up To 96% Of Pesticides'

    Mr Wiz, I doubt you could do any harm, however much you use. You could rinse it off after soaking if you feel concerned.

    From the first article: "Time and again it has been proved that in India majority of health related issues are because of hygiene related issues like poor sanitation or poor drinking water". My...
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    Re: Is Stevia Safe or Healthy?

    I use Sweetleaf Whole Leaf concentrate. It's a brown, sticky liquid processed with water rather than alcohol, that has less of the odd taste than others. It is slightly less sweet than the...
  10. Re: FDA Just Approved the World’s Most Expensive Drug

    "Pay-over-time"? How will that help anyone on a low income? Or even a middle income? It would take more than a lifetime.
  11. Spike In Autism May Be Linked To Preservative In Processed Foods

    Robert Glatter
    June 28 2019

    Researchers from the University of Central Florida (UCF) just announced intriguing findings which describe cellular changes that develop when neuronal stem cells are...
  12. Baking Soda Can Eliminate 'Up To 96% Of Pesticides'

    Get Holistic Health
    July 10 2019

    Researchers have found that baking soda can successfully eliminate up to 96% of pesticides from vegetables and fruits.
    In fact, studies have shown that baking...
  13. Dairy Protects Against Heart Disease - Unless You're A Woman

    Bryan Hubbard
    July 8 2019

    Dairy protects against heart disease and its precursor, type 2 diabetes—but that's only true for men, a new study claims.
    Despite ...
  14. Re: Judge rules against Trump on drug pricing disclosures

    What convoluted thinking - my brain hurt, reading through that! Alice in Wonderland comes to mind.
  15. Cannabis Derivative Is Beating The Superbugs

    Bryan Hubbard
    July 5 2019

    The benefits of cannabidiol—a derivative of cannabis and hemp plants—just keep getting better. It's been used to treat epilepsy and pain, and researchers have just...
  16. Re: France Moves To Stops Reimbursing Homeopathy

    Australia recently dropped several alternative health treatments from Medicare. There is a war going on in western countries to totally undermine natural medicine, and it's scary.
  17. Sesame Seed Oil Found To Treat One Of Chemotherapies Nastiest Side Effects

    Sayer Ji
    July 1 2019

    Chemotherapy often involves the injection of highly cytotoxic agents. As a result, veins can undergo great damage, inflammation, and pain. But nature has one remedy -- ...
  18. France Moves To Stops Reimbursing Homeopathy

    Alison Hird
    July 2 2019

    France’s health watchdog has recommended that homeopathic medicines should no longer be paid for by the country’s health system because there is insufficient evidence to...
  19. Re: Why Walnut Resembles The Brain It Nourishes

    You are right Mr Wiz. I've always been fascinated by the Doctrine of Signatures. Now science is showing it wasn't a crazy idea.
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    Re: Islander's big adventure

    Sorry to hear about your casualties Islander. I hope things are getting straightened out now.
  21. Why Walnut Resembles The Brain It Nourishes

    Sayer Ji
    July 4 2019

    Nothing could be more beautiful or poetic than when a healing food actually looks like the organ system it nourishes and heals in the body.

    While commonly viewed as...
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    Carcinogens Found In Heart Drug

    June 27 2019

    More evidence that the drug approval process is completely broken.
    A pharmacy recently alerted the FDA to the presence of a cancer-causing chemical in the popular ...
  23. Re: The Vitamin A Paradox: Too Much Or Too Little Of A Good Thing?

    What dose vitamin A do you take Mr Wiz, and how often? I remember to take it around once a week (100 00 IU) as I was concerned about overdose. I also take the other vitamins - D, K and E.
  24. The Vitamin A Paradox: Too Much Or Too Little Of A Good Thing?

    Rob Verkerk
    July 3 2019

    Vitamin A is an essential vitamin, yet the public is assaulted with more information about its potential harms than its amazing benefits. Even nutritionists are...
  25. Fat - Probably The Least Understood Endocrine Organ

    ANH International
    July 3 2019

    More than just energy storage, body fat is a highly complex and essential part of being healthy

    Fats have been touted as the bad boys on the nutritional block...
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