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What’s In My Food

What’s In My Food

Food Additives are a common cause of food sensitivities and intolerances. Manufactured/processed foods commonly use food additives.  The purpose of these food additives is to: preserve, color/dye, flavor, improve food texture, provide longer shelf-life, enhance the...

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Heavy Metal Toxicity

Heavy Metal Toxicity

Exposure to toxic metal compounds are linked to cancer, developmental disorders, and other health problems and diseases. These compounds are in the air, water, toys, electronics, jewelry, and many other products. Metals and all the other toxic exposures can trigger...

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Plastics: Identifying Harm in the Household

Plastics: Identifying Harm in the Household

What is BPA (bisphenol-A)  An industrial chemical used to make PVC plastics, flame retardants, plastic food and drink packaging, kitchenware, the inner coating of cans and jar lids, water bottles, electrical and electronic goods, electronic storage media, and marine...

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Mold Toxicity

Mold Toxicity

A healthy environment makes a healthy person The topic of mold may not be a dinnertime conversation, but it is oftentimes overlooked as a culprit making you and your family sick. Unless we are hyperaware of water damage and the potential for mold to form, it goes...

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How to Wash Produce to Reduce Pesticide Exposure

How to Wash Produce to Reduce Pesticide Exposure

In today’s world, nearly all the food we eat is laden with pesticides. The risk of pesticides depends on two things: exposure and toxicity. The exposure is the amount you get in or on your body, or the amount that is released into the environment. The toxicity is a...

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How to Reboot for a Healthier Mind and Body

How to Reboot for a Healthier Mind and Body

Rebooting your Vagus Nerve can lead to a healthier life both physically and emotionally. So…..what is the Vagus Nerve, anyway? It is the longest cranial nerve and is identified as a two-way communication network starting at the brain and traveling to ALL of our...

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