5 Uncommon Uses For Probiotics

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Soon after the advent of the ‘germ theory of disease’ in the nineteenth century, the idea of voluntarily swallowing a pill full of bacteria would’ve sounded a little crazy. But as we learned more about the importance of the community of bacteria and other microorganisms occupying our intestines, eating probiotics has become the acceptable way to help re-populate our guts after courses of antibiotics or other stressors. As we’ve continued to learn, it appears that… Read More

RHR: Could Copper-Zinc Imbalance Be Making You Sick?

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The human body has an elaborate system for managing and regulating the amount of key trace metals such as zinc, copper, iron, manganese, chromium.  One of the most common malfunctions of this system is an excess of copper and deficiency of zinc (copper-zinc imbalance), which can lead to hyperactivity, attention deficit disorders, behavior disorders, depression, acne, eczema, sensitive skin, sunburn, headaches, poor immune function and much more. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, we cover: 3:07… Read More

Episode 15 – Dr. Paul Jaminet on chronic infections, depression & more

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In this episode Paul Jaminet answers reader questions about infections, depression, acne and more.

How to prevent spending the last 10 years of your life in a diaper and a wheelchair

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The conditions we associate with aging are common, but they certainly aren’t normal. Read this article to find out how to age gracefully.

When drug trials go terribly wrong

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How irresponsibility and neglect in a clinical trial of psychiatric medications contributed to the death of one of the trial participants.

Too much stress makes you stupid – and depressed

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A recent study at Yale University suggests that stress reduces brain function and causes depression.