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Dirt: A Paleo Superfood?
Our culture’s obsessive attention to cleanliness, sanitation, and hygiene may actually be having unintended consequences on our immune system.
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Natural Childbirth IIa: Is Ultrasound Necessary & Effective in Pregnancy?
The use of routine prenatal ultrasound in pregnancy may be the biggest uncontrolled experiment in human history.
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Health Begins in the Womb – and Even Before
Recent research suggests that the 9 months of pregnancy are the most consequential period in determining our lifelong health.
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The Fish vs. Fish Oil Smackdown
Should you eat fish or take fish oil? That depends on your goals. Read this article to learn more.
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Three More Studies That Should Make You Skeptical of Mainstream Health Advice
Lately I've been encouraged by the number of studies being published that undermine the anti-fat, anti-cholesterol dogma we've been brainwashed with for so long. This is good news.
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Research Alert: Statins Dangerous for Pregnant Women!
The mainstream scientific community finally wakes up and publicly acknowledges the risks of statin drugs to pregnant women.
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Statins for Pregnant Women and Kids?
Researcher Chris Masterjohn reveals the negligence and recklessness of recent recommendations that pregnant women and kids as young as 8-years old take statin drugs.
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More Mainstream Madness
This week I'd like to bring your attention to three articles I came across on the web which illustrate the utter madness of mainstream medicine and nutrition.
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The Soy Ploy
Soy products are regarded as some of the healthiest on the market. Yet this is not necessarily true. Modern production methods play a key role in determining nutritional quality. Let's explore further.
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