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It is not an understatement to say our existence, and the quality of our lives depends on having adequate iodine levels.[1] Despite this, mainstream medicine generally ignores the importance of this element. The following fifteen facts will reveal how important iodine is and how much better your life can be with balanced levels of this life-giving element. Facts About IodineLength: 2 minutes 15 Must-Know Facts About Iodine 1. Iodine Is an Essential Element The thyroid creates hormones to regulate metabolism and cellular function. The two most important hormones, triiodothyronine (T3) […]

Did you know that there are five different types of Vitamin D? There's D1, D2, D3, D4, and D5, but D2 and D3 are the only types that our bodies can use. So, when something just says "vitamin D" it is generally referring to D2 or D3 (or a combination of the two). Even more impressive, Vitamin D is one of the only vitamins that your body can produce by itself. What is the catalyst that gets your D production going? Good old-fashioned sunshine! It's the ultraviolet-B radiation (UVB) that […]

There many factors that influence your diet. In this article, we are going to focus on the impact social and cultural factors have on healthy eating. To fully understand the concept, let’s look at the basic nature of the human social environment. (more…)

As we enter into the cold months, many people will experience the effects of a cold or flu. Sore throats, muscle aches, stuffy noses, coughs, and fevers are just some of the common symptoms. Highly contagious, colds are the name we give for over 100 mild viral influenza forms. Although there is no cure for the cold or flu — natural or prescription — there are many natural home remedies that can help you feel better while you're toughing it out. (more…)

Arsenic is an element that is extremely toxic to human health. Arsenic poisoning or arsenicosis occurs when someone is exposed to high levels of arsenic, typically by unknowingly ingesting it. Although uncommon, poisoning can occur by inhalation or through dermal absorption. [1] Despite this, or maybe because of it, humans have used arsenic in many capacities- as an insecticide, as a toxic agent of war, and even as a wood preservation. However, its use in countless industrial applications has contributed to pollution at all levels. Additionally, arsenic exists naturally in […]