Posts Tagged "allergies"

Natural, Lasting Allergy & Sinus Relief – Better Nutrition Magazine September 2012

Posted on Nov 14, 2012 | 0 comments

Natural, Lasting Allergy & Sinus Relief – Better Nutrition Magazine September 2012

Get to the real cause of allergies and sinus infections. Find lasting relief with a combination of therapies, including herbs, supplements and homeopathic remedies.

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You May be Chronically Dehydrated – Rodale

Posted on Nov 6, 2012 | 0 comments

You May be Chronically Dehydrated – Rodale

Believe it or not, the simple answer to that question is probably yes. In fact, most of us function in a chronic state of dehydration. Whether it's because of your busy schedule or simply not having fresh, clean water on hand when you need it, chances are more than good that you simply don't drink enough fluids.

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Ailments Linked to Lead and Mercury Poisoning – Medical News Today Jan 25, 2008

Posted on Oct 30, 2012 | 1 comment

Ailments Linked to Lead and Mercury Poisoning – Medical News Today Jan 25, 2008

"From light bulbs, dental fillings and mascara to toxic toys, we all suffer from everyday exposure to dangerous toxic metals," said Isaac Eliaz, M.D., L.Ac., M.S. and the lead researcher of the study. "This report of five case studies confirms that Modified Citrus Pectin combined with alginates is both safe and effective and has been proven to significantly address toxic heavy metal burden in patients with a number of different health conditions. The new clinical results can truly impact what is believed to be an epidemic of toxic pollution of the body with heavy metals."

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Natural Remedies for Prescription Ailments – MSN Healthy Living October 2012

Posted on Oct 30, 2012 | 0 comments

Natural Remedies for Prescription Ailments – MSN Healthy Living October 2012

Doctors are handing out more pharmaceutical drug prescriptions than ever, a practice that has prompted new drug-issuing guidelines and a call for more conservative prescribing. The new guidelines, published in the journal Archives of Internal Medicine, call for physicians to think beyond drugs, treat underlying causes, and focus on prevention instead of reaching for the prescription pad right away. In addition, the recommendations ask doctors to only prescribe one new drug at a time, to monitor the patient closely for harmful side effects and to be generally skeptical of new drugs. "Avoid seduction by elegant molecular pharmacology; beware of selective drug trial reporting," the guidelines warn. In other words, be an old-school doc. We're not saying all pharmaceutical drugs are bad. In fact, many are lifesavers. But doctors could also ease many patient ailments by suggesting natural remedies that have been used for centuries with fewer side effects.

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