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Cancer-Proofing

For those of us without automatic dishwashers, we resort to the tried and true method of water, a sponge, dish soap, and a little elbow grease. Although these soaps make our dishes look clean, they can be filled with toxic ingredients that are harmful to our bodies. Palmolive is one…

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If you’ve spent any amount of time watching viral videos on YouTube, you probably understand why many people are wary about using microwaves. Videos showing anything from marshmallows to iPhones, to propane tanks being microwaved have certainly created a sense of caution and sometimes, downright unease when reheating your leftovers. If you’re…

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This article is shared with permission from our friends at medicaldaily.com. Ginger and chili not only add spice and flavor to your favorite dish — they may also help you ward off cancer. A recent study has found that the popular spices have properties that significantly reduce mice’s chances of developing lung…

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Women who take a common form of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) are nearly three times as likely to get breast cancer, a major study has found. Scientists at the Institute of Cancer Research in London say the risks of taking the pills have been underestimated for years – and are…

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On August 29 Flowertown Bee Farm owners in Summerville, South Carolina woke up to a cruel, unwanted surprise —  2.5 million dead bees from 46 hives. These were the rescue hives that the owner, Nita Mae, acquired to help the dying bee population. This time the bees were hit by what might…

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To much fanfare and excitement, Apple has announced that the iPhone 7 will come with wireless earbuds, ditching the much-reviled and ever-tangled cords of conventional earbuds. The wireless earbuds, dubbed “AirPods,” will be water-resistant and are, in the words of company CEO Tim Cook, the first step to a “wireless…

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Every year 10 million people are diagnosed with cancer (1), but according to a University of Texas study “90 – 95 percent [of cancer cases] have their roots in the environment and lifestyle” with only 5 – 10 percent being down to genetics (1). Essentially, we have a lot of…

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Radiation damage is of serious concern for cancer patients and everyday individuals alike. Until now, protecting against these harmful rays has been nearly impossible. Lycopene, the compound that gives tomatoes their bright red color, is a strong dietary antioxidant, proving to have a strong protective component against radiation. Yet another reason…

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Over consumption of salt has been linked to heart disease, cancer, and osteoporosis. These findings have led to a huge number of us reducing our salt intake in order to protect our health. Gone are the days where salt is liberally sprayed on top of every meal and our awareness…

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It is a medically recognized fact that our body absorbs significant amounts of what we put on our skin within seconds. To me, with certified organic food rapidly becoming the nutrition of choice by the health conscious amongst us, why would you accept anything less for your skin? There are over…

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