Dozens of studies have shown a relationship between prenatal exposure to chemicals found in drinking water and negative health effects for children.
The number of ‘new’ contaminants in our drinking water is rising. The EPA identified over 600, with safety research on them nowhere to be seen.
What you need to know about these two nasty toxins in your water: Bisphenol-A and Phthalates.
Can cancer survive in an alkaline environment? Tywon Hubbard strips away the marketing myths.
…He threw in the clunker. “The Cancer Council has finally come out and stated categorically that any alcohol at all heightens your risk of all cancers. Even though red wine has been shown to be good for the heart, its coronary benefits are outweighed by its cancer factor.”
I’m reading Erin’s amazing book right now and if you like what you read, there’s much more of it on the link after this article.
Personally, even though I live in what might be one of the better and healthier places on the planet, I reluctantly realised that it’s time I got serious about formulating a future immunity strategy. Not just a strategy for viruses: a strategy for optimal immunity! So I’m going to talk about strategies I think I should have had in place way before this latest crisis. These are health strategies for a lifetime.
“We are in a water crisis beyond anything you can imagine. Pollution and toxins are everywhere, stemming from the hazardous wastes of industry and agriculture. We’ve got more than 40,000 chemicals on the market today with only a few hundred regulated. We’ve had industrial byproducts discarded into the ground and into our water supply for years. This crisis affects everyone – rich or poor, black or white, Republican or Democrat. Communities everywhere think they are safe when they are not.
Does red meat cause cancer? Most people would say yes. But this doctor’s fight with cancer and what he ate to recover flies in the face of this dominant paradigm.
A new study from the Environmental Working Group claims that even tap water that has been dubbed 'safe' may not be and could increase cancer risk. ~USA TODAY A new report from an environmental advocacy watchdog group cautions that carcinogenic products in tap water may altogether increase cancer risk for thousands of U.S. residents over a lifetime. […]