Top

Archive | Health News

swine

Understanding Vaccination Conspiracy Theories And Why They Are Not True

Wherever there is a development, a conspiracy theory is going to follow. With vaccinations, the conspiracy theories are numerous. It is understandable that these theories exist, not in the least because only very few of us understand the chemistry behind creating a vaccination. Besides this, everybody loves a good conspiracy theory. According to The Vaccination […]

Continue Reading
Happy New Year!

Happy New Year (Welcome 2013)!

It’s 10:57am on New Years Day as I write this. Already, I’ve gotten a 45 min cardio workout in and my wife set a new personal record on the years first 1/2 marathon. I would say the year is off to a great start! I wanted to pass along some great advice that I found […]

Continue Reading
Mycotoxins in meat

Mycotoxins in Food Pose a Unique Health Risk to Females

What Mycotoxins Are and What Dangers They Pose Mycotoxins are molds and other fungal growths that can grow on the food we consume. Scientists first noticed that foods containing mycotoxins, when consumed by pigs, caused the females to undergo what is called ‘precocious puberty’ meaning that the female pigs would reach puberty earlier. Other side […]

Continue Reading
gluten

You Might Have Gluten Sensitivity And Not Know It

Recognition of gluten sensitivity and the consequence of Celiac Disease if that sensitivity is ignored is not so easy to determine early. Medical tests fail often enough, turning up negative while people who are gluten intolerant continue to suffer a plethora of symptoms. Those people are often told it’s all in their heads after testing […]

Continue Reading
Canadian Researchers Discover New Evidence That Vitamin D Shuts Down Cancer Cells

Does Vitamin D Shuts Down Cancer Cells?

Researchers at McGill University have discovered a molecular basis for the cancer preventive effects of vitamin D, whereby its active form essentially shuts down cancer cells. People with higher blood levels of vitamin D live significantly longer than people who have low blood levels of the vitamin. The team, led by McGill professors John White […]

Continue Reading