Category: Allergies

June 18, 2024

Hidden Health Risks: What You Need to Know About Plant-Based Milk Alternatives

Plant-based milks have surged in popularity due to a variety of factors, including the increasing number of people adopting vegan and vegetarian diets, concerns about lactose intolerance, and a growing awareness of the environmental impact of dairy farming. The most popular alternatives are almond, oat, soy and coconut. They  offer diverse flavors and are believed […]

June 16, 2024

Unveiling the Hidden Dangers of Oats: What You Need to Know

Oats are scientifically known as Avena sativa….a type of cereal grain primarily grown for their edible seeds, which are commonly consumed by humans and used as livestock feed. Although, there are numerous benefits to eating oats that outweigh the potential downsides, you need to caution yourself from overindulging. Let’s look at the 5 main benefits of eating oats first: Improved Heart Health- Oats contain […]

June 14, 2024

Additives in White Bread Linked to Cancer, Respiratory Problems, and Other Toxic Effects

Traditionally, white bread in the USA is made through a process that includes mixing, fermentation, proofing, baking, cooling, slicing, and packaging. The basic ingredients used in this process are wheat flour (enriched with vitamins and minerals like niacin, iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, and folic acid), water, yeast, salt, sugar and fat (such as butter, vegetable […]

June 11, 2024

90% Of Cheese Eaten In America Contains a Lab Grown Potentially Unhealthy Ingredient

Hey! What tastes better than cheese? Cheese  is the most popular staple in the USA and is seen on the tables of households across the nation.  It has earned its place in the hearts  of millions of Americans… thanks to  rich flavors, varied tastes, and its endless culinary possibilities. I, personally, love cheese on cheeseburgers, […]

Diets
June 7, 2024

Did You Know Fast Food Restaurant Bread Contains High Levels Of Glyphosate?

YEP! That is correct! Based on testing conducted by Moms Across America (MAA),  100%  of all the fast food chains tested had glyphosate residues. ( the active ingredient in Round-Up) Included in the testing were all of the top twenty fast food brands. The brand with the highest Glyphosate count was Panera whole grain bagel […]

June 5, 2024

New Research Is Now Warning People Of The Health Risks Associated With Bottled Water

Health professionals and consumers interested in diet and fitness are cutting back on bottled water after reports confirm that 1 liter of water  contains up to  1 million pieces of plastic.   A new study that used advanced laser technology found that bottled water contains massive amounts of tiny plastic particles, both microplastics and nanoplastics […]

August 26, 2017

Fight Allergies Now… All Naturally

With spring on the horizon, many of us have already started experiencing the dreaded symptoms accompanying seasonal allergies. If you have found yourself going to the pharmacy to purchase decongestants or antihistamines, you might want to consider some natural alternatives instead. And, you just might be surprised by how many of them already reside in […]

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