Category: Home & Enviroment

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 […]

Hemp Plants
June 29, 2023

The Unique Himalayan Soil: The Home of Extraordinary Hemp Plants

Written By: Jack Riess NASM Certified Personal Trainer and Life Long Researcher of Health and Longevity. Welcome to the mystical world of the Himalayas – a place where nature’s grandeur is on full display, from the highest peaks touching the skies to a rich diversity of flora and fauna that inspires awe. Today, we explore […]

Xenoestrogens
June 14, 2023

Shedding Pounds by Dodging Xenoestrogens: A Practical Guide to Avoiding Weight Gain Triggers

Exposure to certain types of plastics and materials containing potentially harmful compounds known as Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs) or “Xenoestrogens,” is becoming an increasingly pressing issue. Research suggests these chemicals can lead to serious health concerns, including diabetes, obesity, reproductive issues, and neurological problems. EDCs or xenoestrogens are worrisome because they imitate hormones in our […]

September 25, 2018

8 Heartburn Triggers They Didn’t Tell You About

Heartburn is a very common ailment afflicting millions of people. Some people suffer from heartburn at least once in a month while there are others for whom this condition is a constant companion. Most people think heartburn is caused by spicy, fried and oily food, alcohol, processed foods OR  Over-eating especially around the holidays! However, […]

September 24, 2018

Do “Negative Ions” Have Positive Benefits?

The answer to that question, believe it or not, is YES. Simply put, there is nothing good about positive ions and there is everything good about negative ions. Confused? Let’s start with the basics. Negative vs. Positive In nature, air molecules break apart due to sunlight, radiation and moving air and water. The molecules either […]

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