ACTION ALERT — Popular Antidepressant May Promote Breast Cancer

Posted April 23, 2014
Recently, researchers have found that paroxetine—the active ingredient in Paxil and Pexeva, some of the most widely prescribed SSRI antidepressants—has an estrogenic effect that likely promotes the development and growth of breast tumors in women.  Read more and TAKE ACTION to tell the FDA to reverse its approval of paroxetine for hot flashes. There is no reason for this dangerous drug’s approval, especially considering that it does the opposite of what it was intended to do when it was initially approved—reduce the risk of breast cancer.

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Wireless Technology: The Dark Side of Convenience

Posted April 23, 2014
 The ancient Romans became sickened by seemingly safe lead pipes bringing drinking water. Today, the story repeats with wireless.  Something new is in the air. You can’t see it, hear it, smell it or feel it, but the cells in your body can. It’s called wireless technology. Read more.

Allopathic vs. Natural Medicine

Posted April 23, 2014
Allopathy works to address symptoms. Symptoms are the body’s way of reporting an imbalance. Merely treating the symptoms does not address the cause of the imbalance. Treating just the symptoms tends to result in greater imbalance sometime in the future.  Finding the underlying causes for the chronic health problems suffered by most Americans always involves nutrition.  Read more.

Aspartame’s Name Changed to Amino Sweet: A Toxin By Another Name is Still a Toxin

Posted April 23, 2014
Natural Society has been talking about the dangers of Aspartame for quite some time now. It is a dangerous artificial sweetener found in many of the foods we consume every day, including soft drinks, chewing gum, breakfast cereals, and jams. Now, it’s important to know that aspartame may be disguised as a new name in your favorite foods – aminosweet. 
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Sulfur is the Missing Link for Good Health

Posted April 23, 2014
 Health gurus have long said that if you give your body what it needs, you will live a long and disease free life.  This means making sure you are getting optimal levels of all nutrients, including sulfur.  Why the attention to sulfur? It’s because sulfur intake is critical to good health, and we don’t get much of it from our diets due to modern farming methods not replacing it in the soils in which our food is grown, even if it’s organic.  Read more. 

33 Awesome Uses of Lemon Essential Oil

Posted April 23, 2014
When someone mentions the word “Lemon”, I immediately think “fresh, clean and pure”.  There is simply something about lemons that evokes an overall feeling of wellness and goodness.  This might come from my memories of being given a lemon to hold and to smell when I suffered the occasional childhood illness.  Read more.

How Big Pharma and the Media Sell Junk Science

Posted April 23, 2014
Here’s how to spot Big Pharma’s spin on both supplements and drugs—and where you can get the truth.  Read more.

The Breast Cancer Industry Is Deceiving Women

Posted April 23, 2014
Are regular mammograms doing more harm than good? Let’s take a look at the science.  Read more.

ACTION ALERT — Popular Antidepressant May Promote Breast Cancer

Posted April 23, 2014
Recently, researchers have found that paroxetine—the active ingredient in Paxil and Pexeva, some of the most widely prescribed SSRI antidepressants—has an estrogenic effect that likely promotes the development and growth of breast tumors in women.  Read more and TAKE ACTION to tell the FDA to reverse its approval of paroxetine for hot flashes. There is no reason for this dangerous drug’s approval, especially considering that it does the opposite of what it was intended to do when it was initially approved—reduce the risk of breast cancer.

Eating Legumes Improves Cardiovascular Health

Posted April 22, 2014
Just a single serving of legumes a day can significantly improve cholesterol levels and lower your risk of cardiovascular disease, according to a study conducted by researchers from St. Michael’s Hospital in Canada and published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.  Read more.

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