Tag: environmental toxins

Control Parkinson’s disease by avoiding toxins

Now, as someone who’s lived with Parkinson’s disease for over a dozen years, I know how frightening it can be when you’re first diagnosed. It feels like you’re going to have to give up doing the [...]

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Fragrances in cleaning products may contain toxins

From “lemon fresh” to “crisp pine,” the fragrances of cleaning products can really make your home smell spick-and-span. But have you ever considered that all those lovely scents could be laden [...]

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Combat the onslaught of environmental toxins with antioxidants

We live in a toxic world – and that’s not changing anytime soon. But before you succumb to the toxic juices your brain may be marinating in right now, there’s something you can do to help clear [...]

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Rosacea may be more than a skin condition

If you’ve been diagnosed with rosacea, the culprit behind those red bumps is almost always low stomach acid. Here’s how to replace what’s missing in your digestive system to clear up your face – [...]

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Wallpaper can harbour sickening toxins

According to a new study, the wallpaper in your home could be making you sick - because toxins from mold that grows on wallpaper can hitch a ride on tiny dust particles that you inhale. Here's [...]

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Toxins lower vitamin D levels

Are you deficient in vitamin D? Most of us are, especially as we get a bit older. But it may not be as simple as getting outside more to soak up sun, making dietary changes, or even taking a [...]

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BPA-free food still contains BPA

Study finds “BPA-free” canned dog food isn’t actually free of BPA, since it raises blood levels in dogs just as much as the regular stuff does. You don’t want to feed your dog chemicals and you [...]

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Exposure to toxins can cause tinnitus

If you haven’t been living the “rock and roll lifestyle,” but you’ve still got that telltale ringing in your ears, look to some common toxins that you may have been exposed to – including some [...]

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Your bed could be a health hazard

Dust mite poop is found in 80 per cent of beds, but that’s not all that can make your bedroom a filthy health hazard. Your sheets, pillows, and mattress are a breeding ground for fungi and [...]

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How contaminated are your strawberries?

These days, staying healthy isn’t easy – even when you’re trying to do everything right. You stay active. You choose your foods wisely, making sure to include lots of nutritious fruits and [...]

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