How to Reduce Your EMF and RF Exposure

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The human body operates on electrical energy, or bio-electric energy, relying on the complex, yet carefully balanced, systems for all functions. There’s constant communication between our cells, tissues, organ systems, and of course, our minds. A key part of the conductive “superhighways” are electrolytes, which regulate our nerves, muscle function, our hydration status, blood pH, […]

Are Your Personal Care Products Safe?

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Did you know that your skin can absorb nearly 70% of what it comes in contact with? This is a big deal considering there’s a whole network of functions taking place just below the surface, from blood vessels, nerves, glands, and multiple layers of various cells. The skin serves as a barrier to environmental toxins, […]

Sleeping Tips for Optimal Wellness

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Sleep is a vital part of overall well-being, and nearly everyone can relate to feelings of fatigue from lack of sleep. Although it may seem like you can grab a cup of coffee and catch up on sleep over a weekend or your next day off, there are significant implications regarding the lack of adequate, […]

Alternative Detox Methods

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In addition to heavy metals such as lead, mercury, cadmium, arsenic, 85,000 chemicals have been introduced into the American market since World War II – one of the many reasons our environment has become increasingly toxic. There has also been an increase in exposure to chemicals and toxins through the food we eat, the water […]

The Difference Between Biological and Traditional Dentistry

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Biological dentistry is not necessarily a new specialty in oral medicine. Instead, practicing dentists consider it a philosophy of always seeking the safest, least-toxic way to accomplish the mission of treatment and modern dentistry, all while treading as lightly as possible on the patient’s biological terrain for a more comprehensive, whole-picture approach to oral health […]

Four Tips for After a Mold Exposure

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Mold can be toxic and harmful to anyone, but it can quickly compound to be detrimental for those with prolonged exposures, genetic predispositions, or already with compromised immune systems. Buildings can become water-damaged and moldy for countless reasons – slow leaks/drips, poor ventilation, cracks in the foundation, flooding, not enough caulking, etc. When a building […]

Top 10 Sleep Tips For Kids

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If you’ve ever seen a toddler overextended and in the middle of a meltdown, you can appreciate the importance of good sleep. Sleep is important for learning, growth, repair, hormone regulation, and immune function. Sleep directly impacts mental and physical development. Did you know that ongoing sleep deprivation can result in impaired ability to fight […]