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What is "Clean Breathing" Water?

Jan 22, 2019
News Staff

In homes with particularly elaborate systems or where water can rest or stagnate for long periods of time, such as seasonal homes or new homes designed for water efficiency, Legionella colonies can form.

(Philadelphia, PA) -- "Don't drink the water" might be good enough advice to keep you from getting sick in some places, but according to researchers from Arizona State and Drexel University, the admonition should probably be expanded to "...try not to breathe the water either." In research recently published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology, the group takes a closer look at how the spray from showers, sinks and toilets can expose us to the bacteria responsible for the most waterborne disease outbreaks in the country. 

"Most people in the United States think we have a handle on our water quality problems and drinking water isn't something we need to worry about anymore. If anything, the recent water crisis in Flint, Michigan, and frequent Legionnaires' disease outbreaks across the nation have demonstrated that's not the case," said Kerry Hamilton, PhD, an assistant professor in the Ira A...


Promising New Research to Stop Alzheimer's Disease and Heal Brain Cells

Jan 22, 2019
Dr. Don Colbert

This is BIG News!

The New Year has brought promising news for brain health.

Researchers from Yale just created and tested a drinkable cocktail of “designer molecules” that may stop the first pathological step of Alzheimer’s disease.

It may even restore memory to cells already affected.

This is big news for brain health.

A few days ago in the journal Cell Reports, investigators reported that molecules were identified that could interfere with the progression of healthy brain prion protein cells, to those with Alzheimer’s or other brain degenerative disease (1).

Amyloid beta peptides portions of a larger protein that has broken off and become diseased and destructive.

Once infected and folded, prion proteins resist healing and recycling like healthy proteins. Instead, they proliferate and cause a devastating cascade of degenerative events (3)...


Garlic Reduces Risk of Disease by Curbing Inflammation

Jan 22, 2019
Lynn Allison

“Although the mechanism on how aged garlic extract reduces obesity-related inflammation is not clear, the changes in the immune cells and inflammatory markers show a positive anti-inflammatory effect in adults with obesity.” -- Susan Percival

(Gainesville, FL) -- A breakthrough study conducted by researchers at the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences shows that supplementing with aged garlic extract (AGE) can effectively modify inflammation and other health markers, thus reducing the risk of diseases associated with obesity.

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Are You Eating Garlic Wrong? Get the Most Health Benefits from Garlic

Jan 21, 2019
Dr. Don Colbert

Among other things, garlic supports gut health, reducing the incidence of H. Pylori and subsequence ulcers promotes healthy blood sugars, and may even enhance the nutrient absorption of other foods.

Garlic is one of the healthiest foods you can eat. But, have you been eating it all wrong?

And, have you been eating enough?

With our Keto Zone Slow-Cooked “Roasted” Garlic, you can get the most garlic health benefits.

It’s easy to add our cooked and more mild, sweet, delicious cloves to salads, soups, meats, and more. In fact, you’ll want to add them to foods every day.

Here’s how to get all the garlic health benefits, how to cook garlic, and what your body will get when you do:



  • whole garlic bulbs, 6-8
  • olive oil
  • fresh cracked pepper
  • salt (coarse if available)


  1. Place the heads of garlic on cutting board, and cut off tops across all cloves (cut off “pointy” end) so that all cloves are exposed...


Symptoms of Omega-3 Deficiency and How to Overcome It

Jan 21, 2019
Jillian Levy via Dr. Josh Axe

Today, the average person has a high chance of suffering from omega-3 deficiency if he/she doesn’t include omega-3 foods in his/her weekly diet, such as fish, sea vegetables/algae, flaxseeds, or grass-fed meat.

Numerous studies have found that omega-3s from foods and/or supplements can help improve your health. They fight inflammation associated with conditions like arthritis, reduce levels of triglycerides and protect the brain. That, along with many other reasons, is why you want to avoid an omega-3 deficiency.

These important fatty acids also needed for proper cardiovascular and neurological function, cell membrane maintenance, fetal development, mood regulation and hormone production. Omega-3 foods, even more so than supplements, also may be able to help lower your risk for heart disease due to their inflammation-reducing abilities.

“Omega-3s” is another name for omega-3 fatty acids...


8 Health Hazards Caused by Lack of Vitamin D

Jan 21, 2019
Lynn Allison

The Mayo Clinic recommends 400 international units or I.U.’s daily for children up to one year old, 600 I.U’s for those from one to 70 years of age and 800 I.U’s for folks over 70.

A 2010 study found that 41.6 percent of the U.S. adult population has a vitamin D deficiency Ask your doctor to check for optimum levels, which according to Healthline, should be between 20 to 30 nanograms per milliliter.

Here are some of the risks associated with vitamin D deficiency:

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Can Collagen Powder Improve Dry Winter Skin?

Jan 18, 2019
Dr. Don Colbert

There are a lot of claims out there regarding collagen supplements. Here’s what the science says when it comes to collagen powder and dry, winter skin.

Love or hate winter weather, one thing’s for sure, it can wreak havoc on your skin.

Can collagen powder help?

If so, what’s the best way to consume it?

There are a lot of claims out there regarding collagen supplements. Here’s what the science says when it comes to collagen powder and dry, winter skin.


There are many reasons why winter is hard on your skin. They include:

  • Cold air and low humidity. Winter’s cold and dry air can be intensely drying for the skin, vastly reducing the amount of moisture retained.
  • Heaters and indoor fires. Heated indoor air is often dry during the winter. Heaters, forced air, fans and indoor fires all reduce the humidity.
  • Harsh winds.Winds are often stronger during the winter and spring, and this further dries out skin.
  • Coffee and caffeinated teas...