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The food industry dumps over 15 million pounds of the dyes studied into the food supply each year. Three of the dyes carry known carcinogens, and 4 can cause serious allergic reactions in some consumers. New studies show that seven of them contributed to cancer in lab... #cereals #dyes #fooddyes
Can high estrogen levels (aka estrogen dominance) become a problem for women? Estrogen is good for women but only in proper balance with testosterone. Common causes of estrogen dominance include endocrine-disrupting chemical (EDC), industrial pollutants, stress, and so much more! Click through to read on as Ty Bollinger also discusses the symptoms of high estrogen levels and gives you the 7 helpful tips to avoid it. Please re-pin. Together we'll empower the world with life-saving knowledge!
Natural and alternative health advocates have long known that artificial (synthetic) food additives have a negative effect on human health. Although studies have linked consumption of food additives and increased hyperactivity (among other health issues) the FDA continues recommend the use of ADHD drugs, with "traumatic and undesirable" consequences. By Contributing Writer Dr. Michelle Kmiec
More Americans take prescription medications than ever before – nearly 60% – and obesity could be to blame.
Science-Backed Reasons To Add Coloring To Your Self-Care Practice
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Research show that microbes play a key role in the physiology of appetite. There is a possibility that they could help people with eating disorders. Finger lickin' good, at least until your gut bacteria disagree. (Salem Krieger/Corbis) The microbes in your stomach seem to hijack a... #bacteria #gut
Японская компания Mitsui инвестирует в российскую фармацевтику
European Parliament Committee urges halt on GMO Soybeans. Objection to EU authorization for GMO soybeans is not likely to stop authorization but is seen as major repudiation of GMO crops Further comments on two of the contested GM soybean lines are here:... #soybeans