Copper Toxicity

Targeted Nutritional Support for Healthy Cholesterol Levels

…same time increasing HDL cholesterol. I recommend 2–2.5 grams a day. (Note: Daily doses of 2 grams or more may lower copper levels. Be sure you get at least 2 mg of dietary copper daily when taking higher dosages.) Back to Top Lecithin The word lecithin is derived from the Greek word lekithos, meaning…

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Understand the Cause of Depression

…Congestion One of the major jobs of the liver is to breakdown and detoxify waste material absorbed from the intestine. With constipation, more waste and toxic materials are continually being absorbed into your system. Food that stays too long in the colon becomes poisonous and rancid. Your colon doesn’t…

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Probiotic Species and Strains: What Are Their Differences?

…discourages many unwanted microorganisms that thrive in an alkaline environment. Lactic acid also increases absorption of minerals such as calcium, copper, magnesium, and iron. Strain Name What It Does What It Supports L. acidophilus L. Acidophilus is, in my opinion, is the most important strain of the…

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Natural Treatments for Cold and Flu

…leaves has been used in cough drops, cold medicines, mouthwashes, toothpaste, detergents, and liniments for arthritic pain. Eucalyptus oil can be toxic if taken internally. But because of the potent bactericides it contains, breathing the fumes can knock out infections in the nasal passages, sinuses…

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