Sulfur and MSM

Mar 29

We are often told to eat our vegetables to get vitamins, drink enough milk because of calcium, use sea salt for iodine, eat egg yolks for their healthy fat profile, or eat brazil nuts to get our daily dose of selenium. But sulfur is something we don’t hear or read about very often, or at […]

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Let’s get negative

Mar 16

ALL THINGS (ARE) MATTER Everything you see around you consists of atoms and molecules. Well, even things you don’t see, like gasses and particles in the air that are invisible to the eye (they are not magical, they are just too small for us to see without a microscope). Atoms are the smallest particles of […]

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Nature’s guide to beautiful hair

Jan 03

The hair on our head is basically the only feature (aside from color changing contact lenses) we can instantly modify to completely change our appearance. By changing our haircut or hair color, wearing our hair up in a bun, ponytail, or braided hairstyle, curling or straightening, we suddenly look and maybe even feel different, even […]

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Mar 10

On March 11th, 2011 an earthquake of massive strength struck the east coast of Japan and unleashed a 39 metre high tsunami upon the coast. This tsunami resulted in a nuclear meltdown of reactors at the Fukushima nuclear plant. This was the largest nuclear disaster since Chernobyl in 1986. To this day people still debate […]

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Nov 09

Most of us probably do not stop to consider that our skin is our largest organ. It is exposed to not only external pressures (for example lotions, sunburns, or smog), but also to internal influences (think of the rashes that appear every time you eat something your body doesn’t agree with). Skin is our protector; […]

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