This is a frightening story… Really worth watching… A great example of the toxicity that can be created by the medical system. Actor and playwright Elizabeth Kenny performs an excerpt from her play dramatizing her horrifying journey through the American medical system. via ▶ TEDMED 2014: Elizabeth Kenny – YouTube. Advertisements
Because of undetected toxicity problems, about a third of prescription drugs approved in the U.S. are withdrawn from the market or require added warning labels limiting their use. An exceptionally sensitive toxicity test invented at the University of Utah could make it possible to uncover more of these dangerous side effects early in pharmaceutical development … Continue reading
In The Globe and Mail article ” Why is walking in the woods so good for you?”, Alex Hutchinson explores the results from a study, which will appear in a forthcoming issue of the Journal of Affective Disorders, that found that volunteers suffering from depression who took a 50-minute walk in a woodland park improved … Continue reading
Highly sensitive children have highly sensitive senses that make them highly aware of their environments. But this gift can become a nightmare in today’s polluted world. Sensing intensely means getting affected more greatly by toxicity. These days, toxicity levels have reached incredibly frightening proportions. But the issues are difficult to understand as multiple problems overlap … Continue reading
Now, scientists just need to make the link between how cortisol inlfuences the gut brain and we will know that stress causes an increase in food and other types of sensory sensitivities….. The moral of the story: eat well, be zen….. Here is the article: Your food influences your mood: The second brain … Continue reading
Very informative show: The Hidden Chemicals You’re Feeding Your Kids | The Dr. Oz Show.
Reblogged article from:http://www.healthychild.org/blog/comments/how_pesticides_harm_childrens_health_and_brains/ How Pesticides Harm Children’s Health and Brains Guest Blogger Tuesday, October 30, 2012 By Kristin Schafer, Senior Policy Analyst, Pesticide Action Network North America My teenage kids love food – and lots of it. This time of year our kitchen overflows with apples. In the spring it’s fresh spinach (my daughter’s favorite, … Continue reading
This report “http://healthreport.saferchemicals.org/” is a must read, but if you do not have time, the information in this section : Learning disabilities is very important to be aware of for anyone with a child that has been diagnosted with a learning disability or a developmental issue such as adhd or autism. A couple of interesting … Continue reading
Arsenic In Your Rice | Food Renegade.
Reblogged from: Fluoride: Too much of a good thing? « Healing Autism & ADHD. I’m not a fan of fluoride in our toothpaste and definitely believe it should not be in our water supply. When I take my sons to the dentist for cleanings, I skip the fluoride treatment. Their toothpaste is fluoride-free. Not one … Continue reading