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New DVD covers Splenda, lupus, CoQ10, and reversing diabetes

On April Fool’s Day, 1998, the FDA approved the artificial sweetener sucralose, sold as Splenda. The manufacturer likes to stress how little of it is absorbed into the bloodstream, but that means more is left in the digestive tract to come in contact with our gut flora. Find out what happens in...

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Why are Chickens Fed Prozac?

Between 1940 and 1971, the synthetic estrogen DES was prescribed to several million pregnant women with the promise that it would “help prevent miscarriages.” Problems were first highlighted in 1953 when it became clear that DES was not only ineffective but potentially harmful. However, a...

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Making Your Own Mouthwash

The effects of a vegetarian diet on systemic diseases like cancer, diabetes, and heart diseases have been studied and have revealed predominantly less systemic diseases in those eating plant-based diets. However, there have only been a few studies on oral health, which I covered in my videos...

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