(NaturalHealth365) With cases of COVID-19 topping 3 million globally – and the death toll exceeding 230,000 – scientists are working feverishly to develop vaccines, treatments and therapies. But, some natural health experts maintain that the key to fighting COVID-19 and other viral infections could lie much closer to home – in the form of a common kitchen staple.
Scientific studies show that certain viruses – including coronaviruses – are much more infectious in an acidic environment. Could bicarbonate of soda (a natural antacid) possibly play a role in slowing the spread of COVID-19 and other viruses? While clinical studies have not been performed, advocates say that bicarbonate of soda, also known as baking soda, may be used as a safe, cost-effective therapy to help ward off infection. →
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(Natural News) In 2019, the United States saw its largest measles outbreak in many decades. Predictably, the mainstream media was quick to blame a decline in the number of children being vaccinated for the crisis, noting that the majority of those affected were under the age of five and had not received the vaccine. Of course, media sources conveniently failed to mention that a large number of those who developed the disease had, in fact, been vaccinated. →
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(NaturalHealth365) Lightweight, flexible, versatile and convenient to use, aluminum foil has been a staple of countless American households for over a hundred years.
But, could this trusted product be linked with the soaring rates of Alzheimer’s disease? Many natural health experts think so and the science clearly warns us about the dangers….Read more
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(Natural News) Sickness is a common state on planet Earth these days, but nothing cranks up the dial a little bit more than the cold and flu season. Being trapped indoors with little to no sunshine along with poor food choices during the tumultuous trifecta of Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas, is typically enough to take most……Read more
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