How environmental toxins INCREASE your risk of severe COVID-19 symptoms | NaturalHealth365 – Sept 20, 2020

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(NaturalHealth365) It’s time to talk about one thing many health-conscious consumers have wondered throughout the coronavirus pandemic: why aren’t government officials and the media talking about the impact of common chemicals (environmental toxins) on COVID-19?

We won’t speculate why officials aren’t championing healthier lifestyles as much as they’re enforcing coronavirus regulations under threat of fines, or worse!  But needless to say, the idea that a face mask, SARS-CoV-2 vaccine, or flu shot is all we need to stay healthy this winter is deeply misguided – especially in light of decades of evidence showing how environmental pollutants can increase a person’s risk of chronic disease, which is a known risk factor for a severe COVID-19 infection.

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Undisclosed GMO salmon soon to be offered at restaurants, health-conscious consumers beware — NaturalHealth365 – July 11, 2019

(NaturalHealth365) Wild caught salmon is a well-known source of protein, healthy omega-3 fatty acids, and nutrients including selenium, vitamin B12, and potassium.  Compared to their farm-raised cousins, salmon caught in the wild are also generally lower in contaminants.  But, now, GMO salmon presents a whole new set of concerns for health-conscious consumers.

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A Closer Look At The Relationship Between Mercury & Cardiovascular Disease — December 5, 2017

Mercury’s toxic properties have been apparent for centuries. Nonetheless, from the time of the first Emperor of China on, doctors have been fascinated with the metal’s purported curative properties. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, health practitioners blithely used mercury as a medical treatment for everything from syphilis to teething discomfort to dysentery. As early as the 1820s, some healers began…Read more

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