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According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention1 (CDC), 40 percent of children between the ages of 3 and 6 use potentially dangerous amounts of toothpaste.
The CDC and American Dental Association (ADA) recommend using no more than a pea-sized amount for children in this age group, and those younger than 3 should use no more than the size of a rice grain on their toothbrush.
The problem with using excessive amounts of toothpaste has to do with the fluoride it contains. If you look closely, you’ll find fluoride-containing toothpastes have a warning on their label stating that “If you accidentally swallow more than used for brushing, seek professional help or contact a poison control center immediately.”….Read more & videos: “CDC: Kids Using Too Much Toothpaste Poses Health Risk” (0:23) and “Dr. Osmunson On Dental Hygiene Part 1/6” (13:29)
via Public Health Warning Issued for Fluoride Toothpaste — Waking Times
Alex Pietrowski, Staff Writer Waking Times A physician’s word is often taken very seriously and with little skepticism. An opinion from one or two doctors, when made in a professional office or hospital, can persuade a worried patient to take drugs with complex side-effects, or even undergo traumatic treatments such as radiation and chemotherapy. Yet, when the…..Read more
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Vitamin B-17 for Cancers
Apricot Seeds contain the most B-17 of all plant matter on Earth. Eating 2-3 Raw Apricot Seeds should take care of the Vitamin B-17 deficiency. I consume 1 in the morning and 1 at night. If one wants to eat more, consult a naturopath, homeopathic physician, kinesiologist or physician of choice on the subject. Eating six to ten seeds daily is a common amount. But remember to never over consume apricot seeds, always start with a small amount and slowly increase that amount if you feel you want to.
I get mine from eBay Apricot Seeds But there are lots of others who carry this.
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(Natural News) It looks like it’s better to wait until after you’ve eaten breakfast before you drink some orange juice. According to researchers, drinking fruit juice on an empty stomach “overwhelms the digestive system.” The results from a U.S. study implies that this can upset the “good bacteria” in your gut. The scientists have determined that fruit…..Read more
via No sweets or juice on an empty stomach: Sugars, including fructose, harm the good bacteria in your gut in the absence of food — NaturalNews.com