The critical need to boost our immunity

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In many situations, we behave with a preventative mindset: we anticipate potential misfortune, and do our best to avoid it. If we’re about to head out on a run, we stretch beforehand to prevent pulled muscles. If we’re about to hit the road for a long trip, we check the gas so we don’t run out along the way. Looking out the window at a threatening sky, we put on a raincoat or bring along an umbrella to keep from ...

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Planning for the road ahead: the Food Enzyme Concept and lifelong health

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(Updated May 17, 2019)

If you’re planning a long road trip, you know that you need not only to keep an eye on your car’s fuel level but also to monitor your car’s overall condition so that it’s more than simply “good enough” to get you where you’re going, but also capable of getting you around once you get there. Yet how many of us who expect to reach our golden years happy and healthy put as much care into keeping ...

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31 years after Chernobyl success, BioSuperfood still hailed as nutritional support in fight against cancer

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In 1986 I was a senior in high school, and I still remember hearing the news of the horrific explosion of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine. One of the most disastrous nuclear accidents in history, it is one of only two nuclear energy accidents classified as a maximum Level 7 event (the other being the Fukushima disaster in Japan in 2011).

Moldovan scientist Michael Kiriac lived only 300 miles away from the explosion. Motivated by the cancer-related deaths of ...

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