Just the Facts, Ma’am – The Facts About Antacids and Heartburn

People have been taking Tums for indigestion, acid reflux, and heartburn since 1930. In the short-term, they do the job. But long-term, these chewables are not as innocent-looking as they appear. Long-term use of antacids can be very dangerous. Here’s what you need to know.

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Are The Clothes You Are Wearing Making You Sick?

This blog will tell you about some safe and practical ways to clean your clothes and save money. You’ll also get a free Personal Care and Cleaning Products Shoppers’ Safety Guide to which soaps, laundry detergents, household cleaners, shampoos and conditioners, facial cleansers, body washes, lotions, sunscreens and deodorants, are safe to use, as well as a list of products on the Caution List and Avoidance List.

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The Rise of Tyranny An Interview With Jonathan Emord

The Rise of Tyranny shows how the constitutional republic of the United States has since the 1930’s been transformed from a republic into a bureaucratic oligarchy where 250 regulatory commissions now possess governing control on the federal level to the extent that nine tenths of all law made by the Federal Government is not the product of elected officials, but rather the product of regulation created by the unelected heads of these bureaucratic agencies.

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Will Flying on Long-Haul Flights Shorten Your Lifespan?

Air Travel is part of our lives. There is mounting evidence that flying shortens your lifespan. This is especially true for those who frequently travel long-haul flights. Airlines have conducted studies and found shorter life expectancy among airline personnel, but these studies have not been made public.

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Healthy Fats vs. Deadly Fats

The word “fat” throws off a lot of people. But not all fatty acids are bad. In fact if your brain is to continue running clearly and your memory is to remain intact, you need essential fatty acids in your diet. People who don’t have enough EFA’s in their foods eventually start to complain of “brain fog”. The key is to be able to distinguish the good from the bad fats. Here you will find out how to buy the good oils that will keep your mind and body functioning at it’s best.

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Food Cures For What Ails You

Are you suffering from diabetes, high blood pressure, headaches, or arthritis? Instead of reaching for a prescription medication you can actually treat these conditions with foods. For example, diabetes responds to foods containing Chromium, and High Blood Pressure responds to Celery. You may be able to turn things around and feel better through your food choices.

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What’s Wrong with Drinking Soda Pop?

This is an actual advertisement from 1955. The small print says: “Why we have the youngest customers in the business. This young man is 11 months old and he isn’t our youngest customer by any means. For 7-Up is so pure, so wholesome, you can give it to babies and feel good about it. Can you imagine an ad like that today? But the advertisers of that time knew what they were doing.

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The Secrets of Lucky People

Luck goes by many names: premonition, synchronicity, intuition, hunches — whatever we call it, it is a creative channel through which warnings or information that are beneficial to us in some way flow into our lives. During WW2, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill had numerous premonitions that not only saved his own life but the lives of many around him.

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