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Natural cycles reset your biological clock

Late sleep timing and a disrupted biological clock is associated with several health issues and the cause is a lack of natural light dark cycles in modern environments, according to some remarkable new research.

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Fast food linked to toxin exposure
Posted on Wed, 26 Oct 16

Fast food linked to toxin exposure

Recently eating fast food is linked to higher body levels of environmental toxins. It is suspected it may be due to chemicals from PVC tubing, vinyl gloves, and food packaging leaching toxins into food. Yum.

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Fluoride in water linked to hypothyroidism
Posted on Wed, 1 Jun 16

Fluoride in water linked to hypothyroidism

A large scale study linking fluoride in drinking water to hypothyroidism raises strong concerns about the safety of fluoridated water.

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Grounding quickly improves mood
Posted on Mon, 14 Sep 15

Grounding quickly improves mood

Earthing (grounding) involves bringing your body in contact with the earth, and has important health benefits. A recent study found grounding improved mood, fast.

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Light at night increases breast cancer risk
Posted on Tue, 28 Oct 14

Light at night increases breast cancer risk

A new study suggests that ambient light at night in urban environments may increase risk of breast cancer in women; disruption of your natural body clock may be to blame.

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Benefits of Shinrin-yoku, or forest bathing
Posted on Tue, 14 Oct 14

Benefits of Shinrin-yoku, or forest bathing

Walking in a forest is deeply therapeutic, with scientific studies showing that so called forest bathing (Shinrin-yoku in Japanese) can transform your physiology and significantly enhance your mental and physical health.

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