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I was thrilled to read this article! ‘Danger of Bentonite Clay’

From the article linked below: “Many have shared how bentonite clay has helped their digestion or skin symptoms. The reasons why it may have helped seemed plausible to me, and I don’t doubt that many have had positive experiences. Since I’ve never seen much research either way, I never thought too much about it. Recently, […]

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Must Watch Video: “Naturally Occurring Lead”

The False Argument That All Heavy Metals Found In Foods Are “Naturally Occurring.” I find the commentator’s attempts at sarcastic humor excessive and distracting, but the presentation’s content is quite serious and right on the money, so try to suspend judgement on the his style and focus on his message [and in watching this, consider some […]

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YES, there are high levels of lead in bone broth (and NO, it is not safe to ingest lead)!

More often than not “health-gurus” and “health bloggers” including some with MEDICAL credentials will (in their writing) attempt to diminish or discount the impact of the concentrated levels of lead found in bone broth. Lead bio-mimics calcium when absorbed by natural structures. Bones are high in calcium. That is why bones are a storehouse for […]

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Hard To Read Prop 65 Labeling on Earthpaste Product Intended for Children

 For my #SaferChoices post about toothpaste, click here. To see all of the Earthpaste posts in one place, click here. Below are the packaging images from Earthpaste’s Lemon Twist flavor product. You can click on the images to see them larger. This product is clearly marketed for parents to use with their children (note the googlie […]

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More on the toothpaste conversation….

Reposting this post, originally posted on Facebook. Back to the toothpaste conversation. – Food (and water) is considered toxic for lead in the “Parts Per Billion” (ppb) ranges. Specifically water and food are considered toxic (by many in the scientific community) at levels starting at FIVE parts per billion and higher (some use the less […]

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