INSIDE BONES Feb/Mar 2020

Member Newsletter and Updatesdancingbones® wellness studio “Your health is our obsession” The phenomenal MATRIX has launched and many members have experienced a session or multiple sessions at this point.  An observation so far is that the most compatible (perhaps productive) thing to do for those two hours is . .…

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Coronavirus and Colloidal Silver

“Killer” Chinese Coronavirus and Colloidal Silver January 27, 2020 Are you worried about the so-called “killer Chinese coronavirus” that the news media suddenly has everyone all hyped up about? And are you wondering whether or not colloidal silver will help stop it? Let’s take a look, first, at the supposed…

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Sunscreen Safety Questioned Yet Again

Conventional guidance to avoid unprotected sun exposure at all costs has likely done public health a great disservice. The American Academy of Dermatology, for example, stresses daily use of sunscreen to prevent skin cancer, regardless of weather conditions or skin pigmentation — two factors that simply cannot be overlooked when…

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The Calcium Paradox

It’s known that our bones require calcium, however, precaution is recommended when supplementing calcium. Calcium supplements are perhaps the most confusing since there are conflicting opinions about how much calcium is needed on a daily basis to support bone integrity. But what cannot be argued is how calcium is absorbed.…

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Nutrient Deficiency in Vegan & Vegetarian Diets

Whether it’s for ethical, religious, or environmental reasons, most people know at least one friend or family member who has ditched animal products and taken up a purely plant-based diet. Though it may seem like a common fad, in the United States, 5% of the population is estimated to be…

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TYLENOL Aka.Acetaminophen

TYLENOL Despite being hailed as a safe drug for pain, by 2013 lawsuits were piling up, citing 50,000 trips to the emergency room every year, all due to Tylenol causing liver and kidney failure. The grim truth is that as early as 2005, scientists already knew that “severe acetaminophen hepatotoxicity…

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