Health & Fitness

Why You Should Be Storing Whey Protein Powder

The list of proven health benefits from whey protein just seems to keep growing. Whey refers to the rich liquid that’s created during the production of cheese; it is distilled to its purest essence and sold in a convenient powdered form that’s not only affordable and easy to store, but loaded with nutrition and health … Continue reading Why You Should Be Storing Whey Protein Powder

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Why You Should Consider Using Colloidal Silver

Although silver has been used in healing throughout history, it isn’t discussed much in mainstream medical circles today. Some speculate that its effectiveness, availability and low cost (that is, if you make your own) has caused “big pharma” to want nothing to do with its spread and proliferation. After all, they can’t make money from … Continue reading Why You Should Consider Using Colloidal Silver

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Top 7 Ways to Boost Your Immune System and Keep it Strong

Your immune system is your body’s central command system for keeping you healthy, strong and free of illness. The immune system is a complex network of organs, tissues, proteins and specialized cells. The tonsils, lymph nodes, thymus gland, spleen and bone marrow are all components of the immune system.Most days, your immune system is successful … Continue reading Top 7 Ways to Boost Your Immune System and Keep it Strong

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Isolation Kits to Defend Against Ebola

With Ebola in the news and government officials officially dropping the ball, prudent people should consider how best to handle a potential infectious situation. Ebola is just one of the many diseases that are spread through human contact. First, you must know the Signs and Symptoms of Ebola. Home Isolation Kits and Containment When faced with … Continue reading Isolation Kits to Defend Against Ebola

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Ebola: Defending against disease and pandemics

Ebola, or Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever is a viral disease that almost always results in death. The infectious disease is spread by a filovirus via to those who come into contact with infectious body fluids. At this point in the epidemic, scientists have not yet identified the original host species. This is a disease pathogen that has transferred from another organism to the human population.

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