Why You Shouldn’t Use a Burn Barrel

Why You Shouldn’t Use a Burn Barrel

Burn barrels are frequently used in rural areas. It is a convenient way of getting rid of a mess, but can result in smelly and dangerous air pollution. A lot of plastics end up in the trash. Many plastics contain chlorine-containing compounds, such as PVC (polyvinyl 

Water Fluoridation – Dogma vs. Science

Water Fluoridation – Dogma vs. Science

I’ll be writing some articles comparing Actual Research vs. Medical Dogma. Here is an excerpt from some research I have been doing for school: …both the pro- and anti-fluoridation positions are equally dogmatic, and claim to be using unbiased scientific studies to support their claims. 

Milk – History and Safety

Milk – History and Safety

Milk is a food that is unique in that its primary purpose is to nourish a growing mammal. Animal milk is a traditional food that has been consumed for thousands of years in many varied cultures (Rose, 2015). Because milk spoils very quickly, it has 

Sibo

Sibo

A Review of SIBO, IBS, and IBD Protocols from Drs. Siebecker, Sandberg-Lewis, and Kharrazian: For SIBO patients following GAPS, SCD or SCD + LOW FODMAPs and for Crohn’s patients following SCD, the bone broths must be made from meat and marrow bones only, no cartilage. 

Saturated Fat

Saturated Fat

It is an understatement to say that corn oil isn’t benefecial for treating heart disease, it actually contributes to it! Other studies …

Leaky Gut – All you wanted to know but were afraid to ask :)

Leaky Gut – All you wanted to know but were afraid to ask :)

The mucosa is the inner lining of the digestive tract; a mucous membrane. The innermost layer of the mucosa is a single layer of cells called the epithelium. The epithelial cells of the digestive tract are held together in tight junctions. The tight junctions are