A recent warning from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said 40% of children between 3 and 6 years old are using potentially dangerous amounts of toothpaste. How much toothpaste is too much? And why the concern?
In today’s world, with so much hype and exaggerated claims for just about everything you can think of, we hope you would be skeptical if anyone told you that one particular thing could prevent a major disease. Having said that, research has found a single nutrient appears to make a big dent in your risk of 4 — yes four — major health concerns...
In one of the largest studies of its kind to date researchers found that those who were moderately deficient in in this nutrient, had a 53% increased risk of developing any kind of dementia, and those participants who were severely deficient had their risk of developing any kind of dementia increase by 125%.
Whether for an upcoming family gathering, or holiday, or just for your everyday convenience and benefits, this tip is one of those you'll use forever once you see how well it works. You likely have this "secret ingredient" in your kitchen already but may not have realized how great a secret weapon it can be in your quest to make the best salads, sauces, cookies, cakes and more.. and keep them fresh longer as well.
Common NON-Rx Meds Linked to Memory, Depression, Confusion, & Anxiety... Weeks or Months After Use A recent study found the problems above can be caused in people as long as weeks or months after they start using those meds...both over the counter, and prescription forms...
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