Viral Infections and Homeopathic Treatment
There are many pharmaceutical and natural treatments for winter infections available these days. It can become difficult to decide what will be the best in any particular situation, so let us discuss the most common winter infections in order to understand their nature and approach each one accordingly.
Fluoride and an Alternative - Part 1
Fluoride causes mottled teeth-called dental fluorosis, the white, yellow, orange or brown patches or streaks on the tooth, in increasing order of severity. Pro-fluoridationist’s call this a ‘cosmetic effect’, but it is actually a sign of systemic poisoning of fluoride. In the US and Canada, dental fluorosis costs more to treat than tooth decay.
Teeth to die for
Pro-fluoridationists claim that the reduction of tooth decay since the 1950’s is a result of fluoridation. However tooth decay has been declining since the 1920’s, long before fluoridation was introduced and has continued to decline at the same time rate in fluoridated and non-fluoridated areas, showing that fluoridation has no effect upon tooth decay.
Food Cravings Research: What Creates Cravings by Linda D. Kyle MA. Author
Identifiable health concerns can be corrected with high quality supplements and the belief has arisen that cravings, too, share this aetiology. In Earl Mindell’s Vitamin Bible for the 21st Century, Mr Mindell suggests that a number of cravings are driven by nutrient deficiencies, but Marcia Pelchat of Monell Chemical Senses Centre in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, says “Food cravings do not reflect the wisdom of the body”.