Archive for November, 2010

Aloe Vera for Your Skin, Immune System…and Pancreas?

Aloe Vera for Your Skin, Immune System…and Pancreas?

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on November 19, 2010 | 2 Replies

People have used aloe vera for centuries. Its most common use is as a topical relief and healing agent for burns. Scientists who have studied the plant assume that it is due to the high Vitamin E content, which promotes healthy cell growth. Anyone who has slathered on aloe gel after a bad sunburn knows that it doesn’t matter what is in this miracle cream, it makes the burning stop and helps prevent peeling and scarring.

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Is Candida Albicans Compromising Your Health?

Is Candida Albicans Compromising Your Health?

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on November 17, 2010 | 1 Reply

Candida albicans is a yeast like organism present in all human beings. In this article you’ll discover how this little single celled inhabitant of your gut can negatively affect your health for years without you even knowing it. We are all walking around with about 100 trillion of living bacteria present in our body. To put this into perspective, the amount of these little bacterial bugs is nearly ten times greater than the total amount of your cells. They are essential for us humans to function properly but in the same time it’s absolutely crucial to keep them under control and live with them in harmony.

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Naked Airport Body Scanner May Increase Cancer Risk

Naked Airport Body Scanner May Increase Cancer Risk

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on November 9, 2010 | Reply

Naked airport body scanners, also known as Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT), are beginning to be install in larger numbers throughout the United States and Europe. The airport body scanner uses ionizing radiation which is an electromagnetic wave that is destructive to atoms and molecules. Examples of ionizing radiation are ultraviolet (UV), x-rays and gamma rays. Our cells and DNA are made of complex structures of atoms and molecules; therefore, ionizing radiation can destabilize them.

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