Crest toothpaste imbeds plastic in our gums

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This is polyethylene: Did you know that polyethylene is the most common plastic in the world? It is used primarily for containers and packaging, such as these bottles and plastic grocery bags, and has been a concern for the environment because polyethylene lasts practically forever and isn’t biodegradable. It only breaks down into smaller and smaller particles until you can’t ...

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Pantry Moths in Your Lunch?

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A Super-Gross Reason to Avoid Processed Supermarket Food You’ll be shocked how the disgusting pantry moths and their larvae get into your food. October 10, 2012 Steve Holt If you’ve opened the pantry door or a bag of rice and had a moth fly in your face, you may have wondered: How did the bug get in there? Sarah Bryce ...

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Salad in Mason Jars!

Watch how to make delicious, portable lunches in a Mason jar! Don’t cheat yourself during the busy work week. In this video, you’ll see how to create fresh lunches that hit the work lunch trifecta! They’re money saving, good for you, and so quick and easy to make! The Mason jar is perfect for layering ingredients, for storing in the ...

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How to Make Kale Chips

RECIPE #1 Ingredients 1 bunch kale 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 teaspoon seasoned salt Directions Preheat an oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Line a non insulated cookie sheet with parchment paper. With a knife or kitchen shears carefully remove the leaves from the thick stems and tear into bite size pieces. Wash and thoroughly dry kale with ...

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The best SIX plant based proteins

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   By: Willow Tohi, Natural News Like most people who have a higher health conscious, most vegans and vegetarians have a story about how they came to the decision to live their particular lifestyle. No matter your reasons, one of the challenges for non-meat eaters is making sure they get enough protein every day. But it’s not as big a ...

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Hydrogen Peroxide-Salt Bath

HYDROGEN PEROXIDE-SALT BATHS First Bath 1. Fill the bath tub with warm water with temperature you prefer. 2. Add one quart of 3% hydrogen peroxide bottle to the bath tub. 3. Add one-half teaspoon of sea salt to the bath water (Baleine is a good brand). (note from Steve.. I prefer aquarium salt from the pet store) 4. Avoid direct ...

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Fatty and Sugary Foods Are As Addictive As Cocaine And Nicotine

Can’t resist the lure of KFC or the 4pm office chocolate run when you’re feeling peckish? Then it’s likely be your junk food addiction, not your stomach, talking. According to intensive medical research in the US, fatty processed foods and high fructose sugar treats can be as addictive as cocaine and cigarettes. The shocking findings come after American scientists looked ...

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Neuro Associative Conditioning (NAC)

Neuro-Associative Conditioning or NAC is a science developed by Anthony Robbins, author of “Unlimited Power”, “Awaken the Giant Within” and the “Personal Power” tape series, from the foundations of Neuro-Linguistic Programming or NLP which was developed by Richard Bandler and Dr. John Grinder in their effort to model communication strategies of effective therapists. This system was based upon Korzybski’s work ...

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Water Therapy Exercises

Pool Therapy Exercise Techniques • Knee-to-chest exercise. This movement is performed while standing on one leg, which is slightly bent, and one leg outstretched in front while one hand holds onto the side of the pool. It strengthens and stretches the muscles in the leg, hip and lower back. • Leg raise exercise. This movement is performed with one leg ...

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