The 2013 Clarke Prize Lecture How Safe Is Safe in the Treatment of Drinking Water for the Public? To download the lecture in .pdf form go here:
It’s so exciting to get report and after report in my inbox about the beneficial effects of hydrogen.. 210 studies and counting. Woops! As at 19th of August (today) there are now over 400! I don’t expect you to read them all but for an overview of the research, click here.
There could be hope for diabetics who are tired of giving themselves insulin injections on a daily basis. Researchers at North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are developing a system in which a single injection of nanoparticles could deliver insulin internally for days at a time – with […]
Is it a surprise that young people who binge drink break bones at a rate equal to people with another 20 years on the clock? Well, yes, you could say its’s because they fall over more often, but there’s a lot more to it. Take a look at this report from the Smithsonian.
“This is anecdotal, n=1 family, but in my extremely insulin-resistant family, eliminating most carbohydrates has resulted in reversal from a plethora health issues including ADHD, anxiety, insomnia, depression, eating disorders (bulimia and anorexia), chronic fatigue, obesity, and pre-diabetes (reactive hypo/hyper-glycemia). In my case, a ketogenic diet has proven to be nearly miraculous in improving my […]
November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and the serious issues of cognitive health will be in the spotlight in the coming weeks. The medical community agrees that cognitive impairment (CI), ranging from mild to severe, is almost epidemic in the U.S. as the Baby Boomer generation is aging and living longer. Scientists believe one reason […]
The fact is, water can appear clear and contaminant-free but can be fatal if consumed in a small dose or over a period of time. Unsafe water can even taste good, but can still contain dangerous contaminants such as arsenic, lead, radiologicals, bacteria, synthetic organic compounds and disinfections byproducts. Additionally, adds Marianne R. Metzger, business […]
Has anyone else noticed how the price of humble kale is going up? Bad, perhaps for you and I – the alkalizing consumer – but good for the population in general because it tells us more people are eating it and prepared to pay for the privilege. There are so many ways to eat kale, […]
South Korean police have caught two students selling diet pills. They bought them from a Chinese website. Analysis of the pills found banned substances sibutramine, known to cause heart disease, and phenolpthalein. and – in every pill – 100% match on human flesh.
We’ve been talking about ORP for as long as we’ve been in business – over 13 years. For those of you not aware of it, it’s an indication of the antioxidant power (or oxidant power) of water. An Oxidation/Reduction Potential meter measures the positive or negative electrical charge of the water in millivolts. We’ve come quite […]