Thallium, The Slow and Silent Killer

Saturday, June 15, 2013 9:51:52 AM America/Los_Angeles

poisonOnce called "inheritance powder" because of its popularity among assassins and greedy heirs, thallium is a globally recognized poison that is tasteless, odorless, and dissolves easily in water. In trace amounts, through conatmination of waer supplies and as a waste product of certain industries, thallium still contaminates our environments and creates an increased risk of negative health effects. Find out how to protect yourself in this article from the Nutrikon Wellness Center.

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Chlorella and Cilantro, The Detoxifying Duo

Saturday, June 8, 2013 9:02:47 AM America/Los_Angeles

smogDaily life in this high-tech and industrialized age exposes us to historic levels of toxic heavy metals that are known to cause disease in low doses with chronic exposure. Thankfully, there are two natural nutrients that, in conuction, can help protect the body from accumulating these powerful toxins and safeguard our health. Find out more about Chlorella and Cilantro in this article from the Nutrikon Wellness Center.

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Titanium, How Small Substances Can Cause Large Problems

Saturday, September 3, 2011 12:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

Titanium has also revolutionized several branches of medicine, namely in the field of structural implants, such as repairing fractured bones and orthodontics. Titanium in dental implants has quickly become the industry norm. Because these titanium products have appeared on the market quickly it begs the question: have we really studied and understand the long-term health implications? 

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Antimony, A Lifelong Poison

Friday, August 19, 2011 12:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

Antimony has its place among these would-be heroes. At the turn of the 20th century, a revolutionary medical device was announced that would cure the entire world of bowel troubles forever. Even the poorest people on earth would be able to afford this device that had literally infinite potential. It was called the “everlasting pill”. 

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Tin, Safe to Sinister Through the Power of Chemistry

Saturday, August 13, 2011 12:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

Tin cans, tin foil, the Ford Model T (or Tin-Lizzie) all have something in common, other than tin. No one uses them anymore. You may still find the occasion tin can or piece of foil in a basement or kitchen pantry; you could even find a restored Model T, but these things are antiques, gone the way of the dinosaur. While this may seem to mean that this rather innocuous metal has departed from our daily lives and is a relic of another generation, the truth is quite the opposite.

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