- Evidence suggests the 25 percent of Americans who are obese have higher-than-normal levels of free radicals.
- Risperidone has been linked to stroke. Cerebrovascular adverse events, including death, were reported in trials of Risperidone in elderly patients with dementia-related psychosis.
- Large urate stones (stones caused by excessive uric acid) found in the urinary tract can be dissolved by drinking the juice of one to two lemons a day.
- Most people with gall bladder problems fail to eat breakfast. That’s one reason why a high fiber breakfast is recommended to start the day – it starts the bile juices flowing.
- Children have twice the levels of pesticides in their systems than adults.
• Most of the salmon you find at the grocery store is farm-raised, with questionable quality at best. Instead of living in the open waters, farmed salmon are kept in captivity – often in some of the most polluted waters in the world. Plus, they’re fed grain rather than the EPA and DHA rich fish that salmon naturally eat, making them lower in the all-important Omega-3 fatty acids.
Furthermore, farmed salmon have a strong, astringent flavor, and the texture leaves a lot to be desired. The best-tasting and most healthful salmon is fresh wild Alaskan salmon. I recommend the company SeaBear that harvests fresh wild salmon from the Alaskan waters.
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