• Research animals fed sucralose in Splenda® exhibited 40% shrinkage of the thymus gland, enlarged liver and kidneys, atrophy of lymph follicles in the spleen and thymus, reduced growth rate, decreased red blood cell count, extension of pregnancy, aborted pregnancy, decreased fetal body weights and placental weights, and chronic diarrhea. Really? Is THAT ALL?
• Symptoms of mercury poisoning are headache, depression, insomnia, anemia, and blue-black lines at the base of your teeth.
• One of the first Fibromyalgia symptoms is the changing of sleep patterns. Persons with FMS generally have interrupted sleep where they never get to Delta, a state where the muscles repair themselves.
• Alcoholic drinks aggravate asthma due to sensitivity to the alcohol itself, and also due to the many non-alcoholic components which determine the flavor and character of the drinks such as sulfites and histamine.
• A low back pain prevention program includes stretching the hamstring and hips, strengthening exercises for the abdominal muscles, and aerobic activity, possibly being the most important. When getting started on an exercise program if experiencing low back pain, emphasize the movements that provide the greatest range of motion with the least pain.
• Cancer mortality studies examining solar ultra-violet-B radiation between 1970 and 1994 showed solar ultraviolet-B radiation was associated with a reduced risk of cancer of the breast, colon, ovary, and prostate as well as non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
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