There’s been a lot of discussion lately about azodicarbonamide, also known as ADA. It’s an industrial chemical used in the plastics industry to produce small gas bubbles; almost like carbonated plastic. It’s what makes yoga mats and flip flops strong, light, and spongy. However, at some point, some yo-yo minded “food scientist” thought azodicarbonamide’s foam producing qualities would make bread better and commercial bakeries began to use it as a dough conditioner to make bread more fluffy. Yuck.
It’s been nearly three years since the Great East Japan Earthquake of March 11, 2011 but the after-effects continue. The earthquake and subsequent tsunami killed more than 20,000 men, women and children, devastated areas of northeast Japan, and brought untold horror and misery to many survivors. The core meltdown and release of radioactive material at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant exacerbated the already apocalyptic situation to a major Level 7 Nuclear disaster which even led Japan’s Prime Minister to fear for the existence of Japan!  The entire time, [...]
The utility companies are in cahoots with the government to reach into your home via “smart” meters. “Smart” meters are digital utility meters that collect [personal] information and send it out through wireless radiation. The negative effects of the smart meter program are profound and it’s already a complete lemon of an initiative.
The health benefits of iodine have been known for years but with the prevalence of iodine deficiency and recent radiation events like the Fukushima disaster, it’s more important now than ever before. But where does a person begin? Is all iodine the same? What does it even do?
This evening I’ll be part of a special episode of “Public Affairs Public Access Live” hosted By Emmett Abati Doe on Houston MediaSource. We’re going to cover the best ways to take care of yourself and also how to alleviate some of the perils of aging. We all age and it doesn’t have to be miserable, it’s time to stop giving aging a bad name. Tune in LIVE, tonight at 6:30pm CST at: http://www.hmstv.org/HMSLive.aspx We’ll also have a call-in segment to field your questions. I hope you’ll join us! -Dr. [...]
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