Bentonite clay has strong internal cleansing properties and has become a popular ingredient in some detoxification programs. Many people have used bentonite clay to address symptoms of constipation [1], like bloating and gas. Some have even cited it as relieving symptoms of more serious conditions like Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

Few things are more annoying than the itching and scratching that accompanies a fat, juicy mosquito bite. When a mosquito bites us, we itch due to the residual saliva left behind from the insect’s feasting on our blood! Fortunately, just as Mother Nature has honored us with the presence of these buzzing nuisances, she has provided us with some natural home remedies for mosquito bites.

Zinc is necessary for many of the body’s processes and most people are chronically deficient in this vital mineral. It is an active agent in our body’s ability to metabolize food and nutrients. It is also involved with triggering over 100 differing internal enzymes required for many metabolic actions. Zinc is also crucial for the health of the human immune system. It aids growth through its role in protein building and synthesis, and is therefore particularly needed in pregnant and lactating women.

According to a lead developer of the Gardasil HPV vaccine, it may do more harm than good. This is coming from a recent report from both the Journal of the American Medical Association and the Philadelphia Bulletin (Update: Link deleted – Article is no longer available on the Bulletin’s website) presented highly controversial statements from one of the lead researchers and developers of Gardasil and Cervarix, two drugs currently being highly-touted as vaccines for the human papilloma virus (HPV).

We all know that we need adequate amounts of calcium in our diet for strong bones and teeth. Most people associate calcium with the consumption of cow’s milk, although recent research reveals a different story.

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