Tag: <span>zinc</span>

Copper Levels, Are We Getting Too Much or Too Little?!

Today’s professional reading was from a lady who regularly did hair sample tests in her private practice in the years leading to 1975 when she wrote her 8pg paper on trace minerals and toxicity levels. She regularly noted copper and lead toxicity to some degree in higher curve patients, but …

When the Conditions a Set of Nutrients Treats, Span Similar Ailments

Back in 2006, Orthomolecular.org released this quote in a news article: “(OMNS, April 26, 2006) New clinical reports from Zambia, Uganda and South Africa indicate that AIDS may be stopped by nutritional supplementation. A number of members of the medical profession have observed that high doses of the trace element …

Monkey Business Round Two, And the Foods You can Use to Deal with It

Are you as tired of warnings turning out to be predictions as I am? The concept of a warning being ostensibly about something that “might” happen, usually means there is a chance it “won’t” happen, particularly if necessary actions to avoid it take place. But what happens if there are …

Riddle Me This, October! The Answer May Sustain You!

What is round, orange, grows on the ground, and only shows up in October? What is found smashed on door steps, scattered in livestock yards, or falling out of garbage bags the animals broke into, as it waits for the garbage truck at the curb? If your answer was “pumpkins”, …