Dem Bones: Do High Protein Diets Cause Bone Loss?

Sally Fallon and Mary G. Enig The protein theory was rst presented in 19681 and followed up in 1972 with a study comparing bone density of vegetarians and meat eaters … The authors of the study attribute the decline in bone mass to the high protein diet of the Eskimos, especially its high meat content. […]

Bone Health and Osteoporosis: An Orthomolecular Perspective

Richard Z. Cheng and Thomas E. Levy Osteoporosis, like most other disease, is caused by many factors including deficiencies of essential nutrients such as vitamin D. But the central dogma has been promoting just prescription drugs and calcium supplements. This strategy sounds simple and straightforward, but unfortunately not only does it not work, it may […]

The Borax Conspiracy

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Walter Last Due to their content of boron, borax and boric acid have basically the same health effects, with good antiseptic, antifungal, and antiviral properties but only mild antibacterial action. In plants as well as animals boron is essential for the integrity and function of cell walls, and the way signals are transmitted across membranes. […]

Lead Toxicity Linked to 1 in 5 Deaths

Joseph Mercola Lead is one of three toxins shown to have the greatest negative impact on your lifespan. By competing with calcium at the cellular level, lead can disrupt several bodily systems, including your cardiovascular and neurological systems. Research published in 2018 found lead levels in adults are strongly correlated with a higher risk of […]

What are the Health Benefits of Vitamin K2?

Joseph Mercola Vitamin K1 and K2 are necessary for optimal health. While K1 is important for blood clotting, K2 is necessary for your heart, bone, hormonal and kidney health. Vitamin K2 is highly beneficial as it ensures calcium is not deposited in your arteries but transported to your bones and teeth where it belongs, reducing […]