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By HealthPost on April 26, 2017
Iodine deficiency is an epidemic It was once thought that iodine’s only use was to correct thyroid function. Fortunately, we now know that it is important to have sufficient iodine intake for the functioning of the whole […]
By HealthPost on April 10, 2017
Activated charcoal has honeycomb like characteristics which give it a very large surface area and makes it highly adsorptive. This term means that when taken internally the product draws gases and toxins present in the […]
By HealthPost on March 29, 2017
There are few things that cause as much consternation when they set in as unexplained dizziness. While most people associate the feeling with either childhood games and spinning around, or the much more adult feeling […]
By HealthPost on March 27, 2017
Matcha powder is an easy and simple way to add a powerful punch to your health each day. Matcha quite simply delivers a mega dose of antioxidants. Antioxidants are natural chemicals that are manufactured in […]
By HealthPost on March 7, 2017
Stress comes in many different forms and degrees of intensity. And while short bursts of mild to moderate stress is good for our health (e.g. learning, responsible calorie restriction, and moderate levels of exercise), prolonged and […]