Monthly Archives: November 2013

A Delicate Balance

  “Ideally, the pH of our blood should be around 7.35 – 7.45 or slightly alkaline. This balance is so delicate – believe it or not – when the pH drops below 7.0, you could slip into a coma and die. If your pH is too high, you could experience a life-threatening seizure. Along with a poor diet, previously mentioned, emotional …

“An Invisible Fog of EMF”

“According to the BioInitiative Report: A Rationale for a Biologically-Based Public Exposure Standard for Electromagnetic Fields – from electrical and electronic appliances, power lines and wireless devices such as cell phones, cordless phones, cellular antennas, towers, and broadcast transmission towers – we live in an invisible fog of …

Heavy Metal Detectives

(By Lily Whitehawk)  Heavy metals are tricky little devils.  They are experts when it comes to sneaking into our water and air.  They bury themselves in shampoo, body products, cigarettes, make-up, disposable diapers, vaccinations, medications, tooth fillings, drink containers, and food. They hide in energy saving light bulbs, high fructose corn …

Mercury Rising – and It’s Not the Weather

(By Lily Whitehawk)  Auto immune diseases.  Mental disorders.  Headaches and migraines.  Memory loss.  Insomnia.  Lethargy.   Depression.  Anxiety disorders.  Arthritis.  Gingivitis.  Oral lesions.  Infertility.  Birth defects.  Autism.  Abdominal pain.  ADHD.  Asthma.  Allergies.  Muscle weakness.  Tinnitis.  Cancer. What a disheartening …

WiFi Technology: “A Gigantic Experiment”

“Claims that cell phones pose no health hazards are supported solely by Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) limits safety standards written by the telecommunications industry decades ago based on studies they funded. These have made the erroneous assumption that the only harm that could come from cell phone radiofrequency emissions would be from a …