Dr. Lori Shemek is BACK to weigh in on what you can do to help prevent and heal the pain in your joints!
When we are young, the last thing on our mind is aching joints. Unfortunately, with the passage of time, we tend to feel Father Time’s impact upon our joints leaving us in pain and affecting our gait or grip.
The good news is that there is much we can do to prevent and heal joint pain that impedes a quality life.
Check out my top 5 tips to kick joint pain to the curb!
1) Drink More Water
Staying adequately hydrated is a game-changer when it comes to alleviating joint pain.
Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 30, 2019 3:56 pm
A shocking new study from the Environmental Working Group (EWG) has revealed that exposure to the cocktail of lethal carcinogens in America’s tap water causes or contributes to over 100,000 cancer cases in the US over a lifetime.
The peer-reviewed study puts much of the toxic culpability on the presence of three main contaminants found in the water supply to millions of homes:
This disturbing report means that more and more people are being prompted into finding a long-term, reliable solution to protect their family from contaminated tap water.
EWG Recommends Home Water Filters
The EWG has suggested installing individual water filters at home.
Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 19, 2019 7:19 pm
We shared the story about the Ecobricks initiative recently, and we’re excited to talk about another awesome way of using some of the millions of plastic bottles that otherwise would be headed to landfill: plastic bottle greenhouses.
This is such a fantastic idea and a great time of year to be trying it out! If you have any plants that you need to water over winter when the weather gets cooler, or like to start off seedlings nice and early, you can nurture your tender plants in an Earth-friendly way!
Aging water infrastructure - hardly ever out of the news these days - has a new spotlight trained on it. This time, the focus of the attention isn’t that pipelines are overstretched, underfunded, and creaking under the pressure of growing populations: it’s the opposite.
In this article – we’ll dissect the following questions many people may have about the aging water infrastructure and what can be used to help fix this problem: