In recent years, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has preferred a relatively nonchalant approach to the carcinogenic chemical that’s present in food containers and drink bottles across the country, declining to upgrade the risk in line with scientists’ concerns.
Experts in the field have long felt the FDA’s position has jarred with the more cautionary scientific view.
“The stance the FDA’s had for a number of years is probably narrow-sighted.” – Christopher Kassotis, University of Missouri
For many people, 2020 is the Big One. It’s the start of a new decade and all of those promises that we keep making to ourselves about being healthier? This is the year that we get it done.
2020: The Year of the Hydrogen Water Ionizer
Maybe it’s the incoming new decade, but a growing consciousness about our health and the constant worry that tap water just isn’t good for us anymore, that’s prompted many people to make 2020 the year they buy a water ionizer.
There’s something a bit existential about the New Year. It prompts us to look back at what has passed, and then firmly look forward …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On December 23, 2019 4:35 pm
We live in the age of the Mocktail. More and more people are giving alcohol a swerve and discovering how fabulous (and hangover-free!) a perfectly made Mocktail can be.
Mixologists are constantly scrambling to create the “Next Big Thing” and many of them are using their skills to produce alcohol-free Mocktails that definitely don’t need alcohol to make them taste awesome.
Classic Holiday Drink Recipes Using Ionized Alkaline Water
We’ve showcased a few of the most celebrated Mocktails right here, ready for your next celebration.
Try them straight off the page, or experiment with your own twist!
Posted by: Rhona Reid On December 11, 2019 9:01 pm
Whatever your age or style, practicing good oral care is one thing that most of us tend to strive for. Forget Botox injections or anti-aging fillers – clean, white teeth and healthy gums knock the years off like nothing else!
Below – we’ll dive into what good oral care looks like and what you can drink to give you a healthy, natural smile that shines bright:
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.