Q.: Is it true that sodium fluoride in toothpaste is bad for you? James   KLAUS FERLOW REPLIES: Absolutely, yes! Sodium fluoride is derived from hydrofluoric acid which is produced by a reaction between sulphuric acid and fluorspar, an ore rich in calcium fluoride, which is a toxic chemical. In fact, fluoride is the main […]

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Are you familiar with the mid-morning blues? That feeling that even after eight hours of sleep you could have used at least another two? You may be deficient in magnesium. Along with sodium, potassium and calcium, magnesium is one of the four macro-minerals, essential to all life. A study in the 1960s by American physician […]

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Glucose or sugar isn’t normally present in urine, since normally all the glucose is re-absorbed by the kidneys as part of normal renal function. Various factors determine the composition of urine, besides how well the kidneys function. For example, what and how much one drinks and eats, the amount of exercise taken, and certain medications […]

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