10 Chemicals Linked to Behavioral Difficulties

IAS News 1 June 2015 | 2 Comments

According to reports disorders of neuro-behavioral development affect 10-15% of ALL births, which is something to be rather concerned about. A study published in the Lancet Neurology has correlated these findings to a list of chemicals that are commonly found in our homes, as well as our food, water and air supply – adding to the marketing of ... Read More

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Multivitamins and the Contentious Link to Disease

IAS News 29 April 2015 | 2 Comments

You may have seen recent reports in the media about how taking a multivitamin could have detrimental effects on the body; including an increased chance of suffering from cardiovascular problems or cancer. However closer research into these reports suggests that all may not as it seems.

The first gaping hole in the findings came from the fact ... Read More

Increasing Use of Statins

IAS News 20 April 2015 | 0 Comments

If a doctor was to offer you statins it would you even think for one moment not to take them? After all doctors should know best when it comes to prescribing medicines, right? However recent changes to guidelines have left almost everyone being eligible to be taking such medication. Even those who have only a 7% risk of having a ... Read More

Fluoride in Water Gives Increased Risk of Thyroid Problems

IAS News 2 April 2015 | 1 Comment

Did you know that up to 67% of Americans have fluoride added to their water? This decision was hailed as one of the biggest and most positive ‘achievements’ for the health of the nation, and was sold to the public as being an end to having dental cavities. However the original research has since been seriously debunked and now it ... Read More

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Are You Getting Enough Iodine?

IAS News 25 March 2015 | 1 Comment

Did you know that many Americans are increasingly iodine deficient? Since the 1970’s the amount of iodine being consumed by the average American has decreased due to changes in the food and dietary habits. It is also known that not only are people taking in less iodine but the receptors which absorb whatever iodine is being consumed are ... Read More

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Fiber to help Suppress Appetite

IAS News 9 February 2015 | 0 Comments

Dr Garry Gordon has long extolled the huge benefits of a good detoxing, and Beyond Fiber is one product that may be of huge benefit to those wishing to help deal with fat soluble toxins. For many years now there has been the belief that a high fiber diet can help to keep obesity at bay; however the ... Read More

Melatonin and its potential help for Ebola sufferers

IAS News 21 January 2015 | 0 Comments

Melatonin has long been linked to helping with sleep patterns, by keeping the circadian rhythm in check. However it does have several other beneficial uses that are rarely thought about. This particular blog will take a look at how it may help those who have been infected with the Ebola virus.

It is thought that many of the symptoms ... Read More

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Flu Vaccine – The Hidden Details

IAS News 30 December 2014 | 0 Comments

It is the time of the year when doctors recommend to a large variety of people to get the flu vaccine in order to offer some protection against this potentially complicated illness. The lengthy list of people who are recommended to get the flu vaccine seems to get longer each year, and while it is a good idea to get ... Read More

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Vitamin D and Seasonal Affective Disorder

IAS News 11 December 2014 | 0 Comments

We have brought several stories over the years linking vitamin D deficiencies to increased risk of asthma, chronic pain, high blood pressure, muscle weakness, poor oral health, diabetes and many others. Recently it has been suggested that it could also be linked to Seasonal Affective Disorder.

Seasonal Affective Disorder is thought to affect up to 10% of the population, ... Read More

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Benefits of Taking High Quality Vitamin C

IAS News 2 December 2014 | 0 Comments

Earlier this year reports showed that high doses of vitamin C, in excess of 500mg orally, may help to improve the health of the thin layer of cells that line blood vessels. Those that suffer from arterial stiffness, where the blood flow isn’t as smooth as in other healthy individuals, would benefit the most from the ... Read More

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