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Indoor Air Quality

A major part of how healthy we are comes from how clean the air we breathe really is. Fumes and carcinogens from factories and automobile exhaust, and tons of other harmful gases are all around us. These are dangerous molecules to inhale, and they also decrease the actual amount of oxygen in the air. Now, consider this: most of our airborne toxins are inhaled while we're inside because we spend most of our lives indoors whether it's in offices, homes, schools, churches. And since that's where most of our time […]

Keeping your body clean on the inside is one of the best things you can do to stay healthy and, as such, many people regularly perform colon cleansing and liver cleansing routines. Harmful organism cleanses and toxic metal cleanses are also common, beneficial, and recommended. But did you know there are measures you can take to keep your lungs clean too? It's important to have healthy lungs, as a pair, they're one of the most active organs in the body and certainly one of the most important. We can go […]

The end of the year is a stressful time at work, with deadlines to meet, coworkers on vacation, and new projects and priorities to start thinking about. It's also the time of year when sickness goes around, especially at the office. The stresses of life paired with a tired and taxed immune system can slow down anyone. Fortunately, following a few simple steps can help keep you well this winter. (more…)

Oxygen is a colorless, odorless gas.[1] It is a chemical element and you can find it on the periodic table with the atomic number 8. Oxygen is the third most abundant element in the universe and makes up over 20% of the earth’s atmosphere.[2] In the human body, oxygen is the single most abundant element, making up 65% of body mass.[3] You're breathing oxygen nearly every second of every day and it's clearly very important. So, let's look at a few of the ways the human body uses oxygen. (more…)