Aluminum is the third most abundant element (after oxygen and silicon) and is present in our air, food, and water. Everyday uses of aluminum include foil wrap, soda cans, cookware, cosmetics, anti-perspirants, baking powder and antacids. Aluminum is also deployed
Reader writes, On talk shows about autism and other health subjects, I hear references to methylation. Can you explain this process to me and how it relates to sulfur?
Let’s address that commonly asked question by focusing on the cause of many modern illnesses via a passing nod to that time-honored expression, ‘Rome was not built in a day.’
At the Wise Traditions 2012 Conference held earlier this month, Dr. Stephanie Seneff overturned commonly held views about the health effects of cholesterol and sunlight and offered insights about sulfur based on her years of research.