Apr 5, 2011 5
The New American Family—mother and dad are overweight and the children are overweight, too: Obesity can now be inherited
If you have recently been to a U.S. theme park, it is startling to most to notice the waistlines of American families. Mom and Dad are overweight and more often than not, every child is overweight, too. Many experts were quick to comment that obesity must be related to genetic susceptibility. R...
Jan 19, 2010 9
The January 12, 2010, issue of Pulse of Health Freedom urged readers to pressure the FDA not to abolish structure/function claims for nutrients. Dr. Robert Verkerk, the executive and scientific director of ANH-Europe, identified the European Union and Codex Alimentarius as the source of the push to ...
Dec 22, 2009 12
Are Mothers-To-Be Unwittingly Passing BPA and Other Chemicals to Their Unborn Babies? And When Will the FDA Wake Up to These Dangers?
Consider these sobering facts: Children exposed to both tobacco smoke and lead are 800 percent more likely to develop ADHD. (more…)...
Jun 11, 2013 0
Regarding the Consumer Reports article, “Dietitians can provide skilled advice on how to eat more healthfully” [June 3], reprinted in Washington Post: Instead of encouraging consumers to improve their health via nutritional advice tailored to their personal needs and resources, this “artic...
Mar 29, 2011 2
International threats to natural health, and a fun ANH cocktail hour and awards ceremony, are just two of the exciting happenings at iMosaic. (more…)...
Feb 17, 2009 0
Scientific Freedom of Speech in Medical Journals—What Role Does Pharmaceutical Advertising Play Regarding Vitamin Supplements?
In a recently published peer-reviewed study, researchers from Wake Forest University School of Medicine and the University of Florida found that in major medical journals, more pharmaceutical advertising is associated with publishing fewer articles about dietary supplements. The research also note...
Mar 30, 2015 0
May 17, 2016 0
by Ronald Hoffman, MD “All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.” Arthur Schopenhauer, German philosopher (1788 – 1860) To this we might add, in this era of click-bait journalism, a fourth stage:...
Dec 4, 2017 3
Many articles and papers have been written that implicate estrogen in connection to breast cancer. While this is a well accepted factor now in treatment of breast cancer, less written about is the importance of progesterone for the prevention of breast cancer. Progesterone reduces estrogen’s stim...
Feb 23, 2010 11
Reading a complete list of chemicals contained in their shampoo, conditioner, lotion, moisturizer, hairstyling products, deodorant, cosmetics and cologne would shock most consumers. A recent study found that the average British woman wears over 500 chemicals every day. Clearly, American women do the...