Evening Primrose Oil (EPO) — Gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) ;The oil that comes from the seeds of the evening primros
Uranium is probably toxic, but there is little direct exposure to it. Radon, however, which comes from the radioactive decay of uranium, is a
Thallium has again become a toxicity concern. Discovered in the 1800s by Sir William Crookes, it was used in medical treatments, for venereal diseases, gout, and
Antimony is probably only slightly toxic in human beings, though in rats it affects the heart and reduces the life span. We obtain antimony mainly from food and water, with some from the air.
Mercury or "quicksilver," is a shiny liquid metal that is a widespread environmental contaminant. It is fairly toxic, though the metallic mercury is
Even though alcohol is in such general use worldwide, the regular consumption of alcoholic beverages is a serious health hazard and definitely a nutritional problem. Alcoholic beverages made by the fermentation of grains or fruits have been used for...
Fruits are considered nature's perfect foods. They are the only pure offering from nature, as a ripe fruit from the tree may actually drop into