Category Archives: Oral Hygiene

How to Identify Home Products that Cause Illness and Disease

Healthy longevity is important especially if we hope to enjoy retirement with our loved ones. Updated:  24 Aug 2018 I’ve known for years the chemicals in our consumer marketplace and environment has a direct correlation with disease and rising mortality rates. Through epidemiological, disease prevention and mortality rate studies and World Health Organization reports, etc., a direct connection with consumer products is found to have an effect on health and longevity. And that connection is the (more…)

Chronic Disease Caused by Consumer Demand

Traveling and enjoying good company keeps a mind and body healthy.  Marc at the Column, Astoria OR. One of the first articles I wrote in November 2007 was inspired by a network news and publications article titled “Is Cancer in Your Tub?”  What caught my attention were two glycol ether solvents used in everyday household, food and hygiene products.  Also a key ingredient used in anti-freeze.  Well I knew I didn’t want to drink or (more…)

Is Fluoride in Our City Water Necessary or Safe?

How much is too much prevention of our most precious consumable resource? Updated:  24 May 2014 In order to determine whether adding chemical fluoride to our public drinking water is safe, necessary or even beneficial for dental health it is wise to first understand its origins and industrial use history.  Yes, I did say chemical, as it is not well known to most that the fluoride added to 90% of many public’s drinking water sources (more…)

Defeat Bad Breath

Possibly Brushing and Flossing Would Help My Breath  Watch our Chow Dogs Play Fight – Very Entertaining  Unfortunately as we age our digestive and immune systems become less forgiving of what we put into our bodies.  If you couple this with poor hygiene, less exercise, poor consumer habits and mismanaged stress in our lives this is the perfect storm for chronic bad breath.  Although many mystery bad breath disorders originate from the intestines and stomach; (more…)

Is Bottled Water Safer Than Tap Water?

I decided to do a little research regarding bottled water to determine if it was safer, or better for your health.   Not only does my family drink bottled water but also many of my friends and family feel that bottled water is better than their own tap water.  I on the other hand am always under argument that our tap water is safe and most likely better quality than what’s purchased in the bottles.  I (more…)