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June 30, 2016

Bad GMO Labeling Bill Fast-Tracked

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Bad GMO Labeling Bill Fast-Tracked

Last night, members of Congress used a procedural trick to fast-track the new GMO labeling bill, meaning that this gift to Big Food and the biotech industry could be voted on as early as next week. CALL YOUR SENATOR!!

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Food Democracy Now Issues a Red Alert

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Food Democracy Now Issues A Red Alert

Food Democracy Now issues a red alert to reveal that Monsanto is trying to kill GMO labeling laws. Call Your Senator. Learn more at http://ecowatch.com/2016/06/30/gmo-label-law-vermont/

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Call Your Senator – Label GMO Foods

 

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HAPPY NATIONAL SOCIAL MEDIA DAY

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HAPPY NATIONAL SOCIAL MEDIA DAY

Bragg Social Media Specialist Cheryl Kelmar participated on the PINK float for Peace in Santa Barbara’s Solstice Parade. The theme of Santa Barbara’s infamous Solstice parade for 2016, was “Legends”.

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Cheryl Kelmar (in middle) with ‘Pink float for Peace’ participants, including Kimi’s dad from Vancouver.

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June 29, 2016

Lighten Sun & Age Spots With Apple Cider Vinegar

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Lighten Sun & Age Spots with Apple Cider Vinegar

Age spots are the result of an excess production of melanin, or skin pigment. Doctors don’t always know why age spots develop. Skin aging, sun exposure, or other forms of ultraviolet (UV) light exposure, such as tanning beds, are all possible causes. Add 1/2 cup of Apple Cider Vinegar to a small basin of warm water. Then, place both hands into the mixture.

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Remove Age Spots with Apple Cider Vinegar

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Cider Vinegar and Honey Ice Cream to Debut at Wimbledon.

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Cider vinegar and honey ice cream to debut at Wimbledon

Spectators at this year’s tennis championship at Wimbledon will be able to enjoy a new summer treat to go with the traditional strawberries with cream, after Scottish restaurant team Monachyle Mhor Kitchen developed a cider vinegar ice cream.

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June 28, 2016

Starry Night at the Farm Event

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Starry Night at the Farm Event

Bragg participated in goody bag sponsorship to raise money for Farm Aid. Event Starry Night at the Farm was held last Saturday June 25th in Brooklyn at Villain restaurant consisted of a 3 course dinner created by world renowned chefs. (modfarmer.com)

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Benefits of Epsom Salt Baths: A Powerful (and Cheap!) Detoxifier

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Benefits of Epsom Salt Baths: A Powerful (and Cheap!) Detoxifier

Epsom salts have been used to treat a variety of health ailments by numerous cultures for centuries. Epsom salt baths have astounding health benefits and are an excellent way to de­stress and detoxify the whole body. However, these salts are not just beneficial for healing the human body. ­They are are useful as household cleaners and can even nourish the garden. You can find bulk Epsom salts at gardening stores almost everywhere, making them a real health bargain.

The name Epsom salts comes from its origination of a bitter saline spring found at Epsom in Surrey, England. Unlike other naturally occurring salts, Epsom salts are formed from a pure mineral compound containing magnesium and sulfate. Both magnesium and sulfate stimulate detoxification pathways in the body.

Epsom Salt Baths Help Prevent Magnesium Deficiency

More than 325 enzymes in our bodies require magnesium to properly function. Magnesium stimulates nerve and muscle function, limits inflammation, and improves oxygenation and blood flow through the body. Deficiencies in magnesium can cause significant damage to nerves which manifest in symptoms associated with depression.

Magnesium and sulfate are both fine consistency minerals that can be absorbed through our skin and taken up into the bloodstream. Just as your skin perspires to remove toxins through your pores, these same pores also allow minerals in.

Recall the process of reverse osmosis to understand the process which moves toxins out of the body and pulls magnesium and sulfate inward. When you soak in bathwater containing epsom salts, reverse osmosis occurs to help cleanse your body.

How Epsom Salt Baths Help Cancer Patients

Magnesium can also improve cancer patients overall wellbeing. Both the struggles of being a cancer patient as well as a lack of magnesium in the body are associated with symptoms of depression. Taking Epsom salt baths daily can help relieve symptoms of the illness and also reduce anxiety and irritability and improve sleep patterns.

Other symptoms such as constipation (a common side effect of chemotherapeutic drugs) can also be relieved by taking Epsom salt baths. Magnesium salt promotes gastric activity in the intestines which provides a laxative effect. The stimulation of movement in the gut and colon further promotes detoxification processes.

Sulfates are essential for the optimal health of joints, skin, and nervous tissue. When absorbed through the skin, sulfates can promote the health of these tissues. Sulfates also bind toxic impurities in the liver to render them less hazardous. Specifically, the sulfur component of sulfate salts is what binds to toxins, ensuring their elimination from the body.

The once fat­-soluble toxin stored in the liver tissue is metabolized, becoming water soluble. It can then be effectively excreted as waste in urine. This detoxification pathway is referred to as Phase 2 liver detoxification, also known as the conjugation pathway. It is especially critical in cancer patients who have been overloaded with toxic chemotherapy drugs.

Phase 2 liver detoxification is dependent on co-factors such as sulfur to be absorbed by the body. In other words, without sulfur or other substances which bind to impurities, toxins from drugs and the environment accumulate and remain stored in the liver, causing dysfunction. When Phase 2 detoxification pathways are impaired, individuals may have symptoms of nausea, headaches and migraines, chronic fatigue, infections, chemical sensitivities, and bloating.

Cancer patients are particularly susceptible to these health concerns because of the high dose chemotherapeutic drugs used in treatment. Phase 2 detoxification pathways are involved in breaking down drugs and removing them from the body.

Epsom Salt Baths Reduce Inflammation

Epsom salts have been shown to improve many conditions associated with inflammation. Daily Epsom salt baths can treat gout, athlete’s foot, toenail fungus, bruises, sprains, and relax sore muscles. Individuals struggling with a chronic illness can also find pain relief from Epsom salt baths. This is due to the natural ability of the salts to pull out harmful toxins, improving both mineral and sulfur balance in the body.

However, you should not take Epsom salt baths if you are pregnant, have exposed cuts or burns on your skin, or are severely dehydrated. People who suffer from cardiovascular disease should first consult your doctor to see if it is safe to begin an Epsom salt bath regimen.

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Dr. Patricia Bragg Interviews Dr. Richard Diehl

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Dr. Patricia Bragg interviews Dr. Richard Diehl

Richard Diehl has maintained a successful private practice since 1974.  He’s a Certified Nutrition Therapist (CNT).  He specializes in nutritional and gentle detoxification approaches to health.  As an Acupuncturist he utilizes both needle and needle-free techniques including Neural Therapy.

He’s also a Certified Advanced Rolfing® (Structural Integration) Practitioner, having studied directly with Dr. Ida Rolf. He is a Certified Traditional Naturopath®, having passed the ANMA national exam.

Richard has lectured at Universities and centers in 9 countries on 5 continents.  His background is very eclectic, and he has attended a variety of trainings and classes too numerous to list.

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June 24, 2016

The Importance of Phytonutrients

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June 23, 2016

Jennifer Burns Is the Host of Cooking Delight on Fox13 in Salt Lake City

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Jennifer Burns is the host of Cooking Delight on Fox13 in Salt Lake City

Jennifer Burns uses and supports Bragg products on her daily cooking show on Fox13 Salt Lake City, called Cooking Delight. Find Jennifer at http://hostjenniferburns.com/.

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Jennifer Burns, host of Cooking Delight on Fox13

 

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