Artificial food coloring can be found in nearly all processed foods today. Food dyes are any dye, pigment, or solid that imparts color to food. The most common artificial colorings still in use today were approved by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) in 1931, including Blue No. 1, Yellow No. 5, and Red No. 3. Artificial food dyes were originally developed from coal tar, just like aspirin was, but now are derived from petroleum products.Read More
Dr. Clark Store's Blog
As Dr. Hulda Clark’s birthday approaches, we at Self Health Resource Center find ourselves fondly remembering the great caretaker who gave so much to the world. Dr. Hulda Clark, my mentor and my inspiration, was an internationally renowned research scientist and author of several best-selling books dealing with herbal cleanses. Dr. Clark began her studies in biology at the University of Saskatchewan where she was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, and a Master of Arts degree in biology with high honors. She studied cellular biology and radioactivity among other subjects, and received her doctorate degree in physiology in 1958.Read More
Since 1993, Self Health Resource Center (SHRC)/Dr. Clark Store has uncompromisingly pursued the making of the purest, most potent bioavailable dietary supplements.
In Jakarta, Indonesia, people from young children to old folks are lying down on railroad tracks.
As you may know Dr. Clark claimed that foreign made dryer belts contain asbestos - this according to her findings with the Syncrometer.
Spring is here and so is our renewed commitment to a healthy lifestyle.
And if there was ever a time for a healthy body detox, it's now. Ever wonder how many toxic chemicals our bodies absorb every day? Well, according to a 2011 report from the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics and some fact-checking from SaferChemicals.org, the average American is exposed to more than 120 chemicals a day, many of which are likely linked to cancer, birth defects, asthma, allergies, and other health problems.
While some toxins are a by-product of where you live, others occur naturally. The good news is our bodies have a natural way of dealing with toxins. And actually, we are our own first line of defense.
So here's something to think about. If our bodies were a business, our kidneys would undoubtedly be the CEO. That's how vital these organs are to our health. The bad news is, our kidneys are one of the most under-appreciated organs in our bodies.
Picture your kidneys as delicate fist sized beans lodged to the left and right of your lower rib cage. These bean shaped organs act as filters and are the last step in your body's natural ability to detoxify itself.
And if your kidneys are functioning under stress, your health can suffer. Healthy kidneys, combined with the liver, free up your body's natural resources to help you fight disease and illness. So why not consider a kidney cleanse?
Did you know the kidney is actually a self-cleaning organ if you consume the right amount of fluids? These can take the form of fruits and their juices, vegetables, lots of water, and kidney teas.
According to Dr. Clark and her approach to self health, a kidney cleanse is a procedure used to dissolve deposits inside the kidneys that can lead to kidney stones. You'll notice kidney cleanses can vary in their approach, but in most cases the cleanse will combine herbs, vitamins and minerals into a synergistic blend to flush out your kidneys.
You may have come across this medical device while poking around through your grandpa’s old attic, or maybe even perusing an interesting display case at your local library of commons. The picture to your right was taken of a device on display in a museum in Iceland.