We’re all well aware of just how toxic the environment has become, and in turn, how toxic the human body has become.Read More
Dr. Clark Store's Blog
How many times a day do your visit the bathroom?Read More
With the onset of cold weather comes dry skin. And the simple loss of skin moisture can set off a chain reaction of chapping, cracking, itching, and inflammation. Not to mention, it’s just not attractive.Read More
The liver is the second largest organ in the body. And for good reason, too – it does so much in terms of regulating and maintaining many live-sustaining tasks, including metabolic and hormonal functions. It’s also the body’s main detoxification organ, so you should be doing all you can to keep your liver in peak performing condition.Read More
Before I moved to the mountains, I used to get my acrylic nails refreshed every three weeks. I loved the camaraderie with my long-time manicurist and regular customers, and I loved trying out different colors and sometimes indulging in some nail art.Read More
The advent of canned food was a lifesaver back in the day. But have we sullied its reputation for convenience by adding questionable chemicals?Read More
August is National Water Quality Month. If you’re familiar with Dr. Hulda Clark’s protocols for health, you know how important water quality is.
According to Dr. Clark and other health pioneers, clean water is imperative not only for drinking, but also for bathing. Remember, your skin is a porous organ that absorbs whatever substances are on it – including water and the contaminants lurking in it.
A great misconception is that tap water is safe because it’s regulated by governing municipalities. When in fact, local governments regulate the addition of life-threatening chemicals for “health and safety” reasons. These practices are being scrutinized after the effects on human health are becoming clearer.
But can you really trust your elected officials to ensure safe water supplies? It might be time for you to take matters into your own hands.Read More
If you’re a health conscious cook, baker or just a foodie you’ve probably heard the warnings about non-stick cookware and the potential health risks they’ve been linked to.Read More
About six months ago we discussed light pollution and ways to mitigate it. Since they often go hand-in-hand, I’d also like to address noise pollution. The EPA’s definition of noise pollution is “unwanted or disturbing sound.” Sound becomes unwanted or disturbing when it interferes with normal life. Not being able to sleep or have a conversation disrupts or diminishes our quality of life. Common sources of noise pollution can include vehicle traffic, aircraft, railroads, factories, construction, barking dogs, boom cars, motorcycles, jet skis, leaf blowers, stadiums, generators, and car alarms.Read More
As we continue to creep up on the New Year, perhaps you might be thinking about changes you want to make in 2015. The time to set the ubiquitous New Year’s Resolution is upon us! But why not think about it as a chance to make a permanent change to how you’re living your life? A simple change in your daily routine that is beneficial to your health. Make 2015 the year you eliminate the harmful and unnecessary chemicals from your personal care products!
There’s the popular saying that “beauty is only skin deep.” But biology and chemistry go much deeper. The chemicals you put on your body don’t simply evaporate in air. They get absorbed by the skin – a highly porous organ.Read More