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Your Most Common Health Questions Answered

Microphone and computer; exercising consistent health habits.

Most of our patients are doing everything they can to get better, including evaluating their daily habits to see what might have a negative effect on their health goals. We wanted to address a couple of the most common ones about cell phone radiation and the safety of tap water. Cell phones and microwaves do emit radiation, and tap water can have some harmful substances in it, but cell phones are unavoidable, and you need water to live, so what can you do about it? Let’s take a closer look at these issues and some possible solutions. Listen today to get your most common health questions answered!

Common Health Questions

  • Is my cell phone killing me?
  • Can Vitamin D really save my life? Do you really need to take four times the recommended daily dose?
  • Is it okay to cleanse your body by fasting from time to time?
  • Can I trust my tap water? Does it make any difference if I buy bottled water?
  • Is my microwave giving me cancer?
  • How long am I contagious when I have the flu or cold?
  • Can I trust my tap water? Does it make any difference if I buy bottled water?

For example, tap water goes through intense filtration systems and is tested for contaminants often. However, the purification methods they use do not get out some potentially dangerous substances. Certain heavy metals and chemicals like chlorine, bromine, and flouride are often still found in tap water.

Find out the answers to these questions and all about the new products we are now carrying and what they replace.

Product Mentioned in Today’s Show:

D3 + K2 Ultra – Clinical research suggests that the combination of vitamin D3 plus K2 together help provide support for healthy cardiovascular function, bone health, and immune system function.

You can also listen to our Most Common Health Questions Answered episode on our YouTube channel here.

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