Pharmacist Ben Fuchs

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Pharmacist Ben blogs posts, radio show, news and products to benefit your quality of life. We dig deep into the topics of health, nutrition, supplements.

  • Melanin is Really Important Stuff!Melanin is Really Important Stuff!
    If you’re interested in boosting melanin production, think tyrosine. This essential amino acid is not made in the body and to keep you’re levels adequate you’ve got to make sure you’re getting in the diet. Good sources of tyrosine include seaweed, spirulina soy, eggs cheese, quinoa, avocados and pumpkin seeds. You can also use tyrosine supplements.
  • The Bright Side MissionThe Bright Side Mission
    And so, as the name “The Bright Side” itself states, there is always a “bright side” when it comes to our health and any diseases we or our loved ones might be suffering from, which is that we can be our own doctors and healthcare providers! The Bright Side is committed to the idea that the body’s healing processes and optimal health can begin immediately if we arm ourselves with the proper knowledge ..

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  • Hard Ketones: A Healthy Alternative to Standard Alcoholic Beverages
    by Stephanie on December 28, 2023 at 6:18 pm

    THE ULTIMATE, HEALTHY ALTERNATIVE TO ALCOHOL THAT STILL GIVES YOU A PLEASANT BUZZ: HARD KETONES! By Nora Gedgaudas SO… In the spirit of holiday and New Year’s Eve celebrations, I would like to make mention of The post Hard Ketones: A Healthy Alternative to Standard Alcoholic Beverages appeared first on Price-Pottenger.

  • Call for Article Submissions to the Journal of Health and Healing
    by Stephanie on December 18, 2023 at 1:29 am

    Dear Friend, I hope this message finds you in good health and high spirits. I am pleased to extend an invitation for you to contribute to our highly respected publication, the Journal of The post Call for Article Submissions to the Journal of Health and Healing appeared first on Price-Pottenger.

  • Weston A. Price’s work and its relevance to today
    by Admin on December 12, 2023 at 5:14 pm

    My own introduction to the work of Weston A. Price likely bears a similarity to the way in which many reading this have initially come across him: through his many amazing photographs. They The post Weston A. Price’s work and its relevance to today appeared first on Price-Pottenger.

  • Eco-friendly plastics not working: Biodegradable substances still harming ocean life
    by Michael on May 20, 2024 at 3:03 pm

    By John Anderer ‘Biodegradable plastics may not be the silver bullet to plastic pollution as we believe them to be.’ DUNEDIN, New Zealand — Biodegradable plastics are often hailed as a helpful step in the right direction toward fighting plastic pollution, but noteworthy research is throwing... Continue reading...

  • Eating These Vegetables Lower Inflammation and Mortality Risk
    by Michael on May 18, 2024 at 3:45 pm

    By GreenMedInfo Research Group Could the secret to a longer, healthier life be hiding in your vegetable drawer? A new study suggests that consuming cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower may lower inflammation and reduce mortality risk. A recent study published in the Journal of Medicinal Food has... Continue reading...

  • Go outside for your sanity! Spending 67 minutes outdoors refreshes mental health
    by Michael on May 17, 2024 at 3:59 pm

    By Chris Melore As the weather heats up, Americans are united on one thing — it’s time to get out of the house! On average, people need to spend 67 minutes outside each day to feel refreshed, according to a new survey. The poll of... Continue reading...

  • Extreme heat associated with children's asthma hospital visits
    on May 20, 2024 at 4:28 pm

    Extreme heat events were associated with increased asthma hospital visits, according to new research.

  • Body's 'message in a bottle' delivers targeted cancer treatment
    on May 20, 2024 at 4:27 pm

    Researchers have succeeded in delivering targeted cancer treatment via small membrane bubbles that our cells use to communicate. A new study shows that the treatment reduces tumor growth and improves survival in mice.

  • New mechanisms behind antibiotic resistance
    on May 20, 2024 at 4:27 pm

    Two newly discovered mechanisms in bacteria have been identified that can contribute to the development of antibiotic resistance. Changing the number of copies of resistance genes in bacteria increases antibiotic resistance, and can do so very quickly. These two mechanisms, along with a third known mechanism, can occur independently of each other, even […]

    • The Paleo Diet: A Second Look at GrainsThe Paleo Diet: A Second Look at Grains
      Try making a small protein drink with 2-3 tablespoons of a quality protein powder supplement. Try to get 15 to 20 grams of protein. Read the labels. If you’re near a blender, you can crack in an egg, blend in some frozen organic fruit, add some good oil and sprinkle in some stevia powder or xylitol for a little sweetness. Protein is quite satisfying and you’ll find the need for carbohydrates to be considerably weakened.
    • Stem Cells and Skin CareStem Cells and Skin Care
      Can topically applied human stem cell-containing products really have an effect on the skin? Well, that an interesting question that is unfortunately impossible to answer. That’s because human stem cells are tightly regulated by the FDA. As of April 2014, the FDA has not approved any stem cell-based products for consumer or patient use, other than ..

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    • Biological ‘message in a bottle’ delivers cancer drugs straight to tumors
      by StudyFinds Staff on May 20, 2024 at 8:57 pm

      SOLNA, Sweden — Immunotherapy has emerged as a powerful weapon in the fight against cancer. By unleashing the body’s immune system to attack tumors, immunotherapy drugs like checkpoint inhibitors have led to dramatic recoveries for some patients with advanced cancers. However, these treatments don’t work for everyone, and scientists are searching for ways to make… The post Biological […]

    • Why do we overindulge? Distractions spoil the enjoyment of everyday pleasures
      by Shyla Cadogan, RD on May 20, 2024 at 7:38 pm

      GHENT, Belgium — Eating while distracted is one of the easiest ways to overeat. When you go to the movies and get a large popcorn, think about how easy it is to eat a ton of salty snacks while watching the big screen. Now, think about how much less likely you are to overeat if… The post Why do we overindulge? Distractions spoil the enjoyment of everyday pleasures by Shyla Cadogan, RD appeared […]

    • Exploring The Most Binge-Worthy Harrison Ford Movies
      by Jilly Hite on May 20, 2024 at 7:21 pm

      Harrison Ford. The name itself conjures images of whip-cracking archaeologists, fearless smugglers, and presidents facing down disaster. With a career spanning decades, Ford has left an indelible mark on cinema. But with so many iconic roles, where do you even begin? This guide dives into the thrilling world of Harrison Ford movies, ranking his most… The post Exploring The Most Binge-Worthy […]

      • Are Carrot tops edible? And what to make with them!
        by Bett on January 21, 2024 at 2:31 pm

        If you are wondering whether carrot tops are edible – we have the scoop! If you don’t feel like reading to the end of the article for your answer, then I will simply give it to you now – YES, carrot tops are edible, so you might want to think again before you throw them... Are Carrot tops edible? And what to make with them! appeared first on The […]

      • Does Metamucil Help you lose weight? Spoiler: I lost 10 pounds in 1 month
        by Bett on January 15, 2024 at 2:47 pm

        If you are wondering whether Metamucil helps you to lose weight, we have the inside scoop. My parents have been using Metamucil for years to help them go to the toilet (they’re very constipated LOL). I used to rag them out BIG time and tell them how disgusting Metamucil was so I felt like a... Does Metamucil Help you lose weight? Spoiler: I lost 10 pounds […]

      • Are Red Potatoes Dyed? Or are they Naturally Red?
        by Bett on January 14, 2024 at 1:32 pm

        Are red potatoes naturally red? Yes and no. It is indeed possible that the red potatoes you are eating are in fact dyed! I know outrageous.  Why are red potatoes dyed? Well, spraying potatoes red is done by farmers to make them look super fresh. Consumers think the redder the fresher. But, that does not... Are Red Potatoes Dyed? Or are they Naturally Red? […]