So Many Snack Bars, So Relatively Few Healthy Options

Posted on Wednesday, January 17th, 2018

Let’s take a minute to talk about snack bars. No, not that kind of snack bar. This kind: Granola bars. Energy bars. Nutrition bars. Whatever you call them, they’re certainly tasty and convenient. What’s not to love? How about the massive amount of sugar some of these products can contain, not to mention a veritable […]


Just How Common Is BPA in Dental Sealants?

Posted on Wednesday, January 10th, 2018

According to the logic of the American Dental Association, the BPA released from many dental sealants is “safe” because kids get more exposure to this endocrine disrupting chemical from other products. We didn’t say we understand how that logic works. We can say that it totally sidesteps the fact that exposure from sealants does occur. […]


Not the Virus but the Environment

Posted on Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

The news admist all of this year’s hype about flu shots: According to NPR, this is because the flu strain they chose for mutated. “The mutation just happened to be in a very bad spot on the virus to make it essentially be a mismatch for the vaccine,” [Anthony] Fauci [director of the National Institute […]


With Dental Implants, It’s Not Just About Biocompatibility

Posted on Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

When it comes to dental implants, there are some who say that so long as they’re “biocompatible” ceramic zirconium, implants are a-ok. But biocompatibility is hardly the issue. Any kind of implant will necessarily interfere with the body’s self-regulating abilities; will disturb the biological terrain. As Dr. V has noted before, Biological Terrain Analysis (BTA) […]


The Causes of Illness & Degenerative Diseases, Part 3: The Homotoxins All Around Us (and In Us)

Posted on Wednesday, November 29th, 2017

By Gary M. Verigin, DDS, CTN The word “toxicology” is derived from two Greek words: toxikon, meaning poison, and logia, meaning a field of study. Homotoxicology, then, is the study of how toxins affect humans, homo sapiens. It was developed in the mid-20th century by German physician Hans-Heinrich Reckeweg and is known today as bioregulatory […]


Tradition & Gratitude

Posted on Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017

By JoAnne Boettcher-Verigin Originally published in Biosis #27, November 2009; updated It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is almost here, but tomorrow it is! Some of us will give our time to help those less fortunate than ourselves. Some of us will take part in religious observances. Many of us will gather with family and […]


Humans: Now with 1200% More Glyphosate!

Posted on Wednesday, November 15th, 2017

Although pesticide drift means that organic crops raised near conventional ones may bear traces of synthetic chemical pesticides, on the whole, their pesticide load is lower than on conventional crops. As one organic consultant has put it, When you compare organic versus conventional food, it is absolutely inarguable that organic food reduces dietary exposure to […]


Yet Another Entrant in the Great Toothbrush Speed Stakes

Posted on Wednesday, November 8th, 2017

First, there was the 30-second toothbrush. But, dang it: You actually had to hold it in your hand and move it around your mouth. Then came the 6-second brush, no handle required – just a mouthpiece that was, in the words of one blogger, “kind of scary, like one of the mean, aggressive fish from […]


5 Sleep Remedies You May Not Have Heard Of

Posted on Wednesday, November 1st, 2017

So last time, we looked at why sleep is so important, which naturally raises the question: How can we get more of it – or get better sleep than we’re getting now? For the sad fact is that most of us are constantly, chronically sleep-deprived – and we’ve all heard the reasons why: work demands, […]


Sleep Is Good Food

Posted on Wednesday, October 25th, 2017

Sleep is everywhere in the news these days – from the Nobel Prize being awarded for discoveries related to circadian rhythms to the epidemic of sleep loss in modern developed nations and its impact on the quality of our lives. Sleep is, after all, a vital – if long overlooked – aspect of our biology […]



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