Monthly Archive: February 2014


Garlic nasal rinse

  Nety pot is the most popular nasal irrigation method. The addition of garlic can be helpful for sinuses congestion because it flushes away the mucus and garlic adds its disinfection properties. Studies demonstrate that people suffering from daily sinus symptoms found relief from using the Neti pot or other...


Glutamate toxicity

  A body of evidence suggests that the most used flavor enhancer, glutamate, which can be found in almost every processed food, is causing adverse effects within normal dietary ranges. The study published in the Journal of Headache Pain reveals that a single dose of monosodium glutamate (MSG) causes headache...


Subway will remove azodicarbonamide

  12 February 2014 – American blogger Vani Hari ( supported by over 89,000 petition signatures* in one week, forced the world’s largest restaurant chain to remove the chemical azodicarbonamide from its bread (* signatures dated February 12, 2014). The food additive azodicarbonamide is allowed in the US by the...