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Is Your Bad Breath Caused by Foods High in Sulfur?

Is Your Bad Breath Caused by Foods High in Sulfur?

Let's face it...halitosis, or bad breath...stinks! Approximately 60% of Americans complain of having bad breath. This common condition creates much social anxiety and can certainly hinder one's personal relationships. If you've searched the Internet for ways to alleviate this situation and your attempts at using mouthwash and breath mints have failed, you may be interested...

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Does Coconut Oil Lower Cholesterol?

Does Coconut Oil Lower Cholesterol?

Coconut oil has become a popular "super food" among health conscious individuals, claiming to heal just about every affliction known to man. Those who profit from this highly-refined product claim that consuming coconut oil lowers bad LDL cholesterol while at the same time raises good HDL cholesterol. Sound too good to be true? Dustin Rudolph PharmD,...

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Alcohol Consumption Increases Risk for Cancer

Alcohol Consumption Increases Risk for Cancer

The following information was taken from the article 9 Cancers That are Increased by Drinking Alcohol written by Dustin Rudolph PharmD, or better known as The Plant-Based Pharmacist and author of The Empty Medicine Cabinet. Cancer is the second leading cause of death in America, taking the lives of hundreds of thousands of patients each year. Despite...

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The Empty Medicine Cabinet

The Empty Medicine Cabinet

We are pleased to introduce to you Dustin Rudolph PharmD, also known as The Plant-Based Pharmacist. Rudolph fulfilled his childhood dream to become a clinical pharmacist believing that conventional medicine (pills and procedures) would help sick patients become well. In 2009, he made the transition to a vegetarian diet, then one year later to a...

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Avoid Dairy to Prevent Type-1 Diabetes

Avoid Dairy to Prevent Type-1 Diabetes

Diabetes is a serious disease and is the 7th leading cause of death in the U.S. Having diabetes doubles the risk of having a stroke or heart attack. In fact, stroke and heart attacks "account for 84% of diabetes-related deaths." Many other complications include kidney failure, blindness, nervous system damage, gangrene in the lower limbs (which lead to amputations), increased risk of cancer (especially colorectal cancer), and even premature death.

Although these statistics are troubling, Dustin Rudolph Pharm.D. offers several steps parents can take to help prevent their children from developing type-1 diabetes in his article, "Type 1 Diabetes - Avoiding Dairy Is Key To Prevention."

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