Newsletter Archive – 2006
If you missed a recent bi-weekly newsletter from Jon Barron, don’t fret! We have archived all the health newsletters below for your convenience. Scroll topics or if you are looking for specific health information, use our search field above. More than likely, Jon covered your topic in one of these health newsletters!
Organic produce seems to be suffering rapid fire body blows. You can have germ free chemically grown, irradiated produce that will not kill you now, but will contribute to your long term decline. Or, have nutrient packed, life sustaining organic produce.
Quick simple advice for someone who recently had quadruple bypass surgery and links to other reports.
Question and Answer about Vasacor, the all-natural formula which supposedly targets the two types of cholesterol; LDL and HDL.
Everything in moderation is generally a pretty good motto to live by. But now, new research suggests that even one daily drink might be detrimental to your health.
Question: Should I be iodized or non-iodized sea salt? A good quality sea salt like Celtic Sea Salt will actually contain more natural iodine per gram than iodized table salt.
Major study shows there is no protective benefit from a regimen of low-dose aspirin — but it does increase your risk of dangerous bleeds.
New research suggests that for one form of early onset Alzheimer’s, we might be able to postpone symptoms by getting enough physical activity.
Even a small amount of the sugar substitute Xylitol can trigger a significant insulin release, which experts believe causes a drop in a dog’s blood sugar level. The decline in blood sugar can be fatal.
CBD, also known as cannabidiol, can be extracted from either hemp or cannabis (marijuana) plants. Is it good for you?
Coffee enemas in particular, they can be of great benefit in detoxing since they have the ability to open the bile ducts and stimulate the liver.
October is National Vegetarian Month, but even if you’re a die-hard meat eater, there are plenty of ways for you to celebrate.
New studies show that childhood trauma has such a profound effect on a child’s physiology that they continue to affect mental and physical health long into adulthood.
Each year, more than 140,000 die from that stroke in the U.S. However, new research suggests there is an easy way to protect ourselves from stroke, and all it takes is some dietary changes.
The “simple” truth is that the whole issue of saturated versus unsaturated fat is false.
We’ve all heard anecdotes about how someone was given a placebo and the power of suggestion was enough to cure their ailment. And now new research not only confirms the benefits of using placebos, but it also begins to make clear who is likely to have the most positive effects of taking them.
You may think organized sports are not your thing. According to new research, joining a team might help you live a longer life.
According to new research, relationship cycling—or repeatedly breaking up and getting back together—can take a significant toll on your mental health.
Heart disease is the number one killer in the US. While you’re probably familiar with the major risk factors, including hypertension, obesity, and lack of physical activity, new research suggests another factor: exposure to heavy metals!
Make no mistake: imposing tariffs on dietary ingredients, as currently proposed, will result in a significant financial burden for consumers like yourself.
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), acid reflux, affects many adults worldwide. Here are a few natural treatments to consider before taking a prescription.
What if there were simple guidelines that might prevent you from ever developing dementia? According to new research, these actually exist…
While it may be obvious you should avoid swimming at beaches where there are riptides and shark warnings, there also are certain types of bacterial infection that may not be visible to the eye but can lurk in water and cause profound harm.
We recently wrote that viruses trigger Alzheimer’s Disease and how research on that front may open new hope for healing. Research into two other possible solutions seems to be yielding hopeful results.
There is a debate regarding whether it’s better to eat before or after exercise. However, new research may have an answer.
If you’ve ever dealt with bouts of insomnia, then you know how badly it can affect you. But did you know that a lack of sleep can also affect you socially? Find out more…