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Nasal xylitol and asthma study
By Dr. Lon Jones I was beginning to look at asthmat 18 years ago, but was preempted when my hospital and clinic closed. Much of asthma is triggered by pollutants in the upper airway that the crippled primary defense of muco-ciliary clearance cannot handle. Now that we...
Indoor air pollution solutions
Breathing Easy Indoors By Jane Wooley. Think pollution is all about filthy air outdoors? You’d be wrong. In recent years, more and more scientific evidence has shown that it’s actually the air inside our homes and buildings that are the most seriously polluted....
Keep your Nose Clean
by Jane Sandwood Every day you breathe up to 30,000 times. Now imagine you’re breathing in polluted air. When we think of toxins in the air, we immediately think of our lung health. But your nose is the first organ that has to deal with polluted, harmful air. Even...
Xylitol: Naturally Occurring Sugar
Xylitol is an amazing naturally occurring sugar. It was first found and isolated in wood products. We’ve grown a bit since then and now it is commercially harvested from mainly corn cobs and birch. Xylitol is considered a sugar alcohol, since it has...
Dr. Doyle Williams on Fluoride and Xylitol
I'll give you two interesting statistics: one is from the United States, which we hold up almost as the gold standard of care. We think that everybody comes to the US for the best health care, and we know that three out of four of our children - by the...
What is Xylitol?
What is xylitol? Well it is pretty amazing, if we do say so ourselves. It is an alternative sweetener that has been popular in food products since the 1960s. On top of being a sweetener, it has shown to have a significant reduction in cavities when used...
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