Health Newsletters & Daily Tips
Jon explains why supplements are under attack, why the attack is mostly nonsense, and how to buy supplements that actually work.
In mid-April, a group of doctors called for the removal of Dr. Oz from the Columbia faculty because of his "disdain for science and for evidence-based medicine" as well as his promotion of "quack treatments."
The New York Attorney General accuses major retailers of selling herbal supplements that do not contain the labeled substance, or which contain ingredients not listed on the labels.
Alternative health treatments should be subject to scientific testing, regulation, and oversight. But who is who is doing the testing and regulating and are the methodologies applicable to alternative health?
How long will we have to wait before the cholesterol theory of heart disease and the statin drugs that support it are finally buried and no longer able to harm the living?
We receive thousands of questions every month at The Baseline of Health® Foundation, not to mention the numerous questions received by Baseline Nutritionals.
Once you begin to treat each vaccination on its own terms, it becomes clear that not all vaccinations are the same and that we may come to different conclusions when looking at them individually.
A new study announced that it had "proven" that the primary cause of cancer was bad luck—not diet, not environment, not unhealthy habits. The proof, however, may not be what it seems.
In this report, Jon tells you exactly how he manages his own immune system, prevents infection, and quickly overcomes any pathogens that take hold.
The long-term use of benzodiazepines, prescribed for anxiety and sleep problems, and one of the most commonly prescribed drugs in use today, appears to be linked to an increased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.