Diet Soda Increases All-Cause Mortality?! In this episode of Holistic Health News, we discuss a new 500,000 person study showing how consuming aspartame, an artificial sweetener, increases your chances of dying young by a third.
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Diet Soda Increases All-Cause Mortality
Podcasts…there are three in the Naturopathic Earth. The flagship is Holistic Health News (HHN). HHN covers a wide variety of topics, most of which focus on clean eating tips, medical coverups, intersexual dynamics, addictions, and much more. Plus naturopathy and natural remedies.
The Essential Oils & Herbal Apothecary deals with…..aromatherapy. Season 1 Katie McCall opened it up with lemon, lavender, mint, and frankincense back in 2017. The moribund podcast was resuscitated in 2019 when Gregory expanded it out with 25 more oils including grapefruit, eucalyptus, rosemary, and many others.
Confessions of an Obese Child deals with early childhood trauma, in particular how this interfamilial drama may manifests itself via disordered and emotional eating. The 50 plus episode series is broken into 2 sections: the first section deals with singular episodes from obese Gregory’s childhood. The later deal with overall weight management topics, like Survivor’s Guilt, Exercise Addiction, and the Body Positive movement. Gregory also interviews other former obese children.