Antibacterial Soaps? Don’t Use Them And Discard Them!

The Hygiene Hypothesis

Anti-Bacterial Soaps Are Worse Than Unnecessary


A mounting body of research suggests that people who are exposed to germs have greater protection from many allergies and asthma.

"Most of the germs lurking about our environment and that live on our bodies are not only harmless; they’ve been with us for millennia".

"As human behavior has changed over the past half century, many microbes, such as some that live in the gut, are disappearing".

"These perform important physiological functions but because of modern life they are changing and some are disappearing".

says Martin Blaser, MD, professor of internal medicine at New York University.

Anti-Bacterial Soaps Are Under FDA Scrutiny


Anti-Bacterial Soaps Do Much More Harm Than Good

Since 2000, the American Medical Association (AMA) has been pressing the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to more closely monitor, and hopefully regulate the use of antimicrobials in homes.

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Nuts Greatly Reduce The Risk Of Cancer And Heart Disease

A recent major research showed amongst other things, that just eating nuts once in a while, lowered the death rate by 7% over 30 years!

Eating nuts once a week, lowered the death rate by 11%, whilst people who ate nuts five to six times a week had a 15% lower death rate!


The "Dana-Farber Cancer Cancer Institute", "Brigham and Women’s Hospital", and "Harvard".

The Research

People were asked every few years, for a period of thirty years, how often they had eaten a serving of nuts.

Never or almost never, one to three times a month, once a week, two to four times a week, five or six times a week, once a day, two or three times a day, four to six times a day, or more than six times a day.

"The most obvious benefit was a reduction of 29% in deaths from heart disease which is the major killer of people in America. And we also saw a significant reduction of 11%, in the risk of dying from cancer".

said Dr. Charles Fuchs of Dana-Farber, who led the team.

"In all these analyses, the more nuts people ate, the less likely they were to die over the 30-year follow-up period!

And Dr. Ying Bao of Brigham and Women’s Hospital said.

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