Common and Dangerous Chemical Exposures

Common and Dangerous Chemical Exposures

By James Templeton I remember as a boy lying in bed in the Houston heat with the windows open. We didn’t have air conditioning, just windows and fans to keep us cool. Around midnight I’d hear the mosquito trucks come through, leaving that fog behind them. I don’t know if Continue reading

Floored by Fluoride: A Hidden Cause of Hypothyroid

Floored by Fluoride: A Hidden Cause of Hypothyroid

Fluoride is everywhere – it’s in your toothpaste, your tea, your medicines and your tap water. It’s good for your teeth, but even low levels found in fluoridated drinking water can affect your thyroid health, leaving you tired, depressed and gaining weight despite your healthy lifestyle. Fluoride and Thyroid Health Continue reading

James Talks: Surviving Cancer, Part 3

James Talks: Surviving Cancer, Part 3

Read the Introduction here. Read Part 2 here. Healing In Community I felt alive again, better than I had in my whole life. Macrobiotics really turned things around for me and set me on the path of natural healing. But I was lonely, and I wanted to be around others living Continue reading

James Talks: Surviving Cancer, Part 2

James Talks: Surviving Cancer, Part 2

Read Part 1 here Leaving Mainstream Medicine I felt like a guinea pig. All I could do each day during 8 to 10 hours of experimental chemo was lay in my hospital bed. I was feverish, weak, tired and nauseous all the time. It was like the worst case of Continue reading

James Talks: Introduction

James Talks: Introduction

My Story – Surviving Cancer My name is James Templeton, and I am the founder of UNI KEY Health. I’d like to introduce myself to you, because I have a story to share. You see, I am a 30 year survivor of Stage IV Melanoma cancer. I hear it’s pretty Continue reading

9 Bad Habits to Break…ASAP!

9 Bad Habits to Break…ASAP!

We all have at least one—a bad habit. But sometimes it can stop being a casual action and start interfering with your health. A habit is often instinctual and unintentional. The good news is that most of these actions are easy to avoid once you realize you’re doing them. Break Continue reading