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Best & Worst of 2014 List

The Best & Worst of 2014

Best & Worst of 2014 List

Sometimes the worst provides the best – as in most practical – information; because, you can take steps to counteract an announcement about something that is wrong or going wrong.

Ignorance is generally our biggest problem. Why? Because we can generally discover or create an answer to almost any problem if we know to look.

And the best items on the list don’t need help. You just enjoy them.

Each of these articles provides a summary and the headline is a link to the entire article.

Just think, if you’d known there was going to be a summary, you could have slept through the entire year and still come out knowing the 10 highest rated articles. Read On>>>

The Best & Worst of 2014

The Best & Worst of 2014

Top 10 Articles of 2014

By Dr. Mercola

Another year has passed and, for the 10th year in a row, Mercola.com remains the most visited natural health site on the Web.

Ever since the inception of Mercola.com, I and my team have been committed to correcting the misinformation and deception of traditional conflicted media and big businesses. Thankfully, this dedication, shared by readers like you, is making a world of difference.

Today, we embark on a new year and a fresh start in our continued journey toward a healthier, happier life. But before we leave 2014 behind, let’s revisit the top 10 articles of the past year, based on page views.

These are the articles that captivated you most, and they cover a wide variety of health topics, from how increase your testosterone levels without hormones, exposés on top nutritional myths and the “best and worst” foods on the market, and much more.

If you haven’t yet read these top 10 articles, you’re in for a treat. And be sure to stay tuned to the newsletter for more empowering health wisdom as 2015 unfolds.

#10: I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Ice Cream That Doesn’t Melt!

There is something unsettling and (literally) unnatural about an ice cream sandwich that doesn’t melt on a hot summer day. Earlier this summer, a woman in Cincinnati noticed that her son’s Walmart-brand ice cream sandwich didn’t melt when he accidently left it outside for 12 hours, in 80-degree F weather.

After one hour and 15 minutes outside in sunny, 80-degree F weather, Walmart’s ice cream sandwich is still remarkably solid.

If you’re shopping at Walmart because you’re on a tight budget, it’s a common misconception that buying pre-packaged processed foods is less expensive than eating fresh and cooking from scratch. Don’t fall for this

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