About Steven Kirchhof

Steven is an ecommerce entrepreneur, consultant, and blogger. In addition to running two businesses, he writes for several blogs on topics such as health, fitness, and outdoor recreation. Find Steven on Google+

Austin Air Purifiers: Worth The Money?

Austin Air Purifiers: Worth The Money?

Click for Austin Air Purifiers at BHI! One of the most frequent questions that we got is pretty obvious. What's air purifier brand should I purchase? You might have an allergy problem, you might have pets, you might have a mildew, moldy smelling environment or basement that you want to take care of. There's a lot of different brands on the market, a lot of different choices. … [Read more...]

Does Size Matter? Austin Air Standard vs. Junior Air Purifiers

Does Size Matter? Austin Air Standard vs. Junior Air Purifiers

Check out www.BetterHealthInnovations.com for more information about Austin Air Purifiers. Standard Size Austin Air: CLICK HERE Junior Size Austin Air: CLICK HERE If you're considering an Austin Air Purifier, you're probably making a good choice. We get a lot of questions about what is the difference between the standard Austin Air Purifiers and the junior models. One … [Read more...]

Austin Air Purifier Noise Level Test and Demonstration

Austin Air Purifier Noise Level Test and Demonstration

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT AUSTIN AIR One of the most frequent questions we get about any air purifier that we carry is how noisy is this thing. I want to do a noise demonstration with both the standard Austin Air unit and a junior unit. Before I do let's talk about how to use an air purifier. Typically we recommend that when you get your air purifier run it on the … [Read more...]

Tyent UCE-11 Water Ionizer User Manual and Installation Guide


This guide applies to both the UCE-9000T and the UCE-11 For more information: CLICK HERE for the UCE-11 CLICK HERE for the UCE-9000T CLICK HERE for all Tyent Water Ionizers … [Read more...]

What Are The Differences Between All These Austin Air Purifiers?

What Are The Differences Between All These Austin Air Purifiers?

Learn More: http://www.BetterHealthInnovations.com/Austin Transcript: Which Austin Air air purifier should you buy? I have a standard size here and the smaller junior unit here, but within that, within either of these models there's several different choices that you can make. One of the most popular is the Austin Air Healthmate. The Healthmate is a great general air … [Read more...]

Vinegar Kills Tuberculosis and Other Mycobacteria

WASHINGTON, DCFebruary 25, 2014 The active ingredient in vinegar, acetic acid, can effectively kill mycobacteria, even highly drug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis, an international team of researchers from Venezuela, France, and the US reports in mBio, the online open-access journal of the American Society for Microbiology. Acetic acid might be used as an inexpensive … [Read more...]

Marijuana May Hurt The Developing Teen Brain


The brain of a teenager has a lot of developing to do. It must transform from the brain of a child into the brain of an adult. And some researchers worry how marijuana might affect that crucial process. "Actually in childhood our brain is larger," says Krista Lisdahl, director of the brain imaging and neuropsychology lab at University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. "Then during … [Read more...]

FAQ: New Nutrition Facts Label


Good article on the changes to nutrition labels we can soon expect to see.See full story on webmd.com … [Read more...]

Three Reasons to Love Wheatgrass

Report on the advantages of wheatgrass, a gluten free food prepared from the young shoots of the what plant. Packed with minerals and nutrients is just one of the reasons to love wheatgrass. Click the link below to learn all about it, including the top three reasons to consider wheatgrass in your diet.See full story on naturalnews.com … [Read more...]

Fighting Stress — Building Heart Health – Health.com

  The evidence is piling up that the answer is—yes, stress is bad for your ticker.There are studies to show that stress is comparable to other risk factors that we traditionally think of as major, like hypertension, poor diet, and lack of exercise, says Kathi Heffner, PhD, assistant professor of psychiatry at the Rochester Center for Mind-Body Research at the University … [Read more...]