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This can cause depression, heart disease and more!

This can cause depression, heart disease and more!

I’m often asked what the most important nutrients are and my response is always, “All of them.”But a certain one stands out from the others because a deficiency could be deadly.Magnesium.Here’s the scoop on all that magnesium does for you, why you may be low in it (most people are) and what you can do about maintaining a healthy level in your body.Magnesium—the magnificent mineralHealthy bones, teeth, and musclesMagnesium helps hold calcium in your tooth...

Jan 09, 2017 2 comments

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Shocking facts about prescription drug use

Shocking facts about prescription drug use

As I walked by the pharmacy counter in my local grocery store recently I noticed that the line to pick up prescriptions was longer than any of the food check-out lines. That should tell you something. While medications are needed at times, when it gets to the point where most of us are drugged every single day, something is seriously wrong. And a big force behind this scary trend is…   Pharmaceutical company advertising Did...

Jan 04, 2017 6 comments

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The 5 Most Deadly Heart Disease Myths

The 5 Most Deadly Heart Disease Myths

When it comes to heart disease, ignorance is definitely not bliss.  Don’t be fooled by these deadly heart disease myths: Myth #1: It only happens to older people. Fact:  Children and adolescents can begin building plaque in their arteries. Myth #2:  Heart disease runs in my family, so I’m doomed. Fact:  A healthy diet, regular exercise and the right nutritional support can go a long way in preventing heart disease, regardless of your family history. ...

Jan 03, 2017 7 comments

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7 tips to healthier eating

7 tips to healthier eating

1. Eat a tossed salad every day.2. Avoid eating proteins and starches together in a meal.  Pair meats or starches with veggies.3. Choose oatmeal or scrambled eggs over processed breakfast cereals, pastries or bagels.4. Avoid low-fat foods, sugar-free foods, artificial sweeteners, and margarine.5. Drink water instead of soda, sports drinks, flavored waters or energy drinks. 6. Prepare dinners at home.  Look for time savers like pre-cut veggies, marinated meats and bagged salads.7. Eat fruit alone on...

Dec 29, 2016 0 comments

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Finally--lasting relief from Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

Finally--lasting relief from Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) currently affects up to 45 million people in the US, two-thirds of which are women.  It’s been labeled a “functional disorder” meaning there is no actual disease present. Well, what IS present with IBS is chronic and often debilitating abdominal pain, constipation, diarrhea, gas and bloating—all signs that your digestion is anything-but-normal. So it only makes sense that if you support your body and help it carry out digestion the way...

Dec 29, 2016 8 comments

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Recover from holiday food indulgences!

Recover from holiday food indulgences!

The holidays are a time for celebration and parties galore!  And that means that you may be indulging in some foods that you don’t ordinarily have…and although they probably taste amazingly good, they’re not so great for your body (or your waistline!). While there’s nothing wrong with celebrating, unfortunately, many times our health pays the price. But never fear!  Because I am here to guide you in supporting your body’s recovery efforts and getting you...

Dec 27, 2016 2 comments

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