Dr. Ted Broer's blog
Considering the accumulation over a lifetime of damages done by diseases, injuries, environmental factors and stress, your body's general deterioration and breakdown of many of its "systems" may seem inevitable. But Scientific discoveries, especially about diet and nutritional supplementation are offering more opportunities to gain better control over your "personal" aging process.
Nourishing Your Middle Half:
The “Engines” of Your Digestive System
Your digestive system is one of the most complex and hardest-working systems in your body. To get the most from the nourishment you take in from the “outside,” you must nourish the system that does the work!
The Connection between Diet and Addictions!
Many people know about food addictions. They site these addictions as leading to conditions such as anorexia and bulimia, and certainly to obesity.
As I have documented in previous newsletters, fluoride was allegedly used by the Nazis during World War II to sterilize concentration camp prisoners and make them docile. Even today fluoride is considered by many as a key 'dumbing down' ingredient of Prozac and Sarin nerve gas – and in some cases, is used in rat poison! First, we need to realize that the substance referred to as 'fluoride' doesn't actually exist; There is no such substance listed in the periodic chart of the elements, nor in the prestigious CRC handbook.
Keeping Your Joints and Tendons Fit Most of us rarely ever think about our musculoskeletal system — until something goes wrong, whether it’s a minor sprain or something more serious such as broken bones or arthritis. Then we realize how difficult life becomes trying to do even the simplest things. A tendon is a tough yet flexible band of fibrous tissue. The tendon is the structure in your body that connects a muscle to a bone.
What You Need to Know about Key Vitamins!
Do you ever find yourself having to “defend” the fact that you routinely take vitamin supplements?
Do you hear phrases such as the ones below?
“Vitamins are a waste of money.”
“You can get all the vitamins you need from the food you eat.”
It's almost ironic when you hear of someone dropping dead from a heart attack or heart disease with no symptoms. One day they seem the picture of health, the next day their dead; two days later you are at their funeral.
Suddenly a giant void is opened leaving behind bereaved spouses and children. It is so sad to me to hear of this tragic scenario of events that happen so often.
The Memory Robbers
What they are and How to stop'em
“Where did I put my keys? Who's the actress we saw last night? What's the name of that cereal we always buy? Sure I know his name . . . it’s..... um. . .”
Forgetting things and details, no matter how inconsequential, is really frustrating. And the older we get, sometimes the inability to remember things gets a bit scary, too.