Heart disease, hypertension and cardiovascular diseases are the leading causes of death in the United States, claiming more than 1 million lives each year.
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Aluminum: The Everyday, Everywhere Poison
This article is from the one I wrote last year warning of the dangers of aspirin. But I fealt it should be sent out again for those that missed it.
If you have been attending my seminars or reading my material for the past 33years you will know I warned you about aspirin over 15 years ago. Aspirin is too good of a blood thinner and allows the blood vessels behind the eyes to bleed, detaching the retina. It’s interesting but for the past 33 years I have been one of the first if not the first to break stories.
End the Effects of Heavy Metals Once and For All
It's now easier than ever before to make yourself healthier and feel renewed and invigorated. How?
Age-Fighting Superstars: The Big Three to Help You Live Longer and Better
Can you name three supplements that have been clinically shown to extend life and to give a person “more” energy to enjoy their extended years?
Once Again, we have the FDA telling us what kind of vitamins we should be able to consume.
The FDA has just released a new 109-proposed rule on the revision of nutrition and supplement labels.
The FDA wants to reserve the natural form for monopoly drug companies, leaving only the synthetic form for supplements.
The Circulation-Boosting Secret of the 2012 Olympic Athletes
Read on to discover how to turn a plain glass of distilled water into
a Superfood Cocktail that can help…
We all know what regular white salt looks like—and we mistakenly think it is real salt when it is not. The fact is that refined white salt, such as commercial table salt is bad, very bad stuff. Unrefined natural salt on the other hand is good, very good stuff providing many health benefits.
This is an article from a few months ago. But I am resending it because I have been getting more and more calls to the office with people trying to get their cholesterol lower. Most of these individuals have been told by their doctor that it is mandatory that they go on statins or they may die soon. One particular man had an overall cholesterol of 198 with his HDL's being over 50 and his doctor still told him he had to go on statins immediately. You all already know my opinion on this. Read this article and make the decision for yourself.