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Back to the Pool – Chlorine Detox Protocol

Are you heading back to a chlorinated swimming pool for your workouts? Do you like to sit in a hot Jacuzzi? Do you and your children love going to the water parks? My husband, Bill, and I enjoy the swimming pool for a work out. Swimming is great exercise but we have concerns about the lingering … [Continue Reading...]

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Avoid the High Risk of Acid Blockers

Problems That May Develop Include: Possible B12 deficiency Magnesium deficiency Increased risk of Clostridia infection Increased risk of pneumonia Increased risk of hip, wrist and spine fracture Increased weight gain Severe reaction with Plavix Increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease Increased risk of death after … [Continue Reading...]

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GMO Risks Discussed – A Heart Felt Thanks to Dr. Oz

I just watched an eye-opening interview recently conducted by Dr. Oz with film maker Jeffrey Smith and Dr. Robin Burnhoft on the potential dangers of genetically modified foods (GMO). In the interest of fairness, Dr. Oz also gave equal time to … [Continue Reading...]

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Is Mercola Right to Embrace Coffee?

It is true, as Dr. Mercola cites, that there is significant research demonstrating the benefits of coffee to our health. Personally though, I still have reservations about recommending it to you for health reasons, particularly if you are a woman. … [Continue Reading...]

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From Breast Cancer to ADHD to Thyroid Disease – Discovering and Correcting the Hidden Link

The Hidden Link Breast Cancer, Ovarian Cancer, Prostate Cancer, ADHD, Skin Disease and Thyroid Disease often share a very interesting and frequently overlooked condition. All of these serious health challenges have been associated with poor … [Continue Reading...]