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  • Recent research found that vitamin D in combination with calcium appears to reduce LDL cholesterol levels in postmenopausal women

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  • Previous research has shown that a vitamin D level of 50 ng/ml is associated with a 50 percent lower risk of breast cancer

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    April 22

  • Calories are not created equal, which is why trying to lose weight by counting calories doesn’t work

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    April 21

  • 45% of all persons suffering from chronic neck pain attribute it to a motor vehicle crash injury in their past.

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    April 20

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    April 20

  • There are 3 million new whiplash injuries that occur each year in the U.S., with 35-50% of those suffering from long-term pain, and 14% becoming disabled.

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    April 19

  • Researchers warn that the combination of sitting too much and exercising too little can more than double the risk of heart failure in men. These risk correlations held true no matter how much they exercised

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    April 18

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    April 18

  • When lack of sleep occurs, and your brain is unable to properly respond to insulin (which drives glucose into brain cells) your brain becomes desperate for carbohydrates to keep going. If you're chronically sleep deprived, consistently giving in to these sugar cravings will virtually guarantee that you'll gain weight.

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    April 17

  • Your diet is your primary and best tool for the prevention of inflammation that can lead to cardiovascular diseases. Reducing sugars/fructose and grains in your diet is a critical measure to reduce your cardiovascular risk

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    April 17

  • High-intensity interval training has been shown to be FAR more efficient and effective, compared to longer, slower cardio workouts.

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    April 16

  • According to a recent poll, 53 percent of respondents who turn electronics off while sleeping rate their sleep as excellent, compared to just 27 percent of those who leave their devices on

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    April 16

  • Compelling research suggests that vitamin D deficiency, combined with cholesterol deficiency, may be at the heart of the cardiovascular disease phenomenon

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    April 15

  • To lose weight, replace processed foods with homemade meals. Replace grain carbs with vegetables, small amounts of high-quality protein, and plenty of healthful fats

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    April 14

  • Keep the brain active, by learning something new!

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    April 12

  • Research shows that calories from bread, refined sugars, and processed foods promote overeating, whereas calories from whole vegetables, protein, and fiber decrease hunger

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    April 11

  • Exercise those blues away! In one study, aerobic exercise was found to be as effective as Zoloft

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    April 09

  • Coconut oil is not only a great source of essential fatty acids and can curb your appetite; it can also be used as is a household staple that can replace countless commercial products. It’s particularly useful for cleaning, sanitizing, and conditioning wood, leather, and metal items

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    April 08

  • Recent studies show poor sleeping habits cause brain damage and even accelerate onset of Alzheimer’s disease

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  • A ketogenic diet, which calls for minimizing carbohydrates and replacing them with healthy fats and moderate amounts of high-quality protein, can offer hope against cancer, both for prevention and treatment

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  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqJ_709pL5Y Dr. Burzynski’s treatment holds the first cures ever for brainstem glioma, a fatal type of brain cancer that typically affects children and young adults

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    Synopsis: The remarkable story of Stanislaw Burzynski, MD, PhD who boldly challenged the Food and Drug Administration for his right to begin FDA-approved cli...

    April 03

  • Fluoride is a poisonous chemical added to many municipal water supplies across the US, Canada, and elsewhere without the permission of the residents

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    April 02

 

In addition to avoiding or limiting your exposure to toxins, you need to focus on eating a healthy diet, preferably based on your personal nutritional needs to reap maximum overall health benefits.

  •     Eat foods that are natural, unprocessed, and organic- contain no sugar except for the occasional bit of honey or maple syrup.
  •     Eat foods that grow in your native environment. In other words, eat locally grown, seasonal foods.
  •     Eat unpasteurized dairy products (such as raw milk) and fermented foods.
  •     Eat at least one-third of your food raw.
  •     Make sure you eat enough healthy fats, including those from animal sources like omega-3 fat, and reduce your intake of omega-6 from vegetable oils.

Based on Weston A. Price Diet guidelines

Additionally, it’s important to understand that if you’re deficient in essential metals, your body will actually use toxic heavy metals as “stand-ins” instead.