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Triage Theory of Micronutrients

In October 2009, Dr. Bruce Ames and his research team from Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute in Oakland, California, published the article Vitamin K, an example of triage theory: is micronutrient inadequacy linked to diseases of aging? in the October 2009 issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. While some insiders immediately recognized the […]

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Adrafinil: Alertness Without Stimulation

Non-narcoleptic users generally find that adrafinil gives them increased energy and reduces fatigue, while improving cognitive function, mental focus, concentration, and memory. It has been reported that quiet people who take adrafinil become more talkative, reserved people become more open, and passive people become more active. Of course, many stimulant drugs, ranging from caffeine to […]

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Oxytocin Improves Sex, Sociability and Mood

Have you heard about oxytocin? It turns out that many people with anxiety, depression, poor social bonding or sexual difficulties are low in oxytocin and you can use low doses of oxytocin as a natural supplement (like you would melatonin or DHEA). It is safe and natural (good for you, actually) and now available without […]

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Unknowingly Poisoned

After months of investigation, including testing residents for lead contamination, it was determined that wind blown lead particles had contaminated the town’s air, water and food supplies. The entire town was slowly and unknowingly being poisoned with lead Click here to read more

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Saw Palmetto Danger?

Unless you already have prostate cancer, do not take saw palmetto because it may cause cellular damage and death in healthy prostate cells. Saw palmetto is good stuff … if you have prostate cancer! More than 20 controlled double-blind studies have demonstrated that saw palmetto berry extract (containing 85-95% fatty acids and sterols) is effective […]

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Premium MCT Oil Supports Brain and Body

MCT Oil (medium chain triglycerides) are digested and utilized differently than other fatty acids. Instead of being packaged into lipoproteins that circulate in the bloodstream, they are absorbed directly into the bloodstream through the portal vein, and are then transported to the liver. Because they don’t need bile or pancreatic enzymes to break down, they […]

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Have You Heard of Metabolic Syndrome?

Dear Reader, If you have not yet heard of Metabolic Syndrome, there is an article on the website that very well might save your life.  Metabolic Syndrome is a combination of four conditions.  Having any one of these conditions alone is a threat to your health.   Having two, three or all four conditions – full […]

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Live Longer with DHA

Researchers enrolled 34 volunteers, aged 39-66 years, half of whom consumed a half-teaspoon of DHA daily, while the other half received a daily half-teaspoon of olive oil for 90 days, in addition to regular meals. DHA reduced the number of small LDL particles by 22% and increased the number of large LDL particles by 127%. […]

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Nature’s Stress Fighter

Life doesn’t come with a warning label that says, “If you sweat the small stuff, you will die prematurely.” Yet, health care professionals are well aware that most diseases are rooted in stress … and newspaper headlines regularly caution that “stress can kill you.” If you need help in reducing your stress and anxiety levels, […]

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Are You Getting a Full Spectrum of Mixed Carotenoid in Your Diet?

Unless you eat a wide variety of carotenoid-containing foods (tomatoes, kale, collard greens, Swiss chard, broccoli, etc.) you are probably not getting adequate amounts of the full range of carotenoid compounds— powerful antioxidants that protect our cells and tissues from the damaging effects of free radicals. And even if you eat like a rabbit, because […]

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