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Prostate Health – Tips

Posted by Dr. Grant Pagdin If you don’t have a prostate, chances are you know someone who does. (You may even wish to forward them this newsletter!) As a very common spot for cancer in men, it’s an important organ to take care of. In…

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Warning: Hot Topic

Vaccination: Defending Your Right to Know and Freedom to Choose Following is an excerpt from a keynote presentation given by Barbara Loe Fisher at the 2014 US Health Freedom Congress in Minneapolis, Minnesota. View the video of her full 75 minute presentation here or on…

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Triclosan, Receipts, and Greasy Fingers

Tips to avoiding toxic chemicals at the end. By Dr. Mercola A number of common chemicals are potent endocrine disruptors, meaning, they disrupt your hormone function. Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are similar in structure to your natural sex hormones, such as estrogen. These chemicals can…

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Bill Kurtis Tells a USANA Story

Written by Suzanne Houghton NOVEMBER 4, 2014 With a voice that has been heard by millions, Bill Kurtis is a talented television journalist, anchor, and narrator, and his career has spanned numerous decades. And while he still lends his voice to popular programs such as…

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Kids, B Vitamins and Obesity

  October 22, 2014Higher intake of select B vitamins is associated with lower risk of childhood obesity At a GlanceA recent study has shown that higher dietary intakes of vitamin B12, folate, thiamin and riboflavin are associated with lower risks of obesity during childhood.Read more…

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Fish oil and omega-3 fats:

How to be safer with your supplements. By Helen Kollias Everyone knows that fish oil is awesome. It’s full of omega-3 fatty acids, which do so many fantastic things in the body. However fish oil has come under fire. Some claim that it could be…

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Boycott List – Pro GMO List

  Who Would Have Thought Shopping Could Be So Dangerous…

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Be mindful of how you view others.

Look At Me Go ahead, look at me. Stare only at my biceps and wide back and tell me I have nothing to add to this meeting. Judge the protein shakes at my desk, and label me a freak as I order healthy items off…

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