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Archive | December, 2011

The Best Herb to Boost Your Immunity

Astragalus is a unique herb I’ve been fascinated with for the past 15 years. I used to keep jars of it on the shelves in my office to examine while I studied its history. Astragalus smells earthy, almost like fresh-cut grass when it’s dried. And I would open the jars and let it give me […]

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Sweet Pure Tropical Water

“Did I tell you he gave me a knife?” “What is it? Like, a machete?” My marketing manager C.S. knew I’d been hacking my way through the jungles of Bali. “It’s called a Bali knife. It’s cooler than a machete. It’s like half knife, half hatchet. It’s got a big thick blade and a heavy […]

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The Beauty of Breakfast

Busy schedules affect the way we eat, but here are some statistics to “chew on.” Nearly four in ten adults usually skip breakfast, what’s been called “the most important meal of the day.” More than half of the breakfasts eaten by Americans every day are consumed in10 minutes or less – usually alone – which […]

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She Had The Hair Of An Elderly Man

My patient S.W. wanted me to look at her cholesterol results. Her doctor told her they were concerning. But I ended up finding something that was much more concerning to me, and to her. In examining her, I parted her hair to look at her scalp. I saw a problem I see much more often […]

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The Body You Were Meant To Have

I’m amazed when I watch pro athletes at the top of their games. They have incredible speed and power. And if you’re a reader you know I’m a tennis fan. I play tennis every morning. So I can’t wait to catch some of the Australian Open tennis tournament coming up in a couple of weeks. […]

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Fight Gray Hair with 4 Superfoods

Why do some people start seeing gray hairs in high school while others have a bright head of hair well into their golden years? The answer is a mix of genetics, age and overall health — with a few other factors thrown in. Here’s what could be causing those silver strands to crop up…

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Ladies, it’s worse than you think…

Are you still sneaking the occasional cigarette? Whether you’ve got a pack-a-day habit or are “just a social smoker,” the news is the same: Smoking is even more dangerous for women than it is for men. In fact, women who smoke have a 25 percent greater risk of coronary heart disease compared to male smokers. […]

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How to Build Strong Bones That Last a Lifetime

I have some news for you that goes against almost everything you hear on CBS News, or read on WebMD… osteoporosis isn’t caused by a lack of calcium. Mainstream medicine still has its head in the sand on this. In fact, I read a study from the Journal of the American Dietetic Association claiming – […]

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What Do I Drink Instead?

It doesn’t matter how healthy or thin you are, reaching for a sugary drink is still dangerous for your heart. Four times as dangerous as not drinking one. New research presented at the annual meeting of the American Heart Association finds that women who drank only two sugary drinks a day were nearly four times […]

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Shortcut to Happiness

f you’re already in a relationship or you’re looking for your “soul mate,” you can only make things better for both of you if you’re happy within yourself, not dependent on someone else to “make” you happy. In fact, studies show that happily married couples live longer, healthier lives than single people. So, how can […]

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