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15 tips for lowering your cholesterol naturally

Many factors contribute to the development of heart disease or stroke. Genes and gender play a role, but for most of us, what we eat is an important factor as well. 341 more words

Can You Reverse Bone Loss in the Vertebrae?

If you have lost bone mass in your vertebrae and have been diagnosed with osteoporosis, you are at a higher risk of fracturing a bone. This condition needs to be addressed because a broken bone can land you in a nursing home and rob you of your independence. 286 more words

High cholesterol levels linked to lower fertility

High cholesterol levels may impair fertility in couples trying to achieve a pregnancy, according to a study by researchers at the National Institutes of Health, the University at Buffalo (New York), and Emory University in Atlanta. 236 more words

Rule 3: Avoid food products containing ingredients that no ordinary human would keep in the pantry

Sorry for missing this last week … I was traveling. I’m returning work on the blog.

Rule 3:

Avoid food products containing ingredients that no ordinary human would keep in the pantry. 98 more words


It's Monday?

It doesn’t feel like a Monday.

My vacation is on the verge of being canceled because a family friend is very sick. He’s been struggling with liver failure. 283 more words


Dr. Carolyn Dean Radio Archive 9-23-13 Hour 1

Presentation: What is a Zyto Scan? How did people who ate Drops at the Esoteric Health Practitioner’s Conference test? Long discussion about inflammation and need for Completement Products; doctors forcing women to take calcium; getting back to basic minerals and vitamins; Alkalinity vs. 121 more words


Narthecium ossifragum

Narthecium ossifragum means ‘Brittle boned’. It’s the Latin name of Bog Asphadel a plant of our boggy areas with subtly beautiful yellow flowers. The name came from the belief that the plant made the bones of grazing sheep weak. 49 more words

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