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You’re Probably Taking Drugs Without Knowing It

Volume 1: Issue #24 You’re Probably Taking Drugs Without Knowing It Congratulations if you are one of the three in ten Americans who don't take any prescription drugs. But don’t pat yourself on the back too soon, because in all likelihood you are ingesting a veritable cocktail of drugs -- everything from antibiotics to heart [...]

By | November 3rd, 2016|Newsletter|0 Comments

Stress Can Even Mess Up Your DNA

Volume 1: Issue #23 Stress Can Even Mess Up Your DNA How do you react to stress? If you’re stuck in traffic, do you swear at other drivers or pound the steering wheel? When you have an argument, do you pound the wall? Or, if the boss chews you out, does your pulse race as [...]

By | October 27th, 2016|Newsletter|0 Comments

Reduce Your Risk of Alzheimer’s by Half (No Pills Required)

Volume 1: Issue #22 Reduce Your Risk of Alzheimer’s by Half (No Pills Required) "If you could bottle all of these effects and put it in a pill, would we be in a different place now?" That's the question posed by Laura Baker, associate professor of Geriatric Medicine, Neurology and Public Health Sciences at Wake [...]

By | October 20th, 2016|Newsletter|0 Comments

Nutritional Deficiencies Contribute to Migraine Headaches

Volume 1: Issue #21 Nutritional Deficiencies Contribute to Migraine Headaches If you suffer from persistent migraines, the intense pain can ruin your life. But researchers say supplements may help ease some of the discomfort. Which ones? Here’s what I was able to find out. . . Continued below… A Note from Lee Euler, Editor & Publisher [...]

By | October 13th, 2016|Newsletter|0 Comments

Lose Weight Without Sacrificing Anything, Taking Anything or Spending Anything

Volume 1: Issue #20 Lose Weight Without Sacrificing Anything, Taking Anything or Spending Anything Could simply exposing yourself to the right kind of light help you lose weight? Researchers at Northwestern University think so. And they have the studies to back up their assertions. What’s more, we’re not talking about losing just a couple of [...]

By | October 6th, 2016|Newsletter|0 Comments

For Strong Bones You Need More Than Calcium

Volume 1: Issue #19 For Strong Bones You Need More Than Calcium When most people think of bone health, calcium is the first thing that comes to mind. But even though this mineral is a vital part of our skeleton, on its own it won't be enough to keep the body's 206 bones in good shape. [...]

By | September 29th, 2016|Newsletter|0 Comments

Reap Major Health Benefits From This Delicious Snack Food

Volume 1: Issue #18 Reap Major Health Benefits From This Delicious Snack Food "A little goes a long way" is a perfect phrase to describe a category of food that's crammed with nutrients and health benefits. While a dietary shortfall of this food is believed to put you at major risk for disability or death, [...]

By | September 22nd, 2016|Newsletter|0 Comments

Secrets of “the French Paradox”

Volume 1: Issue #17 Secrets of "the French Paradox" How to Eat Rich Food and Be Healthy Anyway It's a puzzle to doctors. How can the French indulge in so many foods high in cholesterol and saturated fats yet enjoy such a low incidence of coronary heart disease? Well, one obvious answer is that saturated [...]

By | September 15th, 2016|Newsletter|0 Comments

New Proof that Large Numbers of People Are Sensitive to Wheat

Volume 1: Issue #16 New Proof that Large Numbers of People Are Sensitive to Wheat Chances are you’ve never heard of alpha-amylase-trypsin inhibitors (ATIs). But you almost inevitably consume these chemicals every day. They’re in every piece of bread you eat. ATIs are natural chemicals that the wheat plant makes to poison insects that want to [...]

By | September 8th, 2016|Newsletter|0 Comments