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Can vitamin E supplements be dangerous?

Volume 1: Issue #55 Is There Anything to Those Stories About the Dangers of Vitamin E? An overdose can kill. Too much will cause prostate cancer. It raises the risk of premature death. The findings of several studies in recent years have given rise to alarming headlines alerting us to the perils of taking vitamin […]

Is it better to have cancer than this “harmless” defect?

Volume 1: Issue #54 Loss of Smell is Linked to High Mortality Risk Losing your sense of smell not only spoils the enjoyment of food and fragrances, and reduces retrieval of smell-associated memories, it can also be hazardous to your health. What’s more, it’s not a rare problem. It affects about a quarter of people […]

Lack of this nutrient puts 90 million at risk of early death

Volume 1: Issue #53 Over 90 Million Americans May Die Because They Don’t Get This Nutrient Right now, millions of Americans are in danger of deadly liver disease because of the foods they eat and the weight they’re gaining. But one nutrient could save them, say researchers. Continued below. . . 60 is the New […]

You need more than bacteria for a healthy gut microbiome

Volume 1: Issue #52 You Need More Than Good Bacteria for a Healthy Balance of Gut “Bugs” In April, a deadly fungus superbug called Candida auris became the latest menace to hit hospitals, with 44 cases in New York and 17 in New Jersey. It was especially alarming because some strains are resistant to all […]

Studies show vitamin D is a potent energy pill

  Volume 1: Issue #51 The Energizing Vitamin That Protects Your Heart Rebecca Reagan was so exhausted, she could barely get out of bed every morning. Her fatigue had become so severe, she says, “I quit functioning as a normal adult.”1 Her doctors were stumped trying to find the cause of her tiredness. They had […]

Best mineral for avoiding osteoporosis and bone fractures

Volume 1: Issue #50 The Most Important Mineral for Bone Health (Not Calcium) As we get older, one of the most important things we can do for good health is to keep our bones from getting so weak they’re liable to break – the condition called osteoporosis. I think it’s a shame that many people […]

New benefits of sun exposure (not vitamin D)

Volume 1: Issue #49 New Health Benefit of Sunshine Discovered (nothing to do with vitamin D) Not long ago, vitamin D was only considered essential for strong bones and teeth. Now it’s known to have wide-ranging functions throughout the body – hence the importance of getting regular sun exposure or taking vitamin D supplements. But […]

You probably drink this life-extending beverage every day

Volume 1: Issue #48 A Refreshing Way to Lower Age-Related Inflammation Diseases that normally come with aging such as heart disease, diabetes, arthritis and Alzheimer’s, all have something in common — low grade, chronic inflammation. Even in healthy people, inflammation in the body tends to rise as they get older. The mechanisms that produce this […]

Antibiotic use linked to cancer

Volume 1: Issue #47 Cancer Link Provides New Reason to Avoid Needless Antibiotic Use Which do you think is worse, a runny nose or a life-threatening disease? You might laugh at that question, Of course, you’d rather have to wipe your nose with a tissue than face a medical procedure for a disease that could […]

Turn on the healing power of your stem cells

Volume 1: Issue #46 Turn on the Healing Power of Your Stem Cells For more than 2,000 years, Chinese healthcare practitioners have been sticking small, super-thin needles into people’s skin to better their health. Western medical experts initially pooh-poohed the practice, known as acupuncture. They saw it as just another form of placebo-effect, sham medicine. […]


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