The Best Supplements You Need For Peak Brain Power

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Is your brain power and memory excellent or do you think there is “room for improvement?” If you are not taking these supplements or getting these nutrients from your food on a daily basis, this could be the reason your brain is not working at peak capacity. Vitamin D3.  Vitamin D deficiency has been estimated to be as high as 98 percent and has been linked to a number of brain disorders, including dementia and its most severe form, Alzheimer’s disease. Vitamin D supplementation has…

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Avoiding Too Much of This May Save Your Life


There are many things you can do to live a longer, healthier life. Eating nutritious food and maintaining excellent posture are two important factors. The third is imperative if you want to balance your lifestyle for many healthy years to come.  We have discussed in a previous article how sitting has been shown to increase the likelihood of people dying sooner. More recently, newer studies have shown sitting for long periods increases your risk of diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and early death! The most surprising…

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This Prevents Heart Disease, Stroke and Diabetes as Effectively as Medication


If you or someone you know is taking statins for cholesterol, beta blockers for heart disease, diuretics for heart failure or anticoagulants for stroke, this has been found to be just as effective as these expensive, toxic medications. A recent study has found exercise is more effective than drugs after you have had a stroke and just as effective at preventing heart disease and diabetes. Regular exercise is very effective in reducing the risk of death from a second heart attack, rehabilitation after a stroke,…

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How to Get Rid of Foot Pain Once and For All

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Do you or someone you know have a painful foot that is slowing you down? Foot pain is a sign that your foot is breaking down. The compensations you make for a painful foot can lead to problems elsewhere, especially your knee, hip, and lower back. In this article, we discuss the most common types of foot pain and our unique approach to resolving these problems without drugs, injections or surgery. There are many types of foot pain. One of the most common is heel…

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6 Steps to Having a Youthful, Energetic and Healthy Lifestyle For The Rest of Your Life


As you progress in age, would you like to avoid the crippling effects of arthritis, chronic searing joint and back pain, sluggish depleting energy and the fear of illness and disease?  Would you rather have youthful energy, healthy and strong joints, the confidence to live without the fear of disease and participate at any activity level you desire?    If you want a life like this for the rest of your life, there are 6 steps you need to take to achieve these goals: Restore…

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Biggest Threats to Your Brain Power


Since your brain controls all of the functions of your body, doesn’t it make sense to take care of it so it can take care of you?  There are several serious threats to your brain.  Many of these are lurking in your food.  Avoiding these threats and feeding your brain what it needs to stay strong and healthy will ensure that your brain takes care of you.   Here are the WORST threats to your brain power: Sugar, especially High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS).  HFCS…

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How to Get Fit in as Little as 12 Minutes a Week!


Have you said to yourself, “I don’t have time to exercise?”  If you do not exercise, you do not feel as good as you could and every day you do not exercise you are increasing your risk of disease and early death.  If you begin exercising regularly, you will realize how much better you will feel and you will be more resistant to disease.  The fact is, your body needs exercise or you will become sick, develop a disease and die sooner! According to the…

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The 3 Most Important Things You Can Do to Prevent Osteoporosis


Osteoporosis is a condition in which bone density decreases, resulting in brittle bones that are very susceptible to fracture. Approximately 300,000 people a year fracture a hip from falling.  As a result, up to one-third of these people die within one year of the fracture.  If you want to keep your bones strong and reduce your risk of fracture, here is what you need to do: 1. Improve Your Gut Health by taking probiotics and eating fermented vegetables.  Eat whole foods (vegetables, fruit, grass-fed meat,…

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Here is What You Can Do to Help Bunions and Hammer Toes

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Bunions and hammertoes are abnormal, unsightly, and can even be painful. Are they due to genetics, bad shoes or bad luck?  We will discuss these as well as prevention and treatment options for these common toe problems. A bunion is a bony bump at the base of the big toe.  The big toe may also bend toward the second toe.  Hammer toes are a curled downward, hammer-shaped position of any of the little toes.   Causes of Bunions and Hammer Toes: Wearing Shoes.  Studies have…

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Flu Shot Facts: Should You Get The Shot or Not?


Have you noticed the public messages by the Center for Disease Control and pharmacy retailers to “get your flu shot” every year?  Is the flu shot worth the risk and how much protection does it offer?    Here are some facts to help you decide:   About 3 out of every 100 people get the flu every year.  Therefore, your chances of getting the flu is only 3 percent. The flu shot prevents the flu in about 1.5 people for every 100 people who get the…

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