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Prevention

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Are you doing everything you can to maintain your health? Your family depends on you staying healthy. They expect you to take care of them. So don’t get sick and don’t acquire any chronic illnesses. This requires two levels of prevention: immune support and long term care. A healthy lifestyle will support both levels of […]

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Losing Weight Episode 2 – Diet

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In a previous article I talked about the metabolic factors involved with difficulty losing weight. Those include factors like thyroid function, leptin, insulin, and other hormonal balance issues that can all make it difficult to lose weight. Those interacting factors can be complicated and require a holistic medical evaluation. Dietary issues, however, are pretty simple. […]

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Food Guidelines for Children

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  Nutrition is a cornerstone of disease prevention and maintenance of good health in children. Here are some guidelines for children’s diets. Choose the most nutritious foods you can. Focus on fruits, veggies, whole grains, and protein sources. Avoid toxic exposure and highly sweetened foods. Maintain a variety. Children may thwart these well-designed principles. They […]

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Do you need to take supplements?

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In an effort to remind you of some important health tips I am sending some of the best selected previous posts for your new year health program. A supplement program Your need for supplements depends on many factors. Your age, the quality of your diet, and your state of health will all be factors to […]

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Fruit Alert

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Along with the welcome warm summer weather, here comes summer fruit. Time to rejoice and enjoy the amazing health benefits of fruits like strawberries, peaches, nectarines, grapes, and watermelon. These fruits all contain high concentrations of antioxidants and vitamins that promote health. Kids will benefit especially from these high antioxidant fruits because they love their […]

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