Hydration: How Much Water Should You Drink? (July 2008)

Whether you are gardening on a hot summer day or exercising even at moderate intensity, dehydration can creep up on everyone…not just athletes. Daily average fluid loss in sedentary adults ranges from 2-3 liters per day. Athletes who train 2 hours per day can easily...

Wild vs Farm Raised Fish (June 2008)

With mercury scares abound, many consumers feel they are making a healthier choice by choosing farm raised fish over the wild-caught variety. Many are not aware that farm-raised fish have their own problems. Are there any nutritional differences? We’re glad you asked!...

Choosing a Multiple Vitamin (May 2008)

Everyone should take a multiple vitamin-mineral (MVM) supplement. One double-blind study of healthy volunteers published in Psychopharmacology2000;150:220–5, found that an MVM supplement significantly reduced anxiety and perceived stress levels, and possibly improved...

Reasons to Eliminate Dairy: Part 2 (April 2008)

Today’s Milk In part 1 of this newsletter on Reasons to Eliminate Dairy, we discussed documented research which correlates dairy consumption with many types of cancer, constipation, diabetes, and Parkinson’s disease. While we hope you were convinced of the need to...

Reasons to Eliminate Dairy: Part 1 (March 2008)

Today’s Milk Modern feeding methods substitute high-protein, soy-based feeds for fresh green grass and breeding methods to produce cows with abnormally large pituitary glands so that they produce three times more milk than the old fashioned scrub cow. These cows need...

Ear Infections (February 2008)

Nearly two-thirds of children with uncomplicated ear infections recover from pain and fever within 24 hours of diagnosis without antibiotic treatment. Over 80% recover within 1 to 7 days. More than 5 million cases of acute ear infections occur annually. Because of the...

Interesterified Fats (January 2008)

Many food producers are phasing out partially hydrogenated oils, which contain harmful trans fats. While many will inform you of the removal of trans fat from their product, they don’t give you much information about the fats they are using to replace the trans fat....

Hormones: Part 2 (December 2007)

In Hormones (1) we addressed the history and ramifications of hormone replacement. The process of trying to correct symptoms of hormonal imbalances with hormone replacement of any kind is simply not the answer. We must get the cause of the hormonal imbalance. The good...

Hormones: Part 1 (November 2007)

One strategy that began in earnest in the latter part of the 19th century and continues to have enormous momentum today is based on the notion that by replacing hormones, which decline with age, the vitality and physical attributes associated with youth can be...

Vitamin D (October 2007)

Commonly known, Vitamin D’s most important role is maintaining blood levels of calcium and phosphorus which are responsible for skeletal health. However, rrecent clinical and epidemiological studies suggest that vitamin D deficiency may play a role in several...
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