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Give Your Valentine a Healing Bouquet of Flowers

For Valentine’s Day, I know most of us ladies want some chocolate. I love chocolate myself, and the darker the better. You don’t need me to tell you about the health benefits of dark chocolate, there are probably 100 posts about it being uploaded as I write this. So this year, I am thinking outside […]

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How To Make Your Immune System Fight for You

It’s around this time of the year, when the nights draw in and I pull out my woolen sweaters and snow boots, that I usually notice a flurry of articles in the mainstream media about the importance of keeping our vitamin D levels topped off. Vitamin D is your immune system’s best, but most little-known […]

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5 Minute Health Hacks

Pimple– Put a dab of essential oil of tea tree on it.  Or put a dab of bentonite clay on it (mixed with water) you want a clay paste. You can do both back to back (tea tree then clay mask). Can leave the dab on there overnight. Foot cramp or Charlie horse– If these […]

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Brain Saving Foods and Spices

The biggest fear that older people face is Alzheimer’s disease, where memory and cognition begin to fade. I recently reviewed a client’s list of medications and he was taking two drugs to preserve brain function, Aricept and Namenda. These drugs are useful to some degree, but I feel that there are foods, spices and herbs […]

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Health Problems That Clinton and Trump Might Expect

I’m interested in politics so when I got hold of the presidential candidates medication list, I naturally scrutinized it. I am really interested to see what our nominees are taking because it gives me a glimpse into their overall health. Because I study drug nutrient depletion, I know what nutrients are lost when you take […]

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10 Natural Solutions for Allergies and Sinusitus

Allergic rhinitis is the medical term for allergies and while you might think it’s just from pollen or pet dander, or maybe gluten or dairy, that’s not really the case. Pollution is a big trigger for allergies and in cities where fracking takes place, respiratory and lung function takes a hit.  In the last 50 […]

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9 Amazing Natural Cough Suppressants to Shut You Up

Wintertime is one of my favorite times of the year.  Ahh… snowy days, crackling fires, fluffy sweaters. Right up until… cough, cough!  Haaaaack!  With all there is to enjoy during this season, the winter months are commonly known as “cold and flu” season or “sniffle and sneeze” season because of all the nasty little viruses […]

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Video- This is how I beat the flu in 22 hours

BEFORE YOU CLICK ON THE VIDEO TO WATCH IT I NEED YOU TO KNOW 2 THINGS: 1) I woke up 18 hours after having 103 degrees, with a NORMAL TEMPERATURE, and it has remained normal. The video you are about to watch was taped 4 hours later, at the 22 hour mark after the peak […]

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11 Harmless Folk Remedies to Patch You Up

Dear Readers: Today is going to be fun.  I’m passing along to you some of the folk remedies that readers have shared over the years.  Though there may be truth in some of them,  please don’t take these as medical advice. Remember that just because something is natural doesn’t mean it’s necessarily safe or effective! I’ve put my […]

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7 Ridiculously Simple Ways to Protect Yourself from Cold & Flu 
- And 4 No-No’s

I think I am a real germaphobe because I get very conscious when someone sitting next to me starts coughing, especially when they don’t cover their mouth. I’ll let the first one slide but if it happens again, I am apt to leave or hand them a Kleenex. Cover it! Is it just me or […]

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