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5 Supplements for Beautiful Skin

I can spot a smoker or a sun worshipper a mile away… they always look older than they are from the free radical damage that’s been done to their skin. Maybe you thought beauty was only skin deep, but it’s not. A radiant, youthful-looking face is actually an inside job. It helps to drink fresh […]

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Vitamin E is More than Skin Deep

I heard two women talking at the store about vitamin E. As one of the ladies pointed to her elbow, she said, “I squeeze a little out and rub it on this scar”. The other one said, “It’s better if you take it internally but if rubbing it on is working for you, then go right ahead.” […]

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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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8 Reasons to Avoid Stearate in your Supplements



Some of you watch your gluten intake, others avoid artificial colors and sweeteners.  Some of you read supplement labels, and others don’t. Today I want to teach you about magnesium stearate.  

Magnesium stearate or “mag stearate” for short is a chemical additive used by most nutritional supplement companies.  It acts as a lubricant to run machines […]

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5 Medicinal Ice Cube Recipes to Help You Lose Weight



I bet some of you drink pure filtered water and try to get your friends and relatives to do the same but they won’t listen. Drinking water instead of soda can be the fastest, simplest way to lose weight and improve health. Why? 

Because we all need fresh water to dilute poisons in our body […]

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How Probiotics Improve Bone Strength

 Did you hear the report a few weeks ago on Good Morning America or Fox News? The British Medical Journal (BMJ) announced the results of a major study making headline news. The headline news was “Dietary calcium intake is not associated with risk of fracture, and there is no clinical trial evidence that increasing calcium intake from […]

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The Case Against Kale

I want to share with you a recent conversation between me and my “bookface” mom: Mom: Suzy!  Eat more broccoli!!!  (This was the 5th time she said it). Suzy: Ma, c’mon, I don’t want a goitrogen. Mom: Hah? Why don’t you like going to the gym? Suzy: No ma, I said goitrogen!  I like going to the […]

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Your Brain Loves Magnesium L-Threonate

Have you ever forgotten a word or someone’s name that you should know? It happens to all of us, but what if you frequently find that you have trouble with ‘word finding’ or you keep forgetting to pay bills or get lost easily?  Your kids will tell say you had a “brain fart” or “senior […]

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Chronic Illness Responds to Glutathione

You can tell what kind of late-night reading I do… it’s usually one studies that would bore you to tears. But you see my mission in life is your health! So I read a lot of journals (in between watching cute cat videos on YouTube). Today’s article is for anyone who is chronically ill. If […]

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Natural Remedies that Help From Head to Toe

I’ve been a pharmacist for 25+ years now. Let’s face it, I know the good, the bad and the ugly drugs. I realize we need some of them, yet I know that others are not very useful, or worse, they are harmful. So today I’ve decided to share the best remedies that help from head […]

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