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The Right Hormones Can Make You Happy

For years, doctors have prescribed unopposed estrogen (estrogen without progesterone) to women who’ve had hysterectomies.  The thought process has always been, why give progesterone to patient who no longer has a uterus?   Many practitioners still believe that progesterone is only necessary to the function of the uterus, so there’s no reason to prescribe it for […]

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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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You Pay the Price if Your Doctor Misdiagnoses You

I bet you’ve been told some pretty awful stuff by your doctors over the years. Maybe they’ve told you that you’re crazy, or that you have depression or bipolar.  Maybe they’ve written off your symptoms to normal aging or menopause, or that your anxiety, fatigue or brain fog are all in your head. I felt […]

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New Drugs 2016 Help Epilepsy, Dry Eyes and Hallucinations

Dear Readers, What an incredible year for the pharmaceutical industry. In 2016, many new and useful medications received FDA approval. My articles are syndicated worldwide, but I’m only listing English drug names so please ask your local pharmacist to translate the medication name as it is known in your country. Happy New Year everyone! Love, […]

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Cramp Bark Eases Vexing Stomach Aches and Monthly Cramps

Last week I was tearing apart my kitchen cabinet looking for asafoetida spice, when my eye fell on a screw-top glass jar filled with little chunks of brown “cramp” bark.  I confess my kitchen pantry resembles  Aladdin’s cave of precious herbs and spices. Some of these I keep for medicinal reasons, and others are to […]

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Important Research About Breast Cancer 





Few things are more painful to bear than a diagnosis of breast cancer and all that goes with it! I have three close friends who are breast cancer thrivers today, unfortunately my beloved mother-in-law died from it because the suspicious spot on her scan did not recieve follow up imaging and by the following year, […]

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Your Questions Answered About Hashimoto’s, Peroxide and Thyroid

Happy Day All! I promised you that I’d answer some of your questions, and that’s what this blog is about. So here are some answers to your questions submitted to me regarding thyroid dysfunction, peroxide and Hashimoto’s in a prior newsletter. First off, you guys are REALLY smart. Every question was a good one. I […]

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Ladies Get Your Va-va-va-voom Back

Ladies, we all know there are plenty of ways to say you’re not “in the mood”, however, if you find yourself using excuse after excuse, this could be a sign of bigger hormonal problems. It’s estimated that 40 percent of adult women experience low libido, and I suspect that’s an underreported number.  Men love to use those […]

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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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New Medications to Help with Chin Fat, Libido and Mood


Dear Readers, It was a strong year for Big Pharma in 2015, with many new interesting medications hitting the shelves. My articles are syndicated worldwide, but I’m only listing English drug names so please ask your local pharmacist to translate. Kybella (Deoxycholic Acid)- This is the “double chin” drug because once injected it acts like […]

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