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Be True To Your Heart: Lower Your Inflammation and Lower Your Weight

Date Posted February 14th, 2014
Be True To Your Heart:  Lower Your Inflammation and Lower Your Weight
Be True to Your Heart: Lower Your Inflammation and Lower Your Weight Happy Valentine’s Day. Earlier this week, Dr. Oz, in his TV episode that aired Monday February 10, 2014, offered some good ideas about rapid weight loss (http://www.doctoroz.com/episode/triple-your-fat-loss?video_id=31821570 [...]
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Probiotics Shown to Help Women Lose Weight

Date Posted February 1st, 2014
Probiotics Shown to Help Women Lose Weight
According to a recent study, certain probiotics – including one of the strains in our new Tri-Flora Multi-Strain Probiotic Blend (Lactobacillus rhamnosus) – could help women lose weight. Multiple lines of research have already shown that the gut ecology (intestinal flora) of obese perso [...]
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New Insights Into Depression, Medications, and L-methylfolate

Date Posted January 26th, 2014
Last month I wrote about depression, inflammation, low brain folate levels, and response to antidepressants (Why Are You Still Depressed?). Just last weekend I had the opportunity to particpate in a scientific symposium sponsored by PamLab, the makers of Deplin brand of L-methylfolate. The sessions [...]
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Leaky Gut Syndrome: Do You Have It?

Date Posted January 24th, 2014
Leaky gut syndrome is also known as intestinal barrier permeability. Your intestinal wall is a force field that defends against many harmful substances such as environmental toxins, bacteria, food, and microbes. In fact, 80% of your immune cells live underneath the lining of your intestinal tract. [...]
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Why Are You Still Depressed?

Date Posted December 24th, 2013
Why Are You Still Depressed?
Why Are You Still Depressed? You may be one of the millions of Americans who are depressed and taking a medication. Indeed, every year in the United States more than 230 million prescriptions for antidepressants are filled, making them one of the most-prescribed class of drugs (2nd only to choleste [...]
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What to do if You're Alone or Feeling Alone or Grieving for the Holidays

Date Posted December 20th, 2013
Television commercials, movies and greeting cards paint the cozy Norman Rockwell image of the holidays -- happy families sitting at a long, elaborately decorated table passing around platters of food while laughing and smiling as the fireplace crackles in the background. As much as people may want [...]
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The Not So Sweet Effects of Sugar

Date Posted December 15th, 2013
Sugar can be nice and sweet, but its effects on the body can make you feel sour or even bitter. Sugar is a natural substance in the body that provides energy to our cells. It produces the “feel good” neurotransmitters, serotonin and dopamine, that boost our energy and enhance our mood. [...]
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November is Alzheimer's Awareness Month

Date Posted November 17th, 2013
November is Alzheimer's Awareness Month
As the first wave of baby boomers reaches age 65, we are seeing a corresponding tsunami of new cases of the most dreaded of all diseases of aging: Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Indeed, nearly 10 million baby boomers will get Alzheimer’s. If you live to be 85 or older, you have a 50% chance o [...]
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