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  1. How Not to Die by Michael Greger MD If you are familiar with the work of Dr. Michael Greger , you know how passionate he is about digging through complicated scientific research linking diet and disease. My blogs and articles feature many videos from his website, NutritionFacts.org . Dr. Greger's most recent endeavor has been his book, entitled "How Not to Die."...
  2. How Not to Die "The fifteen leading causes of death claim the lives of 1.6 million Americans annually. This doesn’t have to be the case," writes Michael Greger MD, in his new book entitled, "How Not to Die." Chronic disease, disability, and the reliance on prescription medications and medical procedures as one ages is not a normal consequence of...
  3. Long Term use of GERD Meds are Unsafe Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a painful, chronic digestive disorder affecting millions of Americans every year. GERD occurs when the muscular valve between the esophagus and stomach is weakened or fails to close properly, which causes the contents in the stomach (including stomach acid) to travel up the esophagus. Constant irritation of the delicate...
  4. Calcium Pills may Increase the Risk of Heart Attack Heart attack, stroke, and sudden death — side effect warnings you don't see on the back of a calcium bottle. If you did, you might not purchase the product. Indeed, if this warning was listed, supplement manufacturers would certainly suffer a great loss. At the same time, many health-conscious individuals don't hesitate to take...
  5. Sharp Cholesterol Crystals Cut - Causing Casualties! In my previous blog, How do the Majority of Heart Attacks Occur? Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. demonstrates how the greatest percentage of heart attacks ( 87.5% ) occur when newly formed plaques on the inside of our arteries rupture, causing a clot to form, and thus blocking the flow of blood. This little-known fact...
  6. Could Mouth Ulcers be Caused by Dairy? Aphthous stomatitis, or better known as mouth ulcers or canker sores, affect approximately 20% of the general population to varying degrees; many are plagued by recurring ulcers. These non-contagious, non-infectious sores usually last between 7-10 days, interfering with eating and drinking. Hitting these inflamed areas accidentally while chewing or brushing the teeth exacerbates the...
  7. Super Foods Like Spirulina May be Toxic Many health-conscious Americans take a daily vitamin or herbal supplement in an attempt to improve their general health and wellbeing. After all, what harm can they do -- right? While health benefits from taking supplements are many times over-exaggerated, some supplements don't even contain what they list on the label and others contain ingredients...

 

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