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Understanding Detoxification

(Excerpt from “From Here To Longevity” by Dr. Mitra Ray) It’s not enough to dispel old myths; we have to be willing to live new truths. Eating right should be fairly simple, and it shouldn’t require measuring every gram of food that we eat.  Nor should eating right require that we carry an elaborate list…

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Going Beyond the Cleanse

By Michael Donaldson, PhD Excerpts from “Back to the Garden” magazine, March/April 2007. Constipation is a major issue in America. More than 4 million Americans have frequent constipation and spend $725 million on laxative products each year. Constipation is more than just annoying. If your colon isn’t working right, toxins tend to get reabsorbed by…

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Could Your Bathroom Habits Increase Your Risk of Parkinson’s?

Did you know that the number of times you visit a bathroom every day can determine your risk of Parkinson’s disease?  I know it sounds crazy, but it’s true. I had a patient several years ago who suffered from an extreme case of Parkinson’s disease.  But, strangely enough, she would make a dramatic recovery any…

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Doctors Don’t Know Squat

How the modern commode contributes to appendicitis and the other diseases such as cancer, diverticulosis, colitis and irritable bowel syndrome. by Jonathan Isbit (http://naturesplatform.com) The term “appendicitis” was coined in 1886 by a Harvard anatomy professor named Reginald Heber Fitz.  Most people assume that the disease has always afflicted humanity.  But actually, it’s only been…

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The Perils of Toxic Waists

“The Perils of Toxic Waists” – The Canadian Living Magazine, Feb, 2008 The Study: Researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas investigated the reliability of waist circumference as a measurement of heart disease risk. Findings:  Subjects who developed fat around the middle had a greater risk of having a heart attack…

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