February 2007 Issue

Introduction

This month's Healthy Newsletter is filled with new articles and new ideas to stay healthy. And the recipes are mouth-watering good. As the winter months prevail, remember to keep a good vitamin C supplement on hand, and increase the dose temporarily if you feel a cold or the flu coming... Continue Reading

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Healthy Feedback

I quit smoking in January of 2006. By July of 2006, I had limited use of my arms. I could not move my shoulders. I am unemployed, so I cannot get a medical diagnosis, but I know it's from all the diet sodas. I was drinking 12 cans a day... Continue Reading

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The Health Benefits of Germanium

Over 95% of my hair analysis patients are depleted in germanium. So, what IS this natural element, and why is it important to your health? Nutritionally, the natural element germanium has been known to aid in the prevention of cancer and AIDS. Certain compounds of germanium have toxic effects against... Continue Reading

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Artificial Sweeteners and ADD, AD/HD - Cause and Effect?

The Handwriting's on the Wall Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) is characterized by impulsive behavior, reduced attention, and in some cases, hyperactivity. AD/HD now affects three percent to five percent of school-age children. Until recent years, children outgrew AD/HD tendencies by adolescence. This was because hyperactivity diminished with maturity. Not any more.... Continue Reading

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The Benefits of Chlorophyll

If you want more energy, supplement with chlorophyll! As I always say: what works in nature, surely works in man. What is Chlorophyll? Chlorophyll is the molecule that absorbs sunlight and uses its energy to synthesize carbohydrates from CO2 and water. This process is known as photosynthesis and is the... Continue Reading

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Q & A with Dr. Hull

Fertility Issues and Wanting To Conceive Q - In your opinion, does aspartame contribute to PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome)? I was diagnosed nearly 3 years ago, and despite the efforts of 3 endocrinologists, we have not had any luck finding a treatment to alleviate my condition. I have been put... Continue Reading

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Did You Know

Vitamin B deficiency results in loss of appetite because it decreases the tone of the stomach wall muscles. Vitamin B deficiency also leads to a slow pulse rate. Lyme disease was first recognized in the United States in 1975 when a large number of cases of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis were... Continue Reading

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Healthy Recipes

This month we focus on vegetarian brown-bag lunches. We have some delicious Spinach and Kale Turnovers that are not only tasty, but kale is a good source of lutein, benefiting eye health, and vitamins A and C. This can be served as a side dish with steak or roast chicken,... Continue Reading

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Case History from Australia

A wonderful case history from a 59 year-old woman in Australia. She discovered she's diabetic, and her doctor wanted to put her on insulin. She now she takes total control of this problem. Name: Annie Country: Australia Age: 59 Sex: Female Aspartame Usage: Not anymore Comments: Hello again. I have... Continue Reading

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