March 2007 Issue

Introduction

March's Healthy Newsletter comes to you as the seasons begin to change (at least here in Texas) and when many people celebrate St. Patrick's Day. We had some fun with this newsletter, and hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed bringing it to you. To your health,... Continue Reading

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Healthy Feedback

I was having quite a few of the symptoms listed as aspartame side-effects and most of them have gone away since I quit using aspartame. The biggest issues I had were: palpitations, tachycardia, shortness of breath, chest pain, recent high blood pressure, severe depression, insomnia, headaches, abdominal pain, gradual weight... Continue Reading

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B-vitamins Benefit Alzheimer's

B-vitamins found in oranges, legumes, leafy green vegetables and vitamin supplements are finally recognized as beneficial in reducing the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, according to a long-term National Institute on Aging study. The study found that folate (the B-complex vitamin form of folic acid) has a powerful impact on... Continue Reading

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Slow the Aging Process

March is the month to celebrate the old Irish traditions of friends, family and a good Irish brew. Researchers in Austria and the Czech Republic have just released studies that suggest that beer is an anti-inflammatory and can slow the aging process. Beer for Life Just remember to drink responsibly,... Continue Reading

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Vitamin C

This is the time of year when it is very important to eat healthy foods and take plenty of Vitamin C and antioxidants to prevent colds and flu. Unlike most other animals, humans do not produce vitamin C in the liver. Therefore, it is critical to supplement with vitamin C... Continue Reading

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Q & A with Dr. Hull

Artificial Sweeteners and Skin Rashes Q- I have recently learned the skin issues that I have had (breaking out into hives on my face and forehead) were attributed to aspartame. It took a while to track down which ingredient was causing it, but I finally found out when I chewed... Continue Reading

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Did You Know?

Turmeric, an orange-yellow powder from the Asian plant, Curcuma longa, is an ingredient in curry that shows promise treating Alzheimer's disease, cancer, and other degenerative diseases. Research shows that consuming a daily selenium supplement may suppress the progression of the HIV viral load and improve immune function in patients infected... Continue Reading

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Healthy Recipes

We don't really have a theme this month, no rhyme or reason - the recipes just looked scrumptious and healthy and easy. Black Bean Cakes with Fruit Chutney and a Mince-Pear Pie! Mouth watering good! And check out our monthly Seasoning Tip below the recipes. Black Bean Cakes with Fruit... Continue Reading

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The Tortoise and The Hoodia

The hoodia plant in the Kalahari Desert is becoming the newest fad in the war against obesity. Hoodia is a bitter-tasting cactus-like plant that grows wild only in the Kalahari Desert of South Africa. The small, spiky pickle-like plant is eaten like a cactus when you remove the sharp spines.... Continue Reading

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