September 2010 Issue

Introduction

This month's Healthy Newsletter is about the toxicity of methanol, cooking for your body pH, and what happens if you don't get enough sleep. We have a little something for everyone!... Continue Reading

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Healthy Feedback

Stevia, here we go again with a connection to Cargill. I personally am apprehensive to use anything that this large conglomerate company is involved with, especially for human consumption, unless it goes into the car. They now are in business with the production of stevia and "producing" for Pepsi and... Continue Reading

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Let's Talk pH

Did you know that is difficult to really know the perfect ratio of acid and alkaline forming foods because your pH balance is altered by: chewing, food preparation, lifestyle, genetics, exercise, your mental outlook. Did you also know that people who are prone to infections, viruses, excess mucus problems, and... Continue Reading

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Monte's Methanol

What do you get when you combine nonstop energy, brains, a dynamic personality, and the desire to teach others about methanol poisoning? You get Woody Monte. Woodrow C. Monte, PhD is now retired from Arizona State University, but during his tenure as Professor Emeritus of Food Science and Nutrition and... Continue Reading

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Aspartame Case History

Name: B Holmes; City: Kitchener; Age: 52; Gender: Male; Aspartame Consumption: 20 plus years; Health symptoms started after consuming aspartame: Yes; Diet Products Used: Diet Coke; Do you use Equal: No; Do your children use aspartame: Yes; Are you aware of products not labeled sugar-free: No; May we include your... Continue Reading

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Q & A with Dr. Hull

Not Labeled Sugar-Free Q: Do you know if aspartame is in products without it being on the label? This also includes OTC medications. Reformulations using aspartame in place of natural sugar are all over the OTC market. My chewable Pepcid Complete and Titralac for GERD have aspartame now. It's a... Continue Reading

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Did You Know - About pH?

Balancing your pH maximizes energy and boosts immunity. When you exercise, the pH of your blood will change. Ideally, the human body should be slightly alkaline in order to build an alkaline reserve for acid-forming conditions such as stress or poor dietary habits. The pH of the blood is slightly... Continue Reading

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Healthy Recipes

This month's recipes are Cooking for Your Body-pH-Balance From Mirko Albrecht, Dipl.-NC Albrecht 71-Albrecht@web.de Here are some recipes that will help you balance your body pH. Vegetable Basic Bouillon for Acid-Alkaline Balance. This bouillon is ideal to drink or as base for soups, sauces or vegetable dips. 2 to 3... Continue Reading

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Feature Article: Getting Enough Sleep?

From your friends at Family Well-Being: "Do You Get Enough Sleep Regularly?" Sleep is one of those funny things about being a human being -- you just have to do it. But have you ever wondered why? In addition to the outward signs we're all familiar with, the heart slows... Continue Reading

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