November 2007 Issue

Introduction

November's Healthy Newsletter comes with the sobering reality that we have but another one and a half months before 2007 comes to a close. Wow, time really does fly by when you're having fun! This month's newsletter includes the latest aspartame study from Ramazzini Cancer Institute, some inspirational tips when... Continue Reading

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Healthy Feedback

This month's Healthy Feedback comes from an aspartame colleague, Carol Guilford. She answered a gal who emailed her about her recent brain tumor diagnosis she suspects is due to her aspartame consumption. It's great aspartame feedback worth passing on: To Carol: Six months ago, I was diagnosed as having a... Continue Reading

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Does Aspartame Really Cause Cancer?

According to the research, yes, aspartame really does cause cancer! I am frequently asked this question, and this is an excellent question for anyone to ask. If aspartame, indeed, has been proven to cause cancer, then why isn't this information splashed all over the front pages of every newspaper and... Continue Reading

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Self-Healing - Tips On How To Succeed

When faced with an illness, it is easy to become overwhelmed. Believe me; I am speaking from personal experience. But rather than closing down and giving into the fear of being faced with a very difficult situation, try to remain open and allow your intuition to guide you into "the... Continue Reading

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Toxic Barium Levels and Multiple Sclerosis

Toxic barium levels may be an origin of Multiple Sclerosis. According to some very recent research, high levels of industrial sources of barium (Ba) have been associated with a high incidence of Multiple Sclerosis. Some of the most toxic Multiple Sclerosis (MS) clusters of barium have been found in Saskatchewan,... Continue Reading

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Q & A with Dr. Hull

Hair Tests on Quackwatch Q: Hello, I wanted to know if there are any more tests that have to be paid for after the initial hair testing, or if the follow-up test is included in the $180. Also, are you familiar with this site listed below? Have you heard about... Continue Reading

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Did You Know?

China makes 70 percent of the world's penicillin, 50 percent of its aspirin and 35 percent of its acetaminophen (often sold under the brand name Tylenol®), as well as the bulk of vitamins A, B12, C and E. In 1983, the Centers for Disease Control recommended a total of 10... Continue Reading

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Healthy Recipes

November's Healthy Recipes are courtesy of Paula Deen. Oh my, her recipes are the best! Check out her cookbooks. Cheesy Shrimp on Grits Toast 3 (14-ounce) cans organic chicken broth 1 1/3 cups quick-cooking grits 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese 1/2-teaspoon sea salt 2 tablespoons organic butter, melted 8-ounce package... Continue Reading

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Vitamin B6 Reduces Heart Attacks By 70%

By Joseph G. Hattersley In my 1995 article "Vitamin B6: The Overlooked Key to Preventing Heart Attacks," the peer reviewed Journal of Applied Nutrition elaborates the mechanisms, including inflammation and thrombosis (catastrophic clotting) as gaining recognition as factors in coronary heart disease. This article also integrates the effects of vitamin... Continue Reading

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