Category: Longevity

“General of the Army” … your liver

| February 18, 2013 | 9 Replies
“General of the Army” … your liver




If you suffer from abdominal bloating, allergies, bad breath, coated tongue, depression, poor digestion, excessive body heat, frequent fatigue, gall bladder disease (inability to tolerate fatty foods), headaches, high blood pressure, irritable bowel syndrome, overweight, skin problems, sleep disturbances, and sugar cravings, you may want to consider a love your liver program.There is no substitute […]






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13 ways to improve your health in 2015

| January 16, 2013 | 16 Replies
13 ways to improve your health in 2015




1.  Use butter – especially from pastured cows. Butter is our best daily source of infection-fighting Vitamin A. Margarine has none. Also, use lard from outdoor-living pigs. Lard is our best daily source of infection-fighting Vitamin D. Together fat soluble Vitamins A & D fight infection as they help our bodies absorb minerals. 2. Stop […]






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Ten important things to know about magnesium

| April 27, 2012 | 18 Replies
Ten important things to know about magnesium




Daily Aspirin… or daily Magnesium? As the late Dr. Atkins was quick to point out, while magnesium is the most important mineral for the heart, few cardiologists bother to (1) test for it properly and (2) prescribe it to their patients. While potassium is more abundant within our cells than magnesium, potassium on average is […]






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Hot Cayenne kills prostate cancer cells in study

| January 30, 2012 | 8 Replies
Hot Cayenne kills prostate cancer cells in study




Besides being the best medicinal herb for promoting coronary circulation, cayenne pepper has been documented by the American Association of Cancer Research as being a potentially effective deterrent against prostate cancer. In the study, researchers from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center studied mice that had been genetically modified to have human prostate cancer cells. According to the […]






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