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Monthly Archives: January 2015

More Nutrition and Cholesterol Nonsense

I am really amazed by the nonsense littering the web. Take for instance Julie Upton, a registered dietician, who has an article on POPSUGAR telling about food myths.  She lists diet soda as a product that doesn’t cause you to get fat, Myth 2: Diet sodas make you gain weight. …

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Wake Up Your Pancreas With String Beans

The Native American Remedy for Low Blood Sugar and Diabetes By Gayle Eversole, DHom, PhD, MH, NP, ND A project I have been working on for quite a few years, I guess going back as far as the early 1990s, is helping educate our people about preventing and assisting in …

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Regarding the Orthomolecular Approach

Travel back to the days when nutrients were the focus of a brave few medical professionals who believed that inflammation was a key factor in mental health, along with nutrient depletion.These were the Orthomolecular Pioneers of the 1950s. “ Is depression a kind of allergic reaction? A growing number of …

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KISS. And no, it’s not Gene Simmons

In the traditional sense as a student of natural healing you learned to keep things simple. Dr. John Christopher was always reminding students to hold fast to this philosophy. In my mind it is the reason why the traditional way really did help people recover from health challenges. I don’t …

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