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Nutrient Spotlight: Importance of Minerals

In this third part of my blog series on how the different components of a quality daily multivitamin help promote and support optimal health and well-being, I’ll be explaining the importance of minerals. Minerals, like vitamins, play diverse roles. They are important components of bones and…

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Know Your Prostate Cancer Treatment Options

You may have seen my blog about how PSA (prostate-specific antigen) screening for prostate cancer doesn’t work. Now, I want to follow up with your prostate cancer treatment options. I look at prostate cancer quite differently than most physicians and patients. Multiple studies have shown that…

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The Obesity Epidemic: Habits That Will Pack on the Pounds

…these days, and with good reason. Over the last three decades, the obesity epidemic in America has risen significantly. As I mentioned in a previous blog post, the number of obese adult Americans is now equal to the percentage who are merely overweight—at 34 percent each. Here are four common…

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Nutrient Spotlight: 3 Primary Antioxidants

…therapies, such as diet and exercise, can be built upon. To commemorate the 20th Anniversary of my Forward Plus Daily Regimen, I’m writing a blog series on how Forward’s components help promote and support optimal health and well-being. Today, I’m focusing on the role of three…

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Beware of Unnecessary Surgery

…thousands of patients scheduled for unnecessary surgery, I’ve found that this was not the case. That’s why I’ve decided to do a blog series on some of the most common surgeries that are needlessly prescribed and the safe, natural, and noninvasive alternatives I recommend. My…

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Health Benefits of L-Carnitine

…which did a real hatchet job, and the sound bite about “the dangers of carnitine” went viral. (For more information, refer to this blog post.) Meanwhile, the stunning, absolutely newsworthy Mayo Clinic Proceedings meta-analysis was all but ignored. Nobody retracted the warning against…

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Your Summer To-Do List for Better Health

…weather’s warm, the days are long, and we’re in a lull between holidays—with fewer temptations to overeat. I’ve seen on other blogs where people have created a to-do list of things they want to achieve this summer. So I thought I would suggest my own list of things you can…

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Just Say No to Diet Drugs

…your diet and exercising more. You should also focus on supplements that help curb appetite and burn fat such as glycine, Brindall Trim, and Metabolic Essentials. I’ll talk more about these supplements in a future blog. You should also consider participating in my Diabesity Challenge.

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Diabesity Challenge Tip: Thank You and Keep Up the Great Work

…someone who has problems with weight or blood sugar control, please encourage them to follow my mini-fast with exercise program. Tell them about this blog, my monthly newsletter, and my free e-letter. All of these resources are chock-full of detailed advice on how to lose weight and get blood sugar…

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Diabetes and Kidney Disease

…many people with diabetes end up developing kidney disease. But don’t despair! There are natural remedies for diabetes, many of which we’ll be discussing in this blog. And if you do have this disease, the information I’ll share here will make dealing with diabetes a little easier.

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Recipes for Diabetes: Luscious Layered Salad

…flavor or variety. This salad is one of several delicious and blood-sugar-friendly recipes for diabetes I’ll be sharing with you in this blog. Luscious Layered Salad (Serves 6) * 6 cups romaine lettuce, coarsely chopped * 1 (10-ounce) package frozen peas, thawed * â?? cup low-fat…

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Diabetic Recipes for Dinner: Lentil Soup

…you have to sacrifice flavor or variety. This is one of several delicious diabetic recipes for dinner that I’ll be sharing with you in this blog. Wholesome Vegetable and Lentil Soup (Serves 4) * 1 large diced onion * 2 cloves minced garlic * Olive oil spray * 5 cups low-sodium, vegetable or…

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Lose Weight, Lose Diabetes

…and he did what was necessary to make it happen. You can do the same. But even easier is to take steps now to prevent the disease. Preventing type 2 diabetes is a lot easier than reversing it. I encourage you to seek natural treatments for diabetes, many of which are presented here in this blog.

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Diabetes and Periodontal Disease

People living with diabetes are at higher risk of developing periodontal disease than people without blood sugar problems. Periodontal disease, or gum disease, occurs when the gums become infected and inflamed. Signs that you may have periodontal disease include: * red, sore, swollen gums * bleeding…

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Supplements to Defeat Diabetic Neuropathy

If you or someone you know is dealing with diabetic neuropathy, you are aware just how painful and debilitating this condition can be. The numbness, discomfort, and loss of sensation in the extremities isn’t just inconvenient—it can cause real problems. Fortunately, several supplements…

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Treating Diabetes the Conventional Way

If you are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, you’ll immediately—and unavoidably—be prescribed insulin. If the diagnosis is type 2 diabetes, you’ll probably be told to make some changes in your diet and to begin exercising. But, you’ll also likely be told to take a drug if…

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Natural Treatment for Stroke Patients

German researchers recently published results from a study that every patient dealing with complications from a stroke should know about: Treatment with hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) can lead to improvements in neurological function and quality of life months—even years—after a…

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5 Immune-Boosting Secrets Big Pharma Won't Tell You

At this time of the year, you can’t turn on the TV without seeing dozens of ads for products to treat everything from the sniffles to a fever. Pharmaceutical companies are counting on the fact that you’re going to get ill so they can rake in the big bucks off their remedies. But what…

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