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Let's Get the Word Out About Diabetes and Heart Disease

…sharing a recipe, you’ll be helping everyone to lead healthier lives. Please also share this blog post on your Facebook wall so we can get others to join in the effort, too! Then, keep checking back on my blog since I'll be sharing exciting news about nutritional supplements that can help you keep your…

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Special Note About Type 1 Diabetes

…While the vast majority of people living with diabetes are suffering from the type 2 variety, it is important to note that the advice found in this blog and in my Health & Healing newsletter apply to both forms of the disease. If you’re dealing with type 1 diabetes you, too, should adhere to the recipes…

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FRIDAY FUN: Independence Day Scavenger

…advice on my blog that can make your holiday celebration safer, healthier, and more enjoyable. I could list these tips and recommendations out for you, but I thought it would be more fun to make a game of it. Using the search bar at the top right of this page, you can hunt through my past blog posts—or…

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Going Beyond Water To Stay Hydrated & Healthy

…getting plenty of pure, clean water (at least eight to 10, eight-ounce glasses per day) is a must. However, water isn’t the focus of this particular blog. There are a handful of other beverages out there that not only satisfy thirst but also confer multiple health benefits. * Green tea is known for its…

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Which of My Multinutrient Formulas Is Right for You?

In this final entry of my blog series on how the components of a quality daily multivitamin and mineral supplement help promote and support optimal health and well-being, I want to answer a question I receive often about my Forward Plus and Forward Gold Daily Regimen multinutrient formulas: Which one…

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Diabetic Recipes for Dinner: Lentil Soup

…mean 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 chicken…

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Recipes for Diabetes: Luscious Layered Salad

…sacrifice 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 mayonnaise…

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More Weight Loss Secrets the Diet Industry Won't Reveal

You may remember a blog I wrote several weeks back about how exercise can reprogram your brain so you won’t overeat. That’s a secret the diet industry won’t tell you about, since they can’t directly profit off your ability to take a brisk walk. Well, now I want to reveal even more weight loss…

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A New Vaccine Is Not the Way to Help People Stop Smoking

…Sulfonil that binds with the nicotine receptors and blocks the cravings even more effectively than the nicotine itself. In fact, I wrote an entire blog filled with information to help you stop smoking. But creating another new vaccine to help smokers kick the habit is a ridiculous, and potentially dangerous…

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Remedies Worse Than the Disease

…the medication. Ask him/her to help you implement a program of weight loss, lifestyle changes, and other natural remedies for diabetes. Check this blog frequently, do your own research, and talk with your doctor to determine that you’re getting the care that’s best for you.

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We Need to Act NOW to Save Nutritional Supplements!

…the Alliance for Natural Health, 1350 Connecticut Ave NW, 5th Floor, Washington, DC 20036 or visit anh-usa.org. I also encourage you to share this blog post on your Facebook page. We need to get this message out to every American who uses nutritional supplements and/or values freedom and is concerned…

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Type 2 Diabetes Is No Longer an Adult Disease

…diabetes, while the overall number of people living with diabetes continues to explode. What Can You Do? First, keep reading the information in this blog and in my monthly newsletter Health & Healing. Recognize that there are natural remedies for diabetes and do what you can to learn about them. Second…

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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 (bad!…

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Boost Cognitive Function With This Brain Bender

…is in the middle. 6. The Jack is somewhere to the right of the 10 card. Do you know the answer? Go ahead and post it in the comments. Then check my blog on Monday, May 2 for the answer. You may also be interested in: * Exercise Your Brain * Curcumin: The Spice of Life and Health

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Just Say No to Diet Drugs

…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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Nutrient Spotlight: 3 Primary Antioxidants

…other 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 primary antioxidants…

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