How To Overcome Stress

“To meet the nutritional demands of stress must be the first consideration in planning any diet, regardless of whom it is for, and in coping with any disease, regardless of its nature. If the body’s reaction to stress is understood and the diet can be adjusted accordingly, the problem of achieving health is often largely solved.”

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Too Much or Too Little Acid?


For a very long time, we have been fed false data about heartburn and how to handle it. The most common solution proposed is antacids. Believe it or not, that’s the worst thing you can do to deal with it. Whilst antacids or the usual alkalizer suggestions, including baking soda, may help to handle the symptoms at that moment, they actually worsen the problem.

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Holistic Weight Loss Coach Integrates Instant CalMag-C

Nanette DeGroat, Founder of Breakthrough M2 Weight Loss Discusses the Benefits of Instant CalMag-C In Detox

Nanette DeGroat, Founder of Breakthrough M2 Weight Loss Discusses Detox Benefits of Instant CalMag-C In Her Seminar

While it may be unbelievable that calcium and magnesium have something to do with weight loss, one holistic health coach has found a yet more obvious use in combating overlooked side-effects attributed to weight-loss failure, solving one of the foremost factors associated with giving up on virtually any diet plan.

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How To Handle Sunburn

What is The Actual Problem With Sunburn?

There is some relatively unknown data about sunburn that I’d like to share with you in the hope that it will help you or anyone you know who may need it. We all know that sunburn is caused by too much sun, but do you know why we get burned?

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We All Need Cholesterol To Live

Hardening of The Arteries

Coronary artery disease (CAD)“, which is basically “hardening of the arteries” “is the most common type of heart disease. It is the leading cause of death in the United States in both men and women.

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How to Handle a Fatty Liver

Liver Functions

The liver, located under the diaphragm just above the stomach, is the largest organ in the body; and thousands of chemical reactions take place in it every second during life. When healthy, it inactivates hormones no longer needed, synthesizes many amino acids used in building tissues, and breaks proteins into sugar and fat when required for energy or eaten in excess. This liver also produces lecithin, cholesterol, bile, blood albumin vital to the removal of tissue wastes, prothrombin essential to the clotting of blood, and innumerable enzymes and
coenzymes. It converts sugar into body starch, or glycogen, stores it, and reconverts it to sugar when needed; and it stores iron, copper, several trace minerals, vitamins A and, to some extent, D, E, K, and the B vitamins. A healthy liver destroys harmful substances such as histamine, and detoxifies drugs, poisons, chemicals, and toxins from bacterial infections. Liver damage interferes with all of these functions and many more.
” From Adelle Davis’ Let’s Get Well, chapter Liver Damage Has Become  Widespread.

What Causes a Liver To Become Fatty?

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How Could Calcium Affect Weight Loss?

What Does Calcium Have to Do With Stubborn Weight Loss? from Desiree Lotz

Can you lose stubborn weight by minding your calcium levels? What does calcium have to do with weight loss diet failure, fat reduction or even obesity and overweight? Watch this slideshow and decide for yourself.

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Stomach Ulcers

Ulcers can be very dangerous, the worst case being that a hole can be opened up allowing food to get from the alimentary canal into the surrounding tissue. Famous nutritionist, Adelle Davis, reports the following fascinating and enlightening information about ulcers in her book “Let’s Get Well” where she quotes the work of Dr Hans Selye, the pioneer of stress research and how rats that had limbs immobilized (to cause stress) developed ulcers overnight.  Parallels for this were people who developed ulcers overnight during war-time air raids.

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