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Magnesium - Protecting Against Age-Related Diseases and Stroke Risk

Magnesium - Protecting Against Age-Related Diseases and Stroke Risk

Most Americans have inadequate Magnesium intake, increasing their risk for stroke, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and type II diabetes.

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Know Your Blood Glucose Numbers!

Know Your Blood Glucose Numbers!

Many mainstream physicians look at fasting blood glucose as the primary indicator of a person's diabetes related risk. However recently published scientific literature points to postprandial (after-meal) glucose and A1C as equally important. Postprandial glucose can be high and dangerous even in people with normal fasting glucose levels. Fasting blood...

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Have You Checked Your Homocysteine Levels?

Have You Checked Your Homocysteine Levels?

A growing body of scientific evidence links many age-related disorders to elevated homocysteine blood levels.

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Nutrition and Sleep?

Nutrition and Sleep?

Anyone who suffers from insomnia understands the seriousness of not getting a good night’s sleep.  When we get inadequate sleep, our whole life can suffer, including work, family and health. First, remember that awakening during the night can be the result of what you ate or drank hours before.  Things like...

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Father's Day

Father's Day

Men’s Health Since Sunday is Father’s Day and June is National Men’s Health month, I would like to discuss two topics related to men’s health. Heart Disease and Cholesterol Lowering Drugs: Heart disease remains the number one killer of men despite the wide use of prescription cholesterol lowering drugs.  This...

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