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A New Weapon To Fight Heart Disease

…have this test done, what should you do? Some researchers believe you should take antibiotics to inhibit inflammation. I feel that more research is needed on anti-inflammatories before we begin foisting antibiotics on patients. Research shows that estrogen therapy is associated with favorable lipid…

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Is Red Meat Safe?

…researchers suggested meat eaters could perhaps be given antibiotics to kill off the bacteria that turn L-carnitine into TMAO. I have another suggestion—cut back on red meat. And more importantly, cut back on red meat that’s treated with antibiotics, hormones, insecticides, pesticides and nitrites, as…

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Summer Hazard #1: Tick-Borne Illnesses

…boy was hospitalized for neck pain and stiffness. He had trouble moving his head. It was so scary! He was dehydrated, so along with giving him antibiotics and intravenous fluids, his MD’s had to rule out meningitis. We cringed that our little guy would need a spinal tap, but he was well sedated and…

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Postoperative Resistance Training

…helps to detoxify the body, another great thing to do preoperatively to be in a state of better health, and postoperatively to clear anesthesia, antibiotics, narcotics, and other drugs you may have needed during your operative course. In fact, Dr. Sinatra believes that the perks of resistance training…

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Secrets for Surviving Seasonal Flu

…us and many areas of our country are being hit hard already. Even our son-in-law was one the many folks in Massachusetts who needed the help of antibiotics to fight off the seasonal flu. It was also devastating to hear about the 17-year-old athlete who died of a secondary infection from the seasonal…

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Eating Healthy Foods: Test Your Food IQ

…once or twice a week. You just want to make sure you’re choosing grass-fed beef, which is usually raised organically—so it’s not filled with antibiotics, steroids, hormones or inflammatory omega-6 fats. Q: Which is better for cooking, coconut or vegetable oil? A: The hands-down winner is coconut oil…

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Foods High in Saturated Fat Aren’t the Enemy

…in Saturated Fat * Go ahead and eat beef—but make it grass-fed beef. Grass-fed beef is usually organically raised, so it’s not filled with antibiotics, steroids, hormones or inflammatory omega-6 fats. * You can have butter. Just eat it in moderation. * Eggs are perfectly heart-healthy. Cage-free…

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Grapefruit Interactions with Medication and Your Liver

…drug and grapefruit interactions. Someone pumping vitamin C levels with grapefruit to fight an infection make take longer to improve despite the antibiotic they are taking—or develop diarrhea. Grapefruit Interactions in Women According to a recent British study, postmenopausal women eating half a fresh…

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Eating Organic: Don’t be Fooled by the Media Frenzy

…habits—based on this latest research analysis. The fact is organic foods that meet the US Department of Agriculture standards are pesticide-free, antibiotic-free, fertilizer-free, hormone-free, and contamination-free. And the primary reason I follow and recommend an organic diet is because our planet…

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The Benefits of Multivitamins

…that if you eat a healthy diet you don’t need a multivitamin. The problem, however, is that our diets are laced with genetically modified foods, antibiotic laced poultry, feed lot cattle and more. All of these things put enormous stress on our bodies. Taking a multivitamin and nutritional supplement…

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