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AIDS update

AIDS update – holistic vitamin-mineral therapy Frank Murray A.I.D.S. U P D A T E Holistic vitamin-mineral therapy has succeeded where traditional drug treatments have failed. When Louie Nassancy began suffering from complications associated with Kaposi’s sarcoma, he knew bad news soon would follow. In 1983, he was diagnosed with AIDS. Instead of turning to […]

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Amino acids can reduce depression

Amino acids can reduce depression Deborah Seymour Taylor Amino Acids Can Reduce Depression As early as 1951 the Handbook of Nutrition, published by the American Medical Association, stated “Life histories of patients have shown that the earliest effects of nutritive deficiency are not found first in physical ailments, but rather in the mental depression, nervous […]

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a new solution to an old problem; high-fiber, low-fat oat bran lowers cholesterol levels at a fraction of the cost of drugs

Oat bran: a new solution to an old problem; high-fiber, low-fat oat bran lowers cholesterol levels at a fraction of the cost of drugs Frank Murray Oat Bran: A New Solution To an Old Problem High-fiber, low-fat oat bran lowers cholesterol levels at a fraction of the cost of drugs. More than 25 years have […]

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Ease indigestion the natural way

Ease indigestion the natural way – natural digestive aids: includes related information Caroline Mure Ease Indigestion The Natural Way Health food stores offer a wealth of natural digestive aids. Reach for one next time you suffer from indigestion. Life in the fast lane often leaves us too busy to cook nutritious meals at home, or […]

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Rice bran may lower cholesterol – includes recipe

Rice bran may lower cholesterol – includes recipe – column Frank Murray Rice Bran May Lower Cholesterol For years we have been hearing about the health benefits of wheat bran and oat bran, but now there is a new kid on the block: rice bran. The thin brown layer that is milled off in the […]

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Niacin shows positive results in cancer research

Niacin shows positive results in cancer research Frank Murray Niacin Shows Positive Results in Cancer Research Current research suggests niacin, or vitamin B3, may play a key role in cancer prevention through its activities in cellular repair. Leading scientists involved in niacin nutrition believe the vitamin shows promise in treating and even preventing cancer. Myron […]

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Hypoglycemia responds to natural treatment

Hypoglycemia responds to natural treatment – chromium and dimethyl glycine; includes related information Deborah Semour Taylor Hypoglycemia Responds to Natural Treatment Characterized by faulty regulation of blood sugar, hypoglycemia can be effectively treated with chromium and dimethyl glycine. When the body’s highly sensitive sugar regulation thermostat stops working, nearly every aspect of health can be […]

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Brewer’s yeast

Brewer’s yeast Brewer’s Yeast Brewer’s yeast, which was initially a byproduct of the brewing industry, is one of the richest sources of protein, B vitamins and many minerals. Known scientifically as Saccharomyces cerevisiae, brewer’s yeast is available as a supplement in powder, tablet and flake forms. Normally, yeast cells are so active that they can […]

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The honeybee’s gifts: pollen and propolis

The honeybee’s gifts: pollen and propolis The Honeybee’s Gifts: Pollen and Propolis Nutrient-rich, anti-inflammatory and all natural, pollen and propolis win new converts. Honey is not the only good thing to come out of the beehive. Bee pollen and propolis are two nutrient-rich products offered by the honeybee that are turning heads among health foods […]

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Country kitchen – low-cholesterol crepes, includes recipe

Country kitchen – low-cholesterol crepes, includes recipe – column Leslye Michlin Borden Country Kitchen If you are on a restricted low-cholesterol diet, you may think you’ve seen the last of tempting gourmet foods like crepes. Butter and eggs, two of the biggest cholesterol offenders, are usually the chief ingredients in crepes. However, if you replace […]