Heavy Metal Exposure

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Heavy Metal Toxicity & Glyconutrients There are many heavy metals that can affect our health, but lead and mercury are, perhaps, the most dangerous. Lead has long been known to be a harmful environmental pollutant. The Secretary of the Depatment of Health & Human Services in late 1991 called lead “…number one environmental threat to […]

An Apple a Day?

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Ever wonder where the expression “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” comes from? Well, there may be some good scientific evidence that this is valid. The results of an animal study published by The American Physiological Society found that Quercetin, a powerful antioxidant present in apples and other fruits and vegetables, may have […]

Eat Your 5 to 9 Colors Each Day

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Why Should You Eat Fruits and Vegetables Every Day? Scientific research shows that eating fruits and vegetables every day reduces the risk of: Cancer Coronary Heart Disease Elevated cholesterol levels Vitamin deficiencies One of the wonderful things that happens when you eat fruits and vegetables every day is the consumption of the beneficial chemicals they […]

What Are Antioxidants?

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Toxins, Free Radicals and Antioxidants We all live in a toxic environment. No matter where we live or how careful we are, we can’t avoid environmental toxins. They are in the air we breathe, the food we eat and the water we drink all over the planet. What is particularly worrisome is the high levels […]

A Doctor's Story – How I Cured My Lifestyle

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How I Cured My Lifestyle Who Am I? I am a retired physician who practiced Pediatrics in Overland Park, KS for over 25 years. I also taught medical and nursing students, interns and residents from the University of Kansas School of Medicine as well as from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine and […]