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Know The Cause

December 1st Newsletter (video)

Dec, 01
2012

Happy Holidays

dkaufmann2 My gift to all of you is the life changing and lifesaving knowledge this newsletter has imparted to you in 2012. I know that sounds trite and even a bit narcissistic, but I don’t mean for it to be. Knowledge is power. However, far too often in the healthcare world, we get information, but not knowledge. Why? I believe it is because the facts regarding the cause of illness and diseases are obstructed by the American model of heath care.

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Dec, 01
2012

We Have Choices

kkons I was walking through the grocery store this morning on a mission for one item in the very back corner of the store. I was weaving between the aisles, glancing at all the packaged foods – frozen dinners, ice cream, chips, crackers, etc. In my head, I imagined it like a game, a stoplight with red, yellow and green. All the worst options (packaged, processed foods) were lighting up bright red.

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Dec, 01
2012

 

Jeffery Zavik Ever notice how symptoms are often worse or more frequent around the holidays – stuffy or runny noses, indigestion, headaches and fatigue? It may be hidden allergies. Not just "fungus among us", there are foods and other troublemakers floating in the environment causing low-grade inflammatory reactions. These reactions are not always thought of as allergies, yet the symptoms sure feel like you’re allergic to something!

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Dec, 01
2012

Happy Holiday Season!

kdrew Back in my twenties, I listened to a lot self-help gurus. I only liked a few of them, like Zig Ziglar and Jim Rohn, but I listened to and read all of them. They all basically had the same “you can do it” message, as well as the same strategies like “write down your goals” and “never quit”.

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Dec, 01
2012

Choose Health (Recipe)

ddunham As this year comes to a close, if you’re like most people, you may already be considering resolutions for the new year. Unfortunately, many of us also decide to “begin” whatever new and better choices we plan to implement after January first. Why do we do this?

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