Monthly Archives: February 2009

Heart Health Promise Of Fiber

Fiber. That plant substance we might want to eat volumes of in order to keep regular. 25 grams daily volume of. Fiber helps us to naturally remove toxins.  It also binds with cholesterol-rich bile acids, preventing them from being absorbed into the … Continue reading

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Vitamin E For Your Heart

 Vitamin E is a classic anti-oxidant and a nutrient that improves immune function.  Vitamin E has an affinity for oxygen, protects the cells from damage and paired with Vitamin C is a very dynamic nutritional duo. Vitamin E is especially beneficial to those striving to prevent … Continue reading

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Is Vitamin E Safe?

the commentary below is completely sourced from Confused About The News About Vitamin E?Vitamin E is Safe and Effective There are more than 1,000 studies that support the safe and efficacious use of Vitamin E supplements. Research studies on Vitamin … Continue reading

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Sun Kissed

The sun kissed these items in my kitchen this morning. Thematically the presence of the sun on these frigid winter days warms my heart.Can you tell I favor the color blue?

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Local Contributing Columnist

This past summer I was chosen by one of our local newspapers to be a contributing columnist.  The editor at the time told me absolutely NO nutrition commentary. TOO healthbeat – ish,  NOT what our readership wants to read about she said .  … Continue reading

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Fish Oil to Lower Cholesterol

I can lower your cholesterol naturally. Pretty strong statement, eh? Can I offer a guaruntee? No – I can’t. That’s not how I work. However I have worked with enough clients over the years who have followed a specific nutritional … Continue reading

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Lower Your Cholesterol Naturally

Cholesterol Lowering Program Heart disease is still our #1 killer disease in America. Following a good prevention program of exercise, a diet high in fiber, low in fat, and keeping our cholesterol level at 180 or below, can significantly reduce our … Continue reading

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