Monthly Archives: August 2009

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Black Beans And Rice

I get a hankering for beans.  Maybe that’s weird, but I love them!!  I have been trying to replicate the black beans I ate in Costa Rica and have yet to find the taste I recall so affectionately.  However I … Continue reading

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Killer Cells Aren’t Choosy

The summary below was shared in a field email sent from our highly regarded sales leader and Professer of Biochemistry & Biophysics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Dr. Stephan Chaney While clinical studies are the gold standard for … Continue reading

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Why Take Echinacea For Seasonal Allergies Or The Flu?

One of my absolutely favorite herbal nutritional products is Echinacea.  Taken intermittently in times of stress, changes in weather temperature or when exposed to something germy.  ( Like travel or exposure in your child’s kindergarten class or family gatherings. ) I … Continue reading

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Why Take Beta Carotene For Seasonal Allergies Or The Flu?

When one thinks of anti-oxidants they typically think of  the super trio Vita C, E and Beta Carotene. I have always known Beta Carotene to be the all mighty carrot! We all know carrots are good for you. However, as nutritional sciences advanced … Continue reading

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Why Take Vitamin E For Seasonal Allergies Or The Flu?

We are talking about ways to prevent colds and flu this month. Vitamin E is a classic anti-oxidant and a nutrient that improves immune function.  It has an affinity for oxygen, protects the cells from damage and paired with Vitamin C is a … Continue reading

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Why Take Vitamin C For Seasonal Allergies Or The Flu?

This month I am exploring the natural approach to preparing for colds and flu. A classic anti-oxidant nutrient,very well known for its boosting immune function is Vitamin C. Soon citrus fruit will be at its prime.  I personally can’t eat enough … Continue reading

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