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Aluminum - Newsletter 6
Aluminum is one of the eight most abundant elements on earth. Those elements are Oxygen, Silicon, Aluminum, Iron, Calcium, Sodium, Potassium and Magnesium. Together those 8 elements form 98% of the earth crust.
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The American Diet : A Recipe For Disaster - Newsletter 17
The American Diet, A Recipe For Disaster is meant to be a provocative title. The word "American" evokes strong positive beliefs : We don't like to question our American way of living. We prefer to relate American to strong and vigorous, to "best" in the world.The term "disaster" defines a happening that causes great harm and damage, a serious misfortune, a calamity. Therefore, how can something "American" be a disaster?
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The B Vitamins of the B Group - Newsletter 19
The vitamins of the B group work as a team. As in a team, they depend upon each other.The deficiency of one results in the impairment of the others. That impairment may be at the absorption level. The one less absorbed may be essential for a third one to perform.
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The Effects of Pharmaceuticals and Nutraceuticals on Brain - Newsletter 10
Pharmaceuticals influence metabolic processes, precipitating or slowing down the pace of biochemical reactions.
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Cancer Prevention by Diet - Newsletter 3
Approximately 2,100,000 new cancer cases were diagnosed in 1997 in the US. Among them were 181,600 new cases of breast cancer (180,200 in women and 1,400 in men), 178,100 new cases of lung cancer, 334,500 new cases of prostate cancer, 131,200 new cases of colon and rectum cancer (94,100 of colon and 37,100 of rectum), 26,800 new cases of cancer of the ovary, 49,400 new
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Selenium and Cancer - Newsletter 9
Selenium is a trace element widely and irregularly distributed in the environment. Its availability and content in food may vary significantly depending on the region.
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Carbohydrate in Our Biochemistry - Newsletter 8b
Human diets have changed over history and not always for the better. Hunter-gatherer societies ate a variety of foods including roots, wild grains, berries, tree sap and nuts. After the advent of agriculture, people settled down to regular consumption of a much more limited variety of easy-to-grow foods, such as potatoes wheat and rice.
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The Great Variety of Charbohydrate - Newsletter 8
Many forward-thinking professionals in nutrition medicine still discuss dietary saccharides only in terms of energy sources.
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The Role of Essential Fatty Acids - Newsletter 13b
Since more than twenty years, the interest of research has shifted from fat to Essential Fatty acids (EFAs). The low fat diet is no longer a subject of study, except for its negative consequences on health.
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The Nature of Fat - Newsletter 13a
So many questions. Where are the answers? The answers are there. Follow the guide.Yes, an oil is a fat, the only difference is that an oil is liquid at room temperature while a fat is not. This answers the last question.
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The n-3 Essential Fatty Acid Deficiency Diseases - Newsletter 13d
In the past 2 decades, views about dietary n-3 fatty acids have moved from speculation about their functions to solid evidence that they are not only essential nutrients but also may favorably modulate many diseases.
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A Low Fat Diet Is A Health Hazard - Newsletter 13
Fat molecules are containers of fatty acids. Each fat molecule contains three fatty acids.We make fat molecules from the fatty acids we find in food.
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Heart Diseases - Newsletter 14
Pharmaceutical products do not prevent heart disease. The prevalence of heart failure is increasing worldwide despite the increasing use of modern pharmaceuticals.
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Hypothyroidism - Newsletter 9b
The symptoms of hypothyroidism by selenium deficiency do not differ from the symptoms of hypothyroidism caused by an insufficient thyroid hormone production by the thyroid gland.
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The Interactions between Nutraceuticals and between Nutraceuticals and Pharmaceuticals - Newsletter 4
There is a concern in the medical world, about the flourishing use of nutraceuticals, the silence of patients in regard to that consumption and the possible occurrence of interaction between nutraceuticals and prescribed drugs:
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The Pharmaceutical / Nutraceutical Interference - Newsletter 11
This page provides information about incompatibilities between Pharmaceuticals and Nutraceuticals.
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Intestinal Malabsorption - Newsletter 7
Aluminum is one of the eight most abundant elements on earth. Those elements are Oxygen, Silicon, Aluminum, Iron, Calcium, Sodium, Potassium and Magnesium. Together those 8 elements form 98% of the earth crust.
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Interesting Links - Newsletter 12
This page provides information about incompatibilities between Pharmaceuticals and Nutraceuticals.
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Macular Degeneration. The Preventive Role of Nutraceuticals - Newsletter 2
A condition in which the retina of the eye progressively losses its ability to register light. The condition primarly affects the central part of the retina.
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Our Food is Deprived of Minerals. The Proof - Newsletter 16
The experts in Crop and Soil Science state that 19 elements are required by plants, that plants will generally die if a soil can not supply any of those elements, that soils may or may not contain all the elements plants need, and that some elements have to be added to the soil to maintain plant health.
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Strategy for a Pregnancy - The Power of the Mitochondria - Newsletter 5a
Everyone knows what a pregnant woman should reject -- drugs, tobacco, alcohol -- Here we tell you to reject the above well before becoming pregnant and we explain what you should do before and during pregnancy.
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Strategy for a Pregnancy - Newsletter 5
You want to become pregnant? Read the message. You are pregnant? You can have that strong and healthy baby you want! Here is how:
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A Study of 35 Prepared Pregnancies - Newsletter 5b
The following is the summary of a presentation: "Low Body Temperature, Prematurity and Intra-Uterine Growth Retardation" given by Edmond Devroey MD at the 8the International Congress of Perinatalogy.
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Osteoporosis, Bones, Calcium and Beyond - Newsletter 15
Bones need more than only calcium. Bones need chondroitine, glucosamine, essential fatty acids, at least five vitamins, and beyond calcium, a large variety of other mineral.
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Silver, A Beneficial Heavy Metal - Newsletter 18
The term "Heavy Metals" is generally interpreted to include those metals from periodic table groups IIA through VIA.At trace levels, many of these elements are necessary to support life. However, at elevated levels they become toxic, may build up in biological systems, and become a significant health hazard.
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The Importance of Mineral and Vitamin Supplements - Newsletter 1
Why are Mineral and Vitamin Supplements Important? The importance of mineral and vitamin supplements results from the alarming documentation of their scarcity in our food.
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