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How to Curb Alcohol Cravings

Approximately 18 million Americans are addicted to alcohol, and information from the World Health Organization shows that there are 140 million people in the world with alcohol disorders. The good news is that you can cut your cravings and even end your addiction, and I will show you how....

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Why You Crave Salt

Do you ever find it nearly impossible to stop eating potato chips? Or do you sometimes find yourself swinging through the drive-thru for some fries even when you're not really hungry? If so, you're not alone. Humans are hard wired to crave salt- and that makes sense, since we...

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DHA Makes Women Smarter, Men Faster

Study suggests brain function improves with 1,160mg/day Women get smarter and men get faster after DHA supplementation, suggest a new study. The study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, investigated the effect of DHA on the cognitive abilities of young men and women. DHA, or docosahexaenoic acid, is an omega-3...

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Feedback on KPFK Interview

Hi Dr.Cass, I enjoyed listening to your interview today. I am a local private health chef who is working on a book called "Culinary Secrets from a Left Handed Private Health Chef" (www.junepagan.com) . I have worked with a variety of homeopathic internists, registered dietitians, trainers over the past 30...

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Breeding the Nutrition Out of Our Food

Here is a timely article on the importance of eating whole foods, and in a fairly conservative and very respectable publication, the New York Times. WE like the idea that food can be the answer to our ills, that if we eat nutritious foods we won’t need medicine or supplements....

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Help Fight Monsanto And Genetically Modified Foods (GMOs)…!!!

Urgent: Please donate today!  80% of all processed foods in the United States contain food that was grown using some form of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The Organic Consumers Association (OCA) has been doing a heroic fighting Monsanto's efforts to prohibit GMO labeling laws. In November, voters in Washington...

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8 Weeks to Vibrant Health Coaching

You deserve a life of health and abundance! What if, in just 8 weeks, you could: 1. Stop PMS, hot flashes, mood swings and hormone-related irritability, and regain hormone balance? 2. Start on a weight control program that really works because it’s not just about “eat less and exercise...

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Is it Drugs, Not Guns, That Causes Violence?

A common thread amongst the most horrific school shootings of the past 25 years is that the majority of the shooters were taking a psychiatric medication. With the media fixated on guns and violent video games, Connecticut's chief medical examiner says he's seeking genetic clues to help explain why...

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FDA Takes Action Against Ambien Dosages for Women

FDA is requiring that dose of Ambien for women be cut in half due to prolonged action, making its users  accident-prone the next day! I've written about this for years, both that women require lower doses of medications, and that there are safer, natural products to help you sleep, drug-free. For...

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Methylfolate for Depression

Here is a mainstream study advocating the use of a special form of the B vitamin, folic acid. How does it work? To make neurotransmitters, we need methyl groups. If we don’t make methyl groups due to a genetic variation (could be as high as 30% of the population),...

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French study finds tumors in rats fed GM corn

The first animal feeding trial studying the lifetime effects of exposure to Roundup tolerant GM maize, and Roundup, the world's best-selling weedkiller, shows that levels currently considered safe can cause tumors and multiple organ damage and lead to premature death in laboratory rats, according to research published online today...

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Higher Death Risk With Sleeping Pills

People are relying on sleeping pills more than ever to get a good night’s rest, but a new study by Scripps Clinic researchers links the medications to a 4.6 times higher risk of death and a significant increase in cancer cases among regular pill users. The results, published February...

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