Posts Tagged ‘vitamin C’

A Big-Time Way to Help Your Body

Doctors tell us vitamins are useless–and add their little joke about expensive urine. But then they say if we hit the old vitamin bottle too hard, we’ll die. Well, now, how in the world can both statements be true? In fact, neither is. Vitamins and minerals do powerful things. But instead of marching in and…

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One Vitamin Everybody Needs

Your body won’t sparkle and shine without your dietary help. In fact, your wonderful body will prune up and go into sloth mode without some solid effort from you. Such as? Well, for one thing, we all need vitamins, minerals, amino acids–and I could go on–to high-step through life with style and energy.

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Dealing With Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration, the leading cause of blindness in the U.S.(and probably around the world)–with numbers expected to at least double by 2050–is mostly a man-made disaster. Once rare, it started its rampage to the top of the charts in the 1970s.

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Our Illogical Bodies

In my previous post, I talked about our bodies not being logical. Not that they’re illogical, but that they’re biochemical, which is a whole different thing. Today I’m talking about commonly-accepted “facts” that come from logical thinking. Dr. Joseph Mercola is a well-known osteopathic doctor and health guru. He seems to be a good guy,…

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The Epidemic of Liver Disease

A subscriber writes, “Bette, I do want to feel better. I have PBC, Primary Biliary Cirrhosis. So I don’t know what I can and cannot put in my body that will not compromise my liver. All I know is I am sick and tired of being sick and tired.”

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Saving Our Bones

Worrying about bone health gets a lot of press, but rather than just talking about our bones, here are four easy tips to keep them in good shape for a lifetime.

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Natural vs Synthetic

There’s a lot of to-do going on about natural vitamins having an edge on the synthetics. And, truth to tell, going natural sure sounds good. The way God intended and all. But like with so many things, the devil’s in the details.

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