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I’m In for 10!

The long term benefits of weight loss has been studied by many, even the CDC published studies showing the positive effect of weight loss on chronic diseases. I don’t like to be ill, how about you?

Problems with Swallowing Capsules

Problems with Swallowing Capsules is a challenge I find in many of my clients.  They get to a certain age and seem no longer able to swallow capsules or larger tablets without pain. This affliction has people shying away from good vitamins and minerals in lieu of chewable options like babies use.  What the chewable […]

How is Your Bone Health?

More than 1.5 million fractures occur every year because of osteoporosis. It is estimated that one half of women and up to one in four men age 50 and older will break a bone because of osteoporosis.

Alternative to Juicing, Easy & Simple

Now her days are filled with good protein, easily absorbed vitamins and more free time! Shaklee 180 Smoothees, fresh fruit and Shaklee Vializer fill the bill! Wow, “juicing” is now simple and easy

Chronic Inflammation and CVD

It is estimated that 24 Million Americans take statin drugs each year. And yet, CVD is now the nation’s #1 Killer! New research that “indicates the primary mechanism by which statins lower risk is not by reducing LDL cholesterol but instead by decreasing systemic inflammation.”

SPF and Sun Exposure

Apply UVA/UVB protection every day, indoors and out. Statistics prove that most UV exposure occurs when we’re not even thinking about it

Cinch, Brad Lamm, Dr Oz and Weight!

Brad Lamm loves Cinch, uses Cinch products every day; he mentions this in the book, Just 10 Pounds. He is regular contributor to the Dr Oz show and toured the country talking Cinch!

Is What You are Eating Worth Dying For?

Cancer cells use glucose, carbohydrates, to grow. So not eating breads, cookies, cakes and such while fighting cancer is not so bad if you have a quicker, healthier recovery.

Targeted Solutions to Aging

Good Health is a choice we make each day. Are you making the correct choices to have a healthier life, a longer life, a better quality of life as you age?

Sleeping Pills and Death

Patients taking between 18 and 132 doses or more per year had a risk of death more than 5 times those that did not take the sleeping pills.

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