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Ahh… that bite of soothing bitter/sweet taste of dark chocolate… add the crunchy/creamy peanut butter taste… what a yummy snack! “Should I or should I not?” When I grew up, snacking or eating between meals was unheard of. It would ruin my appetite for the next meal. We ate 3 meals a day and that […]

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Indigestion? Check it Out! Product of the Month – NeoLife Beta-Zyme Two-product system to support complete digestion and maximum effect Attacks digestive problems where they begin Unique 2-product system targets the stomach and intestines Restores natural stomach acid and digestive enzymes compromised by age or stress Attacks the problem not just the symptom … not just […]

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How healthy is the protein and fat from feedlot cows? Cows in feedlots may or may not be happy and healthy! Cows are herd animals. They love being with their buddies whether in a pasture or in a feedlot. I speak from experience; it takes a well built fence to keep cows away from one […]

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You may have reached a time in your life when you’ve struggled with the rolls of fat collecting around your waist. You exercise occasionally, eat right when you can and practice every technique you know of on weight loss, but still that stubborn fat accumulates more and more each year. So here you are frustrated […]

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Do you have a toxic brain? A toxic brain for the sake of this article is a brain that has been exposed to various toxins in the environment or the food you eat. My last article “Do You Want A Fat Brain?” addressed some of the issues that can cause a shrinking brain. A shrinking […]

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Why would you want a fat brain?   The natural aging process can cause brain atrophy or shrinkage. That is when we find ourselves worrying about brain function.   “Why am I standing here with the refrigerator door open?” “What did I do with my keys?” “Honey, did we forget to mail the car payment?” […]

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Liver from a grass-fed animal is considered a Super Food. Your liver is like a whole body filter system that helps you get rid of the bad stuff. So just how does this work? You are probably either saying, “Yuk, eating liver is beyond gross” or “I love liver, especially liver and onions.” Liver as […]

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Blood pressure has a great deal to do with increasing or reducing your risk of Metabolic Syndrome and Type II Diabetes. This is the 4th blog I’ve written recently about Metabolic Syndrome. I’ve discussed several of the risk factors involved in determining if you are at risk of developing Type II Diabetes. Those risk factors […]

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Where are you in your health risk of Metabolic Syndrome and Type 2 Diabetes? Metabolic Syndrome is a health challenge you want to avoid that is described by a cluster of risk factors associated with Type 2 Diabetes. You need to know and start taking charge of these risk factors. Obesity with waistlines over 40 […]

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  Diabetes nutrition is not all about calories. Yes, being overweight can contribute to diabetes as well as other associated diseases such as heart disease, high blood pressure, vision problems, joint problems, digestive issues, kidney disease, cancer, etc. In general conversations with diabetics, I have been told numerous times, “It doesn’t matter what I eat, it’s all […]

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