Monthly Archives: March 2011

Building Muscle in Elders: Show Me the “Whey”!

Older adults who lose muscle may simply not be consuming enough protein.  To stimulate muscle building, older adults need greater amounts of protein than do younger persons. The proteins from a meal break down in the digestive tract into individual … Continue reading

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Restricted Diet Relieves Symptoms in 4 out of 5 Children with ADHD!

A study just published in the Lancet supports what many parents have been saying for years: the best way to resolve ADHD symptoms is to try a restricted elimination diet. After ADHD symptoms are relieved, you can gradually add back … Continue reading

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Still More on Iodine and other Protective Supplements

Here is some information from Dr. Thomas Cowan, Author of The Fourfold Path to Healing and board member of the Weston A. Price Foundation. “Many people have asked me what, if anything, they should do to prepare for the possibility of … Continue reading

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More on Iodine

Here is information from Dr. David Brownstein, author of Iodine: Why You Need It, Why You Can’t Live Without It. Monday, March 14, 2011 Japan Radiation Update I have received many questions from my post yesterday about the nuclear disaster … Continue reading

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Iodine

Some experts are predicting that the gulf stream will bring radioactive particles to the United States.  Many folks are purchasing iodine supplements to prevent thyroid damage during radioactive fallout, and supplies are running short.  (Natural iodine protects the thyroid from … Continue reading

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MSG and Food Colorings: Beware!

On March 12, 2011, I was the keynote speaker at the Cedar Grove School health fair in Ashburn, Virginia.  I presented “Food for Thought Part I,” which describes the effects of food additives on children’s ability to learn.  Did you … Continue reading

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