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by Caroline on Oct 8th 2016

Have you ever thought that the two reasons for choosing a vitamin is flawed? Today’s market is absolutely flooded with nutrition products of every kind being offered. The typical consumer buys his or her nutrition products based on 2 main criteria— 1. What...

by Caroline on Aug 13th 2015

Many consumers who purchase nutritional products are simply unaware that most nutritional products in today’s market does not have science behind their products. In fact you could go to a nutritional jobber in a professional publication and send them what...

by Caroline on Feb 13th 2014

Shaklee Difference: Shaklee was the first company to create a soy-based protein supplement. In fact, the first soy isolate ever created was developed by Dr. Shaklee in the early 1970s. Over the years, clinical trials have proven what Dr. Shaklee knew back then-soy...

by Caroline on Jan 14th 2014

Exclusive: Dr. Lee Hieb says to beware studies that deny the obvious Dr. Lee Hieb is an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in spinal surgery. She is past president of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, a free market medical organization. The big...

by Caroline on Sep 19th 2013

    The Benefits of Shaklee’s 180Energy Tea One of my favorite things to drink is the Shakee 180 Energizing Tea everyday. My favorite is to pour a cold glass of water have in the refrigerator but leave room for about 1/4 to 1/3 of Pom 100% Pomgranite juice...

by Caroline on Sep 17th 2013

Many Supplement manfacturers will tell lyou that there isn’t any difference between natural and synthetic vitamins. But,According to published research by the U.S. National Library of Medicine it clearly shows that the cancer prevention qualities of natural...

by Caroline on Jul 26th 2013

I know a marketer in now living in Austin, TX who sold 30K a month in supplements a month until he was investigated and all his supplement contained was chili powder. He did an apology video and said he wasn’t aware of what was in them. He still markets...

by Caroline on Jun 18th 2013

Americans spend over $3 billion a year on protein powders                                 a year. You may be getting more or less in your protein powder than you bargained for including heavy metals, and things that are not on the...

by Caroline on Apr 29th 2013

Ruth  got a quadruple genetic whammy from her parents and grandparents. Her father died of a heart attack at age 60, and her mother struggled with angina all her adult life. Ruth never knew any grandparents – they all died young of heart disease. Ruth was aware...

by Caroline on Apr 7th 2013

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by Caroline on Sep 13th 2012

I am always surprised to see so much information on soy. Some good and some negative. As you can see there is some negative about soy but with that said it depends on many things. Dr. Richard Brouse is a Biochemist, a Clinical Nutritionist as well as a Physician...

by Caroline on Jul 29th 2012

CHICAGO — Federal inspections of companies that make dietary supplements — from multivitamins and calcium chews to capsules of echinacea and bodybuilding powders — reveal serious and widespread manufacturing problems in a $28 billion industry that sells products...

by Caroline on Jul 19th 2012

How do you choose a good food supplement or herb. Sometime it can be confusing as you look at the many supplements that manufacturers produce today. Most people do not realize that food supplents do not have to be tested before you take them. That fact should make...

by Caroline on May 3rd 2012

The food you eat and everything else put in your body will become the building blocks of the cells. Recent research shows that even microscopic deficiencies of the essential vitamins and other nutrients can cause cell damage. Ongoing cell damage can lead to cancer...

by Caroline on Mar 20th 2012

The biggest mistake that people make by taking vitamins is that most people don’t think twice about picking up their vitamins at a local discount store or their local grocery store. Dr. Steve Chaney, is a professor of Nutrition, Biochemistry and Biophysiolgy...

by Caroline on Sep 22nd 2011

A study at the Univeristy of Laval in Canada showed that if you increase your fish oil (DHA) you can reduce the extent of damage following a stroke by 25 %. In the study they fed  mice a diet rich in DHA for three months significantly reduced the severity of a...

by Caroline on May 18th 2011

Over the next several weeks I will be covering some of the key findings from the book “The Vitamin D Solution” by Dr. Michael F. Holick. Before beginning I should tell you that Dr. Holick is one of the leading vitamin D experts in the world. He is...

by Caroline on May 3rd 2011

This week I am continuing my coverage of “The Vitamin D Solution” by Dr. Michael Holick. One of the most interesting chapters of the book was the one in which he discussed autoimmune diseases – especially multiple sclerosis and type 1 diabetes. Multiple...

by Caroline on Nov 23rd 2010

The confusion has been lifted … we have clear evidence that SOY PROTEIN IS ONE OF THE BEST FOOD CHOICES to include in your diet DAILY! (This, of course, applies to both women and men..breast cancer rates among men have increased over the last several years)...

by Caroline on Oct 29th 2010

The age- old question of whether we need vitamins is no longer a valid question. The fact is that it is impossible to get the nutrients from our foods because our foods come from depleted soils. So the question is what type of vitamin is the most effective? As...

by Caroline on Oct 20th 2010

I just received an advertisement in my email about this pharmaceutical company that is bringing out a natural interferon. The copy ad starts out with … Savvy Stock Investor: This is the most important medical advance in 80 years. You’d have to go back...

by Caroline on Oct 5th 2010

When you see me at the store I am usually scouring the produce in the organic isle at Whole Foods or Central Market. I know that  my body doesn’t need any extra chemicals and pesticides. I think that the majority of people feel that organic veggies and fruits...

by Caroline on Sep 23rd 2010

It is no doubt that most peopel have heard of glucosamine .And some manufacturers add something called chontroiton.  I am going to share an article by Dr. Frank Painter explaining  how glucosamine works and why adding chontroiton does not benefit you when you...