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Teleseminar with Holly Lucille, ND, Hormones and Digestion
Wednesday September 16th EST

As a woman, it’s easy to identify a hormonal problem- it affects your entire life and outlook! You may know you need to get your hormones in check, but have you ever considered that the gut was part of the problem? You’ll be surprised to learn how interconnected the intestinal tract is to hormones. But once you make this connection, your health issues could be resolved! Listen to Holly Lucille, ND, RN explain, in her uniquely fun and informative style, how to connect the dots and what simple changes you can make that really make a difference.

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Featured Articles

Advanced Healing for Joints
by Terry Lemerond
With an aging population, it is an understatement to say that there is an explosion of joint health issues. The problem is that most over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription drugs are highly dangerous when used long-term, which is the very nature of the conditions many people face. Whether they are dealing with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), osteoarthritis (OA), past injuries, or work-related wear and tear, maintaining joints is an ongoing issue.
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A Pearl Among Probiotics
Submitted by Enzymatic Therapy
Probiotics are good bacteria that are essential to overall health including digestive balance and supporting immune health.* The World Health Organization has defined probiotics as, "live microorganisms which when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit on the host."
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Recommended by Dr. Sherry Rogers From Dr. Rogers' June 2015 Total Wellness Newsletter
In this excerpt Nutrients Needed for Stents, Have You Tried this Easy Blood-Pressure Solution?, Are You Getting enough DHA and EPA for Cell Membranes?  and The Power of Detox.
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The Discovery of an Allergy Solution: AllQlear
Submitted by Integrative Therapeutics, Inc.
In 1967, Dr. J.C. Truffier observed that farmers (as well as the families of those farmers) who raised quails had experienced support of healthy lung and upper respiratory function. At the time, Dr. Truffier was supervising over 200 medical specialists, and recommended quail egg preparations for support of lung and upper respiratory function. He gave raw quail eggs to his patients, including both adults and children, and observed improvements.
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Minerals for Stroke Prevention
By Jennifer Morganti, ND, NEEDS Director of Education
Stroke can be an especially alarming health problem because it tends to happen without warning and can have sudden and serious consequences. Unfortunately, strokes are quite common—in the US, a stroke occurs once every 40 seconds. Every four minutes, an American dies from a stroke and 60% of them are women. So anything we can learn about stroke prevention and stroke warning signs is valuable in helping to lower those statistics.
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Checking in on Your Zinc Levels
By Jennifer Morganti, ND, NEEDS Director of Education
Zinc, like magnesium, is critical to hundreds of enzymatic reactions in the body. And like magnesium, it's hard to accurately measure zinc levels in blood tests. Zinc is available in foods such as meat (especially beef), spinach, asparagus, and seeds like pumpkin and sesame, as well as other foods. How many Americans are zinc deficient? Sources say that up to 12% of all Americans may not consume the RDI for zinc. Considering that the RDI is a lower level than what our bodies ideally need (RDI is 8 mg for women and 11 mg for men), 12% may be an underestimation.
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