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How Cooked Is Too Cooked? – Article

Nancy Appleton, PhD

Nancy Appleton, PhD

Have you ever wondered the best way to eat food – raw, slightly cooked, moderately cooked or well done?

The article link below provides information on how much you cook your food can affect different organ systems and their ability to break down the nutrients your body needs.

Learn how digestion plays a role in nutrient absorption, and how the different food you eat- and how cooked they are- can be a game changer.

Article Link: How Cooked Is Too Cooked by Nancy Appleton, PhD

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Why Are Current Conventional Calcium Recommendations Wrong?

David Getoff, CCN, CTN, FAAIM

David Getoff, CCN, CTN, FAAIM

People can usually meet their calcium requirements with a healthy, traditional diet. Sometimes another 500-600mg is helpful. However, what is detrimental to health is too much calcium, especially calcium supplementation that is not in a 2 to 1 ratio with magnesium. For example, if you take a multivitamin with 800mg of calcium it should also supply you with at least 400mg of magnesium. More magnesium than that is not a problem, and is sometimes beneficial, as most of us are deficient in this nutrient, but more calcium is not helpful.

Often people will be told … Continue Reading →

Grief Acupressure Points – Video

with Michael Reed Gach, PhD

with Michael Reed Gach, PhD

Are you dealing with deep emotions? What triggered them?

In the video link below you can learn how to use Acupressure points for relieving grief, sadness, depression, feeling stuck, chest tightness, difficulty breathing, coughing, and for letting go.

Another self-healing technique to explore.

Video Link: Grief Acupressure Points with Michael Reed Gach, PhD

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Resource menu – AHHA Resource

FooterMenuThe newly updated AHHA website (ahha.org) has a horizontal photo menu in the page footer under the heading DISCOVER ALL OF THE RESOURCES IN THIS WEBSITE. There are four menu items visible at a time. By clicking on the triangle at the end of the row, you can access five more sets of four. We invite you to enjoy using this menu to explore the 24 resources available for you on our website.… Continue Reading →

Prevention Awareness for Weekend Warriors – Article

Mark Lamm

Mark Lamm

Are you a weekend warrior? Weekend warriors subject their bodies to intense physical activities without movement and aerobics during the rest of the week.

The article link below explains how the risk associated with this kind of activity can be bad for your body. Not to worry, there is a solution!

Learn what this simple solution is and how you can help your body get into your weekend workouts- safely!

Article Link: Prevention Awareness for Weekend Warriors by Mark Lamm

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Food Waste – Video

with Karen Roth, MS, CNC

with Karen Roth, MS, CNC

Have you ever wondered if those left overs were still safe to eat? Or how long after an expiration date is a product still good?

In the video below learn guidelines for how to confidently judge when food is still safe to eat.

Know tips for having your foods last longer.

Video Link: Food Waste with Karen Roth, MS, CNC.

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Glucose control – Research Article

Aisle 7-16“On the surface, the numbers on type 2 diabetes may appear discouraging: 350 million people worldwide are affected.” from a healthnotes® research article “Ginger: A New Diabetes-Management Strategy?

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Support the Lymphatic System – Your Secondary Circulatory System – Article

Gloria Gilbere, ND, DAHom, PhD, DSC

Gloria Gilbere, ND, DAHom, PhD, DSC

Your lymphatic system is a vital body system. Your immune system and health depend largely on it, yet most of us know very little about this special body system or how to take the best care of it.

The article link below describes many of the important functions of the lymphatic system and things you can do to keep it in top shape.

Learn some great tips to keep your lymphatic system working smoothly in concert with your organs.

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Eat A Rainbow Every Day!

Judy E. Buss

Judy E. Buss

A display of fresh vegetables and fruit always dazzles the eye with its beauty, however, many people don’t realize that the color of produce is due to naturally occurring powerful and protective phytochemicals (plant chemicals). Standard nutrition labels list only a fraction of the number of nutrients present in the food. While fresh vegetables and fruit do not come with labels, frozen ones do. Labels focus on calories, fat content, cholesterol, sugar, and sodium and may mention only 4 additional nutrients. Such labeling actually gives consumers the misleading impression that this is all the particular food has … Continue Reading →

Balance, Stress, and Optimal Health – Video

with Emmett Miller, MD

with Emmett Miller, MD

Dr. Miller offers you a deeper understanding of how the mind and body can work in harmony to produce healing, balance and wellness.

In the video link below learn how this deeper understanding can help you to reclaim your inborn personal wisdom and integrate with the scientific knowledge and techniques of modern medicine.

Enjoy the benefits of uniting the seemingly disparate fields of knowledge and experience.

Video Link: Balance, Stress, and Optimal Health with Emmett Miller, MD

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