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Dr. Pete’s Favorite Supplements

Dr. Pete’s Favorite Supplements

            Protein Drink NanoPro has been processed with a low temperature that helps your body produce glulathione which is the most important antioxidant in your body.                        EPA-DHA 720 - Advanced Support for Cardiovascular, Immune & Joint Health    ...

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Science Based Nutrition

Feeling Well and Healthy are not beyond your reach! A Science Based Nutritional analysis will let you know: Your current health status-how healthy are you? What disease processes are taking place. How many vitamins and nutrients you really need.   How do you really feel? Are you feeling healthy? Does your doctor tell you...

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Know your Veggies: Fennel

Know your Veggies: Fennel

All of us know we need to eat more vegetables. The reason many don’t like vegetables is because of dead taste buds. When one is a big consumer of highly processed foods (fast foods or eating most of your food from a box, bag or can), they’re consuming foods with excessive amounts of salt,...

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GMO News

GMO News

Have you seen the scientific evidence that genetically modified foods are 100% safe with no long-term health related side effects? Neither have we. What is emerging is more startling evidence that the government and seed industries “solution to world hunger” is creating a potentially irreversible pattern of destruction in agriculture, wild life and human...

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Reading Labels

Reading Labels

  Look at the “other ingredients” usually at the bottom of the label. Artificial colors and sweeteners are used to make the product look better or taste better.  Avoid the artificial sweeteners and colors: Aspartame Saccharin Sucralose FD&C blue, yellow, red, etc “Lakes” (colors) Fillers are used in supplements to make the production easier...

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On Aspirin

Millions of people take a daily dose of aspirin to act as “insurance” against health problems. But an article published in Alimentary and Pharmacology Therapeutics October 14, 2005 calls on doctors to think twice about giving aspirin to people who otherwise appear healthy. The reason being is that aspirin use even at “low dose”...

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