Posts Tagged ‘healthy eating’

Maximizing Your Minerals

Minerals are organic substances found primarily in the soil that are vital to every mental and physical function in the body. With a few exceptions, most of them are needed in extremely small amounts but without them, our health and well-being can be significantly compromised. They ensure healthy digestion, a well-functioning nervous system, strong teeth…

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Cognitive Decline

Alzheimer’s disease is the fastest growing disease process in America today, estimated to triple in the next two decades. Join Dr. Yakel as he share the underlying cause of cognitive decline while discussing natural strategies for preventing this devastating disease.

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Blood Sugar

An estimated 50% of American’s are prediabetic, while nearly 30% are experiencing full blown diabetes. Join Dr. Yakel as he shares how to naturally balance blood sugar levels while reversing the damaging effects of diabetes.

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Sweet, Sweet Sugar

How is it that something that can taste so good, can also be the source of severe and in some case, fatal, health risks? Sugar fits that description, but it’s the usage, not the product, that can compromise our health. So, whether your doctor has told you to avoid refined sugars, or your body has…

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Meal Planning Made Easy

Some people make meal planning look so easy. But for others, this process can be a series of start and fails that discourage families and individuals from being more strategic about food choices and budgeting. If you’ve found it hard to meal plan for your family or yourself, read on for sanity-saving tips to move…

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The Gut-Thyroid Connection

You know that your body is a symphony of conversations, right? Bones, tissues, organs, and glands, are all part of an ongoing symphony of conversations your body has day after day. The information is relayed at lightning-speed, anticipating needs, preparing for the expected and the unexpected, always well ahead of time. One very important communication…

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Daily Magnesium Sources

The consumption of foods that are high in magnesium is essential to our body’s cellular health. The biochemical processes that help us function at full capacity are significantly influenced by how much magnesium we consume. Nerve functions, our body’s capacity to manage blood sugar levels and metabolize energy, and the synthesizing of protein all rely…

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