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  • Dandelion Extract Fights Cancer

    Most of us view dandelions as a nuisance when they spring up in the lawn.

    But you may not know that this weed is edible.  And it’s remarkably nutritious, loaded with folate, magnesium, iron, calcium, and vitamins C, K, and E.



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  • Rooibos Tea: The African Disease-Fighting Secret

    When it comes to the worst health scourges, I’ve always thought of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes as the Big Three.

    Together, they account for about two-thirds of all deaths in the U.S.[i]

    The Big Three are interrelated. They share a number...

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  • Your Prostate’s Best Friend

    My cousin Henry just turned 50. He’s running into health issues middle-aged men often face.

    “I was visiting the bathroom at night a lot,” he recently told me. “It was a nuisance.”

    So he saw his doctor. Turned out he had benign prostatic hyperp...

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  • The Bone-Boosting Benefits of Boron

    Boron isn’t a nutrient you hear a lot about. But it’s vitally important to bone health.

    Boron is a trace mineral. It’s role in bone support started to come into focus with research only in the early ’80s. Scientists discovered it helps prevent ca...

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  • The Single Most Effective Health Supplement

    People often ask me: What is the single most impressive health supplement?

    There are a number of strong contenders for that title. But I’m inclined to go with curcumin.

    It’s the active ingredient in turmeric, the spice that gives curry it’s dist...

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  • The Anti-Aging Powerhouse

    People often say they hate getting older. But what they really mean is that they hate the illnesses and disabilities that come with age.

    We can’t turn back the clock. But we can control what time does to our bodies.

    Pterostilbene is one powerful...

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  • The Japanese Secret to Living to 100

    The Japanese island of Okinawa has the world’s highest percentage of people over the age of 100.

    They have 50 centenarians per 100,000 of population. That’s more than twice as many as in the U.S.[i]

    There are so many 100-somethings in Okinawa ...

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  • The World’s Most Delicious Medicine

    Why do we tend to think that healthy things must taste awful?

    Perhaps it goes back to childhood. Maybe it’s because of foul-tasting medicines we were forced to choke down as kids.

    Or maybe it’s because our parents made us eat foods we didn’t l...

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  • Glucosamine’s Surprising New Health Benefit

    People often ask me for a good supplement to relieve osteoarthritis pain.

    I always suggest glucosamine.

    It is a natural compound that develops and maintains joint cartilage.

    Studies have clearly established the value of glucosamine supplement...

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  • The Citrus Cholesterol Solution

    If you’re worried about your heart health, bergamot oil is a supplement you should consider taking. It is derived from the rind of a citrus fruit native to Southeast Asia.[i]

    Today, it’s commonly grown around the Mediterranean. Its name derives f...

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