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Get Heartburn, Indigestion and Ulcer Relief Using DGL

In the 1940’s licorice was discovered to be useful in treating peptic ulcers.  Unfortunately, it had side effects that lead to high blood pressure, potassium loss, and fluid retention. Researchers discovered that the ingredient in licorice that caused those side effects was “glycyrrhizin.”  They were able to remove 97% of …

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Cancer and Emotions / Is There a Connection?

When I was first diagnosed I thought of why? why me? I went through an emotional roller coaster for sure but after a while of processing what was happening to me I knew I needed to go on a quest for answers. I didn’t know much about cancer then, I just …

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Psoriasis is becoming a pandemic

It is estimated that about 2.2 percent of American adults have been diagnosed with psoriasis, confirming that psoriasis is a common disease (1). 11 percent of those diagnosed with psoriasis have also been diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis. This is a prevalence of 0.25 percent of American adults in the general population. Psoriasis …

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The Real Cause Of Shingles And The Cure For Shingles

Watching the same Shingles commercial over and over again is just plain annoying! The Shingles commercial starts out showing you just how painful it is and of course how gross it looks. Then the narrator starts telling you the biggest lie about Shingles — that the cause of your Shingles …

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Reverse heart disease without meds

Most of us are used to the age-old saying “Live and learn,” but when you’re providing care to people with preventable chronic disease, you realize very quickly that we don’t have that luxury indefinitely. So, that saying changes to “Learn and live.” In the next 20 years, the Centers for …

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Burdock Root Nutrition Facts and Health Benefits

Ever since the ancient of times, burdock root has been used for its medicinal properties. Burdock is also known as gobo, having its origins in Asia and particularly in Japan. Today, it has become popular all over the world, being used for a wide-range of purposes. It is often used …

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