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Plan-It Lean ⋆ Page 26 of 29 ⋆ Throw Your Health A Lifeline
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Our New Threat: Endocrine Disrupters

I’d like you to meet one of the scariest compounds threatening the health of Americans today, so pervasive even the most focused healthy meal plans can't entirely avoid it. These are chemicals and pesticides found abundantly in food products, water, medications cosmetics and plastic food packaging. ...

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Too Much of Too Little – Sleep

I am quite excited to write about one of my favorite pastimes, sleep.  I find sleep time to be my healing time.  Interestingly enough, as of 1999, the average American was obtaining between 6-7 hours of sleep nightly.  In 1970, the average was 8.6-9.2 hours...

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Free Yourself From Fatigue

Following Diabetes, thyroid disease is the most common glandular disorder in America today.  Thyroid problems tend to be more common in women, although low thyroid function is on the rise in men as well.  This, in part, is due to poor quality, low nutrient healthy...

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Ask the Expert: Cataracts

Q:  My family is prone towards cataracts and my mother was just diagnosed with macular degeneration.  How do I dodge both “bullets”? A:  With time and antioxidative stress the aging eye accumulates photo-oxidative damage due to its interaction with light.  This can put you at risk...

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Ask the Expert: Vitamins and a “Good” Diet

Q:  I’m 32 years old, still fairly young, so do I really need to take vitamins?  My doctor says I don’t, that I just need to eat a good diet.  I have no idea what a “good” diet really means! A:  Randomized trials validating the effectiveness...

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Ask the Expert: Menopause

Q:  Help!  I’m in menopause and I’m trying hard not to return to HRT therapy.  However, the recurring hot flashes, moodiness and my lack of sex drive are a huge concern, any suggestions? A:  More and more research is under way regarding estrogenic plant compounds and...

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Hormone Replacement Therapy

Q:  Per her gynecologist’s advise, my mother has faithfully taken hormones for the past ten years.  These helped to relieve her hot flashes and also led her to believe the drugs would protect her heart from heart attacks and her bones from developing osteoporosis.  Out...

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