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Reverse Heart Disease And Lower Blood Pressure And Cholesterol Naturally by Dr. Earl Mindell and www.Rsecret.com

                                                                                        
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"You are living on borrowed time."
"The next heartbeat may be your last."
"You can have a heart attack or worse any minute."
"Surgery should be done immediately, preferably yesterday."
"This narrowed artery is a widow maker."
"The angel of death is shadowing you."
These are actual remarks made by doctors to their patients as recounted in Dr. Bernard Lown's book The Lost Art of Healing. Dr. Lown goes on to express his dismay and incomprehension as to why members of his profession would use such damaging "hype."
Folks, you've all heard of the "Internet Revolution," the "Technology Revolution," the "New Economy." Dramatic changes are affecting our lives every day. But there is another much more important revolution that has far greater consequences for our day-to-day lives. It's the revolution to overthrow America's number one killer-heart disease.

How to Lose Belly Fat: Latest Secrets from the Research Labs, Part 1

                                                                        
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In this series of articles, you will learn exactly how to lose belly fat, using 10 proven techniques from medical studies and laboratories around the world.
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Abdominal fat, also known as visceral fat, or belly fat, is not just a matter of vanity anymore. Doctors are increasingly sounding the alarm about the health dangers of belly fat, as more Americans are diagnosed daily with obesity, diabetes, and high cholesterol.
How to Lose Belly Fat: Secret #1- CLA
Scientists in Sweden have reported that patients taking conjugated linoleic acid, or CLA for short, lose fat- especially abdominal or belly fat. CLA is a special type of fatty acid and is available in the U.S. without a prescription.

Acne and Green Tea

Green tea is used by the Chinese as a traditional medicine to treat many ailments including acne and to improve general well-being. But does it provide an effective herbal alternative to modern medication?
The answer seems to be ‘Yes’. There are only two herbal treatments that are known to be effective in treating acne and green tea is one of them.
In a recent study by Jennifer Gan-Wong, M.D. a green tea cream was trailed against a 4% benzoyl peroxide solution on people suffering from moderate to severe acne. The results from this research study showed that green tea was just as good at treating acne as benzoyl peroxide.

Depressed? It’s Gotta All Be Our Parents’ Fault!

A newspaper article from the Associated Press a while back reports that scientists say they’ve found a gene (CHRM2) that are linked to alcoholism and depression. An expert from another organization says that if these preliminary findings hold true that it will provide another “potential target for developing new drugs to treat depression and alcoholism”.
Well, I’m excited now… Oh, don’t get me wrong. I’m sure there are many, many people who came into this earthly existence so hard-wired with these tendencies that the proper drug or combination of drugs would be extremely beneficial. And common sense along with some basic observations over the years has shown that folks from alcoholic families tend to be alcoholic just as people from depressed families tend themselves to be depressed. Some of the reason, of course, is genetics. We take the cards we’re dealt and play them out the best we can.

Lose Weight And Keep It Off--A Remarkable New Way To Do It

The percentage of Americans who are overweight and obese is increasing very rapidly. "Overweight" is defined as having a Body Mass Index (BMI) from 25.0 to 29.9 whereas a BMI of 30 or above is defined as "obese." According to the National Center for Health Statistics, 56% of the population was overweight during the reporting period from 1988 through 1994, and 23% was obese. During the period from 1999 through 2002, these percentages had increased to 65% and 30%, respectively.
So obesity has clearly reached epidemic proportions in the U.S., and the healthcare costs associated with it now rival those attributable to smoking. These costs were estimated to be $92.6 billion in 2002--9.1% of all health care costs--and they continue to escalate rapidly. Comparable costs associated with smoking were estimated to be between 6.5% and 14.4% in 2002. The Centers for Disease Control have announced that obesity could become the nation's leading cause of preventable deaths by 2005. According to a recent estimate, obesity accounts for approximately 280,000 deaths each year in the U.S.

Has Anxiety Taken Over Your Life


Anxiety is the leading clinically diagnosable mental health disorder – it affects millions of people. Everyone experiences a little anxiety in life. It can be necessary and a motivator to help us make plans and perform well. However, anxiety disrupts the everyday life of millions of people. According to the U.S. Surgeon General, anxiety disorder is the most common mental health problem in the United States. Almost 19 million Americans (aged 18 to 54) suffer from some anxiety disorder each year, according to an analysis by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH).

Introduction to Cocaine Addiction

Coke, more commonly known as cocaine is a highly addictive stimulant that instantly affects the brain after introducing it to the body. The effects of this drug are extremely pleasurable and give a false sense of euphoria. Like caffeine, coke makes the user feel awake and energized. Cocaine addict usually experiences a sense of well being and feel 'powerful', combined with restlessness and anxiety. When the effects of cocaine wear off the user will 'crash', become depressed, and crave another 'hit' or 'wack'. Cocaine addiction is hard to beat, because of the great length's the user will go to get the drug. Some will even neglect his job, family and loved ones, in order to satisfy there craving for cocaine. This is one of the reasons why cocaine addiction is considered so harsh. It affects the user as well as everyone around him or her.

An Introduction to Detox Diets


Detoxifying the body has become an apparent key preventative measure to all kinds of health problems. Since most of us are busy and unable or unwilling to maintain a strict diet in order to completely eliminate all the toxins from our body. We have chemicals building up in our bodies day after day. Since these chemicals are not harmful in small amounts, only in larger accumulated amounts, we don't notice side effects until we are much older. A proper, even if an occasional, detox diet is necessary to relieve our bodies of harmful toxins and chemicals, and maintain a healthy, normal, and long-lived life.

An Introduction to Gambling Treatments



Gambling is a form of entertainment for many people, but in some cases gambling can become an addiction leading to financial problems, relationship stress, and even attempted suicide. It is estimated that 6 percent of North America's population will have a gambling problem sometime in their life. Gambling addiction is a serious problem. Pathological addictions to gambling are more common in men than women or specific ethnic groups. Gambling can create a rush when you lose and win, and sometimes the user is unable to control their impulses to gamble. This is when it becomes a problem. There are different degrees of gambling addiction. All of which are treated differently, depending on the specific needs of the addict.

Bleeding Gums


Bleeding gums can be one sign of periodontal disease, gingivitis, or other serious problems. Other symptoms of poor dental health may include persistent bad breath, toothache, and receding gums. Untreated, bleeding gums and gum disease can lead to serious medical problems. Good oral hygiene, including thorough brushing and the removal of plaque and tartar from the teeth, is crucial. However, brushing alone is not enough to stop bleeding gums. Total oral hygiene requires a comprehensive plan to care for the entire mouth, including the teeth and gums, but also including all of the tissue inside the mouth.
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