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new book authored By Dr Trosclair

Posted by on Apr 25, 2017 in book, exercise, headache, nutrition, obesity, weightloss | Comments Off on new book authored By Dr Trosclair

Improve your health, one step at a time! We all want to be healthy. We all want to avoid nasty diseases which will slow us down or even prematurely end our lives, but most of us tend to look for the quick fix.  Fad diets, crash exercise courses and all manner of crazy weight loss programs mean that people may feel better in the short term, but are unable to maintain it. Now, with Today’s Choices, Tomorrow’s Health: Small Steps to Improve Health, Food Choices and Exercise, there is a book which revolutionizes the way you should be approaching your wellbeing. Divided into three sections, the book examines the three things which are the keys to good health: • Our overall health • Eating the right foods • Making sure you exercise Complete with 12 Health Hacks, plus 11...

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5 Quick Steps To Mastering Food Label

Posted by on Jan 5, 2017 in nutrition | Comments Off on 5 Quick Steps To Mastering Food Label

evaluating  food label ingredients in 15 seconds or less By checking off the trans fat, sugar, and sodium listed above, we’re assured there won’t be any MSG, high fructose corn syrup, or hydrogenated oils in this section. Today I want to share with you some quick tips on how you can evaluate a food label in 15 seconds or less and know if that food is healthy or not! It’s really important to know how to read the basics of a food label because sometimes that’s the only way you’re going to know what you’re really eating.  Here’s a quick checklist you can use to evaluate the foods you are buying. —————————— Trans and saturated fats —————————— In the U.S., all packaged foods come with a nutrition facts label. The first place my eyes go is to the fat...

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This fruit juice has amazing cardiovascular health benefits…

Posted by on Dec 16, 2016 in benefits, nutrition | Comments Off on This fruit juice has amazing cardiovascular health benefits…

What juice gives you cardiovascular and blood pressure and cholesterol benefits? Pomegranate is the answer, spit the fruit don’t swallow it all. Have you ever eaten a pomegranate?  They are the fruit with the little red seeds in them.  Well, it turns out that pomegranate juice has some pretty powerful health benefits.  Some research was done a few years a go and I want to share with you some of the findings because they are pretty interesting.  Check out the benefits discovered in the research study:  * After one year of pomegranate juice consumption (3 ounces per day), systolic blood pressure decreased by 21%.   * After one year of consumption, the antioxidant health status increased by 130%. * Oxidative stress is a major contributor to cardiovascular disease.  Consumption of pomegranate juice lowered the oxidative stress levels in the blood....

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L carnitine therapy for autism spectrum disorders?

Posted by on Nov 15, 2016 in children, nutrition, research | Comments Off on L carnitine therapy for autism spectrum disorders?

L carnitine, can it help with autism spectrum disorders? One paper says L Carnitine improved hand muscle strength of autism children. A prospective double-blind, randomized clinical trial of levocarnitine to treat autism spectrum disorders. Geier DA, Kern JK, Davis G, King PG, Adams JB, Young JL, Geier MR. The Institute of Chronic Illnesses, Inc., Silver Spring, MD, U.S.A. and CoMeD, Inc., Silver Spring, MD, U.S.A. BACKGROUND: L carnitine was proposed as a potential treatment for patients diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder to improve mitochondrial dysfunction, but no prior randomized controlled trials have been conducted. MATERIAL/ METHODS: Thirty subjects diagnosed with an ASD were randomly assigned to receive a standardized regimen (50 mg L carnitine/kg bodyweight/day) of liquid L carnitine (n=19) or placebo (n=11) for 3-months. Measures included changes in professionally completed Childhood Autism Rating Scale (CARS), hand muscle...

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Be careful with these food additives

Posted by on Oct 18, 2016 in detox, medication, nutrition | Comments Off on Be careful with these food additives

12 Food additives or preservative that should be avoided. They can be associated with high blood pressure, cancer, diarrhea and some are neuro toxins If you’re like most people, you probably try to eat healthy and pay attention to some of the ingredients that are in foods. Here’s a quick checklist of 12 food additives that should either be avoided completely or eaten in moderation to maintain optimal health. These assessments are by MSN Health and Fitness.  My comments are in parenthesis. Sodium Nitrate (also called Sodium Nitrite) This is a preservative, coloring, and flavoring commonly added to bacon, ham, hot dogs, luncheon meats, smoked fish, and corned beef. Studies have linked eating it to various types of cancer. (You can buy bacon and other meats that don’t contain sodium nitrite in it at the grocery store!) BHA and...

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Don’t Skip Breakfast – Here’s Why…

Posted by on Oct 3, 2016 in children, nutrition, obesity, research | Comments Off on Don’t Skip Breakfast – Here’s Why…

Skipping breakfast for teens may lead to obesity Stop snacking on junk and eat a protein and fat rich breakfast, in moderation Do you eat breakfast every morning? Or do you skip breakfast to “save” those calories? A recent study confirms that you should be eating breakfast if you don’t want to gain weight. According to the largest study to follow the breakfast habit of teens, those who skipped the breakfast meal were 5 pounds heavier on average than those who ate the morning meal.  They also ate less healthy during the day and exercised less frequently. Unfortunately, the obesity rate for adolescents has tripled over the past 20 years, and this may be one of the contributing reasons. The bottom line here is the teens who skip breakfast are more likely to be obese Click To Tweet . ...

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