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RACHEL’S WATERS OF LIFE

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Rachel Mann, Certified Colon Therapist 1145 Second Ave, #1 (near 59th St.) New York NY 212-317-0467 flickr.com/photos/rachel_colon_therapist_nyc/ Clean your System with a high Colonic and feel great! Why should you be concerned about your Colon? Colonic helps you with bloating, constipation, candida, headaches, parasites, and back-pain. A healthy colon produces vitamins B and K and a healthy digestive tract helps support a healthy immune system. A session is ... Read More »

CURE PAIN NATURALLY

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315 Madison Avenue, Ste 806, New York, NY 10017 212-922-9030 • entrance on 42nd st. 8419 Bay Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11214 718-259-0199 DrLikver.com   DR. LARISA LIKVER, MD Suffering from musculoskeletal pain? Want to avoid risky and painful surgery? Natural, nonsurgical treatments do exist! Get back to living a pain free life by treating the root cause of your musculoskeletal problems instead of just masking the pain. ... Read More »

DR. STEVEN GIRON, PH.D.

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Healing Arts Center 420 East 81st Street, Suite 1 New York, NY 10028 HBLStevenGiron.com SteveG@iAmHigherBrainLiving.com 612-483 2994 Unleash the full potential of your brain! Your higher brain gives you consciousness and clarity, yet it’s vastly under-utilized! The Higher Brain Living protocol of gentle touch sends energy from the body to the higher brain. You awaken to a new reality, free from stress and anxiety, that’s even more real ... Read More »

Seaweed May Be the New Lettuce

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Food items such as kelp, dulse, alaria and laver may be unfamiliar now, but likely not for long, as these and other varieties of edible seaweed and sea vegetables appear on more shopping lists and restaurant menus. These ingredients are already favored by cooks for the jolt of salty goodness they bring to soups and salads and by health food ... Read More »

Even Modest Drinking Raises Risk of Heart Disease

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Contrary to the hypothesis that moderate drinking can be heart-healthy, a new study published in the British Medical Journal that even light to moderate drinking increases the risk of heart disease. In a large, randomized meta-study, researchers examined patient data from 261,991 European adults derived from 56 studies. Participants were classified as non-drinkers, light drinkers, moderate drinkers or heavy drinkers. ... Read More »

Ginkgo Biloba Calms ADHD, Boosts Memory

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Researchers from Germany’s University of Tübingen’s Center for Medicine tested the Ginkgo biloba extract EGb761 on 20 children diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in a clinical trial. The children were given up to 240 milligrams (mg) of the extract for between three and five weeks. Before, during and after the treatment, the scientists evaluated the children by testing ... Read More »

New GMO Labeling Bill Needs Citizen Feedback on Capitol Hill

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Congressman Mike Pompeo (R), of Kansas, has introduced bill HR 4432, the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act of 2014 (Tinyurl.com/LabelGMOBill), which would ban states from passing genetically engineered food labeling laws and undo those already passed, making voluntary labeling the law of the land. The bill also allows companies to label products containing GMOs as “natural”. Healthy food advocates ... Read More »

Drilling Poisons Both Water and Air

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Although New York state has won the battle on fracking, nationwide, the concern is still on the rise. Major concerns about hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, as a means of extracting natural gas have centered on how toxic fracking fluids and methane injected into the ground can pollute water supplies. Now a new study published in the Journal of Environmental Health ... Read More »

Love Your Greens!

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For seasonal eaters, farm market shoppers and members of community supported agriculture, vegetable greens have become a normal part of everyday diets. Recognized as the most nutrient-rich group of veggies, they deliver multiple benefits. Greens are a top source of vitamin K, essential to bone health, and are abundant in vitamins A, B (especially folic acid) and C. They deliver ... Read More »