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Happy Holidays 2014!

I wanted to wish you all a safe, healthy, and happy Holiday season!  Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanzaa, and Happy Festivus to you all!  I hope that you have fun and enjoy the holiday season.  As always, I look forward to working with you in the New Year. To further help you enjoy this... [Read more of this article]


TLS – The Correct Weight Loss Solution.

In Parts 1 and 2 of this blog, I explored the items that you should consider before starting a weight management program.  Today we discuss the specific program that I recommend. So what types of weight management plans do I like?  I prefer the low/mixed Glycemic Index weight management system. ... [Read more of this article]


What 10 Cans of Soda a Day for a Month Will Do to You

Those of you who have read this blog or have heard me speak in public know what I think about drinking soda.  I saw this article posted today and wanted to share its contents with you.  George Prior, a 50-year-old man, followed in the steps of Morgan Spurlock from the film Super Size Me, and drank... [Read more of this article]


An Easier Choice for Cyber Monday 2014

I hope that you have all had a happy and healthy Thanksgiving with family and friends, and that you enjoy the rest of the holiday season. How did the craziness of Black Friday treat you?  Fed up yet with the crowds, noise, and gifts that you want that are out of stock?  There is an easier way. Last... [Read more of this article]


No Shave November

  The month of November brings us the No Shave November cancer benefit to raise awareness of men’s health.  For the month of we are urged to not shave and to give the money that we would have spent on shaving and other hair maintenance to cancer charity.  According to their website,  no-shave.org,... [Read more of this article]


Three Supplement Recommendations for the Fall Season

With the fall season comes changes in temperatures and the onset of cold and flu season.  It is well documented in the scientific literature that proper nutrition and proper supplementation can boost your immune system to help fight off those nasty bugs.  I have three recommendations for you to keep... [Read more of this article]


Southern District Convention

I recently returned from the Market America Southern District Convention.  I am very fortunate to be partnered with a great company that provides great training and this weekend was no exception.  We received some great training on the latest products and services, as well as on improved methods for... [Read more of this article]


Nutrition and Depression Part 3

In my previous post, I discussed how Omega 3 Fatty Acid and B Vitamins can help to fight depression.  Research has also shown that several minerals are involved in fighting depression as well. Iron – Iron deficient anemia has been shown to be associated with increased fatigue, apathy, and depression. Calcium... [Read more of this article]


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Thank you very much for visting my website.  My goal is to be your primary source for health and wellness information and solutions.  Please feel free to contact me with any questions that you have.  I look forward to working with you. ... [Read more of this article]


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Articles of Interest

What 10 Cans of Soda a Day for a Month Will Do to You

Those of you who have read this blog or have heard me speak in public know what I think about drinking soda.  I saw this article posted today and wanted to share its contents with you.  George Prior, a 50-year-old man, followed in the steps of Morgan Spurlock from the film Super Size Me, and drank 10 C Cokes a day for a month.  He had heard that Jude Law had done the same for a role.  In doing his research, that the amount of sugar isn’t far from the norm that most Americans eat on a daily... [Read more of this article]


Nutrition and Depression Part 3

In my previous post, I discussed how Omega 3 Fatty Acid and B Vitamins can help to fight depression.  Research has also shown that several minerals are involved in fighting depression as well. Iron – Iron deficient anemia has been shown to be associated with increased fatigue, apathy, and depression. Calcium – Anti-depression drugs can interfere with the uptake of calcium by bones.  This can lead to an increase in osteoporosis and an increase in falling, which can also affect depression. Selenium... [Read more of this article]


Link Between Vitamin D Deficiency and Alzheimer’s Disease

  According to a recent study published in the journal Neurology, there is a clear link between Vitamin D deficiency and an increased risk for Alzheimer’s Disease.  Older adults who are moderately deficient in Vitamin D has a 53% increased risk for developing Alzheimer’s Disease, while adults who were severely deficient had a 125% increased risk for developing Alzheimer’s Disease.  This was a large study following 1,658 patients for several years.  This confirms two recent... [Read more of this article]


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