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Detox for Weight Management

 Fat cells have traits that make them exceptionally stubborn, especially around the stomach, hips and thighs. A targeted detoxification method, with the right herbs, can help minimize these traits, allowing for accelerated weight loss. Detoxing is also important for your body to release toxins from fat loss, but also found in the food we eat & the air that we breathe.  The most affordable, effective and simplest way to get the body cleansing  done is with high-quality, nutrient-dense products that assist…

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The Drugs You Use

A little known, but potentially life-saving fact is that common medications deplete your body of a host of vital nutrients essential to your health. * Many of the side effects from drug therapy may not be directly due to the drug itself, but rather are a result of nutritional deficiencies that are caused by the drug over time. +  There are a number of ways that drugs can negatively affect the status of nutrients in the body…just by digesting them! There are a large number…

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Mangosteen

Benefits of Mangosteen

I have personally found that drinking the original wholefood mangosteen juice daily can create robust health, & may help prevent illnesses from striking in the first place. If you are looking for reasons to drink Xango mangosteen juice every day  here is a list of a wide variety of health benefits that whole food (including the pericarp) mangosteen juice may bring to you when consumed on a daily basis. THE WHOLEFOOD PUREE OF MANGOSTEEN I USE & RECOMMEND Shopping Carts to personalize. Make your choice,…

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Let Food be Medicine

A  2017 National Post article stated that “some pills & other antidepressants are associated with a twofold increase in the odds of developing some form of dementia, including Alzheimer’s.”  CLICK HERE to read the article  In 2016 a new study linked long-term use of common medications — including over-the-counter drugs for insomnia and hay fever — to a higher risk of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease. Medications in the study included antihistamines found in Benadryl, sleep aids found in Tylenol PM, and certain antidepressants and treatments for bladder control. “We know that these medications…

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