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July 2016


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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Xango Juice Protocols

When Xango Juice was brought to market..first time for humans to be able to have access to whole food mangosteen…the company did extensive studies at laboratories to determine the best practices for best results with the juice. The goal was to establish how the human body would best absorb and utilize xanthones, the unique plant chemicals that mangosteen contains.   Several interesting facts emerged: human body gets better results with the whole fruit liquid formula than from extracts of xanthones in powders and…

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Millionaire Money Outlook

“I’m a self-made millionaire, and here are 8 quotes I think will change your outlook on money”  -Steve Siebold Contrary to popular belief, it’s not intelligence or education that holds back the average person from getting rich. It’s the middle-class beliefs around money that keep them struggling to survive in a world of abundance. That’s why the wealthy consciously build beliefs about money that serve their best interests and help them develop substantial sums. If you truly want world-class wealth,…

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