Thursday, June 09, 2005


I seen on the news this morning that a man was walking 2100 miles to raise money for diabetes research. I do think this is wonderful of this man to do this, but the research is out there that if you control your weight and get plenty of exercise, it reduces your chances of diabetes.

Americans are overwhelmed and undermined by Too Much Sugar
Consider that more than 100 years ago, the average adult consumed 18 lbs of sugar per year. Today, average sugar consumption in the US is a staggering 176 lbs per person. Our bodies have not had time to adapt to this tremendous increase in sugar. Instead, we are getting fat, sick and dying… of diabetes, a preventable disease.

It’s important to note that with proper nutrition and good supplementation, diabetes is not only preventable, it is reversible.

So what can you do?
Good Nutrition
1. Increase your fiber. Fiber reduces the body’s need for insulin.
2. Eat lean meats such as poultry and fish
3. Avoid processed foods
4. Add Supplements to your day.

You can prevent or reverse diabetes. Work with someone that knows natural alternatives and find a doctor that supports your interests in natural health.

Wednesday, June 01, 2005


I would like to take this moment and Thank You for your interest in Health and Nutrition. In todays world, we all should take note of our health and what we are putting into our bodies.

Remember, what you "fuel your body with" directly impacts your performance level in a big way.

Stop thinking of the fast food drive up window as your friend.

Poor nutrition combined with the stress of our lifestyles and exposure to environmental toxins means we should not expect good health in our mature years without adequate supplementation.

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