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  • Blood Type Diet
    November 27, 2019 Ann Louise Gittleman

    The Blood Type Diet – Outdated or Still Current?

    Should you tailor your diet to your blood type or is it just hype? It’s been 20 years since the blood type diet made its appearance and it’s still making the rounds today. It’s a logical concept – every blood...

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  • Healthy Thanksgiving Recipes
    November 25, 2019 Ann Louise Gittleman

    Thanksgiving Radical Recipe Makeovers

    Your traditional Thanksgiving recipes made Radically healthy – and still delicious! I am thoroughly convinced that the saying “A moment on the lips, a lifetime on the hips” came from our decadent traditional holiday celebrations of food and family. Tables...

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  • diet cheats
    November 14, 2019 Ann Louise Gittleman

    My Guilt Free Diet Cheats

    Some of your all-time favorite “treats” made guilt-free (and still delicious) with just a few tweaks! Cravings. We all have them – especially when we’re just starting out on a new diet and lifestyle plan. Maybe you’ve had a stressful week and crave something crunchy, or you’re just feeling festive with the holiday season approaching and the urge to bake is overwhelming. Whatever your reason is, I’ve got your back.

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  • PTSD
    November 12, 2019 Ann Louise Gittleman

    PTSD: 5 Ways to Release Trauma That Haunts You

    If you’ve ever had an experience you just couldn’t shake, whose memory still haunts you and even changes the way you think or feel, you could be one of the more than 3 million people diagnosed each year in the US with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD for short. At least half of us will experience a significant traumatic event in our lifetime.

    For most of us, the experience will fade over time into an unpleasant memory. But, for about 10 percent of women and 7 percent of men, there will be triggers that bring those memories back to life to be relived with intense emotional and physical reactions over and over again over a period of months or years. This is PTSD.

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  • benfotiamine brain memory vitamin b1
    November 7, 2019 Ann Louise Gittleman

    Benfotiamine: The #1 B Vitamin for Your Brain

    Why benfotiamine is the top brain nutrient nobody’s talking about. If you’re looking for better brain health, balanced blood sugar, and a memory boost then look no further than benfotiamine! It seems like memory loss has become an issue at any age these days and there are a lot of reasons given for it– overworked, […]

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  • flu
    October 30, 2019 Ann Louise Gittleman

    The FLU and YOU

    One out of every five adults can expect to come down with the flu this season. What would I do for the flu?  Quite honestly, because I faithfully take Para-Key (chock full of anti-viral grapefruit seed)  and Time-C, I don’t expect to come down with it, but here’s what I would do if I did have the flu. 

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  • yeast candida weight gain weight loss
    October 17, 2019 Ann Louise Gittleman

    Why Yeast Might Be Behind Your Weight Problems

    An excess of yeast may be contributing to your unexplained weight fluctuations (up and down), mood swings, stomach pain, acne, bleeding gums, and even loss of hearing.

    You just can’t escape yeast. Candida albicans is in the air, in your throat, and in your gut. That’s a fact of life. This yeast is everywhere, coexisting with all the other microorganisms that fill the microscopic spaces of the world. But when Candida grows out of control you can end up with many seemingly disconnected symptoms, including intense fatigue, sinus pain, headaches, joint problems, and urinary infections, and more

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  • Getting Clear on the Cholesterol Controversy
    October 10, 2019 Ann Louise Gittleman

    Getting Clear on the Cholesterol Controversy

    When it comes to cholesterol, don’t overlook these life-saving factors. This is important news for everyone because heart disease is still the Number One killer for both men and women in our country. By 2030, nearly 25 million people will die from cardiovascular disease. Heart attack and stroke are projected to maintain their lead as the main causes […]

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