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  • Fiber, Fiber, Fiber. Be sure you are getting enough
    The importance of dietary fiber cannot beoverstated. If Americans had proper fiber in their diet, it could save the health care system almost $4.5 BILLION a year.What we eat affect Read more
  • Medicinal Turmeric
    You have most likely eaten Curcumin and may not have even realized it. Curcumin is contained within Turmeric (much like vitamin C is in an orange). Turmeric is an herb Read more
  • A New Look at Statins
    Is saturated fat or cholesterol the problem?... Probably neither.Previously, the thought was that the higher the percent of fat consumption the higher the chance of heart disease. And cholesterol from Read more
  • Weight Loss Secret #32.
    Avoid "Portion Distortion"When you're trying to lose weight, one of the best skills you can learn is accurately sizing up portions. Studies show that almost everyone—heavy people and thin ones, Read more
  • Macular Degeneration Can Be Slowed or Prevented
    The most common cause of age related blindness is Macular Degeneration.There are two forms of macular degeneration. Dry which is the version that causes few symptoms but can turn into Read more
  • Optimize Your Gut Health, Stave Off Infections
    Optimize Your Gut Health, Stave Off InfectionsWe already know that overuse of antibiotics is creating “super bugs” and becoming less and less successful at protecting us from infections. The answer Read more
  • Ditch the Antibacterial Soap
    Posted: October 7, 2015By: Dr Peter ClarkLather Up, But Ditch the Antibacterial Soap!Washing your hands significantly reduces the spread of bacteria and cuts down on illnesses. But does it matter Read more
  • Study 20% Of Children Are Improperly Misdiagnosed With ADHD
    Posted: September 18, 2015By: Dr Peter ClarkStudy: 20% Of Children Are Improperly Misdiagnosed With ADHDExcerpt taken from article published September 8, 2015 by Amanda FroelichOf the 6.4 million children labeled Read more
  • Chiropractic Can Prevent Absenteeism in the Workplace
    Posted: September 9, 2015By: Dr Peter ClarkChiropractic Can Prevent Absenteeism in the Workplace from Chronic Pain and Potentially Save the United States Economy and Insurers $217,000,000,000Chiropractic Can Prevent Absenteeism in Read more
  • Carmen Miranda was on to something.
    Posted: September 2, 2015By: Dr Peter ClarkCarmen Miranda was on to something. Turns out that people who have a fruit bowl in the house weigh on average, about 8 lbs Read more
  • Antibiotics Linked to Type 2 Diabetes
    Posted: August 31, 2015By: Dr Peter ClarkAntibiotics Linked to Type 2 Diabetes RiskWebMD News from HealthDayExcerpt By Kathleen DohenyHealthDay ReporterTHURSDAY, Aug. 27, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Taking antibiotics might increase Read more
  • GMOs vs Selective Breeding - Know the difference.
    Posted: August 26, 2015By: Dr Peter ClarkGMOs vs Selective Breeding - Know the difference.With so much controversy revolving around GMOs my family has had a couple of dinner conversations on Read more
  • Benefits of Green Tea Beyond Being Refreshing and Delicious
    Posted: August 18, 2015By: Dr Peter ClarkBeyond being delicious, Green Tea provides many healthy benefits.Improves BreathResearchers found, “green tea was very effective in reducing oral malodor temporarily because of its Read more
  • Hope for Fibromyalgia Sufferers
    Posted: August 14, 2015By: Dr Peter ClarkAlmost 5 million Americans suffer with the chronic pain syndrome, fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is characterized by widespread, moving, and very frequently debilitating pain and fatigue. Read more
  • Keeping a Strong Immune System
    Posted: July 16, 2015By: Dr Peter ClarkIn general, our immune system does a remarkable job of defending against disease-causing microorganisms. The immune system is a system, not a single entity Read more

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