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Meet Dr. Phillip Dietrich, DC, CCN | Print |

I would like you to meet my friend, Nutritionist and Chiropractor, Dr. Phillip Dietrich. I just call him “Dr. D.” Dr. D will be an ongoing, contributing author on the topics of health and nutrition. He has important and timely information for us, and I think you will really enjoy reading!I can personally recommend both his supplement regime and his brand of chiropractic, the Gonstead Method. This technique was developed by an engineer and works with our natural body mechanics to realign our spines. My own father is an engineer, and I respect the science and precision of engineering. This technique has certainly produced good results for me.

Reward Yourself with Better Aging | Print |

The “super foods” that are so incredibly healthy for you contain phytonutrients (disease-fighting plant-based chemicals), naturally occurring EFAs (essential fatty acids), vitamins, and minerals that act as powerful antioxidants (aiding you to fight off heart disease, cancer, and some parts of the aging process), anti-inflammatories (reducing the cellular inflammation that can lead to heart disease, eye disease, and cancers), and immune system boosters (helping to keep away infections). The most beneficial of these foods are: Blueberries are the only substance proven scientifically (2005) to increase lifespan. They contain more

Commercial Meats | Print |

You will find these in meats (primarily beef, pork and chicken) and dairy products. Most of your luncheon meats will contain these stimulants in addition to unfavorable preservatives such as sodium nitrite.

rBGH (recombinant bovine growth hormone also know as rBST or recombinant bovine somatotropin) has been approved since 1993 by the FDA because of data provided by Monsanto, the maker of rBGH.

Hydrogenated Fats | Print |

Hydrogenated Fats can be identified by the words: “hydrogenated”, “partially hydrogenated”, “trans fatty acid” or “trans fats”. They very rarely exist in nature and are the hardest fats to break down. If you are trying to lose weight, these fats take twice as long to breakdown as even a saturated fat! It takes 1 month to break down half of the normal fats consumed. It takes 3 months to metabolize half of

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