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Soreness Ain’t Swell

Just Part of Having a Body But There’s Something You Can Do About It! THIS TOPIC is so closely related to a post about inflammation and joints that anything written here on the topic related to supplements would be redundant, so I encourage you to read it, and particularly this article about inflammation as a […]

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Inflammation… the Bane of Joints

Reduce Your Inflammation and Improve Your Life (Informative illustration below.) It’s not widely understood that inflammation is the culprit behind a lot of physical misery, from joint pain to headaches. The much praised Cleveland Clinic has an excellent primer on inflammation.  The Life Extension Foundation also has an eye-opening article, that among other insights, speaks […]

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Essential Fatty Acids… and they are (essential!)

“Good Fats” are Necessary for Health Supplements reviewed here: Krill Oil, CLA and kill oil and cod liver oil I take THEY’RE REFERRED to as “essential” because they’re necessary for health.  There are several  important benefits said to accrue from essential fatty acids, such as reduction of inflammation, cardiovascular health, and mood improvement. I got […]

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High Cholesterol? Do Something!

KNOCK WOOD… despite my prodigious egg consumption (if eight per week is such), I don’t have a cholesterol problem.  Sure, the quality of my diet helps, but for some dangerously high cholesterol levels occur irrespective of diet. People with a cholesterol problem need to do something to get to “good” levels. The quick and common […]

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Cardiovascular Health Ain’t Hard

Just Do What You’re (Grand)Parents Did… And Supplement Too ACCORDING TO the American Heart Association, Cardiovascular diseases are the No. 1 cause of death in the United States. In 2006 about 80,000,000 people in the United States had one or more forms of cardiovascular disease. The U.S. population in 2006 was approximately 298,444,215. So, nearly 27% of […]

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