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How Not To Die – Dr. Greger’s Anatomy Lesson, Part 2

In Part 2 of How Not To Die — Dr. Greger’s Anatomy Lesson, we continue with the “food as medicine” theme, applied to eight more chronic and potentially debilitating health conditions. The aim is know what to do to prevent the common ills that beset us as we age. Read, watch, learn.

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SAM-e, The “Miracle” Supplement for Depression, Arthritis and Liver Health

Rich Carson calls it, “almost a miracle drug”. I call SAM-e the “triple threat”, for it threatens to vanquish depression, arthritis and liver dysfunction. SAM-e is a powerful, natural supplement that can be superior to antidepressants and as effective as NSAIDs for osteoarthritis, without the negative side effects. Watch the video. Learn how to use it and where to get it below..

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A Little Depressed? 10 Actions That Help Me

Mildly depressed? No need to be – 10 actions to evaporate away your depression. SAM-e, krill oil, exercise, meditation, music and other positive action are proven to help. Collectively, they address the dimensions within which we live our lives.

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Dr. Weil and Kevin Rose Talk Health (Video)

Kevin Rose interviews Dr. Weil. The bottom line on Soda, Energy Drinks, Diary, Soy, Vitamins (esp. Vitamin D), Omega-3, Cell Phone Radiation, Eye Health, Antioxidants, Atkins, Trans Fat, Depression, Exercise, Juice Cleanses and Tea… whew!

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How Depressing is Your Food? And You?

What You Eat Counts! RIGHT NOW, here in my little hamlet just north of the Golden Gate Bridge, it’s steadily raining. November is in full swing, the days grow short, my work is erratic. All this is a potent combination for some depression; at least a tinge, no? Well… actually, I feel great, which is […]

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