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Not Eating Good Food Worse Than Eating Bad Food

“This study affirms what many have thought for several years — that poor diet is responsible for more deaths than any other risk factor in the world,” said corresponding author Christopher Murray, MD, director of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington in Seattle, in a Lancet news release.

Source: Not Eating Good Food Worse Than Eating Bad Food

Diet soda dangers linked to postmenopausal women

Not a surprise that diet soda is NOT the way to go!  With all the challenges facing post menopausal women, why further stress the body by drinking diet soda.

According to the article link below, “while these soft drinks are heavily marketed as a ‘healthier alternative’ to their sugar-filled counterparts, increasing amounts of scientific data indicate that diet sodas – filled with artificial sweetener and other unpronounceable chemicals – increase the risk for health problems ranging from heart disease to depression.”

When is comes to diet, we understand no one is perfect.  We are fortunate to have a built in safety net called the liver.   The liver’s job is to clean up and dispose of toxins that accumulate in the body.  For this amazing organ to continue to work, it needs certain nutrients and a reasonable work load.  In order to not overwork your liver, be kind… eat those “non-perfect” foods in moderation to minimize exposure to toxins and chemicals.  The best security blanket is to keep the liver healthy to do its job to clean up our body.  Our Liver Support Formula can provide the essential nutrients to help!  We also encourage a Spring and Fall clean up with our 6-day Detox Kit.  The body is an amazing thing and will continue to look after you if you look after it!

Source: Diet soda dangers linked to postmenopausal women | NaturalHealth365

Get more Vitamin D to alter breast cancer risk even in the summer!

It’s summertime!  And the sun is shining…  so you think you are getting enough Vitamin D?

Well the truth is, that even in sunny Florida, most people do not get enough Vitamin D from the sun and need to supplement.  And… a new study (article below) shows that you can alter breast cancer risk if you can get your blood levels up to 60 ng/mL.

“The study suggests that the minimum vitamin D blood level for protective health benefits is 60 nanograms per milliliter – exactly three times the amount of 20 ng/mL recommended in 2010 by the National Academy of Medicine.”

As a breast cancer survivor, I prefer my level to be 60-80 to get all the preventive benefits from this great vitamin you can read about at our store.  More on that later…

So get your Vitamin D Now!  The right kind (D3), the right supplement!

Get access to great, professional, quality supplements by emailing me at info@healthrenewmd.com or you may call me (Jacqueline Crighton – 772-708-3217) to get our client access code to get your own online access to hundred’s of fantastic supplements right from your computer.

Source: Vitamin D levels can alter breast cancer risk | NaturalHealth365

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