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Dr. Terry Wahls :I have heard Dr Wahls speak a number of times and her recovery from MS (multiple sclerosis) through a paleo-style diet is truly remarkable. Her insight into PALEO is incredible, and her protocol is now in clinical trial. If you know anyone suffering from it, take a look at her new book.

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Questions to Ask Your Doctor During Your Annual Physical

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Restless leg syndrome has been found to increase the risk of stroke, heart disease and kidney disease. Restless leg syndrome (RLS) is a condition that causes a person to feel an overwhelming urge to move their legs when in an inclined position (laying down). Tingling, aching and itching sensations may occur as well. Restless leg... View Article

Fatigue and Tired All The Time (TATT) Syndrome - seems to be a descriptor for a mild version of CFS. Good list of questions that your doctor should be considering.

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The often overlooked unconventional juicers that deliver superb quality juices.   There are other types of juicers that we may overlook even if we are…

A DEFICIENCY IN THIS CRITICAL nutrient makes you twice as likely to die as other people, according to a study published in The Journal...

In Russia, sea buckthorn seed and fruit oil have been used topically for eczema, psoriasis burns, frostbite, lupus, and cervical erosion, and internally for blood clots as well as eye disorders. In Tajikistan, sea buckthorn flowers are used to soften the skin. In other parts of central Asia, the leaves are used internally for gastrointestinal and skin disorders and topically for rheumatoid arthritis.