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  A close cousin of D-glucose, the simple sugar D-mannose provides a natural route for maintaining a harmonious urinary tract environment. Several different fruits and vegetables carry the simple sugar including cranberries, apples, pineapples, peaches, and broccoli. After consuming this simple sugar, the D-mannose passes through the kidneys and binds to excess bacteria that would otherwise remain attached to the inner wall of the bladder. The result of this process is that bacteria that could...

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  Once a prescription drug, Dimethylamioethanol (DMAE or Deanol) was removed from the prescription market in 1983 and is now available as a supplement over the counter. DMEA, which is naturally produced in the body, has been used in the past as a possible way to affect mood, enhance memory, and help with brain function.* It may also have benefits for aging skin.*    During the 1950’s, stimulant drugs were developed or marketed towards parents...

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  Pineapple is more than just a great tropical treat; the sweet fruit also carries inside itself powerful enzymes that are used around the world to naturally boost health by improving digestion, aiding healthy circulation, and regulating natural inflammatory response involved in seasonal allergies*. Found in the juice, fruit, and stem of the pineapple, bromelain may be used to support inflammatory processes and may also lead to reduced swelling, bruising, and healing time following injury...

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For years, doctors have advised patients to use aspirin’s blood-thinning properties as a preventative step in heart health, but these new studies revealed only a marginal – if any – benefit with users experiencing markedly more digestive-tract bleeding, along with additional side effects. † The study does note that nothing has changed for heart attack survivors and that daily low-dose aspirin is still recommended for them. †   While blood-thinning aspirin is no longer the...

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What Vitamins and Supplements are Helpful for a Ketogenic Diet? The Ketogenic – or Keto – diet is a low-carb diet similar to the Atkins diet. The main idea is to receive most of your calories from protein and fat and less from carbohydrates. When starting the keto diet, some people can fall victim of the “keto flu,” a nickname for the collection of symptoms that are associated with the body adapting to a ketogenic...

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