Nutritionist, author, blogger and radio host, Bill Sardi discusses over-mineralization–how the minerals calcium, iron and copper can increase the risks for disease and premature aging when adults store them in excess. We will also cover some ways to reduce those excesses, including resveratrol. I also bring up recent news on vitamin D. Click here to find podcasts, show archives and how to listen nationwide.
Hilarious video – Song about cooking for fussy health folks
HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Last Week Follow-up
LISTEN to that show in the archives. We discussed why fermented foods are important, how to get started making them at home and what to buy if you prefer that someone else to do the fermenting. My guest was Nancy Lee Bentley, author of Truly Cultured. This book is on a tremendous sale at $18.50 with a bonus of one of two of my books. Good gift idea. We also visited with John Willard about exciting new research into why Willard Water works so well. He offered listeners 20% off if they mentioned the Healthy by Nature Show. The Willard Water phone number=888-379-4552.
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Fat-Free Folly. Challenges dangerous mainstream thinking about fats. Supported with generous amounts of current science and grounded in a common sense historical framework. Learn how to build health and lose weight while enjoying more delicious food.
Natural Alternatives to Nexium, Maalox, Tagamet, Prilosec & Other Acid Blockers. Subtitle: What to Use to Relieve Acid Reflux, Heartburn, and Gastric Ailments. Besides explaining the dangers of these medications and helping fix the real cause (which is seldom too much acid) this book is also helpful for solving other digestive problems.
Aloe Vera – Modern Science Sheds Light on an Ancient Herbal Remedy. Research shows that Aloe has benefit beyond skin and digestion–also for immune function, detoxification, nutrient absorption, blood antioxidant levels, blood sugar regulation and more. Learn how to pick the most potent brands.
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