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Sunday
Mar092014

CLINTON PUBLIC LIBRARY PRESENTATION MARCH 12 AT 5PM

March is National Nutrition Month and Dr. Richard Betts is pleased to be presenting a program at the Clinton Public Library entitled ‘Nutrition, is it That Important? The Truths and Myths of Healthy Nutrition’. Dr. Betts is passionate about teaching people how to increase their personal health and decrease the number of illnesses they might endure throughout their lives. He’s a sought after speaker, writer and clinician of drugless non surgical healthy procedures that focuses on healing the body naturally. His audiences receive information they can use the next day to increase their body’s natural healing potential. His expertise includes eastern medicine, acupuncture, nutrition and weight loss.

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Sunday
Mar092014

FOOD AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO DISEASE

Earth was created with life forms and the building blocks in order to sustain these life forms. These building blocks are pre-packaged with biochemical’s providing fuel and rebuilding nutrients for the body. This is known as food. An ingenious plan was designed to create food sources consisting of fuel and the biochemical’s needed for the body to burn the fuel for energy. Sources of food further contain building blocks so the body can continue to rebuild itself and the biochemical’s used to create the biochemical messenger system – hormones, enzymes, neurotransmitters – that run the functions of the body.

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Wednesday
Feb052014

Products of the Month February 2014

Since this is Heart Awareness Month and we celebrate Valentine’s Day I felt it important to spotlight some excellent products that support your heart. Each product helps certain types of issues that your body might be experiencing. This months products are as follow: CARDIO-PLUS, CO Q-ZYME, HAWTHORNE, OPTIMAL EFA’S. Please see below for more information on each product.

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Wednesday
Feb052014

C-Reactive Protein Predicts Heart Disease

A study in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), April 1, 2004, questioned the importance of the C-Reactive Protein (CRP) test as a predictor of heart disease. There have been more than 20 studies showing the importance of the CRP test. More than half show high CRP levels predict a 100% increased risk of heart attack.

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Wednesday
Feb052014

HEART DISEASE IN WOMEN

In the past heart attacks or heart disease were considered to affect men more than women. So women usually received less aggressive treatment and were referred for diagnostic tests less often than men. Unfortunately this meant that when women were diagnosed with heart disease it was usually more advanced and their prognosis was poorer. It is now known that cardiovascular disease affects more women than men. Further, cardiovascular disease in women contributes 40% of all deaths in American women.

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