Author: fitme

“Up to 80 Percent of Americans May Not Be Getting Enough of this Essential Nutrient. Where Do You Stand?”*

Many people dread growing older because it can be synonymous with occasional forgetfulness, loneliness and a general decline in cognitive and physical capabilities. Despite being in my 60s, I am the fittest I have ever been. I may have been able to run faster when I was younger, but I would never trade that for the muscle strength, flexibility and…

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Brown vs White Eggs — Is There a Difference?

By Taylor Jones, R Many people have a preference when it comes to egg color. Some people believe brown eggs are healthier or more natural, while others feel that white eggs are cleaner or simply taste better. But are the differences between brown and white eggs more than shell-deep? This article explores whether one type of egg is truly healthier…

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THE EVERGLADES UNDER FIRE

President Trump’s efforts to “drain the swamp” should not include shafting Everglades National Park. Shortly after the president’s nominee, Jeff Sessions, was confirmed as U.S. attorney general, officials at the South Florida Water Management District swiftly—and quietly—contacted the Department of Justice, which Sessions oversees. Why? The water managers are trying to weasel out of a commitment Florida made to the…

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Vitamin C May Be a Potent Adjunct to Cancer Treatment

By Dr. Mercola Vitamin C is one of the most well-established traditional antioxidants known and its potent health benefits have been clearly demonstrated over time — especially for the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases. Research has also shown that vitamin C is selectively cytotoxic to cancer cells when administered intravenously (IV) in high doses, and has a number of…

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