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  • #676241
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    I haven’t used anti-perspirant for years either. I buy a Crystal Deodorant Stone and have found it amazing, and no nasty chemicals either. Nice! 😉

    #676243
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    Try reading “Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease” by Caldwell Esselstyn. It will dispell some of the myths already discussed!

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    For a more focussed bit of info on why the Cholesterol deposits in the first place read full article at this Link
    For those that like to copy and paste, same link here;
    http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/05/06/fda-warning-on-statins.aspx?e_cid=20120506_SNL_Art_1

    #676247
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    Try the new revolutionary natural health cholesterol fighter and metabolic support product called “Bergamet Mega”:D

    #676249
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    carl – why do u have to fight cholesterol? It is a natural product and is produced by the body. When there is no agreement as to what the levels should be, then why try and lower them to some arbitrary level.

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    Bergamet Mega, A proven and 100% natural health product that supports healthy cholesterol levels in healthy individuals and supports a healthy cardiovascular sytem. NO SIDE EFFECTS. It;s become a sensation in Aussy with a leading cardiologist Dr Ross Walker having hundreds of his patients on it as he has directly seen the results his patients get from it. Check it out. It’s 100% natural so it’s liek eating an Orange. Fight the nasty side effects that statins do to you. Used in conjunction with Stains when you see a drop in your bad levels your statin doseages can be reduced. There is a lot of science in Bergamet. I am on it and lot’s of my friends and associates are with great results. Remember it’s 100% natural. Search on google, Bergamet current affiar and see what the documentary found. I wish all Kiwis a healthy life. Carl

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    Lipotor thief of memory is a worth while book to read

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    Homocysteine the silent killer is well worth a read as well

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    Does anyone have ideas on how to to move calcium deposits naturally out of your arteries and back into your bones where they belong.

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    lind – better still check recommendations here from Mercola;
    http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/05/16/vitamins-d-and-k2-reduce-osteoporosis.aspx
    Seems a better approach to me.

    #676261
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    The simple answer to "high" cholesterol is to ask why is it "high"?:?
    Our blood vessels can be damaged in a number of ways – through irritations caused by free radicals or viruses, or because they are structurally weak – and when this happens, the body’s natural healing substance steps in to repair the damage.:shock: That substance is cholesterol.:lol: Cholesterol is a high – molecular – weight alcohol that is manufactured in the liver and in most human cells.:shock: Like saturated fats, the cholesterol we make and consume plays many vital roles. The best way to "lower" cholesterol is to remove the need for our body to have to increase it’s manufacture by looking at our diet. By cutting out a lot of the "processed" foods such as white sugar, white flour and most importantly man made hydrogenated fats and oils.:shock: Refined cooking oils and margarine are among the worst foods that we can eat.:shock: By reading labels on the products it soon becomes crystal clear where the the dangerous damaging materials are coming from. This change of attitude to food is in most cases hard to keep to, but to regain our health and remain healthy our life could depend on it.8)
    On radio ZB Talk back this morning Mike Hosking read a headline from Australia, that the right diet was found to prevent melanoma, and that melanoma was in fact not directly caused by the sun.:shock: By nine A M we had a doctor on the news bulletin saying that men in New Zealand were careless when it came to using sunblock. No mention of the earlier headline.8) A lot of us know that using sun block reduces our vitamin D, by blocking UV B rays,8) which with the wrong diet increases the danger of contracting melanoma 😳 By the way: How many know that most "sunblocks" let UV A rays through and block UV B (good) rays.

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    Lind079; Suggest that you check out "Weston A. Price Foundation8) There is a lot of information to be found there that could cover your problem;)
    Have a look at "Chris Masterjohn’s article in there about Sea food to Sunshine and vitamin D.

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    Another way of looking at cholesterol is to think of it as a passenger on a bus8) The bus is the LDL that carries the cholesterol to the cells. and the road is the blood stream. How many know what PUFA’s are? (They are Polyunsaturated fatty acids) found in vegetable oils;) When these are processed by for example hydrogenation and or "refined’ the structure of the DNA is damaged by oxidation, heat, light and pressure. 😯 this forms "trans fats" made up of "free radicals" (unpaired electrons) that play havoc with the electrons in our cells (inflammation") this leaves damaged particles in the blood stream that the immune system has to clean up 😯 to do this the immune system has to manufacture enzymes from cholesterol to do the job;) cholesterol is made from "saturated fats" As the damaged particles are gobbled up by the immune system they form "plaque" 😥 the more damage , the more plaque:cry: Doctors tell us that hydrogenated vegetable oils (margarine) are good for us and that saturated fats are dangerous :roll::roll:
    Check; cholesterol-and-health.com

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    see my recent post here – #63

    http://www.grownups.co.nz/discuss/show/id/1464

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    There is indeed a reason why we should modify the cholesterol levels, for men, at least, because it unlocks clues to prostate cancer spread. Altering the cholesterol metabolism or stopping the way prostate cancer cells are able to change form could lead the way we fight against this disease. It’s better you visit http://prostatetreatmentsanantonio.com/ for more details, I found out a lot from this website.

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