The Chelation Miracle – EDTA & Cardio Advantage Plus

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, cardiovascular disease, particularly heart attacks and strokes, are the number one disease killer in the United States. Cardiovascular disease accounts for nearly 801,000 deaths in the US. That’s about 1 of every 3 deaths in the US. About 2,200 Americans die of cardiovascular disease each day, an average of 1 death every 40 seconds. Cardiovascular diseases claim more lives each year than all forms of cancer and Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease combined. About 92.1 million American adults are living with some form of cardiovascular disease or the after-effects of stroke. But guess what? There is good news! There are ways to reverse heart disease and the potential of a life-ending heart attack – naturally – with our best selling Cardio Advantage Plus. Cardio Advantage Plus was designed to assist the body in overcoming the symptoms of heart disease and high blood pressure by (Read More)

Prescription Drug Use Soars

Most Americans are now regularly taking prescription drugs, new research has found. Almost 60 percent of adults take some type of medication, and since 2000, the number of adults taking five or more prescription drugs has nearly doubled to 15 percent, raising serious concerns about the potential for adverse interactions. An aging U.S. population, expanded Medicare coverage, and aggressive TV marketing all play a role, but national surveys of nearly 40,000 people suggest the obesity epidemic is the primary culprit fueling this upward trend. Eight of the 10 most commonly prescribed drugs in the United States are used to treat high cholesterol, type 2 diabetes, and other preventable conditions associated with obesity. In fact, the most popular medication in the U.S. is Zocor, which is in a class of cholesterol lowering drugs called statins. Overall use of statins jumped 10 percent over the past decade by 7 percent. “Here in (Read More)

More Fat, Fewer Carbs

One of the largest studies into how diet affects health and mortality has found that eating high quantities of carbohydrates increases risk of premature death more than excessive fat intake. Researchers led by a team at McMaster University in Canada studied health data from 135,000 people in 18 different countries across five continents. They also analyzed the participants’ diet, socioeconomic status, lifestyle, weight, and other variables. Over the seven-year study period, the people who ate the most carbohydrates – deriving 77 percent of their total daily calories from foods like bread and rice –  had a nearly 30  percent of their daily calories from fat, meanwhile, had a 23 percent lower risk of dying early. “We are hoping that dietary guidelines are reconsidered in light of the new findings,” study author Mahshid Dehghan tells Reuters.com. “What we are suggesting is moderation, as opposed to very low and very high intakes (Read More)

Your Assurance Of Quality Nutritional Formulas — More Natural and Increased Testing

I want to let you know about an exciting direction we are moving at Let’s Talk Health for our entire product line. In recent weeks, Let’s Talk Health and its GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) certified laboratory have quietly and intentionally moved in an exciting new direction toward more organic and natural ingredients in all of our best-selling formulas starting with vegetarian approved capsules and non-GMO natural ingredients. Additionally, Our Let’s Talk Health state of the art laboratory has made significant investment in its in-house laboratory so we can test our products at multiple stages during production. We’re one of the few manufacturers that have this kind of in-house testing capability. In just one month, our laboratory performs thousands of individual tests. We test in order to meet US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requirements for dietary supplement manufacturing. But we also go beyond these requirements to insure that you are (Read More)

The Benefits of Eating Anti-Inflammatory Foods

Following a healthy diet plan requires certain health goals. At Let’s Talk Health, recognizing the different goals that individuals might make is the foundation of providing the information that is most helpful. When it comes to fighting off inflammation, the benefits to the entire body and mind are substantial. Inflammation is the gateway to almost every chronic disease.  If you reduce inflammation, you enhance your ability to fight off disease. Reduced Rates of Alzheimer’s Disease A key reason to eat an anti-inflammatory diet is improved brain health. According to numerous clinical studies, chronic inflammation is one of the causes of developing Alzheimer’s Disease and many other health conditions. By reducing inflammation by eating herbs like turmeric, the risk of developing dementia is much lower. It is the chronic inflammation in the brain, even at low levels, that destroys the health and leads to the disease. The dietary change can improve the (Read More)

Pumpkin: A Super Food

Highly nutritious and loaded with antioxidants, pumpkins are a great super food to incorporate into your diet this fall. Usually used for decor, this under appreciated squash is one of the most beneficial foods that a person can eat. Moreover, it’s inexpensive, available year round either in its whole form or in can form, and can be used in hundreds of different tasty, yet nutritious recipes. Benefits of Eating Pumpkin: Raw pumpkin contains just 15 calories per 1/2 cup Pumpkin is  full of iron, zinc, and fiber- important nutrients for children and women Pumpkin’s bright orange color is a sign that the plant contains high amounts of vitamin C and beta carotene Pumpkins are high in lutein and zeaxanthin, which are known to reduce the risk of chronic eye diseases, including age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and cataracts. Canned pumpkin has less fiber than fresh pumpkin, but more beta carotene.  Pumpkin seeds (Read More)

Part 2: Six Whole Foods With Super-Healing Powers

Continued from Part 1 Apples The old adage – An apple a day keeps the doctor away – has real meaning for this amazing healing food. Commonly overlooked apples protect the body from nuclear fallout, kills a wide range of cancers, and keeps the arteries unclogged – plus a whole host of other healing properties.  Apples have a way to awaken your own inner physician. Apples are loaded with the powerful antioxidants quercetin and catechin, which protect cells from damage – that means a reduced risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease, especially if you eat the skin. Research shows that the apple peel contains five times more polyphenols than the flesh. Apples and their skins pack a lot of fiber too (about twice that of other common fruits, including peaches, grapes, and grapefruit), which may help fight the battle of the bulge. In 2004, USDA scientists investigated over 100 foods (Read More)

Part 1: Six Whole Foods With Super-Healing Powers

Whole foods play an important role in our health and well-being.  While there are literally hundreds of nutritious whole foods to consume, the foods listed below actually assist the body to help you heal. Emerging research demonstrates that whether it is fighting cancer, lowering your cholesterol, decreasing inflammation, preventing heart disease plus many other maladies, these super-healing foods will help you get back your health – naturally. Kiwis This tiny, nutrient-dense fruit packs an amazing amount of vitamin C (double the amount found in oranges), has more fiber than apples, and beats bananas as a high-potassium food. The unique blend of phytonutrients, vitamins, and minerals found in kiwifruit helps protect against heart disease, stroke, cancer, and respiratory disease. In the world of phytonutrient research, kiwifruit has fascinated researchers for its ability to protect DNA in the nucleus of human cells from oxygen-related damage Kiwifruit’s natural blood-thinning properties work without the (Read More)

6 Foods Destructive To Our Bones: Part 2

Vitamin A In the case of vitamin A, recent research is proving that you really can get too much of a good thing. Found in eggs, full-fat dairy, liver, and vitamin-fortified foods, vitamin A is important for vision and the immune system. But the American diet is naturally high in vitamin A, and most multivitamins also contain vitamin A. So it’s possible to get much more than the recommended allotment of 5,000 IUs (international units) a day—which many experts think is too high anyway. Postmenopausal women, in particular, seem to be susceptible to vitamin A overload. Studies show that women whose intake was higher than 5,000 IUs had more than double the fracture rate of women whose intake was less than 1,600 IUs a day. Switch to low-fat or nonfat dairy products only, and eat egg whites rather than whole eggs (all the vitamin A is in the yolk). Also (Read More)