Traditional Naturopath Podcast #60

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The Traditional Naturopath Podcast - 60 - (11/10/13) Click on the "Play" button (the triangle pointing to the right) below to play it as Streaming Audio. Your browser does not support the audio element. Download MP3 (Right-Click on the Link Above and Save) Show Notes: Vitamin and mineral use cuts down on cancer deaths according to a recent study, 'tearless' onions that are related to garlic, may be good for your heart! Natural methods to boost your body's immune system health!
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How to Help Boost Your Immune System

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From the "Natural Cowgirl Blog" - Margaret Durst, A.K.A. "Natural Cowgirl" - This natural health blogger has some great info on steps that you can take to boost your immune system so that you will be ready for "flu season." But, remember that your immune system should be in top shape at all times, not just special times of the year, when people are more aware of chances of flu. Natural Immune Boosters Margaret's Natural Health Blog - From the "Natural Cowgirl Blog" - By: Margaret Durst, A.K.A. "Natural Cowgirl" - "Now is a good time to start building your immune system for flu season. Whether you are concerned about colds or flu, there are some great natural strategies for you to use to build your immune system. Let's review…
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These Onions May Be Good for Your Heart

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These "tearless onions" are related to garlic, and therefore, are good for the cardio-vascular system. 'Tearless' Onions Could Help Fight Heart Disease Bioscience Technology - "Onions, a key ingredient in recipes around the globe, come in a tearless version that scientists are now reporting could pack health benefits like its close relative, garlic, which is renowned for protecting against heart disease. They published their laboratory analysis, which suggests a similar heart-friendly role for the tearless onions, as well as a possible role in managing weight gain, in ACS' Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Colin Eady and colleagues note that the onion has a unique chemistry that leads to its tear-inducing effects when cut. Its pungency has driven cooks to don goggles, clench wooden spoons in their mouths and try…
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