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Coconut Oil Benefits

28 Jul Coconut Oil, Yes, It is Still Good for You!

You might have heard about the recent new study from the American Heart Association regarding coconut oil. Depending on the news outlet reporting on the study, the findings promote the consumption of vegetable oils instead of oils that contain higher amounts of saturated fats. The controversy is the recommendation of certain cooking oils over others because of their saturated fat content. The current mainstream hypothesis is that oils such as canola, corn, or vegetable have a better nutritional profile and health-impact than oils such as coconut oil, ghee, or animal fat....

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Vitamin C Factor

09 Mar Novel New Supplement May Reduce Coronary Artery Plaque and Prevent Heart Disease

Doctor Linus Pauling was a phenomenal genius who won the noble prize for his work on the structure of DNA. His extensive research on Vitamin C and amino acids are world renown. The benefits of Vitamin C include fighting infection and shortening the length of the common cold. We understand that Vitamin C can be wonderful for the immune system, but when combined with the amino acids, lysine, and proline, a whole new level of healing occurs in the body. That understanding has been bolstered by the work of Doctor...

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18 Nov 3 Best Supplements for the Season!

Your immune system can be easily compromised over the holidays. Alcohol weakens the immune system and lack of sleep can contribute to it’s strength, too. Well, you have a strategy for the alcohol consumption by wisely limiting it and you also know to get plenty of sleep. However, here are three of our top supplements to boost your immune system for the holiday season. 1.  Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) Vitamin C, taken in the form of ascorbic acid, is great for the body. It is essential for optimal health but, taken in high...

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Get Tested for MTHFR

11 Mar Proper B Vitamins a Must in MTHFR

It is imperative that we all get tested for mthfr, a genetic blood test which can predict our risk for heart disease, blood clots, depression,toxicity, cancer and potentially cancer and Alzheimer's. At the Salerno Center we will measure for several genes and devise a supplement plan based on the results. If there is the presence of one or more copies of the mthfr genes then we will give our vitamin called Activated B Factor. This vitamin contain the natural or methylated forms of b12, folic acid and b6. This is essential as it will...

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Slim Factor Supplement

31 Jan Slim Down with Slim Factor

Weight loss is an uphill battle. You lose some, you gain some. Then, you lose some and gain some more. If it were easy, everyone would be able to reach their target weight loss goals, but unfortunately, it isn't that easy. Luckily, there are a few natural ingredients that actually work in helping you to lose weight. These are ingredients that have been clinically studied and proven to work. Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA), a naturally occurring fatty acid that is found in meat and dairy products, with pasture raised being the...

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Health Benefits of Turmeric

23 Nov The Amazing Benefits of Turmeric

Turmeric is pretty hot and that’s not just because it’s spicy. Turmeric has a slightly bitter but peppery taste, which contributes to the flavor of the curry powder we all know of. But turmeric is not just another tasty way to make food more flavorful, it also has some phenomenal health benefits that impact the body in different ways. It’s not the turmeric itself that contributes to health, but the active constituent curcumin, inside of the turmeric that boasts these powerful benefits. Curcumin: The Best Part of Turmeric Curcumin is the most...

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ALA Supplement for Diabetes

07 Oct Alpha Lipoic Acid: Possible Treatment for Neuropathy in Type 2 Diabetes

What is Type 2 Diabetes? Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) can simply be described as insulin resistance along with pancreatic cell dysfunction. It is expected to affect even more people by the year 2030; an estimated 400 million. Even today, with all the advancements in treatments, it still remains extremely challenging to keep blood sugar levels in control. Reasons for this may be the fact that medication regimens given to patients are just too overwhelming. Many individuals are now turning to integrative medicine and natural therapies to help with controlling this...

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25 Mar The One Vitamin That Can Potentially Prevent a Brain Aneurysm

Last Friday, Lisa Colagrossi, a great reporter at WABC in New York, NY, died from a sudden brain aneurysm. An aneurysm, a bulge that indicates a weak arterial wall, can potentially be prevented from rupturing with high-dose vitamin C therapy. According to The Society of Interventional Radiology, 1 in 20 Americans have some sort of aneurysm. Much like an overinflated tire, the damaged vessels over expand. It has been found that patients with lower vitamin C levels in their blood are more likely to have an aneurysm. While most people do...

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healthy older couple

19 Mar Vitamin C + Lysine = Natural Plaque Reducer

New research! The marriage of a vitamin C and lysine combination can prevent plaque build-up, strengthen artery walls, boost immunity, and prevent infections. Without vitamin C and lysine our vessel walls become weak, allowing for cracks and clots. This can lead to a heart attack or stroke. Dr. W. Gifford-Jones performed a self-study in which he took mega doses of vitamin C and lysine after suffering a heart attack, rather than taking cholesterol-lowering drugs (statins). 16 years later, he is now 90 years old, and speaks about his wise health choice! Vitamin...

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health fats

10 Mar Athletes Should Eat More Fat

Athletes, for years, thought carb-rich foods were necessary for high performance activities, but new science shows that consuming starchy foods can lead to weight gain and metabolic issues. As the debate rages on, the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee has suggested that athletes lower their carbohydrate intake, and eat more nuts and fatty-rich foods to boost performance. According to a new article published in The European Journal of Sport Sciences last year points out, we are all genetic end products of fat consumption by nature, meaning our bodies already contain ample amounts of...

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