Mike Tawse: The Health-Care Survivor

Natural Health Advocate | Researcher | Author | Broadcaster

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Have No Cause For Regret

Whatever good work you do, you’re bound to face problems and obstacles. Therefore, it’s important to check your motivation. It helps to be truthful and honest. If what you do is good for others, it’ll be good for you too. Once you know your goal can be reached, you should try to follow it through to the end. Then, even if you don’t achieve it, at least you’ll have no cause for regret.

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Gutbliss By Dr Robynne Chutkan

Dr Robynne Chutkan, a renowned physician shares her complete 10-day digestive tune-up for women, with important revelations about good gastrointestinal health.

Many so-called cures for women’s bloating and indigestion, from juice cleanses to specialty diets, are based on junk science. For women seeking true relief from that overall feeling of discomfort in any size jeans, Dr Robynne Chutkan has the perfect plan for feeling light, tight, and bright in ten days. Gutbliss offers:

  • A primer on the real reasons for gastrointestinal distress, and why it’s much more common in women
  • A look at the debilitating side effects of supposedly healthy habits—from Greek yogurt to bloat-inducing aspirin
  • An expert analysis of symptoms that could indicate a serious underlying condition
  • An indispensable checklist to pinpoint the exact cause of your bloating

Just a few small changes in diet, lifestyle, and exercise can make a huge difference in a woman’s digestive health, but the changes have to be the right ones. Continue Reading

Congress To Nutritionists: Don’t Talk About The Environment

A government-appointed group of top nutrition experts, assigned to lay the scientific groundwork for a new version of the nation’s dietary guidelines, decided earlier this year to collect data on the environmental implication of different food choices.

Congress now has slapped them down.

Lawmakers attached a list of “congressional directives” to a massive spending bill that passed both the House and the Senate in recent days.

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