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My 8-step, drug-free plan to beating depression in later life

A new study getting underway at UCLA reveals that a whopping 60 to 70% of older adults do not respond to common antidepressant drugs like Prozac, Paxil, Zoloft, Celexa, and Lexapro. Well, surprise, surprise. For years, I’ve been reporting about how ineffective antidepressant drugs really are. In fact, research shows that selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors …

The most important meal of the day—for preventing dementia

In my new online learning protocol, the Complete Alzheimer’s Cure, I discuss the top, science-backed natural approaches you can take for better brain health. (You can learn more about this protocol or enroll today by clicking here or calling 866-747-9421 and asking for order code EOV2S11A.) Of course, that includes your diet. And now, new …

The hidden hazards lurking in the FDA’s new salt guidelines

For 40 years now, big government has been promoting dietary guidelines that were all wrong, all along. They said to avoid dietary cholesterol, saturated fats, and salt. But that meant avoiding highly nutritious foods like butter, dairy, eggs, meat, and many kinds of seafood. Manufacturers substituted sugar and carbs in foods instead. So then we …

Is it time to say “soyo-nara” to soy?

Soy has a very long history. But new data shows that soy may soon BE history. Or at least, it should be. I’ll tell you why the move away from soy is a good thing in just a moment. But first, let’s take a closer look at how this one-time darling of the “health food” …

The nutrient trio that can slow down aging

Anyone who has been paying attention knows that higher vitamin and mineral intakes are good for your health. They lower the risk of every major chronic and degenerative disease. Which, of course, adds up to a longer and healthier life. But new research shows there’s another reason why vitamins and minerals may help you live …


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