November 2004 - Page 2 of 4 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

DHEA and diabetics

Now a new study demonstrates a very practical way that DHEA may help diabetics and those with pre-diabetic conditions.

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Dangers of vitamin E

“So what do we do now?” That question was posted on an HSI Forum thread titled “Vitamin E” by a member named Delores who was one of many who responded to the controversial vitamin E study released last week

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Food for good thoughts

Parents of depressed adolescents and teens may feel at a loss in choosing a treatment for their kids. If antidepressant drugs increase suicide risk, where do they turn? We’ll tell you about the key dietary factors that every depressed person – young

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Relieving symptoms of menopause

Matchmaker Over the past couple of years I’ve sent you several e-Alerts with updates about hormone replacement therapy studies that showed how this synthetic drug treatment may sharply increase the risk of heart disease, breast cancer, type 2 diabetes and other serious health problems. For a change, I have no new information about the dangers […]

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Vitamin E supplements will not kill you

Vitamin E supplements will not kill you.

Write that down. If it's ever proven to be untrue, bring it back to
me and I'll eat the paper it's written on. In fact, I'll also eat my
house and my car. Because contrary to widespread reports, vitamin E supplements will NOT kill you.

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Health effects of white bread

Staff of Life A doctor once recommended bread to aid the digestive tract. That doctor was the Greek father of medicine, Hippocrates, who recognized the nutritional value of fiber, bran, vitamins and minerals found in stone-ground flour. Needless to say, none of the bread of Hippocrates’ time resembled today’s commercial white bread, which was first […]

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Unrefined salt is NOT bad for you

"The salt debate" goes on. And that's the title of a thread on the
HSI Forum where several HSI members have expanded on the
information I sent you last week in the e-Alert "Red State, Blue
State," regarding the necessity for sodium in the diet – even for
those with high blood pressure.

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