September 2005 - Page 2 of 5 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Analyzing the threat of CODEX

If you’re over the age of 60, there’s a 50-50 chance that you’ll develop diverticulosis: a condition in which small pockets occur at weak points in the colon wall. But if you’re still years away from 60, that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re off the hook.

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Dealing with diverticulosis

If you’re over the age of 60, there’s a 50-50 chance that you’ll develop diverticulosis: a condition in which small pockets occur at weak points in the colon wall. But if you’re still years away from 60, that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re off the hook.

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Moisturizing dry eyes

The body of a tear is watery, of course, but it also contains mucous and is enclosed by an oily outer layer. Each of these parts is produced separately, and if any one source is deficient, the stage is set for chronic dry eyes.

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l-Glutamine helps stimulate the immune system

Cancer researchers thought they might be on to something big. Their ambitious theory: Vitamin C in high doses might kill cancer cells.

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Vitamin C in high doses might kill cancer cells

Cancer researchers thought they might be on to something big. Their ambitious theory: Vitamin C in high doses might kill cancer cells.

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Inositol is a key factor in cellular health

But it’s not just footage of a guy indulging in a junk food binge. He also reveals some surprising facts about how American’s eat, along with useful insights for a nation that needs to get back on track to better dietary choices.

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Documentary stresses better dietary choices

But it’s not just footage of a guy indulging in a junk food binge. He also reveals some surprising facts about how American’s eat, along with useful insights for a nation that needs to get back on track to better dietary choices.

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