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— Pam Bartha (Founder of Live Disease Free who has been Multiple Sclerosis Free Since 1989!)

Why You Must Become the Director of Your Health

Becoming the director of your health is one of the most important skills you will ever learn – but what does it really mean? Many of us think, “If I just eat right and exercise I’ll be healthy, and if by some random chance I do become sick with a disease, my doctor will fix

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Why You Need a Proven, Step-By-Step Plan to Recover from Chronic Disease

For many us diagnosed with a disease label, before that diagnosis we thought we were healthy. We started having symptoms and went to our doctor, only to be given a life-altering diagnosis. From there we followed standard of care and managed our symptoms, all the while losing our independence and our quality-of-life. But then we start to research. We read, watch videos, listen to podcasts, look

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Museum Exhibit Sheds Light On Our Mysterious Microbiomes

A decade ago, few people in the general public were aware that our bodies are host to complex microbial communities. Fewer still were aware that these microbiomes play an integral part in our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing and that an imbalance in these communities often leads to disease. Over the years, research has proven time and

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How Helpful is Your Family Physician?

Believing that Your Doctor Supports You on Your Health Journey Increases Your Chances of Success Whenever we make positive but difficult changes to better our health, it is vital that we have the right support systems in place. Starting a new exercise regimen with a friend or family member can boost your chances of sticking with it

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Angry Outbursts Could Shorten Your Life

Did you know that angry outbursts are bad for your heart? In European Heart Journal: Acute Cardiovascular Care, researchers studied 313 people who had suffered from acute coronary blockages and asked them about any angry episodes that they might have had in the 48 hours before their symptoms began. They discovered a link between angry outbursts

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Pesticides on Fruits & Veggies Linked to Damaged Sperm

It amazes me that many governments continue to insist that the use of pesticides on fruits and vegetables is not a harmful practice. The Health Canada website, for instance, suggests that we have little to worry about, stating: While pesticides help protect our food supply, many people are concerned about pesticides on the food they eat. Small amounts of

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Dangerous Levels of Arsenic Found in Rice

Back in 2012, Consumer Reports first shocked the public by telling us that, according to their research, many varieties of rice and common processed foods made from rice (even those labelled “organic”) have unsafe levels of organic and inorganic arsenic (a carcinogen). They also stressed that children are especially at risk when eating this grain. Who would

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Shield Your Kids From Harmful Radiation

Is your child or teenager nagging you endlessly to buy him or her a cell phone? Perhaps they are pulling at your heartstrings, saying they will be safer with one- that they can call you any time if they need your help. Everyone wants their kids to be safe. And your being able to reach

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Fight Antibiotic Resistance By Choosing Antibiotic-Free Meat

Knowing what we now know about the growing concern of antibiotic-resistant super bugs, many of us use antibiotics only when absolutely necessary. But this strategy just isn’t enough in our fight against this rising threat to our health. Most of the antibiotics that we ingest do not come from our local doctor, but from the food we eat. Check out this

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Cholesterol: Friend or Foe?

For years, physicians and health care officials have warned us against consuming foods that are high in cholesterol, such as eggs and red meat: that doing so can lead to heart attacks, strokes and other cardiovascular diseases. Cholesterol, however, is vital to attaining and maintaining optimal health. A Harvard Health Publication describes cholesterol best as:

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Boost Your Creativity- Take a Walk in Nature

We all know that walking is good for your health, but did you know that walking can also foster creativity? In a study published in The Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, using four different experiments, researchers discovered just that. They found that walking (especially in nature) improved the creative responses of their university and college student

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Your Gut: A Delicate Bacterial Balance

How Promoting Flora Diversity is Not Enough in Your Fight For Optimal Health The vital role that our intestinal bacteria plays in determining our health is getting incredible press as of late- and thankfully so. Current research is showing time and time again that diverse gut microflora is key to attaining and maintaining optimal health.

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Feel Great During and After Your Vacation

With spring break right around the corner, many families are looking to escape the winter doldrums and take that much needed vacation in the sun. Often times, though, taking a break away from home can come with dietary hurdles- ones that can leave you feeling even more drained than before you left. There is little

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Vitamin D: Am I Getting Enough?

    The health benefits of Vitamin D have been predominant in the mainstream press as of late, but many people are left wondering, how can I get enough and what are the risks of not doing so? Check out this informative article and video by Dr. Mercola in which he discusses the risks of not getting

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Dr. Perlmutter Reveals Ways to Promote Brain Health

More and more, research is showing that what you eat affects your brain health and influences it’s day-to-day ability to function. Gluten, carbohydrates and sugar can have a devastating effect on brain health, as Dr. David Perlmutter discusses in this interview on Fox and Friends- Fox News Channel. A definite must-watch!   Pam BarthaClinically diagnosed with multiple

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Give the Gift of Health and Wellness This Valentine’s Day!

Valentine’s Day, in all of its romantic grandeur, is unfortunately another holiday filled with sweets that are kind in theory, yet often detrimental to your loved one’s health in reality. This year, why not give a gift that makes your special someone feel good both inside and out? With the holiday quickly approaching, it is

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