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Aug 11, 2012
Vol 7 Issue #32

Are You Getting These 10 Important Nutrients Every Day?

The human body is an amazing machine, and just like your car needs fuel to run properly, your body requires a variety of important nutrients to function properly. However, according to experts, most Americans are deficient in many important nutrients. Over time, these deficiencies can lead to countless ailments and health problems, some of which can be severe. So what exactly are the most important nutrients your body needs to support your heart health, strong bones, clear vision and sharp mind?

25 Tips for Beautiful Skin from Twitter and Beyond

We all want to age gracefully and enjoy a youthful appearance for as long as possible. The anti-aging industry is billions of dollars strong thanks to our desire to defy our age. Besides making an appointment with your plastic surgeon, there are simple things you can do that can help delay the signs of aging.

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One of the Best Sources of Natural Energy in the World

Are you constantly feeling tired and sluggish? This vitamin is necessary for multiple critical functions in your body, including energy production and studies show that one in four adults in the U.S. is deficient and nearly half of the population has suboptimal blood levels of it.

The Ugly Truth about Fructose and Sugar

If you're like most Americans, you eat a lot of fructose and sugar every day. In fact, fructose is so prevalent in the American diet that it's the number one source of calories in the U.S. According to USDA estimates, the average American consumes 12 teaspoons of sugar per day, which equates to about two tons of sugar in their lifetime.

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