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We believe there is not a compound made by nature or man that in fact will heal anything. It is only you that can heal you. Everything we consume is designed to provide the body with elemental compounds which will allow the body to function optimally. Every living organism has evolved to optimally function without feeling at dis-ease. In order for this to happen though, the cells must have access to all the essential compounds including minerals, fats, amino acids and carbohydrates. Without a full complement of all in adequate levels, feeling at dis-ease will be the outcome.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E

Vitamin E Study Misleads Consumers Vitamin E Meta-analysis Misleads Consumers The following release is made by the ANH in the wake of a raft of negative publicity on Vitamin E following the meta-analysis released by Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. Cautious interpretation is essential The meta-analysis to be published next January in the Annals of InternalRead More

7th Congress on Minerals and Nutrition

7th Congress on Minerals and Nutrition

74th Congress 2nd Session: Verbatim Unabridged extracts. Our physical well-being is more directly dependent upon the minerals we take into our systems than upon calories or vitamins, or upon the precise proportions of starch, protein or carbohydrates we consume.” “Do you know that most of us today are suffering from certain dangerous diet deficiencies whichRead More

Strong Bones or Osteoporosis – Beware of Too Much Calcium

Strong Bones or Osteoporosis – Beware of Too Much Calcium The Key Roles of Silica, Magnesium & Other Nutrients by Earl Staelin Well Being Journal Vol. 15, No. 2, March/April 2006 (Reprinted here with permission from The Well Being Journal) Americans have been taught that they need lots of calcium, especially post-menopausal women who frequently developRead More


Dangerous Levels of Arsenic Found in Non-Organic Chicken Consumers Beware: Dangerous Levels of Arsenic Found in Non-Organic Chicken From: Institute for Agriculture; Trade Policy PRESS RELEASE April 5, 2006 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press contact: Ben Lilliston (612) 870-3416 or email: Arsenic Widespread in Chicken, Testing Finds Avoidable arsenic commonly added to chicken feed;Read More