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A Cardiac Killer
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Food Intolerance: the Silent Assassin
Food Intolerance: 
the Silent Assassin
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May 6, 2013
Dear Valued Subscriber,   

 

Did you know that according to a recent study in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, the more sodium you consume, the more magnesium is leeched from your body? 

 

Have a happy, healthy week. Bonnie and Steve Minsky

 

Spring Cleanse for Boston Ends at 5PM Today!

We Have Raised $420 of our $500 Goal! 

The tragic events in Boston rocked the nation and the wellness community. In an effort to heal Boston, as well as ourselves, we are asking that you download a FREE copy of Spring Cleanse 3-Day Challenge. This is a safe, gentle, and smart food cleanse.

 

For every download, we will donate $1 to Playworks Metro Boston, an official charity of the Boston Marathon (up to $500). 

 

Help us reach our goal of $500. Please ask family, friends, and coworkers to download it as well! 

 

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Don't Overlook This Cardiac Killer.
Sublinical Thyroid Dysfunction Scantily Screened. questionmark
According to a study of a half a million subjects presented to the European Congress on Endocrinology, subclinical hyperthyroidism is associated with a 20% increased risk for cardiovascular mortality, primarily driven by heart-failure deaths. Hyperthyroid, not to be confused withhypothyroid, is an overtly active thyroid, whereas hypothyroid is underactive.
 
While primary-care doctors and family practitioners are becoming mindful of this issue, awareness is still woeful.
 
An overactive thyroid is far less common than hypothyroidism, affecting 1.3% of the population (versus 4.6% for hypothyroidism). While hyperthyroidism can lead to cardiovascular problems, it actually reduces cholesterol levels, which is why it is so often overlooked.
 
Hypothyroidism, on the other hand, increases cholesterol levels, which is why it is diagnosed more often, but still not enough. A recent study found that in patients with high cholesterol, only 50% were screened for subclinical thyroid dysfunction. Although guidelines state that thyroid dysfunction should be included in the diagnosis for new-onset dyslipidemia, the practice of screening in standard clinical practice seems to often be overlooked.
 
The take-home message is that if you have a family history with any thyroid problem or have any signs of thyroid problems, you should go for a checkup. Family doctors need to be aware that any sign of thyroid abnormality can affect your health, and you should act accordingly.

 

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EPIC BAR: Putting the P in Paleo

EPICBarFor those of you who know us well, we have never been big fans of energy and snack bars. Admittedly, they are sometimes a necessary evil. 

 

We are happy to say that we have found a product that not only has real ingredients, but is balanced with lean protein, healthy fat, and low carb.

 

IF YOU LIKE JERKY, YOU WILL LOVE THESE!

 

EPIC Bar comes in bison, beef, and turkey flavors. We like the bison and turkey the best. The bison is grass-fed, the beef is organic, and the turkey is humanely raised without antibiotics or hormones.

 

Go to epicbar.com to find them in your area or you can order them from our office (stop in or call; not available at our website yet).
 
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Do you feel overwhelmed by the avalanche of diet and lifestyle information you are exposed to? Do you feel like there is never enough time to read up on all of it? NCI Well Connect can do it for you. 

 

Utilizing our decades of clinical experience to discern what is fact or fiction, we pore over 400 journals and media weekly to find the ideal nutrition and lifestyle tips that will motivate you to adhere to, or improve upon, your wellness goals.

 

NCI Well Connect is your weekly nutritionist and wellness companion. 

 

This Week's Topics Are:

  • Why You Can't Stop Eating Potato Chips.
  • Aspirin: Gauging GI Risk Versus Cardiac Reward.
  • Lentil Chicken Salad
  • Pre-Grocery Shopping Tip
  • Conventional Wisdom About Wound Healing Questioned.
  • Three Organic Trader Joes Product Suggestions
  • Vegan Burger Stamp of Approval
  • Nutty Nut Butters
  • Top Suntan Lotion
  • When Yeast Infection Is Not Your Typical Candida.
  • Downside to Facebook?
  • Exercise Heavily? This Vitamin Is For You.
  • Is Your Beach Safe?
  • eInspire

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One of the perks of being a NCI Well Connect subscriber is that you are granted monthly access to our Action Plan Library (27 plans with a total value over $200) and Special Reports. 

 

The perk comes in handy when you are trying to address menopausal symptoms. A study in the May issue of Menopause suggests that a single approach to managing menopausal symptoms is likely to be unsuccessful. Only an individualized approach is suggested. Our Smart Menopause Action Plan explains myriad therapies and techniques not just for mitigating, but preventing the onset of symptoms. You can find which one(s) are best suited for you.

 

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Juice Cleanse Star Will Soon Fade.
Burst the Juice Cleanse Bubble with Carolyn Martinelli
Burst the Juice Cleanse Bubble with Carolyn Martinelli