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September 30, 2013
Dear Valued Subscriber,    

 

TODAY IS THE LAST DAY to take advantage of September's sales items. You can order October sales items today as well. See below.

 

Did you know that soaking in Epsom Salt (magnesium sulfate) can help the body rest, recover, detoxify and increase white-blood cell count? Epsom Salt eases muscle aches and helps you get a good nights rest.

 

If you feel an illness coming on, soak in Epsom salt as quickly as possible. Epsom salt helps spur a process called vasodilation, which increases white blood cell production and helps the body fight illnesses quicker. Add at least 4 cups of Epsom salt per bath. The best thing about Epsom Salt is that it only costs a few dollars!

 

Have a happy, healthy week. Bonnie and Steve Minsky

 

Why Diets Fail Most of the Time.

The way the stomach detects and tells our brains how full we are becomes damaged in obese people but does not return to normal once they lose weight, according to new research from International Journal of Obesity.

Researchers believe this could be a key reason why most people who lose weight on a diet eventually put that weight back on.

They investigated the impact of a high-fat diet on the gut's ability to signal fullness, and whether those changes revert back to normal by losing weight. The results showed that the nerves in the stomach that signal fullness to the brain appear to be desensitized after long-term consumption of a high-fat diet.

A hormone in the body, leptin, known to regulate food intake, can also change the sensitivity of the nerves in the stomach that signal fullness. In normal conditions, leptin acts to stop food intake. However, in the stomach in high-fat diet induced obesity, leptin further desensitizes the nerves that detect fullness.

These two mechanisms combined mean that obese people need to eat more to feel full, which in turn continues their cycle of obesity.

They're not yet sure whether this effect is permanent or just long-lasting. 

 

Bonnie: I can tell you the effect is not long-lasting if you are vigorous in keeping your weight down for an extended period of time. Eventually, leptin and ghrelin levels normalize.

 
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Why NCI Well Connect?
Why NCI Well Connect?

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:

  • Latest Developments in Male and Female Fertility.
  • Advances in Prostate Cancer and Prevention
  • Beware of the New Class of Cholesterol Meds.
  • Avoid Grocery Shopping When You Feel This.
  • Viability of Magnets and Copper Bracelets
  • Pocket-Sized Snacks
  • Organic Coconut Creamers
  • Reusable Lunch and Snack Bags
  • The Gallbladder Indicator 
  • How an Invasive Bug Affects Our Health.
  • Being Sedentary Extra Awful For These People.
  • Why Retirees Need to Be Masters of Their Own Destiny.
  • eInspire

Please click here to read a recent issue of NCI Well Connect.

 

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The War for Food Transparency
Shopping for NonGMOs with Carolyn Martinelli.
You May Need a Nutritional Update. 

updateHas it been a while since your last visit? Have you had major trauma or changes in your life that have altered your optimal balance? Or, do you just feel there is one something missing from you feeling ideal? Chances are that you are due for a nutritional update with Bonnie.

 

If you have had a physical with bloodwork performed within the last 6-8 months, set up a consultation. Bring a copy of the bloodwork and be ready to discuss any diet, supplement, medication, health status, and major life changes since your last visit.

 

To set up an appointment, please contact us at 847-498-3422.

 
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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 mold is at its highest levels in years and is yeast wreaking havoc on your body. Our Candida Action Plan contains decades of clinical data for how to rid your body of yeast overgrowth.

 

If you are not an NCI Well Connect subscriber, you can purchase the Action Plans here. For NCI Well Connect subscribers, it is free by email request.

To become a Well Connect subscriber. Simply click on this link to register.
 
PUR Gum is Here!

Pur GumWe are now carrying the delicious PUR Gum. All flavors are free of artificial colors and flavors.

 

Unfortunately, the xylitol is NOT corn-free. It comes from non-GMO French and Italian corn.

 
We are stocking all four flavors which come in blister packs of 9 pieces or pouches of 55 pieces:
 
Pomegranate Mint
Peppermint
Spearmint
Wintergreen (blister pack only)
 
Eat them in moderation (four to six pieces daily max) because xylitol has a laxative effect.