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January 16, 2012
Dear Valued Subscriber,

Get 50% OFF a one year subscription of NCI Well Connect during the month of January ($49.99 instead of $99.99). At one dollar per issue per week, you get 90 percent more than what is in our free eNewsletter, as well as access to our entire Action Plan Library and Natural Foods Shopping List. Order today at our website here or 847-509-1336 and we will email today's issue, featuring our fascinating five-part series"Deciphering Evolution and Eating," highlighted by a contentious battle between the Paleo Diet and the China Study Diet.

 

Have a happy, healthy week. Bonnie and Steve Minsky.
Silent Memory Loss and the Nutrients to Help It.

 

A recent journal Neurology study of relatively healthy elderly adults found that those with diets rich in several vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids had better cognitive function and less brain atrophy associated with Alzheimer's disease than their peers with diets less abundant in these nutrients.

The study identified 3 distinct nutrient biomarker patterns (NBPs) in blood that are related to cognitive performance and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) measures of brain aging. One was high in plasma B vitamins (B1, B2, B6, folate, and B12), as well as vitamins C, D, and E, and the other was high in plasma marine omega-3 fatty acids. The higher the levels of these nutrients, the better the subjects performed cognitively and had more brain volume.  

A third NBP characterized by a high trans fat pattern was consistently associated with less favorable cognitive function and less total cerebral brain volume.

"To our knowledge, this is the first study to apply principal component analysis to biological markers of diet," the researchers note. Overall, the participants had good nutritional status, although 7% were deficient in vitamin B12 and 25% were deficient in vitamin D. A strength of the study is the investigators' use of plasma nutrient levels rather than self-reported dietary patterns, which gets around recall errors and biases that can occur when individuals report their usual diets.

 

Care's Corner - NEW!
An Unusual, Impactful Resolution.
Featuring food and lifestyle consultant Carolyn Martinelli. Feel free to email her suggestions for future segments.

Care presents tangible New Year's resolution tips.

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NCI Well ConnectThis week's Well Connect topics are:
  • Deciphering Evolution and Eating Part One: Then and Now.
  • Contact Lens Wearers Read This.
  • FIR Thermotherapy for Pain
  • Complementary Therapies to Help Cancer Treatment.
  • Getting Little Ones to Eat Their Veggies.
  • Extensive List of Gluten-Free Flours
  • New Dairy-Free Spread and Baking Aid
  • Travel Stevia
  • The Nut King
  • Detoxing Aluminum.
  • Your Brain Knows When You Are Deprived of This.
  • Are You Vitamin Savvy?
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In the current health care paradigm, it is paramount that we practice "self-care". But how can we ascertain what is truth or fiction? NCI Well Connectdoes the work for you as your self-care wellness filter. Staying connected to real-time nutrition and lifestyle developments, based upon sound research, motivates you to adhere to your optimal wellness plan. Consider it your weekly nutritionist.

 

You get 90 percent more than what is in our free eNewsletter, as well as access to our entire self-help Action Plan library and Natural Foods Shopping List (updated monthly). The total value of these items exceeds the subscription price. Click here for a list of our Action Plans titles.

 

Note to Service Professionals: a percentage of our subscribers are service professionals who find that our cutting-edge wellness tips greatly expand the scope of expertise they can provide to their clientele. 

 

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Dr. Schuster's Well Tips - NEW!
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My name is Dr. Liselotte Schuster. I have worked with Bonnie Minsky at Nutritional Concepts for over twenty years. Each month, I offer wellness tips from a Chiropractor's perspective. Feel free to email me topics to consider for future segments.

 

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If you wish to give your body the opportunity to relax, replenish, and rejuvenate, do it smartly. Our Smart Detox and Smart Cleanse (vegan) Action Plans were specifically created to allow your body the chance to remove the "holiday sludge" without shocking your system. 

 

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In case you missed this last week, here is our prescription for starting the year off right.
  1. Make an appointment with Bonnie to get back on track.
    Medicare and private insurance has made it easier than ever to get our services covered. With a simple doctor's prescription, we can give you a Superbill to submit for medical nutrition therapy services or wellness visits (Medicare allows a wellness visit with an Rx).   
  2. Get back on your individualized supplement regimen.
    If you have gotten off track, now is the perfect time to start. While eating optimally comprises 75 percent of your nutrient intake, supplements comprise the other 25 percent. We offer monthly supplement discounts and a free loyalty reward program.  
  3. Stay on the straight and narrow with NCI Well Connect.
    Our subscription eNewsletter is your weekly nutritionist, providing myriad ways to improve your mind and body through cutting edge wellness research and recommendations. You also get 90 percent more than what is in our free eNewsletter. In addition, your subscription includes access to our entire self-help Action Plan library and Natural Foods Shopping List, which is updated monthly. To further motivate you, we are offering a 50% subscription discount for the month of January ($49.99 instead of $99.99). Only one dollar per issue per week. Order your subscription today and get today's issue, which includes a very important Medication and Supplement Alert.  
  4. Need fresh menu, recipe, shopping, and lifestyle ideas?
    Food consultant Carolyn Martinelli lives wellness 24-7, so who better to help you navigate a difficult eating plan and keep you "wellness fresh," all while managing a hectic lifestyle? Care is in the office on Wednesdays and Thursdays.  
  5. Avoid your food reactors.
    The hottest food trend of 2012 will be targeting those with food intolerances. Why? We are finally coming to the realization that food intolerances occur much more frequently than once believed. Everyone is different in how and what they react to. Luckily, we have been treating clients with food intolerances for over fifteen years and have the most accurate, battle-tested screening methods to accomplish this.  
  6. Cleanse and Detox in a smart way.
    One of the most popular ways to begin a new year is to do a cleanse or detox. Unfortunately, certain methods can do more harm than good. Our Smart Detox and Smart Cleanse Action Plans have been used safely and successfully by clients for years. They can be purchased at our website or are free to NCI Well Connect subscribers.  
  7. Choose mental, exercise routine to fit your individual needs.
    Methods for exercising your mind and body should be just as individualized as your food choices. Most importantly, make sure your routine fits your lifestyle capabilities.