Feeling Fatigued? Achy? Overweight? It May be Your Hormones.

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Look and feel better with Hormone Power! Have you ever wished you could look and feel like you did in your 20s?

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If you don’t eat broccoli now that President Bush banned it from his plate, you might consider eating a carrot a day. If you despise carrots, try spinach, sweet potatoes, winter squash or cantaloupe.

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Those of you who despair the limited options available to health conscious diners will be thrilled to know that healthy, organic, raw and living food is now available in Lake I Worth, just south of West Palm Beach , and 45 minutes north of Ft. Lauderdale. .

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I am the mother of two children, Olivia, 9, and Pablo, 6. Since their births, I have been very conscious of serving them a healthy diet. I breastfed each for three and a half years and gave them only fresh organic food and no medicine thereafter.

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Much to the horror of the internal drug trust, American monopoly medicine, federal regulators and their anti-consumerist front groups, America’s health food and vitamin supplements industry has mushroomed from sales of $500 million a year in 1972 to $3 billion in 1988.

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Its spring and garden fever is in the air. In France, sprouted wheat is a symbol of abundance of the upcoming season. Wheat sprouts symbolize the rebirth of nature as spring emerges in the northern hemisphere.

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The Good Life Doesn’t Have to Cost the Planet.

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Portland is blessed to now have a "real" food restaurant gracing its picturesque, cobblestone streets. Mainers have always been known for their good sense and grand American history. That tradition continues with food that both fills and feeds you. Walking into this homey, brick laden café, you are greeted with smiles and a staff committed to your health. You cannot help notice the fresh Shiitake mushrooms growing in the back part of the restaurant. Some of the most effective and certainly best researched raw foods come from this family affair. What a pleasant surprise for us to sip our familiar green drinks after shooting down two ounces of wheat grass! Next came a bold large salad laced with dehydrated goodie's and delectable dressing. We could not help notice that although GRO was a special addition to the culinary genius of Portland's notable restaurant scene, it was new, yet filled with consistent health seeking New Englander's and enthusiastic tourists. Igor Rakuz founded this splendid culinary creation knowing that the typically hearty diet of

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If you think organic is just a passing fad, read on. A recent poll shows 30 percent of the nation has changed eating habits and 84 percent want organic foods following 1989 reports on pesticides in the nation’s food supply.

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There is a growing interest in sea vegetables. The reasons are many, including the fact that sea veggies are loaded with more nutrients than most land vegetables, and increasing evidence that sea veggies contribute to reduced stress and improved digestion. They are full of vitamins B6 and B12, both scare in other veggies. And they are the only vegetable source of iodine in useful amounts, and are a mine of minerals, particularly trace minerals.

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An excerpt from Dr. Ginger’s new book, Know More Than Your Doctor About The Healing Power of Green Juices

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While, touted for it’s sex-enhancing properties, Maca does much more than increases libido. This he powerhouse Peruvian "Super a Food is   packed r with nutrients   and has been used, for centuries with claims to increase energy, improve memory and concentration, overcome anemia, and fight depression

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From the Book Reclaiming Our Health, © 1996

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Swedish scientists made the surprise announcement in the spring that high levels of the carcinogen, acrylamide, are in numerous everyday foods: French fries, potato chips, some types of breakfast cereals and breads, all high carbohydrate foods that are fried or baked at high temperatures. The Food and Drug Administration has made studying acrylamide’s risk and determining how to lower its levels in food one of its highest research priorities.

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