Glutathione, Disease Prevention, Aging, and Epigenetics

Raise glutathione to prevent disease, aging, and DNA damage. One of the most important molecules in the body is something called Glutathione, or GSH for short. Everybody knows that Vitamin C and Vitamin E are powerful antioxidants, but it has been said that… GSH is the strongest anti-oxidant in the world and its depletion is…

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Are Men From Mars? – Isagenix Celebration 2012 With Dr. John Gray

My wife Nicole and I were in Phoenix for the 10th Isagenix Celebration a week and a half ago. We had an absolute blast. 6,000 people that look good, feel good, and are happy! Can’t beat that. There were a lot of great speakers, but one of the Keynote speakers was none other than Dr.…

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Are You Drinking Chlorinated Water?

One of the most common toxins that the average american ingests on a daily basis is chlorine. It is found in city tap water, showers and of course swimming pools. I grew up on well water, and it was always interesting to me that when I would take my big jug of water to baseball…

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14 Secrets to a Healthy Brain Part 3

10) Sunlight – We are very dependent on sunlight.  We need an hour of sunlight a day to have a proper level of serotonin in the brain.  We are wired such that we need unfiltered sunlight to hit our optic nerve. If you wear sunglasses you are preventing your body from obtaining maximum serotonin levels. …

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14 Secrets to a Healthy Brain Part 2

Well, here we are with Part 2 of the 14 Secrets to a Healthy Brain series. This section focuses a lot on the fats that we are eating and how important they are to the brain. It also focuses on a really easy to use Cellular cleansing and Replenishing system that we have been recommending…

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14 Secrets to a Healthy Brain Part 1

By now you are no doubt understanding that your entire human experience is lived through your nervous system. You take in a beautiful sunset, sip a fine wine, hear children laughing, and then your brain processes it, and makes sense of it all. You laugh, you cry, feel pain, or feel joy. This nervous system…

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