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The Diet that Halts Diabetes.

The Diet that Halts Diabetes.

Dec 8th 2017 Posted by MDR

Millions of people in the U.S. suffer with type 2 diabetes. Although genetics plays a role, many get the disease from being overweight and being too sedentary.Research findings, recently reported in The Lancet, suggest that remission of type 2 diabetes may be obtained with intensive weight management programs and routine primary care. After 12 …
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Under Stress?  What You Must Know.

Under Stress? What You Must Know.

Dec 2nd 2017 Posted by MDR

Now more than ever, many people are under stress. For some, the stress can be so severe and chronic, it may lead to high blood pressure, depression, heart disease or strokes. You may notice subtle changes at first like irritability, headaches, nail biting or fidgeting, forgetfulness, sadness, sweating, muscle pains, loss of libido, erectile …
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The Dangers of Taking Silver

The Dangers of Taking Silver

Dec 2nd 2017 Posted by MDR

Some vitamin companies sell items with questionable health benefits. You may see advertisements for colloidal, ionic, or nano silver products, which are basically silver particles in a liquid. Silver ions have proven useful in coatings of medical devices; water filters; catheters, respirators, bone cement; and wound dressings to name a few.S …
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Are You Getting Enough Vitamin D?

Are You Getting Enough Vitamin D?

Dec 2nd 2017 Posted by MDR

As the weather cools down, you may stay indoors more. Today's lifestyle with TV and computers, tends to draw us inside our homes too. Without adequate sunshine, your body cannot make enough Vitamin D-3, so supplementation is essential. At MDR, we provide a healthy daily dose of 800 IU of Vitamin D-3 in our patented MDR Fitness Tabs …
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What you should know about Cranberries!

What you should know about Cranberries!

Nov 21st 2017 Posted by MDR

Holiday time means turkey and cranberries for many of us. As you enjoy these tasty dishes, know that cranberries are helping you stay healthy. Pilgrims called the fruit "crane berry" because its flowers looked like the head of a crane. Native Americans enjoyed the benefits of the berries. The deep red color comes from polyphenols that are powerf …
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