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The Blaylock Wellness Report July 2009 on African-Americans Incidence of Heart Disease

The Blaylock Wellness Report’s July 2009 issue has strategies to increase nutrients for your heart. The article states:

African-Americans have the highest incidence of heart disease, including heart failure. A study of 30 such patients with heart failure of varying degrees found all had low vitamin D-3 levels, about half had low serum zinc levels, and all had low levels of selenium.

This article states that the following are common heart failure nutrient deficiencies:

  1. Selenium
  2. B vitamins (especially thiamine)
  3. Zinc
  4. Magnesium
  5. Riboflavin

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The Blaylock Wellness Report on Coping With Stress

Russell L. Blaylock, M.D. publishes a report about health, Living a long, Healthy Life. The July 2009 report has a Blaylock tip about Coping With Stress.

Dr. Blaylock states in this article that stress is both physical and mental. Physicians and neuroscientists accept that “psychological stress” produces effects on the brain identical to those caused by physical stress.

Dr. Blaylock suggests, to reduce stress:

  1. Reduce your intake of fats, especially saturated fats and omega-6 fats.
  2. Take magnesium.
  3. Drink White tea.

American Theorists Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S., ABD has published information on under paranormal psychology that states “para-terrorist” use psychological stress to terrorize individuals. For example, the 911 Bombing in New York caused the United States of America to experience “psychological stress” on a National Level.

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Vegetables & Fruits Also Fight Cancer

Vegetable Bounty According to January16-February 15, 2005 vegetables such as broccoli, Brussels sprouts, kale, and cauliflower are loaded with high levels of cancer-preventing substances.

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Neurodegenerative Diseases: Appearing Earlier, More Often, and to a Much More severe Degree

Alzheimer’s disease, Perinson’s disease, and Lou Gehrig’s disease are called neurodegenerative diseases that are associated with chronic nutrient deficiencies and exposure to environmental toxins that severely impair the biological repair system. This also affects diabetes, autoimmune disorders, many cancers,arthritis, heart disease, and strokes.

Vitamin C, B1, B6, folate, and vitamin B12 help regulate a special series of metabolic steps for neurotransmitter chemicals of the brain and repairing DNA.

Vitamin E, C, the carotenoids, and special antioxidants from plants help protect the brain. So as Russell L. Blaylock, M.D. said in his June 2004 Wellness Report Quick  Facts, “Eat Your Veggies.”

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