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Fact Sheet on Fats

This paper reviews the evidence linking saturated fats and sugars to CHD, and concludes that the latter is more of a problem than the former. Dietary guidelines should shift focus away from reducing saturated fat, and from replacing saturated fat with carbohydrates, specifically when these carbohydrates are refined. To reduce the burden of CHD, guidelines should focus particularly on reducing intake of concentrated sugars, specifically the fructose-containing sugars like sucrose and high-fructose corn syrup in the form of ultra-processed foods and beverages.

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Feeding and Healing Arteries

Vitamin C acts like glue to hold tissues together. It keeps the arteries strong, yet pliable. A deficiency of Vitamin C can be seen first as micro-tears in the arteries. These tears become larger and larger and bleeding becomes more prevalent and profuse.

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What Causes Autism?

There is a spectrum of disorders that are related to each other. On the severe end there is Autism and getting less severe there is Aspergers, ADHD and ADD. It is commonly known that children suffer from these conditions. The rate of prevalence is increasing exponentially. Toxins are the cause of these conditions. The most common toxin is mercury which is in our teeth as fillings. A collection of autopsy studies found the amount of mercury in your brain is directly proportional to the amount of mercury in your teeth. The amount of mercury in a baby’s brain is directly …

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The Nutritional Healing Center of Ann Arbor Doubles Space with New Expansion

    Dr. Darren Schmidt  (source: Ryan J. Stanton | AnnArbor.com) Read the Article at AnnArbor.com

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Nutritional Healing Center Doubles Footprint, Adds 5 New Staff

Growth has been a part of The Nutritional Healing Center of Ann Arbor since it opened in 2000. Now on its fourth expansion, the alternative health business was able to retain its N. Liberty location by growing into the suite next door. “We basically busted down the wall in two places and made it a giant circle,” says the office manager for The Nutritional Healing Center. The expansion doubled the business’ space to 5,000 square feet, allowing for new treatment rooms and the addition of massage therapy to the office’s services. The company signed the lease for the new space …

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