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Archive for January, 2019

January 19th, 2019

Getting and Staying . . . Ahead of the Curve

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Dr. David Kolbaba welcomes colleague and friend, Dr. Jim LaValle, a nationally recognized clinical pharmacist, author and board certified clinical nutritionist to discuss ways to stay “young at heart.” Topics include the chronic stress response, gut microbiome and the heart/brain connection. Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract formulas are highlighted.

Read about an exciting new study….from Wakunaga of America that shows Kyolic® Aged Garlic Extract™ not only reduces blood pressure, it also improves the “bacteria of the gut”. Press Release, Study Highlights and Complete Study.

“You’re Young at Heart…Let’s Keep it That Way!”… Blood Pressure, Cholesterol and Circulation supplements to keep you “heart healthy.” Go to Kyolic.com for their complete line of supplements. Visit your local Natural Health Retailers to purchase or call 800-421-2998.

To learn more about Dr. Jim LaValle, health and wellness expert and founder of LaValle Metabolic Institute, visit jimlavalle.com.

January 19th, 2019

News: Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract Research Study

An exciting new study from Wakunaga of America shows Kyolic® Aged Garlic Extract™ not only reduces blood pressure, it also improves the “bacteria of the gut”!

Press Release, Study Highlights and Complete Study.

“You’re Young at Heart…Let’s Keep it That Way”! Blood Pressure, Cholesterol and Circulation supplements to help keep you “heart healthy.” Visit Kyolic.com for the complete line of supplements. Visit your local Natural Health Retailers to purchase or call 800-421-2998.

January 12th, 2019

The Dark Side of Healthcare…Self-Care Today Part 2

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Think you’re making healthy food and lifestyle choices? Dr. David Kolbaba focuses on examples of self-care habits that aren’t really healthy. Skipping breakfast, juicing, water vs. other beverages, walking vs. treadmills are some of the topics for discussion.

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