Health Freedom Expo
We loved helping you at the Health Freedom Expo. The attendees who attended Dr. Dale's lectures received a free 10 minute appointment with Dr. Dale. If you missed the Health Freedom Expo, Long Beach, we will be at Chicago's Health Freedom Expo June 4-6, 2010. Make your appointments with Rhonda at 800.219.1261.


New Living Expo
You can get an appointment with Dr. Dale at no charge at the 9th Annual New Living Expo in San Francisco, CA on April 30-May 2, 2010. It will be located at the Concourse Exhibition Center, 8th Street at Brannan Street, San Francisco. Dr. Dale will be speaking on the Anti-Aging Panel on Saturday, May 1st at 1pm PST in Room 3. She will also be giving a 45 minute lecture on Sunday, May 2 at 4pm PST. Dr. Dale's booth number at the expo is #826. Call Rhonda Grossman (800.219.1261) to set up your free 10 minute appointment to be tested with NeuroPhysical Testing. 

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Nano Ionic Magnesium Formula
Nano Ionic Magnesium is cell-ready and immediately helps the body fulfill its magnesium requirement for optimal health. Magnesium is a fascinating element, which plays a role in many different body functions. Magnesium is found throughout the body. It is believed to be essential for calcium deposition into bone. It is required for energy production and muscle relaxation. It has been shown to be very effective in stopping nervous twitches, muscle cramping while at rest, and nervous leg syndrome. More important, it is absolutely essential for proper heart function. Without magnesium, the heart cannot relax. Sudden heart attacks are many times the result of a lack of Magnesium. Alcohol consumption impedes the availability of Magnesium to the cells.

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The Sound of Healing
Feeling Depressed? Hostile? Sick? Creatively blocked?

Don't reach for the pill bottle - take two CD's instead!

Theresa Dale, Ph.D., is a nationally renowned healer, teacher and mentor. Combining the latest in international vibration theory with classical acupuncture teachings, Dr. Dale and her accompanist, Greg Wells, have actually created instrumental songs designed to release emotional states of disease. For frustrating creation blocks, put on Dr. Dale's Synchrony CD - it contains specific frequencies designed to open locked doors to creative expression. How? Just breathe, feel and listen. The music does the rest. The totally acoustic sound from these beautiful instrumentals will be absorbed through your skin and bones, harmonizing your electrical vibrations along the classical acupuncture meridians.

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Agave ~ Diabetics Beware!
There is a lot of buzz on the internet about agave being a marketing scam and that it contains mostly fructose. I have been researching this for a couple of months and have found that most agave is not raw and even the highest quality of supposedly raw agave may in fact contain 70% or more fructose.

As I have mentioned many times in my newsletters, the marketing of products, HRT, BHRT and other supposedly healthy or natural substances may mislead the public and actually be harmful.

My research over the past couple of months and my individual testing of agave syrup has shown that all agave must be heated and is heated in order to get it into a liquified form.

In order to be certain of the precise fructose content, I would have to see an independent chemical analysis of each brand of agave.

Agave contains saponins and fructans. Inulin is a type of fructan that has many health benefits. Saponins are found in many plant roots, the most famous being ginseng.

The process in which the agave starch is converted into refined fructose and then sold as the sweetener agave nectar is through an enzymatic and chemical conversion that refines, clarifies, heats, chemically alters, centrifuges, and filters the non- sweet starch into a highly refined sweetener, fructose.

In my testing of various brands of agave, I have found that NONE of them are suitable for a healthy diet and would recommend that everyone switch to stevia for now. With agave having so much fructose, it is impossible that agave could be low glycemic and I cannot find independent studies to rate the glycemic index of agave.


Flaxseed Lowers High Cholesterol in Men, Study Suggests
ScienceDaily (Mar. 30, 2010) - A new study from Iowa State University's Nutrition and Wellness Research Center (NWRC) may give men a way to combat high cholesterol without drugs -- if they don't mind sprinkling some flaxseed into their daily diet.

Suzanne Hendrich, an ISU professor in food science and human nutrition, led a study that examined the effects of flaxseed lignan in 90 people diagnosed with high cholesterol. The results showed that consuming at least 150 milligrams of flaxseed lignans per day (about three tablespoons) decreased cholesterol in men, but not women, by just under 10 percent over the three months that they were given the flaxseed.

While Hendrich admits that's considerably less than the expected outcome from cholesterol-lowering drugs -- approximately 10 to20 percent for three months, depending on the individual -- it's still enough to make flaxseed a more natural option for some men.

"Because there are people who can't take something like Lipitor, this could at least give you some of that cholesterol-lowering benefit," Hendrich said. "The other thing is, there are certainly some people who would prefer to not use a drug, but rather use foods to try to maintain their health. So this potentially would be something to consider."

Americans suffer from high blood cholesterol
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 17 percent of Americans suffer from high blood cholesterol -- a fat-like substance found in the body that can clog arteries and contribute to heart disease.

Hendrich developed the study with ISU master's student Kai Ling Kong and doctoral graduates Zhong Ye, Xianai Wu, and Sun-Ok Lee to determine whether the main lignan in flaxseed, secoisolariciresinol diglucoside, could lower cholesterol. They'll be presenting results of the research at the American Society for Nutrition's annual meeting at Experimental Biology 2010, April 24-28, in Anaheim, Calif.

The study's 90 subjects -- which included twice as many men as women -- all had high cholesterol, but no other underlying health conditions. The participants were divided into three groups and were randomly assigned to daily consume tablets that contained zero, 150, or 300 milligrams of flaxseed lignans for 12 weeks.

It's the flaxseed lignans -- a group of chemical compounds found in plants that are known for their protective health effects -- that may help lower cholesterol, according to Hendrich. These compounds are converted to their bioactive forms by gut microbes. Hendrich reports that they made a healthy conversion in the subjects in this study, with no adverse health consequences.

No cholesterol-lowering effect in women
While the study found that the flaxseed lignans lowered cholesterol in men, it did not produce a significant change in women.

"We're really puzzled about that because we were looking at post menopausal women and these lignans are known as plant estrogens, so they have a very weak but measurable estrogen effect," Hendrich said. "So potentially, they would have a mild effect for substituting some estrogens in women. It's really hard to know why [there was no effect in women] and whether these substances are counteracting, possibly, some testosterone in men, which of course women don't have. It's definitely something we'd like to investigate further."

Hendrich reports the flaxseed lignan tablets used in this study are not currently available in the U.S. to her knowledge. In the absence of tablets, she says flaxseed can also be sprinkled on cereal, or added in a muffin mix or bread, although whole seeds are not very digestible. Ground flaxseed meal can also provide the desired cholesterol-lowering lignans, according to Hendrich, but it will oxidize over time and could potentially affect the flavor of the foods that it's in. She points out that the oxidation of the product also would diminish the flaxseed's omega-3 fatty acids, which can prevent heart attacks, so freshness is important in the product's impact.

The ISU researcher hopes to publish the study in a professional journal. She also plans further investigation on whether flaxseed can be taken in combination with other known cholesterol-lowering substances, and whether it could prevent high cholesterol in the first place.

The $190,000 research study was jointly funded by the Archer Daniels Midland Company and Grow Iowa Values Fund.


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April 1, 2010

 
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