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Dr. Dale is coming to Chicago!
Get your tickets now!  Dr. Dale will be in Chicago June 12-14 at the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel & Convention Center which is located at 1551 Thoreau Drive, Schaumburg, IL 60173.

Dr. Dale will be presenting on Saturday, June 13 at 1 pm on Separating Fact from Bioidentical Hormone Hype! In addition as a special, Dr. Dale will also be speaking on Sunday, June 14 at 12:00 on Longevity/Anti-Aging-Live Long and Prosper which is a panel discussion including Brenda Cobb, Dr. Paul Ling Tai, Dr. Bernd Friedlander and Dr. Patricia Bragg. You may also find her in booth 624 Saturday and Sunday. She will be there to answer questions and sign books!

This dynamic three-day event features the most prominent keynote speakers, 90+ informative lectures, panels and interactive workshops and 200+ exhibitors showcasing the finest in healthcare products and introducing cutting-edge discoveries in natural health.

The Expo is supported by the HealthKeepers Alliance, a not-for-profit lobbying organization that works year round to protect consumers¹ rights, defends practitioners who use natural and nutritional cures, and lobbies against laws which remove the individuals freedom to make informed healthcare choices.

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Members of the Wellness Optimization Club

Your Membership Now offers you added benefits. 

  1. Product discounts for Members Only
  2. Monthly Web Seminars
  3. Email Dr. Dale one question within the Members Site at no charge
  4. 10% discount on phone consultations with Dr. Dale
  5. Are you interested in a career change or perhaps adding to your existing health practice?  For the month of July and August, you will receive a discount on all tuition at the California College of Naturopathy

Just What Are you Feeding Your Baby?
The results of a survey of more than 100 foods for babies and toddlers found that one brand of dry biscuits contained a staggering 29 percent sugar!

Other weaning biscuits were found to contain unlabeled trans fat, which is known to increase LDL, also known as "bad" cholesterol, while lowering levels of HDL, or "good" cholesterol. It can also cause clogging of arteries, type 2 diabetes and other serious health problems, and can increase the risk of heart disease.
Many food companies use trans fat instead of oil because it reduces cost, extends storage life of products and can improve flavor and texture.

None of these reasons have anything to do with benefitting the health of your child.  Yet despite all the science available on the dangers of trans fats, when a researcher from the Children's Food Campaign (CFC) spoke to one of the baby food manufacturers, asking about the trans fats in their products, he was told that they were "pretty sure" that there were no trans fats in their baby biscuits, but that they would check with a nutritionist.

They called back two days later and admitted that their biscuits do contain trans fats, but assured the CFC researcher that "trans fats aren't any worse than saturated fats and that it is the whole diet that matters."

The CFC researcher was also told that tiny amounts of trans fats "do not pose a health risk, and that if there was any concrete evidence that trans fats were dangerous, they wouldn't be allowed."  That's the kind of ignorant nonsense you have to contend with from many sources within the food industry, but rest assured, they are completely wrong.

As far back as 2002, the Institute of Medicine concluded there is no safe level of trans fat.

Said Christine Haigh, joint-coordinator of the Children's Food Campaign, "The results of this survey are staggering. Many foods marketed for babies and young children are often advertised as "healthy".

In reality, in terms of sugar and saturated fat content, some are worse than junk food. In particular, failing to correctly label products that contain dangerous trans fats is outrageous."

Click here to see the entire article.

California Proposition 65

The Red Wine Vinegars and Balsamic Vinegars contain lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm."

Despite the fact that proposition 65 has been around for more than twenty years, this is the first time I have encountered this warning on vinegar. I was rather dismayed, having always been such a big fan of balsamic vinegar for cooking.

Why is there lead in the vinegar?
I have encountered two explanations of this, the first being that lead gets into vinegar during the process of manufacturing, and the other being that wine grapes suck lead up out of the ground. There seems to be some bias behind both of these explanations, leaving us, the consumer, with only the fact that there is enough lead in red wine vinegar and balsamic vinegar to merit the proposition 65 warning.

In 2004, a lawsuit was filed under the Environmental Law Foundation of Oakland, demanding that the public be alerted by these signs in the grocery store, and it looks as though they have won. The Environmental Law Foundation spent $50,000 testing vinegars, and discovered that the vinegars exceeded the allowed 0.5 micrograms of lead per day, under proposition 65.

Air America, Part 1 and 2
Dr. Dale was recently a guest on Hollywood Clout with Richard Greene. You can listen to the show about Swine Flu below. It is in two parts below.

Part One
Part Two

Recipie of the Week

On a hot summer night, most people want a refreshing drink to cool off! Smoothies are great but most commercial restaurants/stores put a tremendous amount of sugar in their drinks. Here are some helpful hints to make your own at home!

  • Use frozen organic fruit as the base.
  • Instead of adding milk, try organic pineapple, orange or apple juice but make sure it is low in sugar and REAL JUICE!
  • Whey protein, flax seed oil or other nutritional additives are great and you can't taste it.
  • If it is not sweet enough, honey is a much better choice vs. sugar!
  • Ice can be added as well to make it thicker.

Now you KNOW what is in your smoothie and it was cheaper to make! A few simple ingredients transform yogurt into a frozen treat.

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June 3, 2009

Dr. Theresa Dale, PhD, CCN

Coming to Chicago
What Are you Feeding Your Baby?
Prop 65 Warning
Recipie of the Week
Meet Dr. Dale
Wellness Optimization Club


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During the month of June, if you order over $200.00 worth of product, you will receive free shipping!