A Medical Researcher, Connie Hargrave, MA, EleCT, holds a
Masters degree in Survey Research and Sociology from York University in Toronto. Connie has many years of experience in health research and community development. She has received special recognition for innovation for programs for the disabled, as well as being certified in several alternative healing modalities. She and her family live in and enjoy the nature of the Pacific North West.
As researcher, I am happy to feature the best foods and supplements proven by science. Not only for prevention, but also relieving and reversing diseases.
I’m excited about new insights of nature’s “secrets” now being shown by science to be powerful remedies. The evidence has been piling up for decades -- reviewed and approved -- backed by clinical studies. Now is the time to use them!
I show you the science for both foods and supplements, explaining how and why they work.
I’ve found that even the best of doctors don’t read research – and most are not up on how to use nutritional science against diseases.
Doctors certainly don’t have time to educate themselves
or you about the “down” side or long term side effects of your medication or
surgery. Not only that, but they tend to tell people who do want to inform themselves, "they read too much!"
So… It’s up to you to “connect the dots” and to choose what’s best for you.
I’ve posted the best of medical health discoveries – now it’s up to you to make the best choices for YOU!
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Apr 15, 19 12:00 AM
Researchers at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago found that eating just one serving of leafy green vegetables a day takes a decade off an aging brain. And that two servings is even better! Gre…
Apr 12, 19 12:00 AM
Are you considering statin alternatives, such as an alternative for Lipitor? Wondering which might be the best healthy diet for high cholesterol for you? You may be happy to know that eating an avocad…
Apr 09, 19 07:01 PM
For a Parkinsons prognosis, it is wise to determine Parkinson causes. Parkinson’s disease can be seen not as one disease, but rather, as a syndrome for which there are many distinct causes. So, for Pa…