Transform Your Health Newsletter
May 2007

Formerly "The Cleanse Connection Newsletter"
Editor Christine Dreher, CCN, CCH, Author

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Transform Your Health Newsletter, formerly “The Cleanse Connection” newsletter is published by Christine’s Cleanse Corner, Inc. The editor is Christine Dreher, CCN, CCH. Nutritionist, Herbalist, Author and Founder of Christine’s Cleanse Corner, Inc. It is a complementary publication available to all health & cleanse enthusiasts. “This newsletter is my gift to you, to encourage you, inspire you and support you in taking your next steps towards vibrant health, transformation and well-being on all levels. To your health and well-being!” Christine Dreher, CCN, CCH

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Dr Katz's Guide to Prostate Health

Prostate cancer is nearly 100% survivable if detected early, writes Aaron E. Katz, M.D. in his new book, DR. KATZ’S GUIDE TO PROSTATE HEALTH: From Conventional to Holistic Therapies. Unfortunately 31,000 of the more than 220,000 men who will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year will die of the disease. But most of those deaths could be prevented, observes Dr. Katz. The director of Columbia’s Center for Holistic Urology and an associate professor of clinical urology at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, Dr. Katz’s book combines the best in traditional and alternative medicine to prevent and treat prostate cancer as well as other prostate disease including, enlarged prostate or benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) and prostatitis, a commonly occurring painful inflammation of this male gland. Click Here for Rest of Article.

Perfect Meal – A Satisfying Dietary Supplement to Support Healthy Weight Loss Programs
by Garden of Life, Inc.

Perfect Meal™ is a delicious and satisfying high protein and high fiber drink designed to be used as a meal supplement, available in two great tasting natural flavors: creamy vanilla and milk chocolate. As part of a healthy diet and exercise program, Perfect Meal™ will help you successfully manage your weight by naturally curbing your appetite. How does it work? Click here for rest of article.

Cardiovascular Health & Hypertension

31% of the U.S. population has pre-hypertension. 39% of U.S. citizens have been diagnosed with high blood pressure. Hypertension is a condition in which the force of blood against the arteries is simply too strong. The pressure can then lead to damage of the arteries, heart, and kidneys. The following New Chapter article provides nutritional information and research for cardio and circulatory health.

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Green Leafy Vegetables –
Nine Uncommon Green Leafy Vegetables Worth Trying

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Give These Uncommon Greens a Try

If your diet is lacking in healthy greens, or if you're looking to experiment with a tasty and healthy side dish tonight, the following greens deserve a spot on your table. They're incredibly good for you, low in calories, easy to prepare and, best of all, they're delicious! Click Here for rest of article.

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by Dr. Aaron E. Katz

Dr. Katz’s Guide to Prostate Health provides a useful and much-needed roadmap for men (and their loved ones) who may find themselves bewildered by the confusing and often conflicting advice offered by medical professionals. See Prostate Health article (above) in this newsletter. Click Here for more book information.

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Trans Fat Free & Healthy?
Article by Garden of Life, Inc.

The war against trans fats has been an ongoing battle that reached a peak in recent years. In 2003 the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decided that trans fats should be listed on food labels. A year later, mounting scientific data led an FDA advisory committee to publicly state that in equal amounts, trans fats are more harmful than saturated fat. In addition to lowering HDL (good cholesterol) and raising LDL (bad cholesterol), trans fats have been tied to a number of other negative effects in our body. Click here for rest of article.

Cinnamon: The Anti-Diabetic Spice
Healthy Living Article by Melissa Lynn Block

Cinnamon contains compounds that aid in the fast, efficient metabolism of sugars, helping to maintain balanced blood sugar and insulin levels. In other words, cinnamon helps us to eat sweet foods without suffering the ill effects of blood sugar pinnacles and carb crave-causing blood sugar crashes. Indeed, if we were to truly make a case for the pairing of cinnamon with a specific kind of food, we would have to go beyond the apple and include any food that is rich in natural sugars—including that nutritional bugaboo, refined white sugar (sucrose). Click Here for Rest of Article.

Enzymes May Be the Key to Restoring Sore Muscles
Healthy Living Article by Lorin Shields-Michel

Ah, summer. The sun shines a little brighter, the air is warm, and a slight breeze ruffles the trees and your hair as you enjoy your 10-mile-a-day run, or your 25-mile bicycle ride, or your kayak across the local body of water. Whatever your passion for exercise may be, the fact is, during the joy of summer, sometimes you forget about the joylessness of overused muscles. Oh, the pain. Oh, the ache. If you’ve overextended your muscles and that nagging soreness is keeping you from what you love, help is on the way and it comes in the form of systemic enzymes. Click Here for rest of article.

Pain is Inevitable, Suffering is Optional
By Gloria Gilbere N.D., D.A.Hom., Ph.D

We all know with aging comes pain—pain from years of wear and tear, injury, trauma, and sometimes pain from conditions caused by genetic weaknesses. With new advances in nondrug therapeutic options, suffering through pain becomes a choice you need not make, rather than a sentence that dictates you must restrict your lifestyle because of sustained discomfort.

One of the major causes of pain is defined as the wear-and-tear disease of osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative joint disease—a disease experienced by an estimated 40 million Americans (15 percent of the population) and expected to grow to over 60 million by the year 2020. Added to the arthritis-type disorders is fibromyalgia, a syndrome that robs its victims of quality of life and, under conventional protocols, usually subjects them to a life of prescription drug therapies for symptom care, most often leading to serious side-effects. The other end of the arthritis spectrum is the degenerating disease known as rheumatoid arthritis, causing not only pain and inflammation but loss of mobility due to deformity and deterioration. In order for pain to be optional, we must first understand the conditions mostly responsible for our pain, and then be informed as to safe non-pharmaceutical options.
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How to Protect Yourself Against Identity Theft
& Credit Card Fraud

A corporate Attorney sent the following out to the employees in his company. Read this and make a copy for your files in case you need to refer to it someday. Maybe we should all take some of his advice!

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