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Restore Desire and Satisfaction with Red Ginseng

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Did you realize it’s possible for women to recharge sexual desire and enhance satisfaction, reduce daily stress that interferes with intimacy, fight fatigue, boost daily energy, and restore resilience and balance hormones for better libido? There is a combination of red ginseng, other important herbs, and zinc to restore desire and satisfaction. Let’s tackle this important subject.
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Ashwagandha—Indian Ginseng

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Want to feel energized but not jittery? Want to boost your mental resilience, reduce cortisol levels, balance stress hormones, sharpen your focus and concentration, and calm down and relax? Your answer is ashwagandha. Let’s talk about what it is, how it works, and how to choose a powerful ashwagandha.
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Men and Women: Reduce Urinary Frequency

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Urgent urination, overactive bladder, nighttime trips to the bathroom, incontinence, and bed-wetting greatly reduce quality of life, rest, and even the ability to travel. Can you relate? Listen up! There is a clinically studied botanical extract that will strengthen bladder muscles and increase bladder capacity. Let me tell you all about how helpful it can be in your life.  
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Hydrating Power of Omega-7 from Sea Buckthorn

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When you hear about omega fatty acids, omega-3 probably comes to mind. But do you know how important a rare fatty 7 is? It comes from the berry of the sea buckthorn plant. It’s a true nutrient bomb with hydrating power, and here’s why you should consider adding it to your supplements.  
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Powerful, Effective Menopause Relief

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You don’t have to choose between taking risky hormone replacement therapy (HRT) or simply suffering through life-disrupting menopause symptoms. There’s a much better, natural choice to relieve your symptoms safely and effectively – black cohosh. Black cohosh may seem to be available everywhere, but it is often adulterated with other herbs, and its dosage levels may not be effective for the long term. Here’s the information you need to choose a black cohosh supplement to help you in menopause.
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DIM and Estrogen—Life Changing Results

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If you’ve been noticing extremes in your mood, sudden increases in weight, more intensity in PMS or menopause symptoms, it’s time to consider a combination of nutrients that can make all the difference to stop the suffering of risky hormonal conditions. You can stop estrogen gone array, and get back to a healthy, vibrant, life.
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The Power of Pomegranate

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Whether you’re concerned about reducing the potential of cancer, shoring up your antioxidant defenses, heart function, and immune system, reducing inflammation, or simply supporting the millions of tasks your body must perform each day, a strong pomegranate seed oil, rich in omega-5 fatty acid, combined with fruit extract is a powerful choice—and the right one for your health. Here’s what you need to know to make it a part of your daily regimen.  
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Natural Relief for PMS

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The “Other” Time of the Month Does your life come to a screeching halt once a month? You get mad for no reason, cry easily, and eat way too much junk food in front of the TV every night. Your…
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The Hidden Dangers of Genetically Modified Foods

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We hear a lot about Genetically Modified foods, or Genetically Modified Organisms – GMOs. But what exactly are they, and why should we bother worrying about them? I’ll review what are GMOs, how they are changing our relationship to food, and what we can do to take control of the types of foods we eat.
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The Life Saving Value of Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate (P5P) and Magnesium

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Everyone has heard of vitamin B6 and a few may even be able to tell you that the B vitamins have a lot of research on energy and the nervous system. Vitamin B6 is critical for life itself. Having low…
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Terry’s Top Ten: Vitamin Myths

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There are a lot of misunderstandings about vitamins and supplements, and in my 50-plus years in the industry, I’m pretty sure I’ve heard most of them. However, there are always a few that stand out and seem to be “evergreen”.…
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Episode 12: The Terry & Dr. Lynn Show - Hormones

It’s an exciting topic — hormones. Dr. Lynn and Terry dive in to let people know how to make your body healthier and have a balanced hormone approach. Learn how this complex system is like a symphony and how you…

Iodine, the Forgotten Mineral

Iodine - the forgotten mineral - plays a crucial role in thyroid health, as well as breast and prostate health. Terry discusses how iodine acts as a detoxifying agent, an immune enhancer and thyroid support, as well as the optimal…

The Link Between PMS, Menstrual Migraines, and Cancer

Presented by Cheryl Myers
We are constantly bombarded by chemicals called endocrine disruptors and xenoestrogens (false estrogens) that wreak havoc on our natural hormonal balance. Hormonal imbalances can create conditions like PMS, menopause, cervical dysplasia, thyroid issues, breast cancer, and prostate cancer. Join natural…

Iodine: For Hypothyroidism, Cancer, ADHD, Infertility, and More

Presented by Terry Lemerond
There was a time when iodine was considered a “cure all” and was recommended for: healing wounds and disease, destroying bacteria and viruses, respiratory conditions, and goiter. Join natural products expert, Terry Lemerond, to learn more about the incredible health…

The Adrenal Thyroid Connection: What's Your Body Trying to Tell You?

Presented by Dr. Aviva Romm
Naturally, women struggling with any chronic illness want the fastest route to wellness. But whether practitioner or patient, we need to take a deep look at what the body is trying to say and answer that call in our healing…

Breast Cancer Answers with Dr. Holly Lucille

Presented by Dr. Holly Lucille
Chances are high that you, or someone close to you, has been affected by breast cancer, the most common cancer in American women (after skin cancer). There are many factors to consider on the road to recovery--diet, lifestyle, stress reduction,…

Dry Eyes? Dry Mouth? Peptic Ulcer? Solving These and Other Problems with Omega-7 from Sea Buckthorn Berry

Presented by Petra Larmo
Sea buckthorn berry and seed oil contains hundreds of beneficial compounds, including the relatively rare omega-7 fatty acid. Join us for a conversation with Dr. Petra Larmo to learn more about how this unique berry can restore moisture to chronically…
Ginseng for Women

Ginseng for Women

Red ginseng is well-known traditional medicine used to strengthen the immune system, increase energy and more!
A Common Problem for Women

A Common Problem for Women

According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation: 1 out of every two women over age 50 will break a bone because of osteoporosis.
Natural Help for Leaky Bladders

Natural Help for Leaky Bladders

Over half of the women over age 65, and 43% of those ages 50-64, reported they suffered from incontinence.
Why is Curcumin Better than NSAIDs for relieving Pain?

Why is Curcumin Better than NSAIDs for relieving Pain?

NSAIDs block inflammation BUT ALSO increase blood clotting, damage the protective lining of the stomach and intestines, and raise blood pressure! Curcumin also blocks inflammation BUT DOES NOT cause any of these adverse effects.
How to Get Through Menopause without Drugs

How to Get Through Menopause without Drugs

50-80% of women experiencing menopause symptoms want relief WITHOUT using HRT.
Vitamin D During Pregnancy is Critical for Infant Brain Development

Vitamin D During Pregnancy is Critical for Infant Brain Development

Vitamin D deficiency is common, especially in northern latitudes where sunlight feels like it's in short supply. Combine that with hours spent indoors for work, and it’s easy for anyone to be low in this critical nutrient. However, in pregnancy,…
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Can DIM Lower Breast Cancer Risk?

Can DIM Lower Breast Cancer Risk?

You’ve probably heard that there are components of cruciferous vegetables that are extremely healthy. One of them, diindolylmethane – better known as DIM – is a naturally occurring compound found in broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and other vegetables in this family.…
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Black Cohosh with a Rhodiola Boost for Menopause Symptoms

Black Cohosh with a Rhodiola Boost for Menopause Symptoms

Black cohosh has long been considered the “go to” herb for reducing menopause symptoms like hot flashes, irritability, night sweats, and insomnia. There’s good reason for that – it generally works quite well. However, an herbal boost from Rhodiola rosea…
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Effects of Green Tea on LDL Cholesterol, Glucose and Insulin Levels in Healthy Postmenopausal Women

Effects of Green Tea on LDL Cholesterol, Glucose and Insulin Levels in Healthy Postmenopausal Women

In this double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled, intervention study involving 103 postmenopausal women, supplementation with green tea catechins (EGCG as polyphenon E) for a period of 2 months was found to significantly reduce LDL cholesterol concentrations and glucose-related markers. Subjects were randomized…
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Better Conception and Pregnancies with the Sunshine Vitamin

Better Conception and Pregnancies with the Sunshine Vitamin

Vitamin D3 is naturally synthesized in our bodies when we’re outside enjoying the sunlight, so it has, understandably been called “the sunshine vitamin.” The nutrient’s role in strengthening bones and joints, preserving cognitive function, and keeping arteries healthy is well…
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Fight Breast Cancer with Food

Fight Breast Cancer with Food

The University of California San Francisco has an excellent resource available for anyone who is concerned about breast cancer. This handy guide, “Nutrition and Breast Cancer” provides an easy-to-follow list of foods that can reduce the risk of breast cancer…
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Stopping postpartum blues with amino acids

Stopping postpartum blues with amino acids

According to the Centers for Disease Control, one in nine women will experience postpartum depression. However, before overall moods settle that low, there is an initial period commonly known as “baby blues” or postpartum blues. While these feelings can resolve…
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What Is Rhodiola Rosea?

What Is Rhodiola Rosea?

Rhodiola rosea is an herb that's almost too good to be true. In this video, "Medicine Hunter" and author Chris Kilham lists the many ways that his favorite herb can impact your life. Watch video

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