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Radiation is a killer; heat sensing is the way to go

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If you like the idea of having what may be the equivalent of 1,000 chest x-rays in one sitting and actually boosting the mutations that increase your risk of breast cancer, then get a mammogram. Otherwise, rely on this secret weapon - it's cancer's greatest enemy Thermography.

Enzymes help dissolve the sewerage in the body as well as to help balance hormones. Early research in nutrition focused on determining the minimum amount of a nutrient necessary in the diet to prevent the manifestation of an outwardly visible malfunction or obvious disease.

Today, with advanced technology and the ability to see within the body -- and even within cells themselves -- we are able to follow how nutrients really function. More importantly, this new insight helps us to understand why having too little of these important dietary components can lead to low energy levels, early aging, and even disease. We can also see why the foods we decide to eat today affect our health not just today, but many years later in our lives. Tune into the Aging Younger show on blogtalkradio.com/agingyounger and listen to our review at 7:PM March 7, 2012.

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