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Scott Tips, president and legal counsel for the National Health Federation (NHF), will tell us how harmonized global standards are enabling overall reduced vitamin and mineral levels in pill and food form. In February, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proposed changes to both the current Nutrition Facts panel on food labels and Supplement Facts panel on dietary supplement labels that prompt concern.
“While the food industry, media and general public focus on the proposed format changes, new wording and label design, there’s a danger to our health in the FDA harmonizing our Reference Daily Intake (RDI) of vitamin and mineral levels down to the extremely low levels of the Codex Alimentarius, which our organization has fought against for more than a decade,” advises Tips.
If the proposed rulemaking is adopted, the NHF anticipates that the FDA will work to conform other recommended nutrient values to those of Codex. Support for this projection is based on an October 11, 1995, FDA pronouncement in the Federal Register to harmonize its food laws with those of the rest of the world.
Voice your concerns NOW before it's too late. Write to the FDA at the Division of Dockets Management (HFA-305), Food and Drug Administration, 5360 Fishers Lane, Rm. 1061, Rockville, MD 20852. Mention Docket No. FDA-2012-N-1210, to insist that the FDA cease pushing its harmonization agenda. For more information, visit Tinyurl.com/NHFCaseForNutrients.
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Today we are going to look at studies done by the Dietary Supplement Education Alliance and the findings that they found that by supplementing ones diet with just a few different vitamins, minerals and essential oils could save $24 Billion in Health Care Costs.
“By the year 2030, there will be over 70 million people aged 65+, with half over the age of 75. This study states that, “Health care for Americans over age 65 could increase to nearly $16 trillion per year.”
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Constipated? Chronic Diarrhea? Nutritionist Dr. Darla O'Dwyer and Dr. Page will explore chronic constipation (and diarrhea) and the bacterial link, discussing new dietary approaches to the syndrome.
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Is there a purpose for fats? Does the body need some fats, or do we discard all the fat from our food intake? What are the myths surrounding fat? Do you know how to interpret the fat on labels? Is fat free really fat free? What about low fat?
Let’s talk about fats. Join Vera Stevens, guest nutritionist and health educator, along with hosts Frank and Blondie Clayton, for a lively and informative discussion on fats. This will be Part 1 of 3.
So many are afraid to eat fat. There is so much controversy and confusion over the role fat plays in one’s health, and especially heart health. As a result, many avoid fats all together. Together with our guest, Sylvia Klinger, RDN (Hispanic Nutrition) and food consultant, co-host Stacey Antine, RDN (HealthBarn USA) author of Appetite for Life, we will walk through the good fats and explain why and how we all need to eat it to develop and maintain a strong, functional cardiovascular system. Get excited about enjoying foods, such as avocados and almonds as we share irresistible heart healthy recipes your whole family will love!
Join me on November 13 as we talk about dietary fats. Is a low-fat diet really as healthy as we are led to believe? Are all fats bad? What types of fats should we avoid? We'll also be taking your questions live!
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Hosted by Dr. J. Renae Norton; clinical psychologist and director of The Norton Center for Eating Disorders and Obesity in Hyde Park, a suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio.
We are what we eat and what we eat DOES have an effect on our overall body performance and wellness. What are you eating today and how is it contributing nutrients to fuel body functions? Are you eating things that are attacking your inner body systems?
My guest is Triathelete and former model Angela Durazo who had several health challenges in her early 20's. She had to find a way to improve her health as all the physicians could not bring her back to optimum health, she had to find her path. A gluten free and sugar free diet is the core of her plan and it is serving her well.
Do you hear all the media buzz on gluten/sugar free diets and just can't wrap your head around the benefits? Angela is here to proclaim the benefits and share her story of survival against the odds.
For more information about Angela, visit her website: www.angeladurazo.com
I begin to believe that there will always be an ongoing argument between good fats and bad fats. How much is too much? And, which ones fit into your "healthy" diet?
About Your Host:
Jessie Blair-Myrie, CHHC, AADP
Judy Marie Trimbur is the president and co-founder of Judy Marie’s Miracles of Health, Inc., a dietary supplement company based in Loveland, Colorado. It started with a vision to fulfill a need for quality health products that work naturally and synergistically on a cellular level. The company is now spreading miracles globally.
As a wholistic health practitioner she has studied under several teachers, acquiring certifications in numerous disciplines, including Iridology and Herbology from Dr. Bernard Jensen as well as Aromatherapy and Massage from the Chopra Center for Wellbeing. Her additional training has expanded into the realms of reflexology, kinesiology, Shamanism and Native American teachings. Judy’s mission is “full-heartedly” embracing the path of wholistic wellness, unifying mind, body and spirit. Click to learn more
Listen to Billboard's Top Singles of the 1950's, great information about artists, music and the era along with fantastic commentary as only Ron Ash can bring his listeners. It'll be really nice to spend two hours with you and the greatest artisits of the 1950's on todays episode of Live 325.
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