Monthly Archives: October 2013

MEASLES

Epidemics of MEASLES usually recur every two to three years and are most common in winter or spring. The Australian government is concerned about an epidemic here this year and is encouraging vaccination to “prevent” MEASLES. The virus that causes … Continue reading

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LECITHIN

Most LECITHIN is derived from soya beans which contain .3 to .6% lecithin. Composed of a mixture of phospho-lipids, phosphoric acid, the two B group vitamins Choline and Inositol and the amino acid Methionine, LECITHIN is a body fat found … Continue reading

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HYPOGLYCEMIA – LOW BLOOD SUGAR LEVELS

It is possible that many hard-to-diagnose illnesses might simply be HYPOGLYCEMIA which can cause such diverse symptoms as nervousness, exhaustion, headaches, insomnia, digestive disturbances, palpitations of the heart, muscle pain, blurred vision, “crawling” of the skin, breathlessness, to mention just … Continue reading

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