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The real cause of cancer, heart disease, alzheimer's and depression

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“The authors clearly document the current epidemic of obesity and the alarming increases in a number of diseases ranging from diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s and endocrine and immune pathologies, all due to the excess of sugar in western diets.”
--Dr. Allan Goldstein Ph.D., Chairman of Chemistry and Molecular Biology at George Washington University

From diet and exercise to handling stress, Freedom From Disease draws from the latest scientific research to provide simple steps for living your healthiest life.

Insulin: It's a scary word for anyone. Levels too high or too low can have grave medical consequences, and the rigorous testing and change in diet it takes to manage it can be daunting. Inflammation: Is this the cause of damage within the body?

Worse still, insulin and inflammation have increasingly been found to affect much more than diabetes. Heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer's disease, and strokes have all been found to possibly link back to insulin resistance.

The good news? You’ve got armor. While managing your insulin and inflammation levels can seem like impossible work, Dr. Peter Kash, Dr. Linda Friedland, and Dr. Jay Lombard have created an easy to follow guide that not only breaks down how insulin and inflammation affect your health, but also provides the information you need to keep it in check.

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“The authors clearly document the current epidemic of obesity and the alarming increases in a number of diseases ranging from diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s and endocrine and immune pathologies, all due to the excess of sugar in western diets.”

--Dr. Allan Goldstein Ph.D., Chairman of Chemistry and Molecular Biology at George Washington University

From diet and exercise to handling stress, Freedom From Disease draws from the latest scientific research to provide simple steps for living your healthiest life.

Insulin: It's a scary word for anyone. Levels too high or too low can have grave medical consequences, and the rigorous testing and change in diet it takes to manage it can be daunting. Inflammation: Is this the cause of damage within the body?

Worse still, insulin and inflammation have increasingly been found to affect much more than diabetes. Heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer's disease, and strokes have all been found to possibly link back to insulin resistance.

The good news? You’ve got armor. While managing your insulin and inflammation levels can seem like impossible work, Dr. Peter Kash, Dr. Linda Friedland, and Dr. Jay Lombard have created an easy to follow guide that not only breaks down how insulin and inflammation affect your health, but also provides the information you need to keep it in check.

PO Box 1223, Conifer, CO 80433

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The real cause of cancer, heart disease, alzheimer's and depression
"The authors clearly document the current epidemic of obesity and the alarming increases in a number of diseases ranging from diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer's and endocrine and immune pathologies, all due to the excess of sugar in western diets."
--Dr. Allan Goldstein Ph.D., Chairman of Chemistry and Molecular Biology at George Washington University
From diet and exercise to handling stress, Freedom From Disease draws from the latest scientific research to provide simple steps for living your healthiest life.

Insulin: It's a scary word for anyone. Levels too high or too low can have grave medical consequences, and the rigorous testing and change in diet it takes to manage it can be daunting. Inflammation: Is this the cause of damage within the body?

Worse still, insulin and inflammation have increasingly been found to affect much more than diabetes. Heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer's disease, and strokes have all been found to possibly link back to insulin resistance.

The good news? You've got armor. While managing your insulin and inflammation levels can seem like impossible work, Dr. Peter Kash, Dr. Linda Friedland, and Dr. Jay Lombard have created an easy to follow guide that not only breaks down how insulin and inflammation affect your health, but also provides the information you need to keep it in check.

PO Box 1223, Conifer, CO 80433

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