A Word From Terry
Terry Talks Nutrition are articles I've written on different health related topics and products.
Every week I will continue to bring you more news you can use to improve your health and reduce the drugs you are taking. For example, I don't believe anyone should ever take a statin drug. There is absolutely no scientific documentation that proves they are effective and provide more benefits than the negative side effects. In fact, 63% of the people who die from heart disease have so-called "normal cholesterol". These are the types of discussions and information you will find at Terry Talks Nutrition. I hope I find you here each and every week. Together we can change the health of America.
BCM-95 Curcumin (High-Absorption Curcumin and its Role in Cancer Prevention, Depression, Pain and More)
-Curcumin is used in many great Terry Naturally brand products like the award-winning, Curamin.
Join the experts: Dr. Ajay Goel as he reviews epigenetic research, Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D. as he discusses patient experiences, and Cheryl Myers, integrative health practitioner, as she further explains the latest research in this presentation.
Whether your growing space is a large, sunny field or a few pots on a deck or window sill, you can still grow many of your own medicines. Medicinal plants and herbs that you harvest yourself can be used effectively for everything from soothing a sunburn to easing a cough. There are almost no limits to how you can incorporate the benefits of healing plants – infusions, sleeping pillows, teas, syrups, and candles are just a few ideas. It doesn’t matter if you are a complete beginner or accomplished herbalist, you will still come away with new ideas and a fresh appreciation for the amazing medicinal properties of plants that may otherwise seem ordinary. Join us for a discussion with Master Herbalist Lynn Green, and learn more about how to turn the plants in your garden into the medicine on your shelf.
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