By Dr. Ronald Hoffman
Oftentimes, when people hear the phrase “the dangers of prescription drugs,” they think of the problems that arise when patients abuse drugs, either taking drugs they haven’t been prescribed or not taking medications in accordance with the instructions they’ve been…read more
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By Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum
The U.S. government spends about 1/5th of its budget on defense. In the same way, your body “spends” a lot of its resources to protect you from outside invaders — using your military-like immune system. Yes, you can think of…read more
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PhytoGuard taps the benefits of phyto-(plant) nutrients now associated with prevention of degenerative conditions, cancer and heart disease.
PhytoGuard is richly endowed with a high potency extract of green tea, whose polyphenols are now extensively researched for their cancer-blocking potential. Indoles from broccoli extract have specific chemopreventive activity. Curcumin has a broad range of applications in cancer prevention and modulation of inflammatory disorders. Quercetin supplies biflavonoid activity. Tomato-derived lycopene completes PhytoGuard's rich roster of protective nutrients.
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