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Dear Readers,

Welcome to the August 2019 issue of TotalHealth Online Magazine.

Charles Bens, PhD, reports on Natural Protection Strategy Against Viruses. Defines virus, explaining the types of viruses i.e. human, and animal spread viruses. Includes medications, vitamins, and herbs that have been proven to be effective prevention. Included are natural substances that treat viruses and limit their ability to reproduce. It's the information beyond washing your hands although that’s still the basic first defense. Thank you Dr. Bens.

Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD, CNS in3-Day Smart Start Tune-UP explains her system to help achieve a flat tummy and possibly lose up to seven pounds. A detailed three-day menu plan is included and has some yummy “Smart Smoothies.”

Gloria Gilbère, CDP, DAHOM, PhD, presents Coconut Flour Bread & French Toast includes several notes as cutting the bread an optional way and more. In addition to this delicious looking favorite, Gilbère offers a recipe for Maple syrup that’s been handed down in her family. It does not contain sugar and is simple to make.

Gene Bruno, MS, MHS, Rh(Ahg), presents Resveratrol: A Phytocannabinoid Cousin To CBD. Resveratrol originally made its introduction splash into the dietary supplement marketplace based upon the consideration that intake of it and other polyphenol compounds from red wine may contribute to the “French paradox”—the unexpectedly low rate of death from cardiovascular disease in the Mediterranean population despite the relatively higher intake of saturated fats. Then, the excitement increased with the understanding that resveratrol helped activate the SIRT 1 gene, associated with longevity. Since that time, interest in resveratrol has continued to expand due to human research demonstrating its effectiveness for reducing inflammation and other health benefits.

Shawn Messonnier’s, DVM, advises on the benefits of St. John’s Wort For Pets. It is used for a myriad of issues but most effective for anxiety and separation. As always should not be given to your pet without the recommendation of your veterinarian.

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Enjoy the remainder of summer, go for a walk or a swim.

Best in health,

TWIP—The Wellness Imperative People

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