At your holiday table use aromas to enhance everyone’s state of mind—fresh cut evergreen eases stress ….peppermint increases energy….cinnamon sharpens focus.. and vanilla inspires happiness
Keep the inside of your home at a minimum of 69.8 F particularly if you have hypertension or a family history of heart disease.
Taking probiotics while on antibiotics reduces risk of C difficile infections,which sicken 500.000 Americans and will kill 29,000 annually.
Tom Rossi RPH (Consulting Pharmacist)
If you are take a PPI :
Dexilant (dexlansoprazole) or
It can causes a deficency of Vit B 12. Ask your MD for a blood.test. Take least 500mcg of B 12 daily..
Symptoms of B12 deficiency are:
Fatigue,depression,memory loss,neuropathy,anemia,and cardiovascular disease.
TOM ROSSI (RPH) Consulting Pharmacist.
Read it out loud.
That was the conclusion of researchers who asked 95 people to use 4 different strategies to remember materials; Reading silently ,listening to someone else read it, listening to a recording of their own voice reading it or reading it aloud..Why reading it aloud WORKS The physical act of voicing the words and then hearing them spoken aloud makes the material more distinctive therefore more memorable..
TOM ROSSI RPH (consulting pharmacist)
Obesity quadruples risk of atrial fibrillation in men and doubles risk in women.
Older people who eat lots of produce,nuts,and fish have less brain shrinkage.
Tom Rossi (consulting Pharmacist)RPH
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The scientific evidence of vinegar’s blood sugar benefits is strong and consistent.Consuming vinegar with a meal reduced post meal blood sugar spikes by an average of 40%.Its the acetic acid that blocks absorption of carbohydrates and helps clear blood sugar from the blood stream. The best effect on blood sugar is near the start of a meal. Try Red wine vinegar it delivers acetic acid and cell protecting polyphenols. Two(2) tablespoonfuls is a good dose, No more no less.Add to water or make a salad dressing.
TOM ROSSI (consulting Pharmacist)