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School is out and summer is here and always full of activities, vacations and extra requirements of parents, especially mothers. So it is very important for parents to super nourish ourselves to be able to cope with the extra duties and to support the special needs of our families. If parents overlook their own health, they won’t be up to the extra physical and mental tasks at hand. One great way to be beef up one's strength, stamina and endurance is to make sure you are getting enough electrolytes to replenish, hydrate and restore healthy energy levels in the cells, heart and muscle tissues your body needs to perform at its best during strenuous summer activities....

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Health specialists have always emphasized the importance of including adequate amounts of vitamins and minerals in our daily diet. Magnesium, calcium, and zinc are three of the most important minerals essential for good health. Magnesium aids in the absorption of calcium by the body, while zinc actively supports the body’s immune system....

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Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body, essential to life itself, with 99 percent found in bones and teeth. The remaining one percent is responsible for strengthening cell membranes and is a cofactor in many enzyme reactions. Calcium supports the nervous system, hormone formations and proper blood clotting PLUS regulates cardiovascular physiology! It has been shown to help prevent a large assortment of diseases and afflictions though it should not be considered a cure-all....

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by Dr. Bo Wagner on 8 February 2013 in , , , with 0 Comments

If one of your New Year’s resolutions was to get fit, be healthier, etc. etc… it’s not too late to start the year off right!...

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‘Tis the season to be jolly not ill, but with all the holiday parties and all of its holiday cheer & spreads, many of us succumb and fall prey to its many temptations and stuff ourselves silly. Then we crash, feel miserable and put on extra unwanted weight. Santa supposed to be the one with the belly not us. So how do we avoid these pitfalls and come out of the holidays healthy, trim and fit....

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by Dr. Bo Wagner on 23 November 2012 in , , , with 0 Comments

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by Dr. Bo Wagner, Ph.D., D.N.M., N.D. on 19 October 2012 in , , with 0 Comments

Vitamin D may be the “oldest” pro-hormone on the planet, synthesized by a micro-organism which is estimated to have lived in the ocean 750 million years ago. Approximately 150 years ago, it was recognized that people, especially children, who worked and lived in urban areas with little light were especially susceptible to rickets, a softening of the bones leading to fractures and deformity. The predominate cause of rickets is a deficiency of vitamin D....

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by Dr. Bo Wagner, Ph. D., D.N.M., N.D. on 12 September 2012 in , , , with 0 Comments

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I have already written a summary of the importance of ionic trace mineral and electrolytes in Step 6 “Essential Supplements.” Here is more detailed information explaining the value of ionic trace minerals and electrolytes in the diet for people of all ages....

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by Dr. Bo Wagner, Ph.D., D.N.M., N.D. on 28 June 2012 in , , with 0 Comments

The term probiotic is derived from the Greek, “For Life”, and is used to describe growth-promoting factors produced by microorganisms. These friendly bacteria begin colonizing in a matter of hours or days after our birth. The average human digestive system may contain more than one kilogram of bacteria and various strains of probiotics. Therefore, ones intestinal micro-flora can be considered as a postnatal acquired organ composed of a large diversity of bacterial cells that can perform different functions for the host. These organisms are influenced and modulated in their composition and function by exposure to environmental factors such as nutrition and lifestyle. Specific components of our intestinal micro-flora, including lactobacilli and bifobacteria, have been associated with beneficial effects, such as......

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by Dr. Bo Wagner, Ph.D., D.N.M., N.D. on 18 May 2012 in , , , with 0 Comments

In my previous articles I gave an overview of the 7 steps I feel are imperative to achieve total body wellness. In this and my following articles I am going to expound upon these 7 steps. Generation Rescue has had the most requests to explain more about nutritional supplements, and have asked me to start with this subject.  ...

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Get a Lifetime Wellness WarrantyIn this article I want to start the discussion of cleansing, detoxifying and rejuvenation. Not only for the colon and bowels but for the entire body. This article will establish all the areas in which we need to cleanse and renew ourselves.  Then in following articles I will give a detailed discussion on how to detoxify, cleanse, purify and rejuvenate each of those separate areas. Each type of cleansing is just as important as the other area and each need to be attended to every year, on a regular basis, not just once but continuously. You don't take just one bath, or dust your house once, or do one oil change for the car, instead you......

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As I have mentioned in my previous articles, Jenny wanted me to stress how important it is for all members of the entire family to be receiving their own essential daily nutrients. In order to handle the demands and stress that life bestows upon all of us and to have the keys necessary to run on with full steam, the daily basic essentials are mandatory.  If everyone would just try the basic daily essentials for a month they would see the difference. It doesn’t take long. Right is Right and Wrong is Wrong and taking your daily essentials is the Right thing to do to be at your best. And this goes for all of you!!!...

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by Dr. Bo Wagner, Ph.D., D.N.M. on 7 February 2012 in , with 0 Comments

In my previous articles it has been established that proper supplementation, eating Gluten and Casein/Dairy free plus eating the correct foods for each individuals body and blood type is very beneficial for anyone with an ASD. Now it also needs to be established that not only do we need to make smart food choices but that it is equally important that these choices be combined correctly too....

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In this article I am going to address Smart Food Choices according to your personal body and blood type and the next blog post will cover Smart Food Combining....

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by Dr. Bo Wagner, Ph.D., D.N.M. on 21 October 2011 in , with 0 Comments

If someone’s energy level is down to around 30%, then they are not healthy and their body systems are not functioning well. In today’s society it would be hard to find someone who says they are at 100% of the energy they think they should have. It is probably even difficult to find people at 80%. Most people are going to say they are somewhere between 25% and 75%....

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by Dr. Bo Wagner, Ph.D., D.M.N. on 7 October 2011 in , with 0 Comments

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by Dr. Bo Wagner, Ph.D., D.M.N. on 21 September 2011 in , with 0 Comments

As the saying goes, attitude truly is everything. Only with the desire to be healthy combined with the proper nutritional knowledge and tools, will we achieve total body wellness. With the right mindset, a human begin can accomplish anything. It’s never too late to correct our past mistakes, to change the course of bad habits into good habits. With the proper nutritional knowledge, willingness to change and the discipline to apply the changes, you will stop, pause, and make the right choice when it comes to your health and what you eat and how often you move your body! ...

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by Dr. Bo Wagner, Ph.D., D.N.M. on 19 August 2011 in with 0 Comments

I’m Dr. Bo Wagner, clinical nutritionist and Dean at the University of Natural Medicine. Jenny McCarthy has been my client for over ten years as well as her family and many of her friends and I have also been a member of the Clinical Advisory Board of Generation Rescue for the past 3 years. Jenny has now asked me to write an ongoing blog on the Generation Rescue website which I am very excited to accept. This article is to serve as an introductory letter explaining the information I will be sharing with you....

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by Dr. Bo Wagner, Ph.D., D.N.M. on 19 August 2011 in , , with 0 Comments

My philosophy of healthy living, “The Wagner Way to Wellness®,” that I will be addressing regularly on this blog, encourages us through professional consultation and personal resolve to better care for our bodies and minds by adopting the following life-changing 7 STEP PROGRAM....

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