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The Secrets of Living Longer

Education is powerful medicine when it comes to building and maintaining optimum health. Dr. Wayne Dysinger, CHIP’s medical director, shares insights into healing through knowledge. Many diseases have met their match!

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Healing Ministry

A forward-thinking hospital in Florida operates under the rare and powerful prevention and wellness banner when it comes to community health. Dr. Sal Lacagnina, vice president of Lee Memorial Health System, is leading the attack.

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The Calcium Confusion

Calcium supplements. Good idea? Milk. Good idea? Our bones provide the answers. Three major studies reviewed by Dr. Diehl reveal the unheralded truth behind what works and what doesn’t work. We can take heed, or literally fall apart.

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Health Restored in Canada

Anyone who could concoct a pill that guarantees to extend human life by eleven years would be an overnight billionaire. Dr. Diehl says that such a remedy for many modern diseases exists. Best of all, there are no negative side effects.

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Water of Life

In parts of Africa, the word for “water” is the very same word for “life.” If you want life, you have to drink water. Trouble is, there’s a worldwide shortage–not of water, but of those who choose to drink it. Dr. Diehl reveals why that’s a very bad idea.

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Scapegoats of the Western Diet

The first time you sit down for a meal at the McDougall Health and Medical Center in Santa Rosa, California, be prepared for a shock. You’ll be surprised at what’s on the table, and what’s not. Dr. McDougall himself explains.

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Mediterranean Diet

Has the secret to healing nutrition been found? What can be expected when we follow this popular eating plan? Dr. Diehl pulls back the curtain to reveal the good, the bad, and the dangerous when it comes to eating like a Mediterranean.

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Epigenetics

“It’s in the genes.” Modern science is discovering that this common pronouncement isn’t exactly accurate. “It’s in the expressionof the genes,” is a better representation of truth. Dr. John Kelly, medical director of a Virginia health center, reveals the latest research.

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Canary in the Coalmine

In the days before carbon monoxide detectors, coal miners carried caged birds underground to warn of gas leaks. The animal’s death indicated danger. Today, men have another tool for identifying the onset of equally deadly atherosclerosis. Dr. Diehl explains.

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Unprocessed

Chef, standup comic, lecturer, author, and true friend of CHIP offers her unique view on healthy eating. Drawing from three decades of experience in and out of the kitchen, Abbie Jaye–along with her delicious recipes–are changing lives from the inside out.

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