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Are Your Supplements What You Think?

Monday, October 21st, 2013

At our recent Canadian Health Convention we had many professionals speaking about the current state of health in North America. The statistics presented by Dr. Melina B. Jampolis, Physician Nutrition Specialist, Dr. Duarte,  Dr. Balas, Dr. Julie deVisser and Dr. Trip were somewhat appalling! Cancer is on the increase, #1 killer in those under 50 yrs., diabetes and obesity is on […]

3 Medical Challenges and Healthy Alternatives for Lungs, Diabetes and Vaccines

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013

Just 2 Months’ Exposure to Anticholinergics (AC’s) Affects Cognition Physicians “absolutely” over-prescribe ACs, said Dr. Boustani, Indiana University Center for Aging Research. Patients might push for these drugs in the belief that if they simply take a pill, their symptoms will go away. Also, physicians typically don’t have the time to discuss medication alternatives with […]

North American Health Advances?

Sunday, March 10th, 2013

North American Health or Sickness ?   Spending on prescription drugs in the United States has risen nearly 6-fold since 1990, concurrent with adverse drug reactions tripling between 1995 and 2005. Research finds drug reactions are the fourth leading cause of death in the United States. Canadian statistics follow the US very closely; just divide […]

Cancer and Sugar Connection

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

One common factor that links obesity, candida,  diabetes and cancer is insulin resistance. Science is beginning to realize that  insulin resistance is involved in all inflammatory conditions, such as arthritis (inflammation of joints), Alzheimers (inflammation of brain cells), atherosclerosis (inflammation and hardening of the arteries). Overuse of sugar is linked to all inflammation. This article […]

Weight Loss 4 Pillars /Insulin Resistance

Tuesday, January 24th, 2012

 Four Pillars of Weight Loss  I am often asked, “What do you recommend for weight loss?” I find that I am not able to answer this question with a simple answer, because there are many variables. Weight gain can be due to glandular imbalance, improper or too much eating, lack of activity, emotional outlook, poorly […]

May Health Newsletter

Friday, May 20th, 2011

BENOIT & ASSOCIATES HEALTH EDUCATION NEWSLETTER ** May, 2011 ** For more information or for help with achieving your optimum health levels, please contact our office by phone: 250-748-6802 email: Website Check the articles added to our blog since the last newsletter: Two short Youtube videos about my book: The Paw Paw Program […]

Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome X

Tuesday, April 5th, 2011

Diabetes is without question the fastest-growing chronic disease in North America. More than 2 million Canadians currently have the disease. Twenty years ago, metabolic syndrome was almost an unknown idea among conventional practitioners. Today it is recognized as the precursor to full-blown diabetes. This is gratifying because it means conventional medicine accepts the idea that […]