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Health and wellness encompasses a wide spectrum of topics — from vitamin, mineral and herbal supplementation, to balancing dietary requirements, lifestyle and environmental triggered conditions, exercise and weight loss. Many of the health challenges we face today are a by-product of physical inactivity and obesity. Let us help you make better choices to take control of your health — it's your life and you should never take it for granted.




Frequently Asked Questions Flipchart

Frequently Asked Questions Flipchart

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Our newest FAQ is the reference booklet everyone needs. We examined the research again and came up with recommended supplements and lifestyle changes that complement treatment from your healthcare professional. This spiral-bound booklet:
  • Updates the supplementation programs for most of the conditions we covered in Answers To Frequently Asked Questions Volume 1 and Volume 2.
  • Adds new conditions such as Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Erectile Dysfunction--43 conditions and diseases in all.
  • Lists the basic supplements and lifestyle changes all adults need.
  • Includes a section on the basic supplements and lifestyle changes teens need during their important growing and learning years.
  • And most importantly it's easier to use!
For example, in the chapter on Candida, here are the lifestyle changes we advise:
Diet is very important in controlling yeast infections. Refined carbohydrates seem to feed yeast, so it may help to limit the refined carbohydrates in your diet such as white bread, rolls, bagels, and pasta, and to eat fewer products with refined sugar such as sweets, soda, and cookies. Instead, eat whole grain breads and cereals with high fiber content.

Eat fresh yogurt products every day. Select brands low in sugar that contain active cultures of Lactobacillus acidophilus. Yogurt can help support the digestive tract and bring yeast balance back to normal.

Eat foods high in fiber--try to total 25-40 grams of fiber every day from all sources. If necessary, use a sugar-free psyllium fiber product every day to supplement the fiber in the foods you eat.

Limit caffeine and alcohol intake.

Exercise regularly. It really is good for just about anything that ails you.

Control stress, which can compromise your immune system and make you more prone to infections.
The 43 conditions covered are:
Acid Reflux - GERD Headaches and Migraines
Acne Hepatitis
ADHD High Blood Pressure
Allergies High Cholesterol
Arthritis HIV/AIDS
Asthma Insomnia
Cancer Therapies Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Candida Lupus
Canker Sores Multiple Sclerosis
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Muscle Cramps
Celiac Disease Osteoporosis
Constipation Parkinson's Disease
Crohn's Disease Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Depression and SAD Pregnancy
Diabetes and Insulin Resistance Prostatic Hyperplasia, Benign
Diverticular Disease Psoriasis
Eczema Shingles
Erectile Dysfunction Sickle Cell Anemia
Fibromyalgia Travel
Fungus in Nails Ulcers
Gallstones Urinary Tract Infections
Gout

Progressive Relaxation CD

Progressive Relaxation CD

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Better Life Unlimited has released a Progressive Muscle Relaxation CD from the archives of the late Dr. Steven Zifferblatt, Clinical Psychologist and co-founder of the Better Life Institute. Also included in this CD is an introduction from Pat Zifferblatt, Steven's wife and Margaret Woltjer, Ph.D.

Let Dr. Zifferblatt teach you how to relax in the comfort of your home with this progressive muscle relaxation technique that will reduce stress, relax your body and calm your mind.


Why Supplement? Flipchart

Why Supplement? Flipchart

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Do you sometimes think there's new information about nutrition every day? You're right--what science knows about nutrition is constantly growing and changing, and new supplements are introduced frequently.

So how do you know which supplements are the right ones for you?

Better Life is here to help! Your questions about supplements are answered in our newest reference book. As always, we've examined the latest scientific research, pulled it all together, and present it to you in everyday language.

This spiral-bound reference booklet is your complete guide to vitamins, minerals, and other supplements:
  • Brief, bottom-line information on why the nutrient is important to your health.
  • Foods that are good sources of the nutrient.
  • The problems that may be caused by eating too little or too much of the nutrient.
  • How much of the nutrient you need on a daily basis, based on the Dietary Reference Intake (DRI) established by a U.S. government advisory committee.
  • Answers to frequently asked questions about dietary supplements, such as when to take them, what interferes with their absorption, and so on.
  • Although this booklet is designed for adults 18 to 50 years of age, the recommendations could apply to everyone from teenagers through centenarians--any exceptions are noted.
If you haven't ordered the companion booklet, Frequently Asked Questions, this is the perfect time. In the new FAQ, we examined the research again and came up with recommended supplements and lifestyle changes that complement treatment from your healthcare professional for 43 conditions and diseases--from Acid Reflux to Urinary Tract Infections. With these two spiral-bound references, FAQ and Why Supplement?, you'll be able to make sense of supplementation and choose the right ones for you, your family, and those you care about.

For nutrient recommendations for special groups, such as children under 18 and women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, we've written Men, Women, and Children. And for adults over 50, there's Growing Old Gracefully. Both are great additions to your library.


A Few Valuable Lessons From My Kitchen Booklet 

A Few Valuable Lessons From My Kitchen Booklet

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"Momma" Pat Zifferblatt leaves the kitchen long enough to write this short collection of thought provoking and heart warming lessons that she has learned throughout her colorful life. She wants to share these "gems" with the rest of the world. These lessons were taught to her by people in all walks of life. After reading this book you come away with a warm feeling as though you'd just had a hot cup of coffee and a warm homemade cookie with a good and wise friend.

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