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Amino Acids (INACTIVE)

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  • From Sun Magazine: A little less Duff

    From Sun Magazine: A little less Duff
    Duff Goldman quite literally ate his way across America to film the series "Sugar High" last year — from sea to sugary sea. And we aren't talking Hollywood smoke-and-mirrors eating, where it looks like someone is tasting something but is really...
  • Riboflavin can be used to prevent migraines

    Riboflavin can be used to prevent migraines
    Q: After my migraines began flaring up weekly, I started taking riboflavin (vitamin B-2) daily. Ten weeks into this regimen, I have had only two really bad headaches. I still have Maxalt as a backup, but I haven't needed to take it in a few months....
  • Herbs and spices pack a twist on rice and beans

    Herbs and spices pack a twist on rice and beans
    I'm full of beans! You'll want to be, too, once you taste this zesty dish of pinto beans and brown rice. These super foods are loaded with protein, fiber and B vitamins, are low in fat and are inexpensive, yet together they provide all the amino acids...
  • Natural alternatives to discuss with your doctor

    Natural alternatives to discuss with your doctor
    Dear Pharmacist: What are popular medications and their natural counterparts? — A.T., Dallas, Texas Dear A.T.: This is a great question. When I think of popular medications, I think of allergy drugs, pain relievers, antacids, blood pressure drugs,...
  • Yelling at your cat won't solve her litter box issues

    ORLANDO, FLA. -- These questions were answered by experts attending the North American Veterinary Conference here Jan. 18-22. Q: My 4-year-old Siamese cat is an absolute doll, except that she's started defecating in my bathtub or shower, rather than in...
  • Sleep dreams: Products to help you snooze

    Sleep dreams: Products to help you snooze
    A long winter's nap, for many, has become as luxurious as a Caribbean holiday. And it's a cheaper way to escape the relentless arctic blasts of 2014. But sleep can be even more elusive than a vacation. At least 40 million Americans suffer from chronic,...
  • Increase Energy, Balance Hormones

    Increase Energy, Balance Hormones
    Maca is a root from Peru that resembles a potato and offers a big energy boost for those who feel tired and unenergetic. Unlike coffee, maca root offers energy in a non-caffeinated way that truly supports the body. It contains high amounts of minerals,...
  • Careful training can solve many pet behavior problems

    The following reader questions about dog behavior were answered by veterinary behaviorist Dr. Debra Horwitz, of St. Louis, MO, an editor (with Dr. John Ciribassi and myself) of "Decoding Your Dog" (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2014, $27) written by...
  • Dark pigmentation in cat's mouth likely a harmless sign of aging

    Q: Tigger, my 13-year-old cat, now has black pigment just inside the lower part of his mouth. Also, there's a clump of hair on his back; it's like gum stuck there, but I know that's not the case. I tried to wash the area, but that didn't help. What's...
  • Guidelines outline which vaccines vets should use, and how often to vaccinate

    Q: I've written to you before about the scoundrel veterinarians who've cheated the public. Like the veterinarian in the recent "20/20" TV segment, when we changed counties, that new vet wanted to vaccinate my dog all over again with vaccines I'd never...
  • Conditioning can ease the shock of bathing for a cat

    ORLANDO, FLA. -- These reader questions were answered by veterinarians attending the North American Veterinary Conference Jan. 19-23, in Orlando, FL. Q: I rescued a cat who needs a bath. How do you bathe a cat? -- G.C., Las Vegas, NV. A: "Carefully,"...
  • Some foods help Type 1 diabetes patients become less insulin dependent

    Some foods help Type 1 diabetes patients become less insulin dependent
    Some food acids may help young Type 1 diabetes patients become less dependent on supplemental insulin, according to research from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Adding foods rich in specific amino and fatty acids – such as eggs,...