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  • Health Supplements - Lifesavers or a Waste of Money?

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    visit http://www.nutrishield.com/
    contact Dr Paul at http://www.drpaulclayton.co......
    Dr Paul Clayton graduated summa cum laude in Medical Pharmacology from Edinburgh University, prior to obtaining his PhD.
    He is a Fellow of The Royal Society of Medicine and a former Senior Scientific Advisor to the UK government's Committee on the Safety of Medicines.

    He has worked with leading doctors and clinical scientists at centres of clinical expertise in the UK and abroad, and trained the pharmacists in Britain' s largest chemist chain in preventative nutrition.

    Dr Clayton has lectured at the Royal College of General Practitioners. He frequently presents at and chairs international conferences on nutrition and health.

    His books include Health Defence and After Atkins.

    I believe that it is possible to stay healthy into ripe old age and to prevent, stabilise and even perhaps to reverse, many of the chronic degenerative diseases.

    Underpinning all my research and advice is this simple fact. Given the right nutrition and lifestyle, our bodies have amazing powers of self-healing and regeneration.

    They have to -- because almost every cell and tissue in your body breaks down and is replaced on a regular basis. Bone is re-absorbed into the body and then renewed, cartilage in joints experiences wear and tear but is renewed, membranes of nerve and other cells are broken down and replaced.

    This natural process of wear and repair is going on all the time in your trillions of cells. The process of growth and re-growth in bones, cartilage and other tissues is called 'anabolic'. The process of tissue breakdown is called 'catabolic'.
    The first graph shows what we have come to expect as inevitable. Wear begins to exceed repair, we are effectively catabolic dominant, symptoms of degenerative disease appear and we begin to age rapidly.
    WHY THIS MATTERS TO YOU
    The latest research reveals internal inflammation to be a key factor in ageing and age-related illnesses such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, arthritis, Type 2 diabetes and dementia. See free report below.

    So if you are serious about using nutritional supplements to stay healthy, you should consider more than a simple A-Z vitamin/mineral pill. Look for a health supplement designed to reduce inflammation, too.


    NutriShield is based on 30 years of research by Dr Paul Clayton, an internationally recognised health scientist.

    There are two versions of NutriShield, both high in anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory nutrients. But NutriShield Premium delivers additional specialist food extracts including carotenoids (lutein, lycopene etc), co-enzyme Q10, soy isoflavones, betaine and glucosamine. ..video production robert Nichol audio Productions Copyright Colin Rose Show less
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