BLUEBERRIES RID BELLY FAT & AID IN PROCESSING BOTH FAT & SUGAR

BLUEBERRIES RID BELLY FAT & AID IN PROCESSING BOTH FAT & SUGAR

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“Blueberries may actually inhibit the formation of fat cells and change the way we process fat and sugar.

Since antidepressants produce incredible weight gain, problems with blood sugar, constipation, vision, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, memory loss, cancer, immune problems, brain health, etc. I thought this information on Blueberries & their benefits would be interesting to you as one of the options to rebuilding your health post antidepressants.

Inhibition of fat cell formation & processing both fats & sugars

“Blueberries may actually inhibit the formation of fat cells and change the way we process fat and sugar.

“There are many, many reasons blueberries are a great addition to anyone’s diet. If potential weight loss isn’t something you are looking for, here are some other excellent benefits:

Digestion & Constipation

“Blueberries have insoluble fiber which assists the digestive process by moving food through the intestines. This of course aids elimination (which of course can also be beneficial to anyone trying to lose weight).

Vision

“Blueberries have been found to slow down visual loss. They may also help prevent degenerating diseases of the eye due to their antioxidant properties. These berries contain a special group of antioxidants called carotenoids and flavonoids. In addition, blueberries are rich in vitamins C, E and A as well as minerals selenium, zinc and phosphorous. These nutrients are very beneficial for ocular (pertaining to the eye) health.

Heart Disease

“Again, thanks to their antioxidant properties, blueberries are another great food for cardiovascular health. They have a high fiber content which assists in dissolving the bad cholesterol. Blueberries also strengthen the cardiac muscles.

Brain Health

“The many nutrients in blueberries can help prevent the degeneration of brain cells as well as restore the health of the central nervous system. They have even had a very positive affect on people with Alzheimer’s. Blueberries can actually keep you memory sharp. Researchers have found that diets rich in blueberries can even improve learning capacity and motor skills of aging animals.

Cancer

“Blueberries can also have a very positive effect on certain types of cancers. One study showed that compounds in blueberries can inhibit colon cancer cell proliferation and cause the cancer cells to die.

Immune

“The high vitamin and antioxidant nutrients in blueberries make it an excellent immune protector. A strong immune system means fewer infections. With winter around the corner, and all the colds and flu that accompany it, now is the time to fortify your body.

“The blueberry is a stellar example of another great food from Mother Nature. Yes, there are all kinds of excellent supplements to aid with various body problems, but the diet is the key to long-term health. So go out and enjoy some blueberries!”

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Ann Blake-Tracy, Executive Director,

International Coalition for Drug Awareness

www.drugawareness.org & www.SSRIstories.com

Author: “Prozac: Panacea or Pandora? – Our Serotonin Nightmare – The Complete Truth of the FullImpact of Antidepressants Upon Us & Our World” & Safe Withdrawal CD “Help! I Can’t Get Off My Antidepressant!”

BOOK:  Prozac: Panacea or Pandora? – Our Serotonin Nightmare! Anything you ever wanted to know about antidepressants is there along with everything drug companies hope you never find out about these drugs. Find the book & the CD “Help! I Can’t Get Off My Antidepressant!” on how to safely withdraw from antidepressants & most psychiatric medications. Available at www.drugawareness.org

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“Ann, I just wanted to let you know from the bottom of my heart how grateful I am God placed you in my life. I am now down to less than 2 mg on my Cymbalta and I have never felt better. I am finally getting my life back. I can feel again and colors have never been brighter. Thanks for all that you do!!” … Amber Weber

“Used your method of weaning off of SSRI’s and applied it to Ambian. Took 6 months but had been on 15 mg for years so what was another 6 months. I have been sleeping without it for 2 weeks and it is the first time I have been able to sleep drug free for 15 years. What a relief to be able to lay down and sleep when I need or want to. Ambien may be necessary for people at times but doctors giving a months worth of it at a time with unlimited refills is a prescription for disaster. It is so damn easy to become dependent on. Thanks for your council Ann.”… Mark Hill

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Antidepressants and anti-anxiety medications & heart risks

NOTE FROM Ann Blake-Tracy:

Although there have been concerns voiced and many other
studies released on this issue here is a study that was just released yesterday
morning – the morning after Britney Murphey’s sudden death.
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Antidepressants and anti-anxiety medications may increase the
risk of heart disease, heart attacks and stroke in women, a new study
indicates.

Antidepressants up heart disease risks

[Posted: Mon 21/12/2009 by Olivia Fens]

Antidepressants and anti-anxiety medications may increase the
risk of heart disease, heart attacks and stroke in women, a new study
indicates.

According to researchers, from Uniformed Services University
in the US, women with suspected coronary artery disease (CAD) who were taking
antidepressant and anti-anxiety medications had an increased risk of
cardiovascular events, compared to women not taking these
medications.

“It needs to be considered that taking antidepressant and
anti-anxiety medications may not be beneficial, and may in fact be harmful for
some women,” the researchers said.

The authors of the study, however,
said further research was needed to examine whether factors such as underlying
depression and anxiety, and not medications per se, may be responsible for these
results.

Nevertheless, they added that the findings of the study
emphasised the importance of emotional and psychosocial factors in women with
suspected coronary artery disease.

The paper was published in the journal
Heart.

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