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Contents Foreword vii Introduction ix Section I 1 Do All Degenerative Diseases Have a Common Cause? 3 2 The Remarkable Effect of Practicing Good Nutrition From the Very Beginning 25 3 Mercury: The Silent Killer 39 4 Fluoride: What Have They Done to Us Now? 93 5 Other Toxic Metals to Avoid 133 Cadmium Toxicity Lead: Destroyer of Young Lives Aluminum: The Insidious Toxin 6 The Vaccine Controversy 157 7 Food Additives That Can Kill: The Taste That Kills 171 Monosodium Glutamate Other Additives to Avoid 8 Pesticides and Other Chemicals in Our World 201 Section II: Preventing the Golden Years from Tarnishing Introduction 215 9 Atherosclerosis: Hardening of the Arteries 219 10 Stroke and Heart Attack: Are They Really Inevitable? 235 Dry Strokes: Papa Can't Speak Wet Strokes: Something Just Popped in My Head Cardiovascular Disease: Great Killer of an Affluent Society Program for Vascular Health 11 Other Disorders of Aging 287 Adult-Onset Diabetes: A Growing Epidemic Dem Bones: Preventing and Treating Osteoporosis Digestion, Bowel Movements, and Other Pleasant Topics 12 Protecting Your Brain 311 13 The Aging Immune System 327 Are Vitamins Dangerous? 14 Preparing for a Trip to the Hospital 351 15 A Word About Doctors 363 16 Surviving a Terrorist Attack 369 Afterword 401 Endnotes 405 Appendix I: Recommended Sources 437 Appendix II: Recommended Reading 441 Appendix III: Chapter 16 References 443 Index 447
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