Table of contents for Health and nutrition secrets that can save your life / Russell L. Blaylock.

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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
	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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Self-care, Health.