Tuesday, May 31, 2005

June 1 Press Release on R-Lipoic and Antioxidants/Antiaging

See it here before you read it in the news:

Relentless Improvement June 1 Press Release

Working 14 hours a day to serve you and help you have a better life.

Have I mentioned how much I value my Customers? A lot - I appreciate each and every one of you and wish I could thank each of you in person for trusting Relentless Improvement with your business and your health.

Thank You!


Boston University Study On US Medication Use

Interesting fact and figures in this report (it is a PDF file).

• In any given week, 82% of U.S. adults take at least one medication (prescription or nonprescription drug, vitamin/mineral, herbal/natural supplement); 30% take at least five.

• 42% of U.S. adults take vitamins; 27% take multivitamin products.

•19% take products containing herbals or other natural supplements.

• Specific drugs reported much increased use since the last survey, Fosamax was one of those.

Snapshot of findings as reported:

"In adult subjects, OTC analgesics were the most frequently used individual drug products (i.e., not vitamins or herbals natural supplements), taken by 16-20%. Prescription drugs predominated among the remaining commonly used compounds. The most common prescription drugs among women were a thyroid supplement, a cholesterol-lowering drug, and a diuretic; among men, they were a cholesterol-lowering drug and an ACE-inhibitor. Among OTC agents, decongestants, antihistamines, and anti-ulcer agents followed analgesics in frequency."

Surprisingly, to me, the most popular "herbal" supplements were lutein and lycopene.

Hey! The 42% of you taking a vitamin? I have two words for you: Ortho-Core

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Fosamax users need to take a very close look at Ortho-Bone by AOR. Many of my customers chose this over Fosamax after consulting with their doctor. Save your esophagus, print the ingredients from our site and talk to your doctor.