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Bowel Pain Radiates
Insider Halloween
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October 18, 2010
Dear Valued Subscriber,

This week features bowel pain, organic egg ratings, an important milk ruling, warnings about bone drugs, diet drugs, chelation supplements, and a results of a landmark study about CoQ10.

Don't miss our special Halloween issue of NCI Insider. Our debates about coffee and red yeast rice are downright spooky!

 Bonnie and Steve Minsky

Why Bowel Pain Radiates.
 Chronic bowel pain that is not treated often radiates to other organs, creating or further exacerbating pain in those areas. The following study sheds light on why this may occur. When it comes to chronic pain, there are two things to remember:
  1. Chances are that pain starts in the gut, so rule out gastrointestinal disorders, intolerances, and allergies first.
  2. A friendly bowel is a friendly body. 
Why Bowel Pain Radiates.

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NCI Insider - Special Halloween Issue!
This week's topics:
  • Insider Feature:
    The Coffee Debate: Who Wins?

  • eNews:
    Fluoridated Water; Green Tea
  • Did You Know? Medications
    Red Yeast Rice

  • Brand Buzz Insider Only:
    Potassium-Rich Foods; Our Favorite Trick or Treat

  • Shrewd Shopper:
    Sniffing Out a Functional Food Fraud; Halloween Deals
  • Bonnie's Bite:
    Quercetin-Rich Foods

  • Understanding Lab Tests:
  • Green Lifestyle:
    Watering Without a Hose; Green Your Halloween
  • Intelligently Active:
    Results of Lifelong Exercise; Halloween Hoofing
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Have a happy, healthy day

Bonnie, Steve, and the staff at Nutritional Concepts Inc.