healthy shopper

January 2005
Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine;Jan2005, Issue 267, p122
The article presents information about some medicine for good health. Echinamide from the company Natural Factors is a fresh herb echinacea extract clinically proven to stop viral infections, reduce severity of colds and speed recovery. Heartburn and acid reflux are caused when stomach acid is pushed up into the esophagus, which causes burning pain and damages tissue. HeartburnStop works to temporarily decrease gastric secretions. The high quality vitamin and herbal ingredients in Lipo Guard support healthy cholesterol levels, plus aid in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, it also helps lower triglyceride levels and aids the digestive process. Trip Ease is a completely safe and natural homeopathic remedy for motion sickness. It comes in the form of easy-to-take chewable tablets that have no side effects and are compatible with all other medications.


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