We are excited to announce that Dr. Group will be the featured guest this week on ‘Natural News Talk Hour’ on July 21, 2011 at 8:50 to 10:10 (EST).
They will be discussing the many health benefits of enzymes and why we all should make sure we are getting enough on a daily basis, either through your diet or by taking an enzyme supplement.
A few of the topics to be discussed:
- The differences between systemic and digestive enzymes
- How to maintain healthy blood pressure and optimal blood viscosity by using enzymes
- How enzymes can reduce bloating, constipation, gas or indigestion from certain foods and food combinations
- How enzymes can help your body detoxify harmful toxins and repair tissues
- How enzymes can support healthy joint function
Dr. Group’s Thoughts About Natural News Talk Hour:“Since 2009, Talk Hour has been the leading online show to help give you better insight into how you can improve your health, straight from the mouths of the experts. I tune in myself, just because of the quality of guests that Jonathan invites on. I would highly encourage everybody to tune in, even if it isn’t to the show I’m going to be on.”
‘Talk Hour’ is a free online show that lets you call in and ask health experts the most important questions that pertain to you and your life. There is absolutely no charge, but in order to tune in and ask a question, you will need to go to NaturalNews.com to register. Once you are registered, you will receive further instructions on how to call in.
Right now is the perfect time to improve your health. The first step is to take a few minutes and let the experts steer you down the path to better health.
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