New Voice for Health Newsletter

by Elizabeth Plourde, C.L.S., NCMP, Ph.D.

NAMS Certified Menopause Practitioner

Clinical Laboratory Scientist

Medical Researcher

Health Coach




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Common Sense Answers to Your Health Care Question!




In today's health care environment much of the medical information reported by the media does not  reflect what would be most helpful for health care consumers to know.  Instead their reports are filled with fear to create an emotional response to get you to tune in to their 11 o'clock report.  Unfortunately, they do not always report the whole story, nor do they follow up as when studies counter what they previously reported as bad for us.

For example: as health consumers we have been left with reports that told us salt use was bad for us and we should eliminate it if possible.  Yet, no one has reported/told us that those who worked hardest to cut down their salt consumption were found to have more heart attacks.  The media did not come back and report to the world the initial studies were wrong and we all need salt to maintain our health.

This type of fear based reporting is a disservice to those who trust the media to keep them up-to-date.

The New Voice for Health Newsletter is designed to sift through the hype and report the common sense and practical side of what it happening bio-chemically within the body and report what you need to know.  With so much mis-information we need turn to sources we can trust.  We want to be that source for you and will help you to become your own health care advocate to ensure you get the best health care available for you and your family.

♥  Elizabeth



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