• Anti-Aging, Cancer, skincare

    Posted on November 1st, 2013

    Written by Dr. Al Sears

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    Liquid gold for your skin

    It’s sometimes called “Liquid Gold” because the oil is so prized. When I went to Africa I saw mothers rub it on newborn babies’ skin, and women brush it into their hair. People even sprinkle it on their couscous because the oil is not only good for your skin and hair, but it’s also healthy [...]

  • Anti-Aging

    Posted on March 24th, 2011

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    Petal-Soft Skin from the Inside Out

    There’s something important I want to tell you today. Something cosmetic companies and dermatologists will never admit to.

    The secret to glowing, supple skin that turns heads wherever you go isn’t at the bottom of some expensive cream or prescription lotion tube.

    In fact, it has absolutely nothing to do with what you put on the outside.

    The only sure-fire way to get satiny smooth skin that begs to be touched is to work from the inside out.

    You see, you’re meant to have beautiful skin. It’s your birthright. And when you fill your body with the nutrients it needs, perfect skin just happens.

  • Cancer, Detoxification, Nutrition

    Posted on March 1st, 2011

    Written by Dr. Al Sears

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    The Sun IS Your Sunscreen

    Corporations would have you believe the sun is a cancer-causing ball of radiation threatening our planet.

    But the fact is, the sun protects you from cancer. It enhances your health and is vital to your well-being.

    One of the most important ways the sun protects you is through your skin, which makes vitamin D from its ultraviolet type B rays. And it’s vitamin D that keeps you from getting not just skin cancer, but more than a dozen others.

    Here’s the proof in black and white:

  • Anti-Aging

    Posted on October 13th, 2010

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    Shut Down the Aging of Your Skin

    On Oct. 26, 2008, people all over the country attended my first ever conference on telomeres (pronounced tell-o-meers).

    Surrounded by some of the world’s most recognized, cutting-edge researchers in the field, we shared how telomeres are the key to aging. And everyone who witnessed the event walked away with the ability to control their aging clock and add years of abundant health to their lives.

    Telomeres are the “time keepers” attached to every strand of your DNA. They’re critical to youthful cell function. But each time your cells divide, your telomeres get shorter. When your telomeres run down, cell division stops and your life ends…

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