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Four Dietary Oils You Should Never Eat? Free Natural Health Report Explains


Natural health expert David Rodgers, M.S. Nutrition, has made available an eye-opening report about several important health truths that have yet to make their way into the public consciousness.

“So much of what has been taught in the media over the past 50 years has been proven wrong,” said Rodgers, a practicing nutritionist in Royal Oak, MI. “I felt I owed it to everyone to outline with facts and scientific citations the reasons why saturated fat isn’t bad for your health, and why vitamin K2 isn’t in your multivitamin, but could prevent a heart attack, to name just a couple examples.”

The report is titled “Diet Soda Makes You Fatter Than Regular and 10 More Shocking Health Truths.”

Rodgers encourages those who doubt his facts to follow the citations to the websites where they are reported. “People might be surprised to know that all of the information came from major research universities, peer-reviewed medical journals, and/or archives from the National Institutes of Health.”

Other report topics include diabetes triggers, many ways to lower the risk of various cancers, information about genetically modified foods and how to avoid them, and why headlines often falsely malign natural supplements such as vitamins, minerals, and herbs.

Rodgers’ clinic in Michigan is known as the Nutrient Balance Center and he specializes in natural therapies for autoimmune and chronic infectious diseases including fibromyalgia, chronic Lyme disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, lupus, and multiple sclerosis.

The free report is currently available on the Nutrient Balance Center website; the link is and those signing up will also receive free access to a weekly health tips newsletter.


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 David Rodgers
 dietary fat
 heart disease

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