Newsletter – May 30, 2019

Allergies, Asthma?  Cancer Survivor?  Plus a Heart Health Discount

 

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ARE YOU ONE? National Cancer Survivors Day is Sunday June 2

What special challenges do we face after treatment? In some respects, we are like veterans who come home from one or more tours of duty fighting an enemy. We have employed every bit of weaponry in the traditional health care arsenal: surgical strikes, chemical warfare, radiation, and now increasingly, alternative and homeopathic methods. But, like any war veteran, we suffer post-war physical and mental challenges. The war may be over for now, but we worry about being redeployed. Our bodies are not the same.

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Celebrate the return of Heart Health with our special offer!

For a limited time, take 10% off your purchase of Prebiotin Heart Health, and you will receive a free box of our 2 gram stick packs, with our compliments! No code necessary.



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Seasonal Allergies, Asthma, and Your Gut Health

If your seasonal allergies are driving you crazy, consider looking into the relationship between your gut health and allergy symptoms. It sounds counterintuitive to turn to your tummy for a solution to your allergies, but growing evidence supports this approach to seasonal allergy relief.

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Your Story. Your Solution

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Seasonal Allergies and Gut Health

Enjoy Annie’s Microbiome Minute that explains the link between your Gut Health and Seasonal Allergies.



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In this series, we will explore small changes you can make to help you feel better.

Part 4. Stop Smoking — better yet, never start!
Ok, so this is another “no brainer.”
There is absolutely nothing good about smoking, and we all know it: lung cancer, heart disease, stroke, increased lung infections and lost work days. But what about the everyday issues? Smelly skin and clothes, secondhand smoke to your colleagues and loved ones.
The cost? Depending on what state you live in, one pack a day could cost you $14 (NYC) or $98 per week, which is $5,096 for a year. In ten years, $50,960!
Invested, even conservatively, this could be your down payment on a house, a big win for your retirement plan or your kids’ college funds!! And your body will thank you by giving you more energy, as your microbiome busily does what it’s designed to do, instead of fighting off toxins and resulting mutant cells, like cancer.


We want to hear Your Story

A fantastic product!! How could such a tiny daily dose of something almost weightless and practically invisible produce such excellent results? Amazing! I have recommended it to many friends.

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“Jackson GI Medical is dedicated to the responsible development and marketing of medically credible nutritional supplements in an all-too-often irresponsible marketplace. We back our product with third-party medical research, and emphasize no-nonsense, no-hype educational materials on our site. A nutritionally-aware customer is our favorite customer, so please contact us if you have any suggestions.”

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– Founder, Frank W. Jackson, MD


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