trimino Protein Infused Water

trimino protein infused water
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The trimino is a low-calorie protein infused drink that will maintain and replenishes muscle, curbs appetite, increases energy & endurance, and provides hydration. This particular variety consists of 16oz. (Pack of 12) Coconut Pineapple, Mixed Berry, Strawberry Lemonade, and Peach and the best for this drinks is that it is not intended for athletes only, meaning, these protein infused drinks is for everybody. This drink contains 7 grams of protein, essential amino acids, and B-Complex Vitamins. It has no sugar, zero carbs and contains 28 calories, all from the Whey Protein.

Drink trimino now to break the monotony of water with four simply delicious fruit flavors.

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5 Reasons to Get an Aloe Vera Plant

Expert aloe enthusiasts at AloeVera.com bring people 5 different reasons why investing in an aloe plant is a great idea.

August 4, 2017 – When people see an aloe plant, they typically walk on by, not thinking much of it. In fact, they probably walk by this plant (or its properties) more often than they think. Aloe vera gel is one of the most widely used substances in skin-care and beauty creams. It’s been known for a while that aloe is great for the skin, reaching deep into pores and proving key nutrients where needed.

Now, the team at AloeVera.com, a company that provides the general public free information about growing aloe plants and finding the best aloe-based product, has given some wisdom on the merits of growing an aloe plant at home.

The spokesman of AloeVera.com, Ben Danson, gave a few words on the matter.

“When people go to the store and buy beauty creams and sunblock, they don’t realize how much they are overspending. The majority of the work done by these products is pure aloe gel, nothing more. That’s why it makes so much sense to simply grow your own or buy one at the store. Everyone needs essentials like sunblock, so why not start saving money by getting an aloe plant and learning to harvest the gel? My entire team loves coming up with their own unique recipes for aloe gel, smoothies, sunblock, face masks, and the results seem better than anything we’ve ever bought at the store.”

For these reasons, Danson and his team have given a few reasons why people should head to their nearest Home Depot and buy an aloe plant today.

Why Get an Aloe Plant
1) Aloe vera gel is first and foremost a powerful treatment for skin irritations like sunburns and ant bites. Mixing the gel with some other common household items can make a powerful cream that soothes these irritations.

2) It has very low maintenance. These plants are almost like cacti, they are hard to kill. After your initial purchase, people shouldn’t have any trouble taking care of an aloe plant.
3) The average person spends thousands a year on skin-related products. For both health and beauty, Aloe gel is one of the most effective treatments for both. Aloe gel helps improve skin elasticity, prevents wrinkles, and serves as a powerful moisturizer.
4) Not only is aloe great for the skin, but you can also prepare this super-plant as a great dish for your health. Consuming aloe can help improve blood sugar levels, assist with digestive problems, and relieve constipation.
5) Aloe plants are very cheap. A good size aloe plant is about 20 dollars at Home Depot and we have all the information you need to care for your plant for free when you do but it.

AloeVera.com welcomes anyone to their site to read more interesting facts about aloe and aloe gel.

 

Media Contact:
BEN DANSON
AloeVera.com
Tel: +1 480-659-5240

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ATA Supports Department of Veterans Affairs Expansion of Telehealth

Secretary David Shulkin and VA Continue to Champion Telehealth with White House Demonstration

Washington, DC – August 3, 2017 – The American Telemedicine Association (ATA) has long recognized the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) as a federal and national leader in telehealth. ATA strongly supports the VA for eliminating state-by-state licensure requirements for health professionals employed by the Department of Veterans Affairs. As the largest telehealth program in the U.S., the VA has long been a steward of innovative health delivery and financing models involving telehealth which support accessible, available, and affordable healthcare services to veterans.

ATA has long supported the VA’s vision of expanding veterans’ access to telehealth services, facilitating high-quality encounters between veterans and providers, and ensuring that veterans are equipped with the best tools to monitor their health. This includes innovative models that facilitate cross-state practice and enable consumer choice such as the VETS Act (S. 295 and H.R. 2123).

“We applaud Dr. Shulkin for demonstrating the value of telehealth today at the White House.” said Gary Capistrant, Chief Policy Officer, ATA. “We encourage President Trump to issue an Executive Order to eliminate the state-by-state licensure model for all federal and private-sector health professional employees servicing federal government programs—notably agencies (such as the VA and the Department of Health and Human Services), health benefit programs (such as Medicare and TRICARE), federally-funded health sites (such as community health centers and rural clinics), and during federally-declared emergencies or disasters.”

With over 700,000 veterans utilizing telehealth, the Department of Veterans Affairs is the largest telehealth program in the United States. The VA recently received $2.1B in Choice funding to further allow veterans to choose any health provider of their choice. Secretary Shulkin will keynote EDGE 2017, ATA’s fall forum to be held Oct. 2-4, 2017 in Washington, DC.

About the American Telemedicine Association (ATA)

Established in 1993, ATA is a non-profit, membership-based association located in Washington DC. Comprised of a membership network of more than 10,000 industry leaders and healthcare professionals, ATA is the leading telehealth association helping to transform healthcare by improving the quality, equity, and affordability of healthcare throughout the world. To learn more about ATA, visit http://www.americantelemed.org.

 

Media contact:
Jessica Washington
Tel: 202-659-7616
Email: jwashington@americantelemed.org

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Researchers aim to repurpose former experimental cancer therapy to treat muscular dystrophy

Duchenne muscular dystrophy is caused by a faulty gene that leads to progressive muscle weakness

May 14, 3017 – Researchers at the National Institutes of Health’s National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) and the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine (UNR Med) have demonstrated that a drug originally targeted unsuccessfully to treat cancer may have new life as a potential treatment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD).

The candidate drug, SU9516, represents a different kind of approach for treating DMD, a degenerative muscle disease that usually begins in childhood and has no known cure. It is caused by a faulty gene that leads to progressive muscle weakness, with death often occurring around age 25. Rather than trying to fix or replace the broken gene, SU9516 ramps up the muscle repair process, helping reinforce muscle structure. Continue reading “Researchers aim to repurpose former experimental cancer therapy to treat muscular dystrophy”

Government document confirms vaccine link to microcephaly

(NaturalNews by: ) The adverse event-deniers who insist that vaccines are 100 percent safe and never cause any problems in children clearly missed a little-known 1991 study published by the United States Government. This paper reveals a clear link between the popular Tdap vaccine for tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (whooping cough), and microcephaly, a neurological birth defect that in recent years authorities have been erroneously blaming on the Zika virus.

The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) offered up clear evidence at the time showing that the combination jab can cause not only brain damage in young children, but also heart problems, meningitis, and epilepsy. Epidemiological evidence from human case studies showed that within weeks or even days of getting the Tdap shot, children developed infantile spasms and other common symptoms of microcephaly directly related to the vaccine. Continue reading “Government document confirms vaccine link to microcephaly”