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Old 06-01-2013, 11:22 AM #1
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Default Sherry Rogers, M.D., new book on diabetes

Sherry Rogers was the guest this morning on Martie Whitikin's radio program, "Healthy by Nature." They discussed her new book, "How to Cure Diabetes" which is available from Prestige Publishing.com (as well as all 21 of her books) and also from Amazon. $23.95 is the price from both places.

She is 70 years old now, still playing tennis, no gray hair, and will do telephone conferences, 800,846-6687. She said there is a cure for everything (I wish she'd work on pn!) Martie commented that she is the smartest woman she knows.
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Getting gray hair and at what age is largely due to your genes. It's largely genetic. Everything I've read says so. And playing tennis in your 70's surely means how you have aged as well. And whether you have some disease limiting you a lot. Some do and some don't and that's true of a lot of things. JMO
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A new study has found what causes gray hair:

http://shine.yahoo.com/healthy-livin...133700194.html
We may see big changes soon in hair dye use!

Also good folate levels tend to prolong the eventual graying process.
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Good article. I never had any signs of gray hair til my early 50's and it was silver gray signs. Now much later I have silver gray hair and I wouldn't think of dying it. It was an all over thing and not those streaks and patches some people get. I know plenty of people who just "have" to dye their hair. Not me and never planned to. And I might add that my silver gray hair brings plenty of compliments. I also know people who have white hair (their gray hair turned white) and it is really pretty as well. To each his own I guess. I have plenty of more important things to deal with.
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A cure for diabetes? And for such a small price too!!!! WOW. Why isn't this plastered all over the major news outlets????

Just another get rich snake oil sales pitch. She, and others of her kind should loose their licenses.
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