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    Changing your Thinking to change your results on Hypertension
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    katurnbow posted:
    I came across this article that I believe could be on the simplest and eye opening articles to help control our weight. Dr. Mark Hymn gives great insight on how Mankind is hard wired and we can control America's epidemic of "DIABESITY"

    Really would love to hear some comments from the community

    http://drhyman.com/blog/2012/07/16/how-to-rewire-your-brain-to-end-food-cravings-2/

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