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Alan is retired and resides in South America. Writing is a passion which has resulted in two eBooks thus far, with more in the works. Married 47 years with 13 grandchildren, provides potential grist for the mill!

Diet And Cholesterol Have No Relation

By Alan Jarrett

In spite of a redundant number of studies, there is no conclusive evidence, either scientific or otherwise, that proves any link between diet and cholesterol. The opposite is true. The real fact is the body regulates the amount of cholesterol the liver produces based on the amount of dietary cholesterol consumed.  In other words there […]

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Alzheimers Vaccine Failure Can’t Be Sued In Court!

By Alan Jarrett

It hasn’t happened yet. The bigger question is when? Vaccines have already become a huge point of contention as it is. Imagine what might take place when a vaccine comes tom market for Alzheimers. Immunotherapy, defined as “the prevention or treatment of disease with substances that stimulate the immune response.” Work is currently in progress […]

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3 Reasons Alzheimers Runs From Virgin Coconut Oil!

By Alan Jarrett

Alzheimers has been the “Boogie Man” for many years along with Dementia. Those days are coming to an end. The greatest surprise is the drug industry can’t claim victory. That appears to belong to Mother Nature.  Advances with astounding results using an all natural fruit dumfound the experts. Tests have shown it can do for […]

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7 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Coconut Oil

By Alan Jarrett

It is a common misconception that Virgin Coconut Oil and it’s saturated fat is bad for you. Yet people all over the world are experiencing the healthy benefits of using Virgin Coconut Oil. It is actually one of the healthiest oils you can consume. Here are the top 7 reasons why you should use virgin […]

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Did You Get What You Looked For?

By Alan Jarrett

Is your glass half empty, or half full? Which glass are you looking at? Your own, or someone else’s? Does your answer tend to be influenced by anothers answer? Honestly? Just how hard is it so see the positive in every situation? Oh sure, right off the bat someone will automatically focus on what happened […]

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Do You Dare Doing What You Love

By Alan Jarrett

What do you love? That question is bound to get some interesting answers, and I’m ready for ‘em! But, there’s a catch. None of the “I love ice cream,” or “I love my Kors bag,” or any of that superficial stuff. That also goes for all the “Loves is…” quotes people love to create. See […]

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Crazy Ideas Or Genius Hard At Work

By Alan Jarrett

No one has asked me where I get inspiration to write, or how do I come up with ideas. So I asked myself and got some interesting answers. Now before this gets completely out of hand, a writer asking such questions is not at all weird or unusual. Talking to ourselves is different from those […]

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