Newsletters from IAS

Newsletter 4 - Fall 2007

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Cardio-Check, the non-invasive diagnostic breakthrough for measuring how hard your arteries are – the factor most important in determining the risk of a heart attack or stoke.

Learn about the special supplements Pyridoxamine and Aminoguanidine that have been tested alongside Cardio-Check and shown to improve arterial condition fast!

Save 15% on the world’s finest melatonin – formulated by Walter Pierpaoli, M.D.

Rid your body of toxins and reduce the burdens on your system.

Save $20 on a pack of Tamiflu.

Learn about the danagers of mercury and teeth amalgams.

Support your joints and bones to ensure their strength and condition.

Get a FREE Pyridoxamine worth $19.99 with ur cardiovascular pack.

Learn which form of DHEA does not raise testosterone levels.

Start to protect yourself now against forthcoming winter infections.

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Newsletter 3 - Summer 2007

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A new study that highlights advanced macular degeneration can be halted and reversed!

$300 off your long-weekend ticket to the London Antiaging Conference this September.

How to ease the effects of your allergies and get a pack of Zirtec (Zyrtek) absolutely free!

Learn about the world’s best selling smart drug for ADD.

How to protect your skin this summer and save $5 on all the unique skin creams designed by Germany’s leading dermatologist- Dr. John Ionescu Slim and shape, Solaris and Energo

The latest leading methods for weight loss & control.

Details on a new drug trial for an antidepressant that may also be a breakthrough for fibromyalgia and lupus.

The revolution taking place to treat narcolepsy and cataplexy.

Discover the herbal extract that fights malaria and is recognised by the WHO as better than existing anti-malaria drugs.

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Newsletter 2 - Spring 2007

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Krill - The new “fish” oil with improved benefits.

Thyroid - The under diagnosed epidemic affecting nearly 40% of the adult population.

Hydergine - The molecule that can help to rebalance the endocrine system.

Pramiracetam - The world’s most potent antioxidant.

Cellstat Plus - The natural anti-heart attack, anti-cancer duo.

Esnatri - The estrogen cream formulated by Dr. Jonathan Wright.

Hycol - The world’s first absorbable collagen for joint and skin health.

Centrophenoxine - Dr. Imre Zs.-Nagy’s memory agent.

Deprenyl - The Parkinson’s drug considered to be a key antiaging medicine.

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Newsletter 1 December 2006

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Acomlia, the first innovative weight loss drug for 10-years

Preparing your immune system for winter

Advances in the treatment of cataracts and other eye disorders

How to inhibit your AGE's

The world's number 1 'smart drug'

A major breakthrough for skin cancers - Watch our BEC skin cancer video

Plus...15 special offers to celebrate 15 special years

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IAS AWARDED CMA APPROVED SUPPLIER STATUS

IAS is delighted to have been awarded the prestigious Complimentary Medical Association (CMA) Approved Supplier Status.

In an effort to continue to highlight and reward excellence within the complimentary medical profession, the CMA awards organisations that epitomize the extremely high level of ethics, service and performance customers have come to expect from the health industry.

"We are in the process of identifying a number of companies to whom we are considering awarding the status of Complimentary Medical Association Approved Supplier," said Jayney Goddard, President of the Complimentary Medical Association. "We are delighted to award IAS this status as they embody the exceptionally high standards that we believe should run throughout the complimentary medical profession."

Phil Micans, Vice President of IAS commented, "We are obviously delighted with this recognition. For any company that is considered outstanding enough to be considered for recommendation by the CMA carries a great deal of weight. The CMA has a tremendously high level of respect and kudos both in the CAM industry, the conventional medical profession and also among the general public. We are proud to be associated with them."

The CMA can be contacted at info@the-cma.org.uk or by calling +44 (0)845 129 8434

FISH OILS SHOWN TO BOOST PRE-SCHOOL LEARNING SKILLS

The learning ability of pre-school children improves significantly when they take a daily dose of fish oils, according to the first results of a new study being carried out in England.

The early-intervention trial is an extension of the Sure Start project taking place in County Durham, England and follows on from the recent ground breaking Durham Schools Trial.

In the current trial 60 children aged between 20 and 36 months have been given a daily fish oil supplement. Although the year-long trial is still at the early stages, initial findings have show positive results for the children's concentration and behavior.

"The performance of almost 60% of the children has improved dramatically," said Dr. Madeleine Portwood, educational psychologist for Durham Local Education Authority. "We saw children whose learning skills went from six months below their chronological age to age equivalent in just three months.

"Some two year-olds went from having a vocabulary of 25 single words to being able to use whole sentences, while others were able to sit down and concentrate for the first time in their lives."

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SUNSHINE MAY PROVIDE PROSTATE PROTECTION

Sun-exposed white men are less likely to get prostate cancer than their less tanned brethren, a new study shows.

That's no reason for men to recklessly sunbathe. The greater a person's lifetime sun exposure, the greater a person's risk of skin cancer. But the finding does indicate that vitamin D - which humans can get from sun exposure - protects against prostate cancer.

Also protective are genes that let some people's bodies use vitamin D more efficiently, find Esther M. John, Ph.D., of the Northern California Cancer Center; Gary G. Schwartz, Ph.D., of Wake Forest University, and colleagues.

"It's a pretty impressive finding," says Schwartz. "Men with high solar exposure had their risk of prostate cancer cut in half. This leaves us with even greater confidence that vitamin D deficiency really does increase a man's risk of prostate cancer."