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The Pelton's Take On Health & Longevity
The Glue That Binds
It was a headstand that caught Taffy Clarke's eye. She was looking out the window of her sister's San Diego home one afternoon when she saw Ross Pelton, a neighbor she'd run into occasionally but hadn't paid too much attention to, practicing his yoga.
"I saw him standing upside down on his head and I thought 'Who is this man?'," she remembers of that encounter 13 years ago. "I went tromping downstairs to meet him, and he was fit and strong and had this aura about him, and that was the beginning."
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An Interview With Ross Pelton
We’re a nation of pill-takers. Last year, we Americans spent over 125 billion dollars on prescription drugs. More than 70% of doctor visits result in a prescription. And if the doctor doesn’t prescribe the pills, we supply them ourselves through over-the-counter medications and nostrums. The only problem is, many of the common medicines we’re taking can result in nutritional depletion caused by the drug itself. Of the 1999 list of the top 20 drugs, 16 of the drugs are drugs that cause nutrient depletions. The result? Side-effects, both annoying and potentially serious, from the nutritional deficiencies.> View Full Post