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17
Apr

Lose Weight In An Infrared Sauna

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Having trouble lose weight? Did you know there are toxic chemicals in your body causing resistant weight loss? You can lose weight in an infrared sauna by burning calories and detoxing obesogens.

The secret is out on sauna weight loss!

An infrared sauna can help you lose weight by detoxifying the body of toxins that promote weight gain and burning calories while you relax in total comfort.

I struggled with resistant weight loss for years. Only when I began detoxing and using an infrared sauna on a regular basis was I finally able to get my weight (and health) under control.

Maintaining a healthy weight is important to your overall quality of life. That’s no secret. In fact, a 10-year study published by The New England Journal of Medicine discovered that the circumference of your waist alone is a critical factor for assessing the risk of premature death. (1)

In other words, by maintaining a healthy weight, you may be able to live a longer, healthier life, hopefully to 110!

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18
Aug

Single Infrared Heat Lamp Therapy

Single near infrared heat lamps are a simple and inexpensive, yet incredibly effective treatment for pain, muscle strains, rashes, acne and infections, including hard to reach infections of the nose, ears and sinuses.

What are Infrared Heat Lamps?
Infrared heat lamps are red-colored near infrar…

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21
Apr

Near vs. Far Infrared Saunas

Significant differences exist between near infrared versus far infrared saunas.  In my experience as a physician, the near infrared lamp sauna is a far better sauna.  At this time, I do not recommend the far infrared type of sauna at all.   Read more »

10
Jul

Infrared Saunas

Seeking to detox myself from many years of non-organic food, toxic beauty products, less than enviable lifestyle habits, and environmental pollutants, I found that infrared saunas are a must for a healthy lifestyle. You need to detoxify from the 700 industrial chemicals that are found on average in your blood. Read more »