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About The Institute for Natural Healing

The Institute for Natural Healing, found online at InstituteForNaturalHealing.com, is a website which specializes in a variety of areas of health and wellness, including information and supplements for sale.

Angela Salerno, the publisher of the INH Health Watch monthly newsletter, says that the mission of The Institute for Natural Healing to give you the latest research and the newest natural solutions that you need to have robust health for the rest of your life. 

The focus of this organization is to provide their readers and viewers with natural alternatives to traditional medicinal practices, so that their customers can both prevent and treat illnesses or conditions on their own terms.

In addition to their monthly newsletter, INH also supplies their members with the opportunity to purchase premium reports on a wide variety of subjects, including one that has now become well known.

Extreme Healing: Seven Weapons to Wipe Out Cancer - Naturally is a report they publish which offers information on natural foods and ingredients which they say work as a sort of alternative cancer cure or treatment option.

They also offer premium reports that can help sufferers of arthritis, heart disease, and prostate issues, as well as reports that can help with natural solutions for fat burning and alternatives to the Top Ten Dangerous Pharmaceutical Drugs.

The Premium Reports cost around $24.95 each depending on which report you would like to order. Purchasing any report automatically gives you access to their monthly newsletter which will be delivered to you on a regular basis. You can also choose to sign up for their newsletter without purchasing anything just by submitting your email address.

Customers with questions can contact them at their mailing address, PO Box 960 Frederick, MD 21705 USA, or their Customer Service phone number, (800) 818-7209, or by submitting your questions or comments directly to their website through their "Contact Us" link.

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January12, 2019

Scammers Beware. When ordering I informed them I did not want a subscription but would try there product 1x

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Vegetarian Diet Doesn’t Help Your Heart, Study Finds



November4, 2016

You recently posted an article on the "myth" that a vegetarian diet is a good preventer of heart disease. We all know that research is only as good as the test subjects it collects from. These studies base their evidence on the data collected from random subjects. You cannot effectively release a study about vegetarians without knowing what type of vegetarians they are; ie. ovo-lacto, pescetarian, pollotarian, etc. A vegetarian like me who is conscious about what I put in my body v.s. a vegetarian who lives on cheese pizza and coke will have two very different outcomes in a study. I ensure that my diet is balanced with omega-3 rich grains, nuts and oils. I ensure I get a balance of iron rich leafy vegetables, legumes and other vegetables. I ensure my proteins come from healthy plant based sources and that I introduce B-vitamin rich foods to supplement from the loss of B-vitamins in meat. I also exercise regularly, incorporating strength training between my cardio days. Obviously there are more factors than just my diet that are working in my favor, however, a proper vegetarian diet compared to a proper meat diet is going to have less saturated and trans fats, which deposit plaque on arteries, which is one cause of heart disease. If the people in the study did not get heart disease, then they just didn't get it. That doesn't mean their diet didn't put them at risk. These studies are obviously inflated to produce a reaction for a specific demographic of people. It's always about money, so either the big food companies gave a payoff for this article, or it was for the benefit of selling some herbal supplement. Either way, I disagree with the findings, and am happy to hand over the paleo diet to those who are slowly destroying our ecosystems on an unsustainable food source...animals. Unsustainable due to the fact that Americans eat and waste far too much meat than our planet can sustain.

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Do you monitor your offers?



May8, 2016

I am a 57 year old woman, and today I received an offer for some kind of "sex trick" so that I could wow my "wife" in the bedroom. Really? Don't you even monitor what you send out to people, or have any clue as to who you're sending particular "offers" to ? Or do you really think "Mary Green" is a man with a wife? Wake up. I am a woman. Very sloppy marketing department you have there.

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May 16, 2016

Dear Mary,

We do our best to provide content and offers that we know appeal to our audience as a whole. And while we try to control for as many factors as we possibly can, unfortunately things like this do sometimes happen. We apologize for this oversight. And hope that you will continue to enjoy our free content.

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INH Research

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