Month: March 2019

Prescription Drug Coverage

Most people obtain their prescription drug coverage as a part of their overall medical insurance plan. Most medical plans include some form of prescription drug coverage, and some states actually require employers to include this coverage in the medical plans that they offer to employees. Whether purchased independently or in combination with other coverage, the available types of coverage are similar.

Traditional, or fee-for-service coverage is the most common form of prescription drug coverage. This type usually has an annual deductible amount in addition to the amount of the premiums. In general, the lower the premiums, the higher this deductible amount will be. This type of policy pays a percentage of your overall drug bill once the deductible has been met. This percentage is usually around 80%. This type of coverage usually requires you to pay for your prescriptions up front, and you are reimbursed by filing claims. Another aspect …

Copper Gluconate

A book we recently read on copper stated that copper is “one of the most important blood antioxidants and prevents the rancidity of poly-unsaturated fatty acids.”

Copper can also help keep cell membranes healthy and is “active in the storage and release of iron to form hemoglobin for red blood cells.”

Copper acts as an immune system booster, and it also plays a role in keeping nerves and bones healthy.

More potential benefits of copper gluconate include: helping reduce high cholesterol levels in humans, osteoporosis, wound healing, cardiac arrhythmia, hypoglycaemia, peripheral vascular disease, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis to name just a few.

All about Copper Gluconate
Precautions and Known Side Effects

Copper Gluconate can be toxic if taken in large excesses.
Average adults need about 2 mgs daily.

If you are a pregnant woman or nursing, or you are on any prescription medications, we advise you consult with your physician …