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Broccoli and Your Brain

Broccoli and Your Brain It is no secret that green vegetables are beneficial for our health. They are powerhouses of nutrition, and as such are therapeutic for preventing disease. Recent studies Read More

Osgood Schlatter Disease

Osgood Schlatter Disease Osgood Schlatter Disease is not actually a disease, but rather an irritation, inflammation and possible avulsion оf the insertion оf patellar tendon at the growth plate attachment to the tibia (shin bone).  You will notice Read More

Acne: is Diet a Factor?

Acne: is Diet a Factor?  Acne is a multi-factorial disorder that appears during our greatest hormonal peak: adolescence. This is an inflammatory skin disease where the sebaceous follicles, which produce our skin's Read More

What is the cause of Autoimmunity?

What is the cause of Autoimmunity? The function of the immune system is to defend our body against disease and infection. Our immune system like any other system in our body Read More

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Sucks!

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Sucks! Chronic Fatigue Sucks! Your energy is in the dumps and sleeping doesn’t have the same effect. Your mood is but few doctors can tell you why you Read More

The Zinc Taste Test - from Standard Process

from Standard Process The Zinc Taste Test  Zinc is an essential trace element. It is one of the most important trace elements needed by the body. Of the many hundreds of protein Read More

6 reasons why you need Stomach Acid (HCL)

It is important to maintain a healthy volume of acid in the stomach because of the various important roles it plays in our body including: Important for Protein Digestion HCL starts the Read More

10 Reasons You Need Zinc

Zinc is an essential trace element that plays a vital role in many biochemical reactions in the body. Many enzyme systems and hormones depend on Zinc for their function. However, Read More

Autistic Spectrum Disorder and Heavy Metals

There are numerous studies, spanning several decades, in which high levels of heavy metals are found in autistic spectrum disorder children, ASD. Mercury and lead top the list. Additionally, ASD Read More

Vigorous Exercise May Help Relieve Hot Flashes

Vigorous Exercise May Help Relieve Hot Flashes If hot flashes are an uncomfortable part of your menopausal journey, research reported by the New York Times may provide relief: two studies found that, by Read More

Probiotics: so many health benefits! (part 1)

Probiotics: so many health benefits!  (part 1) #1: Probiotics help get rid of bad bacteria! Our bowel movements are 60-80% of dead bacteria. Sort of gross I know, but don’t you want Read More

Understanding Your Shoulder

Your shoulder is your most mobile extremity and also one of your most vulnerable. All athletes require smooth and flawless shoulder articulation to excel at their sport. Having been a Read More

Is Your Posture Killing You?

Good posture is all about displaying that graceful curve of the back but most people tend to lose good posture once they get older due to bad habits like slouching Read More

Can Migraines cause Brain Damage?

Recent research published in the Journal of the American headache Society reports that people with frequent migraine headaches or a long history of migraines are at an increased risk of Read More

Toxicity in Baby Food?

Every уеаr, we lеаrn mоrе аnd mоrе аbоut thе hоrrоrѕ of рrосеѕѕеd foods. We hеаr about ѕhосking ingredients аnd chemicals thаt аrе fоund in соmmоn fооdѕ that many of uѕ Read More

Common Medications that Deplete Essential Nutrients

It is well known that pharmaceutical medications cause side effects, what is not known is that many medications strip you of vital minerals and vitamins as they pass through your Read More

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