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It’s the time of the month that so many women dread, the PMS days. For some, premenstrual syndrome is simply an irritating inconvenience, but for others it is a cause of extreme suffering.
Undiagnosed allergies can produce symptoms, illnesses, even chronic diseases like migraine headache, backache, asthma etc. These can affect every system and organ in the body.
Two of the most overlooked causes of many health challenges is heavy metal toxicity and mineral deficiencies. Heavy metals are metals your body can’t use and actually cause damage to your tissues.
Recently a patient came into the clinic with a bullseye rash from a recent tick bite. Since the bite and rash occurred over the weekend, she immediately went to the closest urgent care facility and was given a prescription for antibiotics.
The adrenal glands are two walnut-sized glands that sit atop the kidneys that can make the difference between being bouncy and energetic or run down and burned out.
Ketogenic diets are the latest diet fad that you’ve probably heard a great deal about. These diets rely on low-carb foods to help you drop the weight. And they work.
You probably already know that stress is a killer. Just about every major disease has stress as one of its contributing factors. Whether it’s heart disease, cancer, or memory loss, stress can cause it or make it worse.
Individuals with ideal hormone balance clearly have a BIG advantage over those who don’t. And many don’t realize that they have low hormones.
You may have heard that eating meat can increase your risk of heart disease. But what if the real culprit wasn’t meat after all? Well, a new study suggests meat isn’t the heart gremlin some people thought it was.
Are you often wide awake in the wee hours of the morning, with your mind racing, but then dead tired in a near coma in the late afternoon? This maddening cycle of not sleeping well and then too tired at inconvenient hours can be improved by ...
When most people get their hormones tested, they use the typical laboratory blood tests. They assume – as does their doctor – that these tests are the best way to diagnose a hormone deficiency.
Wouldn’t it be great to experience joints that moved as well as they did when we were young? What if there was a way to help our brain function as well as it did when we were in our 20s?