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Cancer Diet Recomendations

Published February 17th, 2008 in Cancer & Immune Support Therapies

Cancer Diet Recomendations JOHNS HOPKINS Cancer Diet Recommendations 1.   Every person has cancer cells in the body.  These cancer cells do not show up in the standard tests until they have multiplied to a few billion.  When doctors tell cancer patients that there are no more cancer cells in their bodies after treatment, it […]


Dietary Guidelines for Children with ADD/ADHD

Published February 17th, 2008 in Children's Health

Dietary Guidelines for Children with ADD/ADHD Linda Rector Page N.D. Ph.D. New research is supporting diet/behavior connection in children. (Adults, too, for that matter.) According to the current issue of *Total Health Magazine*, nutritional factors such as food sensitivities/allergies and fatty acid deficiencies have all been linked to ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). Here are […]


Hypothyroidism

Published February 17th, 2008 in Hormones for His & Her Health

Hypothyroidism Joseph Pizzorono, N.D. Insufficient thyroid hormone, either by decreased production or increased breakdown, is known as hypothyroidism. Symptoms: Fatigue, weight gain, slowed heart rate, constipation, irritability, sensitivity to cold, mental depression, slowness or slurring of speech, drooping and swollen eyes, swollen face, recurrent infections, increase in allergic reaction, headaches, hair loss, brittleness of hair, […]


DIETARY AND SUPPLEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MENOPAUSE AND BONE HEALTH

Published February 17th, 2008 in Hormones for His & Her Health

DIETARY AND SUPPLEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MENOPAUSE AND BONE HEALTH By Tammera J. Karr, MSHN, CNC, CNW The increased use of soy foods is subject to soy intolerances and thyroid health and function. If soy is not an option because of these concerns there are still plenty of foods to help with estrogen dominance and to […]


The Immune System – Our Best Protection Against Disease

Published February 17th, 2008 in Alternative Perspective

The Immune System – Our Best Protection Against Disease Ray Fisch, C.H. The human body contains a miraculous healing machine called the immune system, which defends us from parasites, bacteria, toxins, and viruses. It does this work by sending more than 130 types of white blood cells circulating through our bloodstream to identify, lock onto, […]


Is There Any Use for Nontraditional or Alternative Therapies in Patients with Chronic Liver Disease?

Published December 27th, 2007 in Liver Health

Is There Any Use for Nontraditional or Alternative Therapies in Patients with Chronic Liver Disease? by Nathan M. Bass, MD, PhD Is There Any Use for Nontraditional or Alternative Therapies in Patients with Chronic Liver Disease? by Nathan M. Bass, MD, PhD There has been a substantial increase in the use of so-called complementary and […]


Childhood Obesity

Published December 26th, 2007 in Children's Health

Childhood Obesity By Herb Joiner-Bey, ND And Laura Casanova One and five American children are overweight.  Obesity is a major health issue for adults, it is even more of a problem for today’s children because over for weight children tend to become overweight adults.  Considering the problem that obesity can cause, such as heart disease […]


What Happens With Celiac Disease

Published December 26th, 2007 in Allergies

What Happens With Celiac Disease When individuals with CD ingest gluten, the villi, tiny hair-like projections in the small intestine that absorb nutrients from food, are damaged.  This is due to an immunological reaction to gluten.  Damaged villi do not effectively absorb basic nutrients — proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals, and, in some cases, water […]


Dentists Alerted To Fluorid’s Health Damage

Published December 26th, 2007 in Heavy Metal and Chemical Toxicity

Dentists Alerted to Fluoride’s Health Damage in Journal of American Dental Association Dentists Rarely Admit Fluoride’s Adverse Effects New York (PRWEB) February 12, 2005 — “The combination of gastric problems, difficulty in swallowing, leg muscle pain, and pain in the knee and hip joints is a key indicator of fluoride toxicity, and patients using high-concentration […]


Hormone Imbalance

Published December 26th, 2007 in Just for Women

Hormone Imbalance by ZRT Lab How do I determine whether my hormones are balanced? To get a general idea of whether or not your hormones are balanced, you can take a quick self-test by clicking on the “Determine Symptoms” link on our website. Fill in those symptoms you are currently experiencing to see if they […]


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