Hormones for His & Her Health

Ferritin Equation

Published April 19th, 2013

by Tammera J. Karr, PhD. BCHN. BCIH

No one knows your body and health better than you do, if you are exposed to information that empowers you in taking back control of your health, and as an informed consumer do so, the job of your primary healthcare provider just got easier, because you are [...]

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Salt Vindicated-a personal case study

Published February 27th, 2012

by Tammera J. Karr, PhD, BCHN, BCIH

In 2005, I thought I was developing hypothyroidism; I was tired, overweight, with high triglycerides, and muscle pain, all symptoms. I was eating real food, but I was under a lot of stress. Remember I have said several times over the last three years that stress is the [...]

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Broccoli ~ your best choice

Published May 18th, 2011

By Tammera J. Karr, PhD, CNC, BCIH, CNW, CNH

In the spring of 2010, I headed off to a conference required for my certifications. It is expected that they will talk about food and nutrients for the duration of the conference, but this year one food took over the presentations and programs…. Broccoli is [...]

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Cholesterol, Heart Disease & Myth

Published May 18th, 2011

By Tammera J. Karr, Ph.D, CNC, BCIH

It is my opinion and that of many others that cholesterol is one of the most heavily maligned, and over treated naturally occurring blood components in the health industry today.

What is Cholesterol?

Cholesterol is essential for all animal life; it is primarily synthesized from simpler substances within [...]

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Herbs to the Rescue – natures antibiotics

Published November 3rd, 2009

Herbs to the Rescue – natures antibiotics

By Tammera J. Karr, MSHN, CNC, CNW, CNH 2009©

It happened this week… At first you thought it was only a headache but as the day wore on your brain stopped working, the chills came on and everything began to ache. The flu – anyone of a hundred [...]

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Hypothyroidism

Published February 17th, 2008

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, [...]

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DIETARY AND SUPPLEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MENOPAUSE AND BONE HEALTH

Published February 17th, 2008

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 [...]

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