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Posted on: June 11, 2015
Why do we get sick? My basic premise behind illness is that prolonged malfunction results in disease. What are the roles of malnutrition, allergy, toxin, tissue damage, and infection?
Deficiency disorders are old. They presented in the past as famine. Today they are cloaked in the guise of packaged and processed foods. Nutritional deprivation abounds as we drown in a sea of caloric overabundance. The introduction of white flour and high fructose corn syrup are major players in our current obesity
Posted on: May 7, 2015
Scientists studied nearly 34,000 Swedish women for 10 years to ascertain if multivitamin use would decrease the risk of developing heart attack. Compared to women without heart disease who did not take a multivitamin, women who took a daily multivitamin had 27% less chance of heart attack. The women who took other supplements (in addition to a multivitamin) had a 30% lower risk of heart attack.
In women who had a prior history of heart disease, those who took a multivitamin had a 41% lowered risk of heart attack compared to women who did not take a
Posted on: March 24, 2014
Are you looking for a way to improve your health, but not sure how to start? Why not begin with a basic foundation that includes just 5 simple lifestyle changes and a proper supplements program? You would be surprised to find that some of the most basic changes in your daily habits and routine can really take you a long way. In my practice, I have found this easy plan to be effective for myself, as well as for many of my patients:
Physical Activity: Keep things moving! Mild to moderate exercise, as little as 20-30 minutes a day, three times per