Stress and Disease

Stress and Disease

Too much stress and disease are directly related. People under chronic stress get more chronic and severe viral infections. Too much stress has also been linked to: Accelerated aging Anxiety Depression Digestive problems Heart disease Sleep problems Weight gain Memory and concentration impairment There is a reason too much stress and disease are directly related. […]

Dry Needling

Dry Needling

Dry Needling is a technique that uses acupuncture needles to stimulate the body’s natural healing mechanisms both locally and systemically. Dry Needling has been applied clinically to help resolve a wide variety of sport and non-sport related injuries, pain syndromes, and other soft tissue dysfunctions in their acute and chronic stages. The Dry Needling process […]

Low Blood Pressure and Impaired Well Being

Low Blood Pressure and Impaired Well Being

Low blood pressure and impaired well being seem to be correlated, when systolic blood pressure is below 110 mmHg. Please read the following transcript to learn more. I received this email from Dr. Harry Eidenier,  Jr. today and thought it was so relevant and well explained that I decided to copy and paste the letter […]

Biotin For Eczema

Biotin For Eczema

In a case study from The Lancet, biotin for eczema was used on a 10 month old presenting with severe eczema. Topical steroids did not improve the skin. It was suspected that the child may have not been getting enough biotin, which is a b-vitamin the body needs for cell growth and metabolism of fat […]

Cancer Loves High Fructose Corn Syrup

“Researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) recently conducted a study revealing that cancer cells have a particular liking for refined fructose (high fructose corn syrup). In tests, pancreatic cancer cells quickly fed on refined fructose and used it to divide and proliferate rapidly within the body.” Click Here To Learn more

Diabetes Risk Test

Diabetes Risk Test

What is your personal risk for developing diabetes? Did you know the average American has a 1 and 3 chance of developing type 2 diabetes if they were born after 2000? Diabetes is becoming more and more prevalent as Americans’ lifestyles become more and more unhealthy. Although wellness is the new buzz word in health […]