Difficulty sleeping, both in falling asleep and in staying asleep may be related to a vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D, also known as the sunshine vitamin, is made by the body in response to exposure to UV light. During the winter, vitamin D levels fall as the length of the day shortens and people wear...Read More
One of the biggest problems that I commonly see in practice is either frank or subclinical magnesium deficiency. Magnesium deficiency can cause high blood pressure, muscle tension/pain/spasm, anxiety/depression, as well as a number of other maladies. Diagnosing magnesium deficiency is often somewhat tricky, as there are no readily accessible, reliable tests that measure the body’s...Read More
Speeding Up Recovery Time For most people, recovering from a broken bone is an exercise in patience. For an active person, being told that you have to significantly reduce or cease activity in order to let the bone heal is equivalent to torture. However, there are a few things you can do to help speed...Read More
Attacks on Supplements? Courtesy of the Alliance for Natural Health – Feb 11, 2014 By now anyone not living in a cave has heard the message loud and clear: don’t use supplements. Either they are a harmless waste of money, or they’re a harmful threat to your health (note that these points are contradictory). This...Read More
Buying Vitamins Never buy vitamins at discount stores, supermarkets, or drug stores. These brands are nearly all made by major drug companies, and even if you don’t buy the idea that they have conflict in keeping you well, when they make all their money selling you drugs when you are ill, then understand that in...Read More
Your Biota? Your biota is the load of bacterial, viral and fungal organisms always growing in your system. Remember that when a baby is born, s/he suddenly becomes a culture for all kinds of organisms to start growing on, and inside him/her. A normal adult actually has more bacterial cells in their digestive tract then human...Read More
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