21. June 2011 16:00
Over the counter (OTC) supplements are laced with toxins. The FDA labels OTC supplements as “food,” so there is no quality control over them. Excessive amounts of lead, aluminum and other toxins have been found in many supplements. Fish oil supplements are especially dangerous due to the... [More]
17. June 2011 08:27
If taken in the incorrect form, supplements may have adverse side effects. For example, take the well-known supplement, Folate. Most people do not realize that folic acid is a synthetic oxidized folate which may leave you vulnerable to Folate deficiency and pose potential health risks. Yet fol... [More]
14. June 2011 12:30
The key to living a long, healthy life is dependent upon providing nutrients to our cells while protecting them from toxins. Our diet cannot provide the nutrients our cells need, however. For example, if you need one thousand milligrams of vitamin C, you would have to eat twenty oranges. If you need... [More]
13. June 2011 07:00
Research into the link between homocysteine blood levels and cardiovascular events is turning out to be a hot topic in the medical research community and has provided us with yet another glimpse into the importance of supplementing our diets with omega-3 fatty acids. In the most recent s... [More]
23. May 2011 06:18
Is human growth hormone (HGH) right for you? Ask yourself these questions:
1. Do you have increased fat around the waist?
2. Was your puberty delayed?
3. Do you have low energy levels?
17. May 2011 11:41
What if we told you that you could extend your life to 100 years or more, and in better health than you are right now? For those of you who are already experiencing the effects of premature aging, what if we told you that it could be possible for you to look and feel 20 years younger and stay ... [More]
5. May 2011 14:39
Hormones can be thought of as "messengers" that are produced by the endocrine glands and then sent all over the body to stimulate specified activities. For example, growth, digestion, reproduction, and sexual functions are triggered by hormones.
As its name suggests, human growth hormone (HGH) is an... [More]
25. April 2011 08:33
How are allergies treated?
Our physicians use a treatment called Sublingual Immunotherapy, or SLIT. Simply put, it is fighting fire with fire. We give a sublingual dose of the offending substance, causing a buildup of IgG, an antibody that blocks the allergy reaction. This is known as an Immun... [More]
11. April 2011 08:13
Help is available. There are laboratory tests designed to evaluate your body’s immune response to food and environmental substances. You can even test possible sources of delayed reactions, such as hidden allergies and allergies that lurk for hours or even days before becoming... [More]
4. April 2011 08:33
Allergic reactions are a chain of defensive physical reactions in the body. They occur when your immune system – sometimes mistakenly – targets a substance as an invading organism. Food and environmental allergies unleash a wide range of symptoms that affect virtually every part of your ... [More]