What is Biological Terrain? The concept of Biological Terrain has its beginning in Europe. It is based largely on the clinical research of the French professor Louis Claude Vincent. I wrote an article on Biological Terrain some years ago and have been using it in my practice for quite some time. My interest was further … Continue reading Biological Terrain Revisited: Balancing Acid/Base, Oxidation Potential, and More
In this video Amy Myers, MD explains the functional medicine hormone testing that she does in her functional medicine clinic Austin UltraHealth. When we talk about risk factors for breast, uterine, ovarian and prostate cancer – it’s not what is the total amount of estrogen you have in your body but rather how you breakdown … Continue reading Functional Medicine Hormone Testing
12 Hormone-Altering Chemicals and How to Avoid Them There is no end to the tricks that endocrine disruptors can play on our bodies: increasing production of certain hormones; decreasing production of others; imitating hormones; turning one hormone into another; interfering with hormone signaling; telling cells to die prematurely; competing with essential nutrients; binding to essential … Continue reading DIRTY DOZEN ENDOCRINE DISRUPTORS
Most Mattresses on the market are full of chemicals that can pollute your bedroom air and harm your body. View all of our tips on finding a healthier mattress in EWG's Healthy Living: Home Guide: https://www.ewg.org/healthyhomeguide/... Related Post Want Natural Insulation in Your Home? The 3 Best Options Facts You Need to Know … Continue reading EWG Explains: How to select a healthier mattress
Hydrogen Medicine is a revolution that is going to sweep across the world of medicine as well as the anti-aging community. The administration of hydrogen along side of oxygen will be a turning point for patients and the practice of medicine. What will be established will stand the test of time, a pillar of truth … Continue reading Hydrogen Medicine
Christopher C. W. Leong, Naweed I. Syed and Fritz L. Lorscheider, 2001, Retrograde degeneration of neurite membrane structural integrity of nerve growth cones following in vitro exposure to mercury - Neuroreport, Vol 12 No 4, 733-737. Related Post Mercury in our Food More information on mercury toxicity The Possible Role of Mercury … Continue reading Leong, Syed and Lorscheider 2001 degeneration of neuron structures following exposure to mercury
Fascinating new research out of Drexel University suggests that restoring balance to certain epigenetic enzymes might reinstate memory and lead us closer to a potential therapy for Alzheimer’s disease. This devastating type of dementia causes issues with memory, cognition, and behavior. Could epigeneticshelp reverse symptoms and bring back cognitive abilities in those with Alzheimer’s? The … Continue reading Could We Reverse Alzheimer’s Symptoms by Restoring Epigenetic Balance?
Energy efficient light bulbs are good for the environment and your pocketbook. Learn more tips on staying healthy at home with EWG's Healthy Living: Home Guide: http://www.ewg.org/healthyhomeguide Related Post 5 Simple Tips for Going ‘Green’ Inside Your Home 6 Tips for “Going Green” Outside Your House How to Make Your Own Natural Cleaning Products 10 … Continue reading EWG Explains: How to choose the most energy efficient light bulbs
Epigenetics is the study of heritable changes in gene expression (active versus inactive genes) that do not involve changes to the underlying DNA sequence — a change in phenotype without a change in genotype — which in turn affects how cells read the genes. Epigenetic change is a regular and natural occurrence but can also … Continue reading What is Epigenetics?
Dr. Berg talks about the key foods on a ketogenic diet. We want to base this around nutrients. Vitamin C is one, so consume bell peppers, sauerkraut and lots of vegetables. Omega 3s from wild caught salmon and fatty fish is good. Then you have vitamin B1 from sunflower seeds, nutritional yeast. Potassium and magnesium … Continue reading Key Foods on a Ketogenic Diet