Cancer, Sulfur, Garlic & Glutathione

What do garlic and glutathione have in common? Sulfur! Sulfur is commonly used in Asia as an herbal medicine to treat inflammation and cancer. Organic sulfur has been studied on oral and other cancers and has been found to have remarkable benefit in anti-cancer therapy.[1] Sulfur is an essential element for all life, and is widely used … Continue reading Cancer, Sulfur, Garlic & Glutathione

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Vagus Nerve – Inflammation – Heart Rate Variability

In the brilliant scientific paper, ‘The pulse of inflammation: heart rate variability, the cholinergic anti-inflammatory pathway and implications for therapy,’ Dr. Jared M. Huston, Department of Surgery, Stony Brook University Medical Center discovered a neural control circuit that acts to keep the body’s cytokine production, and therefore inflammatory response, in check.[1] During the 1990s, the … Continue reading Vagus Nerve – Inflammation – Heart Rate Variability

Iodine Deficiency Symptoms

The analysis of “National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys” data of moderate to severe iodine deficiency is present now in a significant proportion of the U.S. population, with a clear increasing trend over the past 20 years, caused by reduced iodized table salt usage.[1] Along with magnesium and selenium, iodine is one of the most … Continue reading Iodine Deficiency Symptoms

Harnessing Epigenetics to Prevent the Immune System from Attacking Itself

Cannabidiol and Magnesium Help Treats Diabetes. As the weather gets cooler and winter begins to set in, we’re reminded that the immune system is our first line of defense against foreign pathogens and helps prevent us from getting sick. The immune system is comprised of different types of cells that are able to recognize and … Continue reading Harnessing Epigenetics to Prevent the Immune System from Attacking Itself

Stop the 5 Causes of Inflammation: FAST!

There are 5 main things that cause inflammation or are related to inflammation. Food allergies Hormones Gallbladder Old Injuries Lack of K2 and D3 Related Post Eat These 8 Foods to Help Beat RA Inflammation 6 Healthy Foods that Cause Inflammation Blood & Liver Cleansing Mom’s Exposure to Microbes Lowers Allergies in Kids

Cutting Calories May Boost Aging Brains

Eating less to remember more might become a new prescription for some elderly people, German researchers say. They found that memory and thinking skills improved among healthy, overweight subjects who cut their calorie intake by 30 percent over a three-month period. If further research supports this conclusion, "from a public health point of view, you … Continue reading Cutting Calories May Boost Aging Brains

Book review: Doctors Are More Harmful Than Germs by Dr. Harvey Bigelsen M.D

Most people would consider a knife wound to the stomach a serious health risk, but a similar scalpel wound in an operating room is often shrugged off. In Doctors Are More Harmful Than Germs, Dr. Harvey Bigelsen explains how today’s medical doctors overprescribe surgery and ignore its long-term health implications. Any invasive medical procedure, he … Continue reading Book review: Doctors Are More Harmful Than Germs by Dr. Harvey Bigelsen M.D

Bloated Stomach: What Causes Bloating?

Source: Bloated Stomach: What Causes Bloating? by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM  Bloating is caused by gas or air trapped in the abdomen and can cause mild to severe discomfort. Extreme cases can cause difficulty eating or breathing. Although bloating can be a signal that something is amiss in your diet or digestive tract, … Continue reading Bloated Stomach: What Causes Bloating?

How Pet Dander Impacts Lung and Sinus Health

Source: How Pet Dander Impacts Lung and Sinus Health by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM  While it’s safe to say we love our pets, we might not feel the same way about their dander. An allergy to dander (the dead skin pets shed) is common, yet understanding and finding relief from pet allergies is a little … Continue reading How Pet Dander Impacts Lung and Sinus Health

5 Ways to Approach Ulcerative Colitis

Considering that 18% of persons with ulcerative colitis suffer from an active form of the disease, and 30% of those patients need a colostomy within 10 years of diagnosis, it’s no surprise that treatment can be quite challenging. [1]Factors such as the timing of identification, environmental elements influencing the colon, and side effects have lead researchers … Continue reading 5 Ways to Approach Ulcerative Colitis