Diagnosing of erectile dysfunction

Determining the cause of erection problems is often the key to reversing them. Since both physical and psychological factors are often involved, it can be complicated to make an exact diagnosis. As part of the initial evaluation, your doctor may do the following: History taking. He may ask about your sex life, diseases you've had … Continue reading Diagnosing of erectile dysfunction

Candida Yeast Protection Program – A yeast infection?

Yeasts, tiny fungi-like organisms found on plant leaves, flowers and in soil and saltwater, assist in the decomposition and recycling of plants and algal. Yeasts also play an important role in human culture and history - imagine a world devoid of beer, wine and bread. Commercially, yeasts produce alcoholic beverages by fermenting rice, wheat, barley, … Continue reading Candida Yeast Protection Program – A yeast infection?

5 Good Reasons You Should Avoid Fluoridated Water

Source: 5 Good Reasons You Should Avoid Fluoridated Water by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM  Fluoride was originally added to water supplies back around the time of the end of World War II, but this well-intended practice to improve dental health is still around today, and more and more people are recognizing the possible … Continue reading 5 Good Reasons You Should Avoid Fluoridated Water

Iodine and Hyperthyroidism

Source: Iodine and Hyperthyroidism by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM  Your thyroid gland produces the hormones that control and regulate your metabolism. Iodine is the fuel it runs on. Too little iodine and you may experience hypothyroidism, a condition in which the thyroid does not produce enough hormones. Conversely, hyperthyroidism occurs when the thyroid produces too … Continue reading Iodine and Hyperthyroidism

Study: BPA Disrupts Prostate Health

Bisphenol-A has seen its share of media attention, and none of it has been very positive. It’s a known endocrine disruptor still being used as a softening agent in plastics. You’re probably already aware that BPA disrupts reproductive health, which is contributing to hormonal imbalance in both women and men. BPA lines many aluminum cans and … Continue reading Study: BPA Disrupts Prostate Health

BPA-Free Does NOT Mean Safe

If you’ve been practicing a healthy lifestyle, you’re probably familiar with the health dangers of BPA. Many plastic product manufacturers are now coming out with BPA-free alternatives to appease health-conscious consumers, but this may not be enough as the chemicals used to replace BPA, namely BPS and BPF, may be just as bad. Fortunately, safer alternatives exist. … Continue reading BPA-Free Does NOT Mean Safe

How Fluoride Damages Pineal Gland Health

Fluoride was originally added to the water supply sometime around the end of World War II in an effort to improve overall dental health. Despite the well wishes, no one anticipated the physical health dangers. Now, more and more people are recognizing the effects, and one of those is how it damages the pineal gland. Fluoride: … Continue reading How Fluoride Damages Pineal Gland Health

4 Natural Approaches to PCOS

I’ve been talking a lot about Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, and I even discussed 7 signs of PCOS in a recent post. Many of you are probably wondering if there are ways to approach PCOS using natural methods. While there are more natural approaches to PCOS than I’ve listed here, here are a few of the most important. … Continue reading 4 Natural Approaches to PCOS

7 Dangers of Plastic

Recently I talked about the dangers of lead and how, at one time, lead was used as heavily as plastic. Not anymore. Lead was discovered to be highly toxic and the use of it in products like paint, toys, and electronics drastically declined. There is concern now that we’re in a similar position with plastic. Let’s look … Continue reading 7 Dangers of Plastic

New Research Links BPA Exposure to High Blood Pressure

Source: New Research Links BPA Exposure to High Blood Pressure by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM  The negative health effects of BPA exposure have become regular headlines in the news. BPA, or bisphenol-A, is a chemical found in many common products, from cans and dental fillings to cash register receipts. Unfortunately, its exposure is associated … Continue reading New Research Links BPA Exposure to High Blood Pressure