Dr. Garry Gordon Discusses EDTA Oral Chelation Therapy

“I haven’t had to send one patient to a heart surgeon for the past 10 years.” — Dr. Garry F. Gordon, world-renown expert on chelation therapy, anti-aging, nutrition, mineral metabolism, and alternative and preventive therapies, has exhaustively researched the more than 7,000 books and articles on EDTA written in the past 50 years. Dr. Gordon … Continue reading Dr. Garry Gordon Discusses EDTA Oral Chelation Therapy

Top Tips & Must-Dos for Keto Over 40

Source: Top Tips & Must-Dos for Keto Over 40 by Dr. Edward Group If you've been aware of the keto diet out there, you know that it's a very trendy topic. However, there is a lot of misinformation out there. So tune in and I'm going to be revealing a lot of the things that most … Continue reading Top Tips & Must-Dos for Keto Over 40

Bicarbonate & Magnesium – Medical Baths

I could have called this book Therapeutic Bicarbonate Magnesium Baths but I chose the word medical to distinguish the difference between something calming, soothing and gradually therapeutic and what I am going to stress in this book – a stronger kind of medical intervention where we are looking for immediate effects as we would in an emergency room. As such, … Continue reading Bicarbonate & Magnesium – Medical Baths

Could a New Epigenetic Blood Test Predict Your Risk of Type 2 Diabetes?

Diabetes is a disease characterized by the body’s inability to properly use insulin and it affects over 29 million Americans. With new epigenetic research, however, the disease may be mitigated with a simple blood test that offers early knowledge and the possibility for pre-emptive lifestyle management. Lund University researchers in Sweden published their study in Nature Communications, … Continue reading Could a New Epigenetic Blood Test Predict Your Risk of Type 2 Diabetes?

Epigenetic Marks Found In Blood Test Could Help Save Diabetics

Type 2 diabetes is a chronic illness in which a person’s body cannot produce enough insulin to process blood sugar in a healthy way. It affects millions of people all over the world, and it can be a debilitating and even deadly disease if not properly managed. The inability to metabolize glucose can lead to … Continue reading Epigenetic Marks Found In Blood Test Could Help Save Diabetics

Delicious Iced Chai Latte Recipe

Source: Delicious Iced Chai Latte Recipe by Dr. Edward Group If you're a heavy coffee drinker, consider trading it for tea instead. Tea can provide a huge array of health benefits and, if it's the caffeine you must have, may be a more "mild" substitute. Here's a recipe for a favorite of mine, a vegan-friendly, iced chai … Continue reading Delicious Iced Chai Latte Recipe

The 10 Best Ways to Find Happiness in the New Year

Source: The 10 Best Ways to Find Happiness in the New Year by Dr. Edward Group As the holiday season winds down and the calendar switches to a new year, it’s natural to take stock of where you are and what you can improve in your life. It’s no surprise that many people have the same … Continue reading The 10 Best Ways to Find Happiness in the New Year

A Mother’s Behavior Could Epigenetically Impact Infant Oxytocin Levels

“Nature vs. nurture” is an argument as old as time, and understanding how “nature” is expressed and how “nurture” carries lasting effects in individuals is important in determining health outcomes later in life, especially when it comes to the bond shared between a mother and her child. As we know, when a mother breastfeeds her child, she … Continue reading A Mother’s Behavior Could Epigenetically Impact Infant Oxytocin Levels

Recipe: Indian Korma Curry With Moringa Leaves

Source: Recipe: Indian Korma Curry With Moringa Leaves by Dr. Edward Group While most of us in the Western world know moringa as a health food supplement or "superfood," its leaves are so protein-rich and nutrient-dense that experts use it to alleviate undernutrition in parts of the world! Leaves of Moringa oleifera, also known as the drumstick … Continue reading Recipe: Indian Korma Curry With Moringa Leaves

Immune System: Crash Course

The immune system’s responses begin with physical barriers like skin and mucous membranes, and when they’re not enough, there are phagocytes -- the neutrophils and macrophages. It also features the awesomely named natural killer cells and the inflammatory response, and we'll explain how all of these elements work together to save the day if you … Continue reading Immune System: Crash Course