Suppressing Fevers can lead to Chronic Disease

Suppressing fevers can leave you more susceptible to chronic disease in the future. People often see fevers as problematic, especially fevers in children. As soon as they see the fever, they get nervous and start to suppress the fever, by giving them fever-reducers when [...]

Suppressing Fevers can lead to Chronic Disease2021-12-13T04:14:43+00:00

THREE-Prong Approach to Treating Biofilms

Biofilms are a collection or community of different types of microorganisms that form together into a slimy, gluey consistency that will adhere to liquidy surface such as mucous membranes of the digestive tract. These biofilms will adhere to the lining of the digestive tract [...]

THREE-Prong Approach to Treating Biofilms2021-09-03T15:28:59+00:00

Five Causes of Fatigue

Fatigue is a common symptom that we see in our clinic. Chronic stress leads to dysregulation of the body’s stress systems, specifically the sympathetic nervous system (SNS) and the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis and this is a common cause of fatigue. Poor Nutrition or Digestion. [...]

Five Causes of Fatigue2019-07-15T01:50:08+00:00

Lipoprotein Particle Profile (LPP) Test

Conventional cholesterol testing has historically been used as the standard indicator for cardiovascular disease, often being classified as “good” HDL or “bad” LDL. Studies have indicated that it is actually the lipoprotein particles that are responsible for key steps in plaque formation and the [...]

Lipoprotein Particle Profile (LPP) Test2019-02-25T03:03:41+00:00

Is Salt Healthy?

We need to decipher between table salt and natural forms of salt. Table salt is made up of mainly sodium chloride (NaCl), it is chemically produced, bleached, and does not contain nutrients or trace minerals. Table salt lacks nutritional value. Most of the studies [...]

Is Salt Healthy?2019-02-18T04:34:08+00:00

IV Chelation and Cardiovascular Health

Research has documented numerous benefits from chelation, especially in the field of cardiovascular disease. Chelation helps to reduce the oxidative damage that initiates plaque build-up in the arteries that leads to hypertension and ischemic heart disease. Current research shows that chelation therapy increases the [...]

IV Chelation and Cardiovascular Health2019-02-11T16:43:18+00:00

Does Consuming Dietary Cholesterol Lead to High Cholesterol?

A common belief is that consuming dietary cholesterol such as butter, animal protein or eggs can raise your blood cholesterol levels. Another common belief was that high cholesterol is associated with heart disease and lead to clogged arteries. These are both “old” concepts that [...]

Does Consuming Dietary Cholesterol Lead to High Cholesterol?2019-02-04T03:16:12+00:00

Does Eating Fat Make Me Fat?

Many people believe that eating fat will make you fat and contribute to being overweight or obese. Many people think that they need to be eating “low-fat” foods. Unfortunately, “low-fat” food are filled with carbohydrates and fillers, which has led to more health problems [...]

Does Eating Fat Make Me Fat?2019-01-28T04:57:11+00:00

SIX Disruptive Effects of Heavy Metals

One major stressor on the body can be heavy metals. In our modern world, our environment, food, and water regularly expose us to these toxic metals which, over time, accumulate in our bodies and negatively impact normal cellular function. Heavy metal toxicity is an [...]

SIX Disruptive Effects of Heavy Metals2018-06-18T04:16:47+00:00

FOUR Functions of Glutathione in the Body

Glutathione is the main antioxidant in the liver. All cells can synthesize glutathione, but the highest concentration of glutathione is in the liver. Glutathione is a tripeptide composed of glutamic acid, cysteine and glycine that is needed for phase I and II detoxification in [...]

FOUR Functions of Glutathione in the Body2018-04-16T03:51:10+00:00
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