Antidepressants – Tied to Significant Increase in Risk for Death

According to a study released on September 21, 2017, researchers found that use of antidepressants is associated with an increased risk of all-cause death by at least 33%!  They are very harmful to the general population, but also much less ...
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Diabetes – A National Tragedy and Disgrace

According to a new study released by the CDC, Center for Disease Control and Prevention, in July 2017, 100 million Americans have diabetes or are pre-diabetic - and this is both a tragedy and disgrace.  Why?  Because Type 2 Diabetes ...
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Statins and the Risk of Cancer

People who met eligibility criteria for statin therpay had almost DOUBLE the cancer incidence of people who did not meet criteria for the lipid-modifying agents - data from the Framingham Heart Study showed. Framingham participants eligible for statin therapy had ...
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Ketone Metabolism – A New Approach to Alzheimer’s

A session, dedicated to the topic of brain ketone metabolism and ketogenic interventions was held during the recent Alzheimer's Assocation International Conference (AAIC) 2017, with new clinical data showing some exciting preliminary observations. Alzheimer's disease causes the brain to lose ...
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Depression – Linked to High Sugar Intake

According to a new study published in the journal Scientific Reports, there is a strong association between the amount of sugar a man consumes and an increased risk of depression.  Dr. Anika Knuppel from the Department of Epidemiology and Public ...
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Third Leading Cause of Death in USA

In 1999, a study was published, stating that "medical errors", cause an estimated 100,000 unnecessary deaths in the US - EVERY YEAR! However, a new, more sophisticated study is being published by Dr. Martin Makary, a professor of surgery and ...
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Proton Pump Inhibitors – Really?

Did you know that almost all human health comes from the gut or gastrointestinal system?  What you eat has a tremendous impact on your health, but for many individuals, even if they try to eat healthy foods, they still feel ...
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Poor Diet is Killing Americans

March 9, 2017 - Is this real News?  Apparently, to some people it is, but what people are eating - or are not eating - is KILLING them!  A new research report just released demonstrates that a low intake of ...
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Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) – Are you concerned about your long term – mental health?

In the January 17 edition of JAMA Neurology, Dr. Hussein Yassine, demonstrated that high doses of a particular Omega 3 fatty acid, DHA, is linked to LESS progression of AD, especially in individuals who are carriers of the APO E ...
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Vitamin K-2 and Cardiovascular Disease

A week doesn't pass, that I don't get questions about Cardiovascular Disease, High Blood Pressure and other similar diseases. So while doing some research on another issue, I found this article/study, from way back in November 2004. It is a ...
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Hold the Copper: Accelerated Mental Decline and Other Risks of a Diet Too High in Copper

Copper is an essential trace mineral in the body, and is more abundant in humans than all but two other trace minerals (iron and zinc). Its primary role is to help enzymes function properly, which means it’s involved in a ...
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Drugs with Potentially Psychotic Side Effects: Which Ones are They (& Who Deserves to Know)?

Drugs with Potentially Psychotic Side Effects: Which Ones are They (& Who Deserves to Know)? by http://www.SixWise.com During a six-week span in 2002, four soldiers from Fort Bragg were accused of killing their wives. Three of them committed suicide. While ...
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Top 10 Foods to Help you Fight High Cholesterol

10 Top Foods to Help You Fight High Cholesterol Close to 107 million U.S. adults have cholesterol levels of 200 mg/dL or higher, a level that the American Heart Association says increases the risk of heart disease and stroke. At ...
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Good Fats to Feel Better Vs. Fats Causing Depression and Heart Disease Why Even Skinny People Need to Know Their Fats!

Many Americans are under the impression that “fats” is a four-letter word … a substance that must be shunned in your diet if you want to stay thin and avoid heart disease and other health issues. But this misguided nutritional ...
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Licorice: The Hardest Working Herb?

Licorice—the root that flavors popular candies has properties that go far beyond sweetness and flavor. It seems to be helpful for such a wide variety of health concerns that it belongs in your supplement drawer or medicine cabinet even more ...
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21 Things you should know about Essential Oils

Essential oils are not really oils. They do not contain the fatty acids that constitute what we would consider an actual oil. Valerie Gennari Cooksley, author of Aromatherapy: Soothing Remedies to Restore, Rejuvenate and Heal defines essential oils as “highly ...
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Is it better to exercise to music?

Exercise can help prevent heart disease, stroke, diabetes and cancer, plus it may: Lower blood pressure Promote healthy blood sugar levels Boost the immune system Increase levels of HDL (good) cholesterol Improve your mood and lower your chances of depression ...
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What is Gluten?

Gluten refers to the proteins found in wheat endosperm (a type of tissue produced in seeds that’s ground to make flour). Gluten both nourishes plant embryos during germination and later affects the elasticity of dough, which in turn affects the ...
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Cindy’s Success Story

Cindy was a long time patient that I had been successfully treating for a variety of muscular-skeletal conditions for several years.  She was a compliant patient and had always responded very well to my treatments.  However as life chances, so ...
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Judy’s Story

Judy first came to see me because she felt miserable over her entire body.  She had been to numerous doctors with very vague complaints like fatigue, upset stomach, cold hands and feet, brain fog, low energy, thinning hair, almost no ...
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