• May 24, 2016

    Men, PLEASE read the entire blog. It is very important!

    Recently we’ve had a flood of men contacting us with prostate, urinary, and sexual problems, mostly due to an enlarged prostate.  Men complain about getting up several times every night to urinate, poor sexual performance, feeling like they have to go to the bathroom all the time, hair loss, as well as many other ‘problems’ – all related to prostate problems.

    The GOOD News: One of the ‘easiest’ things to deal with, that most men suffer from, are prostate issues. This is proven in the volume of testimonies we receive from those we council with prostate issues.

    The BAD news: This...

  • April 14, 2016

    With thousands of supplements on the market, all claiming to be the best products or better than their competition, how do you know which products to choose?

    Obviously, understanding HOW the body “works”, HOW the body absorbs, takes in, and USES nutrients, and in what FORM the nutrients need to be in order to effectively be used by the body – is the key. That is our expertise.

    More than 95% of all the vitamin supplements sold in the US today are either synthetic (useless at best and harmful [read: disease causing] at worst) or very little is absorbed into your body (wasting 90% or more of what you pay for) or are not what...

  • March 9, 2016

    Considered a staple in South Asian cooking and an integral part of Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years, turmeric is finally getting the attention it deserves in the west. This powerful little spice goes way beyond adding flavor to curries and giving yellow mustard its bright color. It’s also packed with healing properties thanks to curcumin, its active ingredient. This beneficial compound turns turmeric into a nutritional powerhouse, aiding in everything from reducing the risk of heart disease to...

  • October 13, 2015

    Many people complain of a having a bad memory. Every time I hear it I wonder why his is so for that person. There are many reasons why our memory and ability to recall is less than ideal, but accepting it as part of life, or aging, isn’t one of them. Thinking there’s nothing you can do to improve it is also untrue. 

    Neurotransmitters (brain chemicals) are responsible...

  • October 7, 2015

    You may think your diet is good and healthy, but many of the foods you’re likely eating are quite high in sugar. Sugar hides behind 54 different names and lurks in many seemingly “healthy” foods. Sweet stuff is absolutely everywhere and that food companies use clever little tricks to disguise this from us when it comes to food labels. Often the Big Food companies reduce fat and calories by adding sugar and artificial flavouring.

    8 Foods That Are Hidden Sugar Bombs

    Flavored Yogurt
    All yogurts contain some sugar in the form of lactose. Flavored yogurts have so much sugar that they’...

  • September 30, 2015

    Sleep problems appear to be very complex. Even so-called sleep centres have trouble helping people. I will discuss sleep problems at a hormonal level and present ways in which such problems may be solved. The most important hormone involved in sleeping is melatonin, affecting commencement, depth and duration of sleep. 

    Throughout this article you will find the conversion of the amino acid tryptophan from food into - eventually - melatonin. As you can see, the production of melatonin is affected by the day and night rhythm, daylight, other hormones, the bowel function, exercise, vitamins, and minerals. Things may go wrong at each of these levels,...

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