Saunas (July 2018)

Saunas: what they can do for your health! Saunas have historically been a strategy used in Eastern European, Asian and Scandinavian cultures for relaxation and detoxifications.  Athletes are using extreme heat of saunas for more than just pot-workout stress reduction...

DNA Testing Accuracies (May 2018)

You’ve DONE a consumer DNA Test and are concerned about the results… You have every right to be concerned, here are just some of the reasons why: Although only one company is approved to share information about medical risk for some health conditions, nearly all...

The Many Benefits of Silymarin (April 2018)

Silymarin is the active component of the herbal plant known as milk Thistle.  It has been used for centuries for various diseases to include liver disorders, gastrointestinal disorders, digestion, and has also been indicated in various illnesses of different organs...

What’s the Deal with Turmeric? (March 2018)

If you enjoy South Asian and Middle Easter cuisine, chances are you’ve come in contact with a spice called turmeric. It is one of the main ingredients in curry dishes and has a vibrant color and flavor1. One of the main reasons why turmeric has been linked to its main...

Your Ferritin might be too high if… (February 2018)

What Is Ferritin? Ferritin is a protein in the body that stores iron and releases it.  A simple blood test can determine this value for you.  When Ferritin builds up, iron overload is the result.  Over time, these excesses build up in major organs and if it is not...

Is GMO in Your Food? (December 2017)

Have you seen the scientific evidence that genetically modified foods are 100% safe with no long term health related side effects? Unfortunately, neither have we. What started out to help world hunger, has unfortunately created damage to agriculture, wild life and...

Whooping Cough (November 2017)

A common upper respiratory disease called Pertussis many often know as Whooping Cough. You may have even heard of it as the “100 day cough”? This is a lingering disease that starts off with cold-like symptoms such as runny nose, a mild fever, and maybe a cough. These...

The FAR Reaching EFFECTS of DEHYDRATION (October 2017)

At first glance a few key statistics related to water intake and composition are important to note: the human body contains roughly 11 gallons of water broken down into these fractional parts: blood is 85% water, muscle is 80% water, brain is 75% water and bones are...
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