Did you know that Researchers estimate that half of the world’s population is chronically dehydrated? And in America that level rises to 75 percent of the population? These are very eye-opening statistics when we consider that so many people are sipping on sodas, tea and coffee almost all day long. However, without the adequate hydration of pure and clean water your body’s biochemical and electrical processes quickly begin to break down.
Sunday, November 6, 2011
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) is one of the 13 vitamins our body must have for good health and wellness. It is not only essential for the production of red blood cells but also supports the protection of a healthy nervous system. It is also an essential element in the construction of our DNA. B12 deficiency damages the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, and nerves of the eye.
Monday, September 26, 2011
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Who would ever think that the bite of a poppyseed sized tick could wreck so much havoc on the body? A tick that is now believed to contain many other bacteria organisms causing people to have a myraid of symptoms that quickly evolve into chronic disease. Who would have ever guessed this little critter known as the deer tick would be the source of a very mysterious and debilatating disease? A disease with symptoms overlapping those of many other diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome to name a few. The disease? Lyme Disease.
Monday, August 15, 2011
Summer is quickly coming to an end and soon it will be time to send your children back to school or off to college. By the middle of August a flurry of preparation for students and parents is in full swing. New backpacks, new school supplies, new clothes, new shoes and renewing of friendships (who isn’t in touch with their friends to see what everyone is wearing on that “all important” first day of classes?) all go along with the excitement that back-to-school brings. However, returning to classes filled with students in close quarters also means more germs and for many children, more illness.
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
Summer is the time of year when most families find themselves constantly on-the-go and in a never-ending flurry of activities. Offering a variety of healthy snacks can be daunting even for the most healthy conscious parent and because of this is often placed on the back burner. Idealy children should snack every 3-4 hours to keep insulin levels normal and to provide the extra vitamins and nutrients their growing body needs. Below are some easy and healthy snack ideas that can help you plan delicious and nutritious snack foods for your children and their friends! But…shhhh!…don’t mention the “healthy” part.
Thursday, May 5, 2011
Thursday, May 5, 2011
According to a new study by The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute as well as researchers in China, consuming strawberries may be a viable way to help those at risk of esophageal cancer to protect themselves from this serious disease. The study is the first-ever collaborative Ohio State cancer clinical trial to be conducted in China.
Monday, March 14, 2011
With the recent nuclear catastrophe happening in Japan as well as the probability that nuclear events will continue to be a part of our world, it’s prudent to have good reference information as to how the body can be supported (using natural means) and protected should high radiation exposure become a reality. Knowledge and information empower and should always propel one toward effective preparation and planning, not fear. The power of fear is destructive in that it paralyzes resulting in unwise decisions. Along with knowledge and preparedness, we must also be aware of the very real probability that the general public will not be privy to factual information. Hopefully my readers will copy this information and place in a safe place for future reference.