Category: Nutritional Medicine
People who suffer from Vitamin B12 deficiency are often prescribed the most widely commercially available form of the vitamin, cyanocobalamin.
It is a synthetically produced form that doesn’t occur in the nature, but it’s the cheapest one to produce and…
This coming week will mark three years since the ongoing Fukushima Daiichi nuclear meltdowns began. It’s also been one year since Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network or FFAN filed a legal document known as a Citizen Petition with the US Food and Drug Administration to lower the current allowable levels…0 Shares | | Posted in Environment, Farming, Food, Food, Gardening, Health, Holistic Medicine, News, Nutrition, Nutritional Medicine, Water
Vitamin B12 deficiency is extremely common and can result in serious damage to a person’s health if it goes untreated. Unfortunately, B12 deficiency is often hard to diagnose, as the symptoms of this problem are common to many other illnesses…0 Shares | | Posted in Health, Nutrition, Nutritional Medicine
Kefir is a cultured drink that helps restore the inner ecology of the body.
It contains strains of beneficial bacteria and yeast that gives kefir its antibiotic properties. “A natural antibiotic” made from milk! It is a tart yogurt style…
Many sufferers of osteoarthritis rave about the benefits of Glucosamine and how it has provided them with relief from their painful, debilitating symptoms. But is Glucosamine really the wonder supplement it is made out to be, or is its loyal…0 Shares | | Posted in Health, Lifestyle, Medicine, Nutritional Medicine, Personal Care
Why Overeating Doesn’t Make You Fat
Do You Have FLC Syndrome? Food addiction—literally, true biological addiction to sugar, flour, and processed foods—drives our overeating behavior. And it makes us have FLC Syndrome, where we “Feel Like Crap.”
It’s quite simple:…
Considered perhaps “the healthiest food on the planet,” raw chocolate has a slew of health benefits. As long ago as 600 A.D., symbols of cacao pods were carved into palace walls to represent life and fertility. Even in today’s modern…0 Shares | | Posted in Food, Health, Mental Health, Nutrition, Nutritional Medicine
Resolve Skin Issues with Vitamin Injections
Healthy looking skin is a big confidence booster. Having a nice color to your skin is a function of melanin. This is responsible for the color of both your skin and your hair. Your…
For ancient Rome, thyme was believed to “promote vigor” and was used in their baths or spas. In Europe, singers even today, follow the tradition of gargling with thyme, marjoram and honey tea to preserve their voices.
Thyme along with…
We’ve all heard about the big benefits of the common berry. Despite their small size, berries are typically rich in a number of antioxidants. These antioxidants are believed to counteract disease promoting free radicals, produced when cells are damaged during…0 Shares | | Posted in Food, Health, Medicine, Nutrition, Nutritional Medicine