fbpx
Loading...

Health and Lifestyle

Acid or Alkaline: the importance of pH monitoring

 April 10, 2012

Acid or Alkaline: the importance of pH monitoring   One of the most important things you can do to stay healthy or restore your health is to make your biological terrain more alkaline. There is much science and studies to prove this. The ideal goal is to keep your salivary pH around 6.6 to 6.8. […]

Cancer Discovery and Reason to Lighten the Load of Sugar Intake

 April 4, 2012

Cancer Discovery and Reason to Lighten the Load of Sugar Intake   Researchers have discovered how a “protein master regulator” called mTOR,  is involved in helping  abnormal cells become cancer cells. The protein known as mTOR helps regulate human protein synthesis. This means that the mTOR protein helps normal cells sense nutrients, control cell growth […]

How To Calculate Your Own BMI

 April 3, 2012

How To Calculate Your Own BMI Have you ever felt like you were overweight but didn’t really know what your Body Mass Index percentage was? We all can get on a scale and see numbers in pounds but what does that really mean in body mass? The Body Mass Index (BMI) is a measurement tool […]

You are a miracle!

 March 29, 2012

You are a miracle! I’d like to introduce to you the most amazing person in the world…you! Your attitude about yourself and life is everything.  Have you ever had a “gut feeling” to do something and you didn’t and still to this day regret it? Have you ever been told by people that you have […]

New Study Reveals Red Meat Can Kill

 March 20, 2012

New Study Reveals Red Meat Can Kill A new long term study suggests that eating any type of red meat significantly raises one’s risk of premature death. A diet high in red meat can shorten a life’s expectancy according to researchers at Harvard Medical School. The study tracked an upward number of 110,000 adults for more […]

Your Circadian Rhythms and Cancer

 March 10, 2012

Your Circadian Rhythms and Cancer A circadian rhythm is approximately a 24 hour cycle within the physiological processes of our body and includes physical, mental, and behavioral changes. These such changes are very important to the wellbeing of our immune system. The possibility of having the chance of our circadian rhythms becoming confused may be […]

Dec. 13, 2011: House Votes on Medicare Issue

 December 14, 2011

Dec. 13, 2011: House Votes on Medicare Issue Yesterday, December, 13, 2011, I along with hundreds of other United States doctors received a Medscape News Alert.   The following is an excerpt from the article we received. The above link can give you more information.“Approved in a 234-193 vote, the House bill would extend a […]

More Than 1 in 4 American Women Are Taking Mental Health Meds

 November 17, 2011

More Than 1 in 4 American Women Are Taking Mental Health Meds   Have you had anxiety or depression lately? It seems you are not alone. More than 1 in 4 American women took at least one Mental Health Medication last year for conditions like anxiety and depression. The report by Pharmacy Benefits Manager, Medco, […]

Should I get the flu vaccine?

 November 7, 2011

Should I get the flu vaccine? (I wrote this article not to be negative but to encourage people to become empowered about their health and learn to research simple articles in order to make great decisions.) Every year about this time people are constantly asking me what is my opinion on the flu vaccine. I […]

Another Food Recall

 November 4, 2011

Another Food Recall Moms look in your pantry and check the peanut butter before you make the next peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Smuckers Peanut Butter announced yesterday they are recalling 16 ounce jars of the Natural Peanut Butter Chunky sold in several states because of possible salmonella contamination. The Ohio based company says the […]