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The adrenal glands are two busy little hormone factories. They sit on top of each kidney. They produce epinephrine (adrenaline), norepinephrine (noradrenaline), dopamine, glucocorticoids (cortisol, cortisone, corticosterone), mineraloc...
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Leaky gut refers to a condition whereby the small intestine becomes more permeable than normal, allowing incompletely digested food molecules to enter the bloodstream.
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Answering yes to three (3) or more of the above questions means there is a very high probability you are suffering from an overgrowth of Candida in your body.
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Most children and many young adults can usually eat whatever they like without experiencing gastric distress. Unfortunately, the older we get, the less hydrochloric acid (HCl) our stomachs produce. Most people over 40 could benefit from so...
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Continued from last month's blog entitled “Free Radicals – Part One”
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Free radicals are highly reactive molecular fragments that interact aggressively with other molecules in the body to create abnormal cells.
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By now, we've all heard about probiotics, the beneficial microflora that inhabit our gut and how crucially imperative their presence is to our overall health.  There are so many things that can disrupt the balance of these microflora includ...
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BioScan MSA (meridian stress assessment) Technology provides a comprehensive test that measures the flow of energy according to European medical research through acupuncture points, which are related to the body’s organs, glands and bodily sys...
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Blood tests for thyroid function only measure the thyroid hormone in the blood, which may have no relation to the amount of hormone that actually gets into the cells which need it.
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In some cultures, people thrive on vegetarian or near-vegetarian diets.
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