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It is estimated that 60 percent of your body weight is water. Staying hydrated is the key to so many aspects of health. Most people take water for granted. We don’t usually think about staying hydrated until those warmer months and we are sweating buckets. Regretfully,...

Step 1- Using the right combination of dietary supplements The big question is "What is the right combination of supplements?" Most people I speak with take supplements based on what they hear from their friends, commercials or read about. When we hear about something new for XYZ...

Have you ever noticed that a great majority of commercials on TV are for heartburn medications such as Prilosec®, Tagamet®, and Tums®? It’s probably because an estimated 40% of the adult population suffers from heartburn. Americans now spend more than $8 billion annually on prescribed and...

All that special holiday food often causes even the healthiest eaters to overindulge causing heartburn, reflux, indigestion and bloating. Perhaps you are eating too much protein, or combining the wrong foods. Your solutions could be as simple as a few natural supplements. First, let’s define what...

Suggested at least twice each year for prevention. For liver congestion, gallstones, llactic acid build-up (anxiety), eliminates shoulder, upper arm, and upper back pain or use for general health improvement. Ingredients you will need: 1/2 Cup Olive Oil Extra Virgin (Organic if possible) 3 lemons (juice remove pulp) (Organic...

Probiotics are the beneficial or good bacteria for the body. These bacteria (as well as others) are normal inhabitants of the large and small intestines. Probiotic bacteria inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria, promote good digestion, boost immune function, and increase resistance to infection. Research on...

When it comes to fiber there are two types available; soluble and insoluble. Both are required for optimal health. Soluble fiber dissolves in water and can be found in many fruits, vegetables and grains. It helps reduce cholesterol, regulate blood sugar and feed the beneficial bacteria...

Whether you are a weekend warrior or a world class athlete, your needs for additional supplementation is critical and perhaps life saving. Yes, life saving! The purpose of this feature article is to help you understand what supplements you can use to enhance your workout,...

This article is not going to directly address the disease Diabetes, but some of the recommendations would definitely apply to those with high blood sugar issues. It is estimated that about 40+ million Americans have blood sugar control issues. My belief, as with most health...

Do you blush a lot? Does your face redden easily? You could be one of over 14 million Americans with Rosacea. The exact cause of rosacea is unknown. One thing we know for sure is the condition consists of flushing, which turns into red coloration from...