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01 Oct Positive Effects of Good Bacteria on MS

One of the most important things you can do for your gut is feed is good bacteria! Probiotics are beneficial bacteria whose primary goal is to have a positive effect on the digestive & immune system. These simple benefits have led to more studies on the effects of good bacteria, which have come back with some impressive results. The Mayo Clinic and the University of Iowa recently worked together on one of these studies. The two entities combined to study the effects of three different bacteria when used outside the digestive...

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Mold Remediation

25 Sep The Trouble with Flooding & Storms: Mold!

With the devastation that has recently been caused by hurricanes, one of the largest problems that will be faced is the mold from the flooding. Mold can be in many areas that you cannot see with your own eyes. However, this is a major issue that needs to be addressed. There are several steps to be taken in order to handle this serious problem, and it needs to be done quickly and safely. When dealing with mold remediation, people must protect themselves. The CDC and FEMA both state to wear protective...

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IV Vitamin Therapy For Skin

05 Sep IV Vitamin Therapy For Skin Lightening

Regarding glutathione, a popular antioxidant that is also very powerful, there is a growing body of evidence that suggests that it not only fights cancer and a whole range of diseases but can help treat skin pigmentation issues. Patients from around the world have sought out knowledgeable practitioners to begin glutathione IV therapy to keep their internal bodies healthy, and their outer skin healthy-looking, too. The basic message is this; glutathione supplementation can help with many kinds of skin discoloration issues. Examples of glutathione treating prevalent scarring, blotchiness, and even many...

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Hyperbaric Oxygen

29 Aug Hyperbaric Oxygen: A Life Saver!

Our understanding of oxygen therapies has only begun, as we are starting to see case studies of recovery from serious injury by including the use of a hyperbaric oxygen chamber. The delivery of high volume oxygen in a pressurized container to the body creates impressive conditions that can speed up recovery, and increase the chances that recovery is possible. Take, for example, the recent case study coming from Medical Gas Research. In the June 30, 2017, publishing of a case study by Paul G. Harch and Edward R. Fogarty, clinicians treated...

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Coconut Oil Benefits

28 Jul Coconut Oil, Yes, It is Still Good for You!

You might have heard about the recent new study from the American Heart Association regarding coconut oil. Depending on the news outlet reporting on the study, the findings promote the consumption of vegetable oils instead of oils that contain higher amounts of saturated fats. The controversy is the recommendation of certain cooking oils over others because of their saturated fat content. The current mainstream hypothesis is that oils such as canola, corn, or vegetable have a better nutritional profile and health-impact than oils such as coconut oil, ghee, or animal fat....

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Treatment for Lyme

03 Jul Ketogenic Diet for Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease is a neuropathic infection, invading the nervous system and causing facial paralysis, tingling and numbness in hands and feet, and disrupting the autonomic functions of the heart. Some researchers have identified that specific nerve fibers in the nervous systems are the ones targeted and impacted by Lyme Disease, but the specific function through which these fibers are attacked is still an unknown. The nervous system itself consists of many different types of cells, they all communicate with one another through a series of chemical processes and through different layers...

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Dehydration and Mineral Replenishment

02 Jun Dehydration & Mineral Replenishment

Did you know that drinking too much water can actually be bad for your health? The same thing can be said for drinking too little water. The amount of water you drink may be different, but the end result is a trip to the ER, or worse. We all know about dehydration, which is a lack of fluids in the body, usually too little water. But when you drink too much water, your body can suffer in another way, too low of an electrolyte count in the bloodstream, often called...

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Gut Bacteria and the Brain

18 May How Gut Bacteria Affects Brain Health

Enteric nervous systems, probiotics, beneficial bacteria, and “wheat belly.” All of these are relatively new developments in our understanding of the gut or the complex system of digestive organs and glands combined with numerous metabolic processes that dictate the energy that fuels our cells. Even more recently is a startling new discovery of just how intricate the health of the gut has on the brain, and, more importantly, the blood vessels that supply blood to our brain. A recent study published in Nature has been looking at the puzzling occurrences of...

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