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Promote a Healthy Mind

17 Jan A Sound Mind for a Healthy Body

Assuming you can have a healthy body without a healthy mind is akin to thinking you can fly a plane without going to flight school. The subject of the mind can be confusing because what we know as the mind has been defined by different specialties and disciplines. Some of these disciplines include Sociology, Anthropology, Psychology, Psychiatry, Neuroscience, and religious authority. It is noteworthy that what the scientists refer to as the mind is thought to be the soul of religious authority. Every human being has their own personal mind. Consciousness,...

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Holiday Supplements

01 Dec The 5 Supplements You Need this Holiday Season!

Let’s face it. The holiday season is very stressful. Even if you’re excited for it, it can still add to your constant stress. It can leave you run down, lethargic, bloated and make you more susceptible to illness. However, it doesn’t have to be this way. In fact, you can thrive with the holidays by simply adding a few important nutrients to your daily regimen. These will help to keep you healthy, happy and energized throughout the season. I personally like to use these myself, especially around this time of...

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Ways to Get Rid of Sugar

05 Nov 10 Ways to Get Rid of Sugar

In terms of food and diet, one of the most debated items is sugar. Some state the need for it. Others show data that a reduction of sugar or finding energy through other forms besides sugar is ideal. There is a way to stop using sugar and still lead a healthy and happy life. Here are 10 ways to do just that. The 1st way is eating more regularly. Many people skip meals throughout the day, especially breakfast. That skip will result in cravings for sugary products. However, smaller meals...

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The Dangers of Gadolinium Toxicity with MRIs

02 Nov The Dangers of Gadolinium Toxicity with MRIs

Throughout the year, people need MRIs for many different reasons. Some of these reasons have to do with injuries and some with autoimmune conditions such s Multiple Sclerosis. However, sometimes there are ways to enhance imaging, in making the picture of the MRI better. These doctors will often use an agent to help them see the MRI better, and this agent contains gadolinium. Unfortunately, recent evidence has suggested this might not be the best thing to do. To start, one must understand what gadolinium is. Gadolinium is one of Earth’s elements,...

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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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Why You're Always Hungry

06 Apr 4 Reasons Why You’re Always Hungry

The definition of hunger is simply "a strong desire or need for food, "the discomfort, weakness, or pain caused by a prolonged lack of food." I have seen this quite often in my practice. Patients are coming in and complaining of constant hunger. They say, ” I am always starving, or I can't stop eating." Some come in with this concern and are trying to lose weight while others are trying to gain weight. What's always interesting to me is that after an intense review of their diet and lifestyle,...

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07 Jan 10 Tips for a Healthier 2017!

  1. Consult With An Integrative Medical Practitioner For A Full Hormone Panel At the Salerno Center, we take a look at medicine from an integrative perspective. This means we take a look at your whole health picture, and this includes looking into your hormones and if they are balanced. A hormone panel is the kind of test that we take to track if your hormones are correctly balanced and in sync with your age, sex, weight, and desired lifestyle. Premature aging can be impacted by irregular hormonal levels. Hormone imbalances can...

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High Fat Diet

07 Dec High Fat Diet Of A 117 Year Old

  Living to a long age is the great goal, being able to experience the most that life has to offer is the outcome. But the only way to live long is to practice healthy habits. Those healthy habits differ from person to person. In the case of Emma Marson, an 117-year old woman from Italy, her habits include living single, and most importantly, eating raw eggs. Emma credits her old age by these healthy habits, along with others. But let's take a look at one of Emma's healthy habits, something we...

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