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Colon Hydrotherapy

28 Jan Why You Should Consider Colon Hydrotherapy

In humans, the digestive tract stretches from the lips of the mouth to the lips of the anus. Food enters through the mouth and is eliminated as waste through the anus. The colon is the last part of the digestive tract. It comprises the cecum, the ascending, transverse, descending, and the sigmoid colons, the rectum and finally the anal canal. Unlike the small intestine, the colon does not secrete digestive enzymes. It is important to note that the right half of the colon and small intestines originate from the same...

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28 Nov Salerno Center Now Offering Coolsculpting

When it comes to our weight and where we store our fat, we are all good observers. Maybe too good. We might not be as good at noticing when we lose weight, but there are other ways to use observation as a benefit. Doctors Rox Anderson and Dieter Manstein, with their powers of observation, were able to use it to develop their groundbreaking new weight loss treatment called Coolsculpting. To simplify, Coolsculpting is a process where cool treatments are applied externally to problem areas of fat retention. The fat reacts to...

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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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Curcumin IV Therapy

03 Feb Now Offering Curcumin IV Therapy at The Salerno Center

While most individuals may be familiar with turmeric as the spice in curry, it's also an extremely potent medicinal herb that has been used in India for thousands of years. Some have said that the low incidence of Alzheimer's in certain parts of the world, such as India and Asia, are due in part to the intake of Turmeric. The active component in turmeric is curcumin. It is the yellow pigment concentrate in turmeric that carries all the benefits. Curcumin is a remarkable antioxidant and a wonderful anti-inflammatory. According to several...

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Benefits

08 Nov The Benefits of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

The human body needs oxygen to survive, but the earth’s atmosphere only contains about 20 to 22 percent oxygen in the atmosphere. That means that only a fifth of the air we are breathing in can actually be used to produce the body’s energy. There are ways to increase that amount of oxygen that our body can use, and the tool we can do it with is called the hyperbaric chamber. A hyperbaric chamber is a pressurized container that was traditionally used to treat illnesses related to deep sea diving. Decompression...

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10 Oct Better Health Through Intravenous Light Therapy

Sunlight and the radiation stemming from it has powerful effects on the human body. For example, sunlight absorbed by the skin can aid in the breakdown of cholesterol to form Vitamin D, an important mineral in the body. Another example is the use of full spectrum or blue colored light bulbs to help improve the general mood of people suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder. That’s right when the winter comes along, and people get depressed, an indoor light bulb will help to simulate the outdoor light that is good for...

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wrapped asparagus spears recipe

02 Jan Broiled Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus Spears Recipe

• 3 bunches of asparagus, stems trimmed 2 inches from the bottom • 2 four-ounce packages of prosciutto di parma • Kosher salt • Freshly ground pepper • Avocado oil or fat of choice (2 tablespoons melted ghee or grass fed butter) • Aged balsamic vinegar Preheat the broiler to high (with the rack 6 inches from the heating element) and assemble the ingredients. Divide the asparagus evenly onto two large baking trays. Drizzle some avocado oil over the spears, and season with salt and pepper. Don’t go crazy with the salt because the prosciutto is plenty salty. Cut each...

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ALA Supplement for Diabetes

07 Oct Alpha Lipoic Acid: Possible Treatment for Neuropathy in Type 2 Diabetes

What is Type 2 Diabetes? Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) can simply be described as insulin resistance along with pancreatic cell dysfunction. It is expected to affect even more people by the year 2030; an estimated 400 million. Even today, with all the advancements in treatments, it still remains extremely challenging to keep blood sugar levels in control. Reasons for this may be the fact that medication regimens given to patients are just too overwhelming. Many individuals are now turning to integrative medicine and natural therapies to help with controlling this...

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ultrasound tech

06 Jun 3 Ultrasound Screenings You Should Get and Why

Summer is quickly approaching and many people are worried about getting that perfect beach body, but what about your internal health? By keeping up with these three, simple screenings, you can prevent stroke, heart disease, and thyroid disease, which is prevalent amongst women. 1. Carotid Duplex The carotid arteries are the main arteries in your neck that feed blood to your brain, face, neck and scalp. By having a screening of your carotids you can prevent Stroke and TIA's. Risk factors of Carotid Artery Disease that may apply to you are: Smoking Hypertension Diabetes Poor Diet Family...

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