Vitamin D is such a critical vitamin that deficiencies in it are causative in virtually all diseases. Vitamin D functions as a hormone, not just as a vitamin. Vitamin D from sun exposure is the easiest form to assimilate, and it is free. Experts suggest exposing 60% of your total body to sunlight for 20-30
According to Guy Schenker, DC: Acid/alkaline imbalances always involve respiratory function Acid/alkaline imbalances always involve renal function “The respiratory and renal involvement in an acidosis or alkalosis may be either part of the cause of, or part of the
Excess carbohydrate consumption is a major contributing factor for a wide spectrum of health issues, including: Diabetes Heart Disease Blood Sugar Disorders Hypoglycemia Obesity Digestive Disorders Gluten & Gliadin Sensitivity Chronic Fatigue Arthritis Candida Albicans Overgrowth All carbohydrates will turn into sugar in the body. Carbohydrates are a primary macro-nutrient and can be used as
It is no surprise that the most financially profitable pharmaceutical drugs in history are cholesterol lowering drugs. Did you know that they are unnecessary more than 99% of the time? Doctors are always trying to pass off the reason for taking drugs on bad genetics. What a pile of hogwash. Especially since your DNA is
What constitutes a healthy and normal total cholesterol level? The answer may surprise you. Has it ever occurred to you that the reason that mainstream medicine places so much attention on total blood cholesterol levels is becuase cholesterol lowering drugs are the most financially profitable drugs in history? I gave a recent talk at a
The incidence of chemical and heavy metal toxicity has reached epidemic proportions. In a 2009 study, The Environmental Working Group reported an average of 232 environmental chemicals in the umbilical cord blood of pregnant mothers. Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis biopsies report an average of 1.5 mcg of aluminum being eliminated through the hair and soft
Article by: Lawrence Wilson, MD Do you know anyone who suffers from headaches, fatigue, insomnia, depression, skin rashes, spaciness or detachment, learning disorders or premenstrual syndrome? These can be symptoms of a copper imbalance. It is an extremely common nutritional imbalance. It is often overlooked, in part because it is not always simple to detect.
There is no such thing as good and bad cholesterol. These terms are fictitious. In fact LDL the so called ‘bad’ cholesterol and HDL the so called ‘good’ cholesterol are not even cholesterol, they are lipo-proteins, transports for cholesterol. LDL is what is called low density lipo protein. Its function is to transport cholesterol from
“All diseases begin in the gut.” -Hippocrates The gastro intestinal mucosal barrier comprises the overwhelming majority of the body’s immune defenses. The mucosal barrier contains several antibodies known as immunoglobulins. The primary mucosal antibodies are IgA, IgG, IgM, IgE. Secretory IgA is the most abundant of these immunoglobulins. When there is damage to the mucosal
Metabolic Type Nutrition stands apart from all other schools of nutrition. Metabolic Type Nutrition is not a ‘symptom-based model of healthcare’, but rather a ‘patient-centered’ model of healthcare. This is critical to understand, because no two people have the same nutritional requirements.