Secrets Of Blood Chemistry Analysis (part 4 of 4): Adrenal Balance

Its adrenal time. The amount of demand placed upon the adrenal glands due to modern day stress factors is immense and unprecedented. Stress can be identified as having both internal and external origins. Adrenal stress can result in symptoms such as exhaustion, chronic fatigue, insomnia, sleep disturbances, poor immunity, thyroid issues, metabolic dysfunction and other

Summary Of Standard Process’ Weekend Nutrition Seminar in Berkeley

The Berkeley, CA hotel was jam packed with perhaps 100-125 alternative health professionals. The event was a 2-day seminar hosted by the long-standing nutritional supplement company Standard Process, featuring presentations from master herbalist Kerry Bone, PhD and chiropractor Michael Dobbins, DC. The seminar centered around the Six Most Common Health Challenges faced by the Modern

Secrets Of Blood Chemistry Analysis (part 3 of 4): Digestion & Liver Function

This week’s focus on blood chemistry analysis is digestion and liver function. Both of these are related to each other. The digestive system involves liver function. The liver, whose function includes digestive activities, is a massive organ that has multiple roles in the body’s biological processes. Click HERE to review the major functions of your liver. The

Restore Liver Function After Drinking Alcohol With This Juice

Juicing fresh, raw and organic vegetables can be a powerful addition to one’s nutrition practice. Juicing vegetables is an outstanding way to obtain additional minerals, enzymes, vitamins and trace nutrients. It is like taking a nutrient-packed multi-vitamin. In addition, juicing vegetables is very hydrating to your cells, partly because vegetable juice has a very similar

Secrets Of Blood Chemistry Analysis: Integrating Effective Nutrition By Becoming Your Own Health Detective (part 2 of 4)

Last week we covered glucose factors, as well as the importance of interpreting blood chemistry functionally, rather than pathologically. We also discussed the topic of laboratory reference ranges being statistical averages, rather than being reflective of normal or healthy values. To briefly review, the 3 quadrants of blood chemistry analysis includes:   Identifying Function/Self Assessment Subjective