Many common drugs—both prescription and over-the-counter—can cause nutritional deficiencies that can add to already existing health problems. Instead of healing your problem, the drug only causes more problems. In fact, heart disease is due in a large part to nutritional deficiency. Just as too little vitamin C causes scurvy, too little folate (and to a lesser extent, vitamins B6 and B12) can cause your arteries to clog up. Many years of chronic folate deficiency can result in a heart attack or stroke.
In the book, The Nutritional Cost of Prescription Drugs, the author Ross Pelton, R.Ph., Ph.D., CCN, points out that over 1,000 of the most commonly prescribed prescription drugs, and many over-the-counter (OTC) medications, deplete one or more nutrients in humans.
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Digestive concerns aren’t a fun topic of conversation. In fact, many people have trouble talking to their own doctor about their concerns. Others suffer in silent embarrassment, worry and discomfort over the rumbling and gurgling — the cramps, bloating, gas,constipation or diarrhea.
If your digestive system isn’t operating efficiently, you aren’t getting the full benefit of your good nutritional habits. Not only is your health at risk, but you’re throwing money away on high-quality food and nutritional supplements that your body can’t make use of.
As your gut goes..so does your health….
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Do you feel sluggish. Can’t sleep at night. Have joint pain. Poor Circulation. Eczema, Psoriasis. Week Immune System. Ionic Detox Foot Bath along with the use of essential oils may be the answer for you.
Everyday we are exposed to toxic waste, breathing it, touching it and eating it through our foods. It’s time to change our life style to live a healthy and happy life.
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Many people consider hot flashes and night sweats a sign of early menopause but altered thyroid function can cause many symptoms associated with menopause.
In fact many of the symptoms associated with menopause such as headaches, brain fog, weight gain, depression, irregular cycles, PMS night sweats and hair loss are also signs that your thyroid isn’t functioning properly.
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Many people go to their medical doctor for various thyroid symptoms such as: fatigue, poor stamina, depression, feeling cold, gaining weight, dry hair and skin, hair loss, constipation, achy joints etc. Doctors will usually run blood tests to determine if you have a thyroid condition. When the results come in, most people are told everything looks normal. Due to a “normal” test result, the medical doctor might then recommend a prescription for an anti-depressant. Does this sound like you?
Far too often we see patients that are still suffering with their symptoms but getting nowhere with conventional medicine.
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I’ve seen many patients with chronic fatigue caused by intestinal parasites.
Parasitic infestations are an epidemic in the United States, with most sources estimating that a massive 85% of Americans have parasites.
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