Recent headlines have reported a correlation between drugs commonly prescribed for osteoporotic patients and certain types of fractures. A few years ago, the revelation that ostoenecrosis (dying bone) of the jaw was correlated with these same types of drugs. Does it seem like these treatments are missing something, chemically altering our bodies’ processes and influencing specific […]
Chances are that you are dehydrated and you probably don’t know it. Studies show that 75% of Americans are dehydrated. Now we are not talking about desert island dehydration, but not consuming enough water for optimum function. When we think of “getting healthy” and cleaning up our diet most of us think of eating more fresh […]
We are excited to announce that through a very generous donation from Whole-istic Solutions, families in Haiti, Zimbabwe and Kenya are being provided necessary nutrients via the Core 6 Essentials. Through Global Aid Network, a charitable foundation, the Core 6 Essentials is being provided along with medical aid, food, water and other necessities to impoverished […]
Still think the Swine flu is worrisome? Watch this video. It seems as though the sensationalism won’t die down.
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It is summer time and that means most of us will venture outside more often. We play more sports, we garden and we simply enjoy outside cooking and eating during this time of the year. That puts us in contact with pests and in particular the dreaded mosquito. I know the first thing to pop […]
Childhood obesity for sale in public schools. Awesome editorial in the NY Times. Read the article here.
Proteolytic enzymes are specifically functional proteins found in our bodies and throughout nature that aid in digesting or breaking down proteins. In our body’s protease’s are most famously involved with our digestive tract. We are aware that due to proteolytics ability to break down proteins, there is an anti-inflammatory effect. By digesting the protein plugs […]
By MARIAN BURROS Published: March 19, 2009 WASHINGTON — Michelle Obama will begin digging up a patch of the South Lawn on Friday to plant a vegetable garden, the first at the White House since Eleanor Roosevelt’s victory garden in World War II. There will be no beets — the president does not like […]