Recent Health Articles

Concussions

Have you ever fallen down? Fallen out of a tree? Been hit in the head or face with a hard object? Run into another person? Have you ever been in an auto accident? Motorcycle accident? Bicycle accident? Quad accident? Have you ever been knocked out? Knocked “silly”? Had your bell ...
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Is Ketosis more than just what you eat and drink?!

You have decided to take control over your health and turn your body into a fat burning machine doing ketosis. Fat is now your new best friend and no longer the dreaded enemy. You learned to track your food, to read labels and to enjoy new recipes. Congratulations!! You are ...
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Resolving Chronic Illness

The single most common mechanism of chronic illness was widely known from the 1920’s through the 1950’s. It was forgotten or squashed around 1961. That mechanism is a nutritional deficiency or toxicity of the liver causing “lactic acidosis.” The main cause is eating excessive amounts of carbohydrate foods, including sugar, ...
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What You Need to Know About Ketosis for Weight Loss

Our body burns fuel from only two sources to produce energy: sugar or fat. Your body will use the fuel that is most plentiful. Fat burns efficiently with no waste products and maintains energy for a long time. Americans tend to have a diet that is high in sugar. Sugar ...
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Prepare Your Skin for Winter and the Holiday Season

The calendar has turned to November, but in the Midwest, the temperature already dropped to 30 degrees. The freezing outdoor temperatures and dry indoor air are not only stressors, with the holidays around the corner, the extreme change of diet, activities and sleep, adds to skin challenge. To help our ...
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Adrenal Function and Your Health

The adrenals are two small, triangular-shaped glands that sit on top of the kidneys. These glands are an important part of the endocrine (hormonal) system. The adrenals might be small, but their role in the body is not! They are responsible for producing many hormones called catecholamines. Dopamine, epinephrine (adrenaline), ...
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