BlogHealth Topics Regarding Your Health
We believe education is the best tool for our patients so that they have a thorough understanding of who we are, how we operate, and how we work with you to heal your body through nutrition and supplements. Read about our current health tips in the blog posts below. If you have any questions please feel free to fill out a form on our site or call the front desk at 734-302-7575.
Becoming truly healthy requires a pro-active patient. Your role or job as a patient in our office is different than at other offices.
In your varied experiences with other traditional and non-traditional health care practitioners, you may have developed some preconceived ideas about what we do.
The symptoms of depression and anxiety and fatigue that many people feel during the winter are real. They indicate that something is not going well with some area of the body.
Drug makers attach these halogens to drugs because they help the drug cross through fatty tissues like cell walls. Without it, drugs would get cleared out of the body through the liver.
There are 181 symptoms of possible iodine deficiency. Before you let anyone prescribe a pharmaceutical drug to “fix” any of these you need to make sure a simple nutrient is really not what’s missing.
With the right supplements and a good diet, your day (and overall health) can be improved. Thyroid health depends on adequate amounts of minerals and good fats to function well.
How to make zombies… The flu vaccine has been proven to cause Alzheimer’s. If you get five shots in a row, your chance of getting Alzheimer’s goes up 10X. Solution: don’t get the flu shot.
Sugar makes you fat and bloated. Sugar feeds bad yeast in your gut, and you bloat up. Sugar is the cause of rising obesity in kids and adults in this country. It’s not from eating too much fat;
Low-fat diets are based on the law of thermodynamics (energy taken in versus energy expended.) However, the human body is not a V8 engine so it doesn’t follow that law.