Health Videos/Articles Index

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On this page you will find a comprehensive list of videos and articles that can be found on this website, grouped by categories.

Understanding the Naturopathic Approach


The River of Health: A Naturopathic Approach to Wellness (Part I)
by Peter Marcantel The “river of health” analogy can help us understand why our bodies lose resistance to some health challenges and how we can improve our overall health.


The River of Health: A Naturopathic Approach to Wellness (Part II) by Peter Marcantel How do we get back to the “headwaters of health”? It takes knowledge and commitment.


VIDCAM01.GIFWhy I Became an NMD  by Dr. Tina Marcantel In this video Dr. Marcantel talks about the path that brought her from a conventional medical career into a more integrative type of practice.


VIDCAM01.GIFThe Patient/Doctor Relationship by Dr. Tina Marcantel  A good patient/doctor relationship is essential when you are trying to identify root causes of your health issues.


VIDCAM01.GIFTreat the Person, Not Just the Symptoms  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  It’s important to treat the whole person, not just the symptoms that a patient may be having. Dr. Marcantel explains why it’s important for patients to avoid being put into a “diagnosis bucket” so they don’t start to identify with their symptoms.

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VIDCAM01.GIFtting to the Root Causes by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Getting to the root causes of health challenges is important if you want to achieve long-term relief. In this video Dr. Marcantel shares an example of how the naturopathic approach seeks to do just that.

VIDCAM01.GIFLearn About the Signs and Symptoms of Stress by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Chronic stress affects different people in different ways. It can be the root cause of gastrointestinal problems, sleep disorders, hormonal imbalances, and a host of other health challenges. Learn more in this video by Dr. Marcantel.

VIDCAM01.GIFReal Health Care Reform: An Awakening Public  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Real health care reform is not going to happen through legislation; it’s already taking place as an awakening public educates itself. In this video Dr. Marcantel talks about the “paradigm shift” she has seen in the way patients view health care and interact with their doctors.

YOU Are the Real Health Care Reform Movement by Peter Marcantel  Real health care reform starts with individuals changing the way they think about health and the role of the health care system in their lives.

VIDCAM01.GIFPreventative Care by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Preventative care means recognizing risk factors and taking steps to maintain health and avoid future health problems when possible.

 

VIDCAM01.GIFWhat’s Stopping Your Healing? by Dr. Tina Marcantel Stress can often be at the root of health-related problems.


Hormones and Hormone Replacement Therapy


Balancing Hormones for a Healthier Life by Dr. Tina Marcantel Hormones play a huge role in everyone’s health. Female or male, young or old, it is hormones that keep our bodies functioning properly and keep us feeling healthy and happy. Learn more about why maintaining a healthy hormonal balance is so important.


VIDCAM01.GIFBioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy by Dr. Tina Marcantel Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy can be very helpful in relieving many of the symptoms of menopause and perimenopause, including hot flashes, night sweats, sleep difficulties, irritability, low libido, vaginal dryness, weight gain, and other issues.


Estrogen Dominance: Losing the Healthy Hormonal Balance by Dr. Tina Marcantel Estrogen dominance is a little-understood factor in understanding and treating hormone Article boyimbalances that can result in many common physical problems that women face. Most women are aware that as they enter perimenopause their bodies begin to produce less estrogen. So how is it possible that along with that decrease the body may actually have too much estrogen? Find out here!

VIDCAM01.GIFWhat is Estrogen Dominance?  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Estrogen dominance is a term used to describe an imbalance between estrogen and progesterone hormone levels in the body.

VIDCAM01.GIFPMS and Estrogen Dominance  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  PMS symptoms can often be related to estrogen dominance and may be easily treatable when properly diagnosed.

Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Premenstrual syndrome, or PMS, is caused by an imbalance of hormones brought on by a woman’s monthly period. There are things women (and the doctors who treat them) can do to help alleviate the symptoms.

VIDCAM01.GIFCauses and Symptoms of Estrogen Dominance  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Dr. Marcantel discusses causes and symptoms of estrogen dominance in this video.

VIDCAM01.GIFEndometriosis, Uterine Fibroids, and Estrogen Dominance  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Estrogen dominance can be linked to the proliferation of tissues that cause endometriosis, uterine fibroids, and other health concerns.

PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) by Dr. Tina Marcantel  PCOS is a hormonal disorder that involves multiple organ systems within the body. This condition can affect females of all ages and encompasses a group of signs and symptoms that can and should be properly treated and managed.

Hormone Imbalances in Young Women by Dr. Tina Marcantel The phytoestrogens in the foods we eat, the use of birth control pills, and genetic predisposition can all be contributing factors to hormonal imbalances in younger women and those imbalances can manifest in many ways.

Hormone Testing: Saliva or Serum Blood Test?  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Saliva testing for hormone imbalances tends to more accurately relate to patient symptoms than serum blood testing. Here’s why.

VIDCAM01.GIFHormone Imbalances: Brianna’s Story  by Brianna Martinez  Hormone imbalances can occur in people of all ages. Learn how this young woman’s life changed with a proper diagnosis and treatment.

VIDCAM01.GIFBioidentical Hormones or Birth Control Pills?  by Brianna Martinez  In this video, Brianna shares her story of why she decided to switch from birth control pills to bioidentical hormones for help with her monthly cycles.

VIDCAM01.GIFMen’s Hormone Imbalances  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Hormone imbalances can cause problems for men just as they do for women.

Is Hormone Replacement Therapy Really Necessary? by Dr. Tina Marcantel Even after menopause our bodies need a certain amount of estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone to continue to function properly. Nature has provided us with a “back up” plan, but sometimes there’s a problem…

Menopause: Understanding Your Changing Body by Dr. Tina Marcantel Every woman who goes through middle age will experience menopause. For a fortunate few, this transitional time is relatively easy; for many others, “the change” is marked by a number of physical and psychological challenges that may leave them frustrated and physically drained. The good news is that there are natural, effective methods that can help to alleviate many of the problem symptoms it presents.

Why Is Menopause More Difficult for Some Women than Others? by Dr. Tina MarcantelWhy is it that some women have only mild symptoms as they enter and go through menopause and others experience hot flashes, insomnia, irritability, and other menopause related symptoms and thus may need hormone replacement therapy?

Oprah Talks About Bioidentical Hormones by Dr. Tina Marcantel When Opra Winfrey talks, women tend to listen. In early 2009 Oprah devoted an entire program to hormone replacement therapy and bioidentical hormones. Read Dr. Marcantel’s comments on the key points of the program.

Hormones and How They Interact  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  We often talk about specific hormone problems as though they can be treated individually, but it’s important to understand that all the hormones interact with and affect each other.

VIDCAM01.GIFControl Stress for Better Health  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  It’s important to control stress in our lives if we want to maintain good physical health.

Thyroid Disease

The Epstein-Barr Virus-Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis Connection by Dr. Tina Marcantel Research suggests that some chronic diseases such as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis may be caused by the presence of the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), also known as a cause of mononucleosis (or “the kissing disease”).

Depression or Low Thyroid? by Dr. Tina Marcantel Are you on antidepressants when the real problem is your thyroid gland?

audio iconHypothyroidism and Adrenal Fatigue (MP3 Audio) These two FREE audios (MP3) are from a recent lecture presented by Dr. Marcantel. In the fall of 2013 Dr. Marcantel was invited to speak to an audience of students and visitors at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona.

Thyroid Disease and Hypothyroidism by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Thyroid disease can be the cause of many signs and symptoms such as hair loss, fatigue, depression, and weight gain.

VIDCAM01.GIFThyroid Problems  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Thyroid problems can manifest as many different types of symptoms.

Thyroid Medications: What’s the Difference? by Dr. Tina Marcantel Thyroid medications can range from synthetic to natural to bioidentical versions. So what are the differences?

Hashimoto’s Disease: Why It’s Often Missed by Your Doctor by Dr. Tina Marcantel Are you on antidepressants when the real problem is your thyroid gland? Find out why doctors often misdiagnose this common type of hypothyroidism and how it can easily be treated.

VIDCAM01.GIFHashimoto’s Thyroiditis Part 1–Identification and Treatment  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Hashimoto’s thyroiditis can lead to an under active thyroid (hypothyroidism). In this video from a series on her book, Imagine: A Whole Different Kind of Medical Care, Dr. Tina Marcantel discusses the identification and treatment of the disease.

VIDCAM01.GIFHashimoto’s Thyroiditis Part 2–Looking Beyond Test Results  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Hashimoto’s thyroiditis can lead to an under active thyroid (hypothyroidism). In this video from a series on her book, Imagine: A Whole Different Kind of Medical Care, Dr. Tina Marcantel discusses the importance of considering both laboratory test results AND symptoms in the treatment of this condition.

VIDCAM01.GIFHashimoto’s Thyroiditis Part 3–Your Thoughts Affect Your Health  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Hashimoto’s thyroiditis can lead to an under active thyroid (hypothyroidism). In this video from a series on her book, Imagine: A Whole Different Kind of Medical Care, Dr. Tina Marcantel discusses the importance of recognizing and controlling stressful thoughts to help manage symptoms.

Energy Medicine

VIDCAM01.GIF     Children of the Chakras Parts 1, 2, 3   by Dr. Tina Marcantel  In this basic introduction to the chakras, Dr. Marcantel talks about the seven energy centers in the body and how they can affect our physical health, as well as discussing tools for working with energy medicine to help achieve and retain physical healing.

The Seven Chakras: An Introduction  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  The seven chakras are the energy centers in your body. Each of these energy centers has a related spiritual truth—that is, the truth about who you are. In Ayurvedic medicine (traditional holistic Indian medicine), each of the chakras also corresponds to physical areas and organ systems in your body.

Is Acupuncture Right for You? by Dr. Tina Marcantel Acupuncture can be a very effective complementary treatment for many different kinds of complaints, including pain management and insomnia.

What Is Energy Medicine and How Can It Help?  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  The term “energy medicine” covers a wide range of modalities that work with the energy systems that are present in the body.

Guided Energy Sessions  Dr. Marcantel’s Guided Energy Sessions can help free blocked energy and promote emotional and physical healing.

What Was I Thinking? by Dr. Tina Marcantel By becoming more aware of your thoughts, you can choose to identify with those that serve you best.

Identifying With Negative Self-Images  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Identifying with negative self-images can be the root cause of both emotional and physical problems.

Own Your Feelings  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  When we place blame on others for the way we feel, we actually give away our power to heal ourselves by becoming dependent on others for our emotional well-being.

Make Room for Spiritual Downloads by Dr. Tina Marcantel By taking time to quiet my mind on a regular basis I not only experience the mental and physical rest I need, I also allow for the knowledge and guidance from the divine—my spiritual downloads—that I require, as well.

Let the Winds of Change Reveal Your Treasures!  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  When the wind of change blows in, fear of the unknown and a loss of control in our lives can stir up emotions because we feel inadequately prepared to deal with the new circumstances that will follow.

Zap Those Thoughts That Aren’t Serving You!  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  When I fill my mind with light and love and connect with the divinity within me, the “bugs” of negative thinking are zapped almost effortlessly!

Rising Above the Emotional Flood  by Brianna Martinez  I used to think that strength meant containing emotions for the sake of helping everyone else. My intention now is to honor myself by creating space to recognize, feel, and release emotions without suppressing them.

Practicing Presence with Presents  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Will I be present to the “presents” that today will bring or will I spend my time regretting past losses and worrying about future ones?

Creating the Life You Desire Starts with You   by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Here’s an idea I’ve come up with that may help you as you launch into this new and exciting year ahead!

 

Nutrition, Weight Loss, Dietary Supplements, and Herbal Remedies

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VIDCAM01.GIFBalancing Blood Sugars with Protein Snacks by Dr. Tina Marcantel Dr. Marcantel explains why stress can cause blood sugar levels to spike and drop and gives suggestions for protein snacks that can help prevent blood sugar fluctuations.

Stress, Blood Sugars, and Weight Gain (and how to control them!) by Dr. Tina Marcantel Eating enough proteins is really the key to maintaining a healthy weight because proteins still provide the energy you need without causing those glucose spikes that lead to weight gain.

VIDCAM01.GIFCoconut Crunch Trail Mix by Dr. Tina Marcantel Is hiking or biking part of your regular exercise regimen? Bring along this trail mix with a coconut twist that you can make yourself! It’s also great just to keep in the fridge as a between-meals snack. Enjoy!

VIDCAM01.GIFHow to Cut a Pineapple by Dr. Tina Marcantel Fresh pineapples are delicious and packed with vitamin C. Are you a little intimidated by that prickly, tough-looking rind? Not to worry–here’s a video from Dr. Marcantel to show you how to quickly and easily slice a fresh pineapple!

VIDCAM01.GIFPomegranate Seeds: Easy Extraction Technique by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Pomegranate seeds are rich in healthy benefits. They contain powerful anti-oxidants, support the immune system, help to lower cholesterol and blood pressure–plus they are delicious! Getting at the seeds can seem a bit challenging, but here’s a quick video to show you it’s easy to extract the seeds from a pomegranate.

VIDCAM01.GIFFruit Infusion Is a Fun Way to Properly Hydrate Yourself by Dr. Tina Marcantel Here’s a simple and inexpensive way to make delicious drinks.

VIDCAM01.GIFMake this Healthy Breakfast Smoothie! by Dr. Tina Marcantel Watch this quick demonstration by Dr. Marcantel!

Buon Appetito! What We Can Learn from the Italians about Healthful Eating by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Italy and France have some of the lowest obesity rates in the world, hovering around 9% as compared to 30% in America, despite their reputations for gourmet cooking. With all that great food around, why aren’t more people overweight?

VIDCAM01.GIFBobbi’s HCG Story  by Bobbi V.  This great HCG diet testimonial from Bobbi V. explains why she found Dr. Marcantel’s program both safe and effective for her.

VIDCAM01.GIFBalance Hormones Before Dieting by Dr. Tina Marcantel In this video Dr. Marcantel explains why it’s important to check hormone levels, including thyroid function, before starting a diet.

Are You Overdosing on Food Supplements? by Dr. Tina Marcantel If some nutritional supplements or vitamins are good for you, then a lot must be really good for you, right? Not necessarily. Read this article to find out why you may be wasting your money on too many supplements, and how you may be jeopardizing your health, too.

Fad Diets: Are They Nutritionally Sound? by Dr. Tina Marcantel Dr. Marcantel takes a look at The New Beverly Hills Diet, The New Cabbage Soup Diet, The One-Day Super Diet, and the Three-Hour Diet and gives you the “skinny” on how good for you they really are.

Food Fact and Fiction (Part I) by Reisha Zang Is fish really “brain food”? Can wine help your heart? Will late-night snacks make you gain weight? Dr. Tina Marcantel, ADA spokesperson Melinda Johnson, and dietician Amy Pendergraft serve up some answers in this informative article.

Food Fact and Fiction (Part II) by Reisha Zang Is skipping meals a good idea? Are carbohydrates bad for you? Should I avoid all fats? Dr. Tina Marcantel, ADA spokesperson Melinda Johnson, and dietician Amy Pendergraft deliver more answers to your table in Part II of this informative article.

Good Nutrition: Your Food Is Your Medicine by Dr. Tina Marcantel Good nutrition is not just about weight management; certain foods we eat can actually be “medicine” to our bodies. Based on what we put into our bodies, we determine what our body will be made of and how well it will function.

Health Benefits of Flaxseed by Dr. Tina Marcantel One food that I highly recommend to all my patients is flaxseed. The health benefits of this little seed make it sound like nature’s wonder drug: it can help protect against heart disease, cancer, and diabetes; it can reduce cholesterol and has anti-inflammatory benefits; it’s even been shown to reduce hot flashes in postmenopausal women!

Herbal Remedies: 3 Things Every Consumer Should Know by Dr. Tina Marcantel A very important article for anyone who is currently taking or considering taking herbal remedies or dietary supplements. Just because a plant or herb is natural doesn’t make it safe for you to take, even if it is sold as an alternative medicine.


Herbal Tea: A Drink to Your Health by Dr. Tina Marcantel Herbal teas have been used for their medicinal effects for thousands of years. For those seeking natural help for many common health issues, herbal teas are regaining popularity today—and there’s something so soothing about taking your “medicine” as a nice, warm brew!


Lowering Cholesterol Naturally by Peter Marcantel Lowering cholesterol naturally is possible with the right combination of diet, exercise, nutritional supplements, and attitude.


Vitamins and You by Reisha Zang Vitamins can be an important complement to a good overall diet plan, but it is important to understand that there is no one “magic potion in a bottle” that can fit every person’s dietary needs. Dr. Marcantel tells how vitamins can help–and, potentially, harm–you.


Dark Chocolate: The Medicinal Benefits of a Tasty Treat by Dr. Tina Marcantel Research shows that dark chocolate has some health benefits such as helping to lower blood pressure and fighting free radicals that can cause disease.


Stevia: The Natural Sweetener by Dr. Tina Marcantel Dr. Marcantel recommends stevia to her patients. Stevia is an herb with very potent sweetening power that is natural in its biochemical structure and contains no artificial ingredients. It won’t cause a rise in blood sugars and is calorie-free. Learn more here.


Diabetes, Adrenal Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, IBS, and Other Health Challenges

 

VIDCAM01.GIFUnderstanding Type 2 Diabetes by Dr. Tina Marcantel Dr. Marcantel explains how and why the body can become insulin resistant, leading to type 2 diabetes.


Is Your Type 2 Diabetes Really Under Control?
by Dr. Tina Marcantel Many diabetic patients think their symptoms are “under control” because they are taking insulin and other oral medications that help keep their blood sugars within acceptable levels. Unfortunately, they are often caught in the trap of merely trying to control the symptoms of the disease (high blood sugars) and don’t really address the things that are causing those symptoms. This can lead to an ever- increasing insulin dependence, unwanted weight gains, and numerous other problems. Learn more here.


Diabetes and Your Feet: Tips for Proper Care by Reisha Zang Dr. Kimberly Leach, a podiatrist with the Arizona Institute of Footcare Physicians, offers some tips for keeping your feet healthy in the hot summer weather here in the East Valley.


Bad Glucometer Test Strips: An important warning for diabetics by Dr. Tina Marcantel If you are a diabetic, this is a MUST READ article from Dr. Marcantel. Find out how one patient’s experience with contaminated test strips is a cautionary tale for anyone taking her blood sugar readings at home.

Are Foods Making You Sick? A food sensitivity test may tell you!  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Food sensitivity testing (or food intolerance testing) can be a very helpful tool to identify foods that can trigger a wide range of troublesome symptoms.

VIDCAM01.GIFWhat Is Leaky Gut Syndrome? by Dr. Tina Marcantel Learn about the causes and symptoms of leaky gut syndrome in this video from Dr. Marcantel.

 

VIDCAM01.GIFTreatment for Leaky Gut Syndrome by Dr. Tina Marcantel Here are some options for the treatment of leaky gut syndrome.

VIDCAM01.GIFFood Sensitivity Testing by Dr. Tina Marcantel A food sensitivity (intolerance) test can identify foods that can trigger a wide range of problem symptoms, including skin rash, joint aches and pains, sinusitis, asthma, insomnia, headaches, and digestive disorders producing bloating, gas, and poor food absorption. Learn how testing is done and how a food rotation diet works.

Signs and Symptoms of Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? The cure may be more basic than you thinkby Dr. Tina Marcantel For people suffering from signs and symptoms of fibromyalgia, arthritis, and chronic fatigue syndrome, relief may come from diet changes and proper nutritional support.

Fibromyalgia: Getting to the Root of the Problem by Dr. Tina Marcantel Fibromyalgia syndrome is best treated by seeking to correct the root causes of the physical symptoms being presented by the patient.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome by Dr. Tina Marcantel Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) can often be attributed to an improper diet and too much stress. Here are some tips that can help bring relief to colon disease sufferers.

Why Are the Adrenal Glands So Important? by Dr. Tina Marcantel You think your adrenals are just for “fight or flight” situations? Nope. Learn more about why you need to take good care of those little glands!

VIDCAM01.GIFWhat Is Adrenal Fatigue? by Dr. Tina Marcantel In this video Dr. Marcantel discusses some of the causes and symptoms of adrenal fatigue.

VIDCAM01.GIFTesting for Adrenal Fatigue by Dr. Tina Marcantel Why salivary hormone testing is an effective way to screen for adrenal fatigue or adrenal insufficiency.

VIDCAM01.GIFHow Stress Causes Adrenal Fatigue by Dr. Tina Marcantel Chronic stress can cause many physical problems, including the overproduction of hormones by the adrenal glands. This can eventually lead to adrenal insufficiency or adrenal fatigue.

VIDCAM01.GIFAdrenal Fatigue: Treating the Root Causes by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Treating the symptoms of adrenal fatigue is important, but it’s also necessary to identify and address the causes of chronic stress in your life that are putting a strain on your endocrine system.

Adrenal Fatigue: How Stress May Be Affecting Your Health by Dr. Tina Marcantel Adrenal fatigue can be a serious illness that leads to health problems including weight gain, diabetes, depression, high blood pressure, fibromyalgia, and numerous other conditions. One of the biggest contributing factors in adrenal fatigue is stress—something we all tend to have in abundance in our lives.

Peptic Ulcer Disease: Causes and Cures by Dr. Tina Marcantel Peptic ulcer disease is a painful and potentially debilitating condition, but there are measures you can take to accelerate healing and avoid recurrences of peptic ulcers.

Natural Healing Therapies

Managing Joint and Muscle Pain  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Here is a case study to illustrate how we can combine several types of alternative therapies to reduce or eliminate certain types of chronic pain.

Maca–A Clinically Proven Aid for Hormonal Imbalances by Dr. Tina Marcantel Maca is an herbal supplement that’s been clinically shown to help alleviate many of the symptoms of menopause and perimenopause. One reason I like maca is that it’s different from hormone replacement therapy because it doesn’t introduce hormones into your body from an outside source. Instead, it supports the adrenals so they can produce the hormones you need naturally by bringing the glands back into balance, which is a more natural and long-term approach to treatment.

Lingering Cough or Cold? Do you have a lingering cough or cold that you just can’t seem to shake off? IV therapy might help!

How IV Therapy Can Benefit YOU by Dr. Tina Marcantel IV (intravenous) therapy can be a good treatment option for many condition. Vitamins, medications, and homeopathic solutions administered in this way can be quickly and efficiently absorbed into the body. Learn more in this article.


Detoxification Helps Your Body Heal Itself
by Dr. Tina Marcantel A good detoxification program can help us cleanse our bodies of substances that are harmful and detrimental to our bodies’ natural healing processes.


Lavender: Beautiful and Calming
by Dr. Tina Marcantel Essential oils from lavender are used in aromatherapy to promote relaxation and natural sleep and can be helpful in treating headaches and nausea.


Homeopathy: A Little Dose Goes a Long Way by Dr. Tina Marcantel Homeopathy is one of many naturopathic treatments Dr. Marcantel uses in her integrative medical practice. Based on the philosophy of “like cures like” and “less is more,” it addresses the origin of illness by assisting the body’s immune system in eliminating the problem.


Pain Management Through Enzyme Therapy and Acupuncture by Dr. Tina Marcantel Pain management through a combination of systemic enzyme therapy and acupuncture can be an effective natural treatment method for both chronic and acute pain.


Systemic Enzyme Therapy for Pain by Dr. Tina Marcantel An in-depth article explaining the use of systemic enzyme therapy for treating pain, including clinical trials, a case study from Dr. Marcantel, and potential interactions and contraindications.


Enzymes for Life by Dr. Tina Marcantel Systemic enzymes can be a good natural alternative to some pharmaceutical drugs for controlling chronic pain, promoting healing, and
boosting the immune system.



Health Tips


Where Are the “Commas” In Your Day?
  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Chronic stress in your life can cause hormonal and chemical imbalances, which in turn lead to a reduced ability to handle the stress, which leads to more chemical imbalances. So how can you break the cycle and start the healing process?


Avoid Colds and Flu with a Stronger Immune System
 by Dr. Tina Marcantel  The best way to prevent sickness–whether it’s influenza, colds, or other sicknesses–is to have a strong immune system. Here are some recommendations from Dr. Marcantel.


Six Healthy Habits You Can Start TODAY
by Dr. Tina Marcantel There’s no time like the present to start on the road to better health. Here are six things you can make part of your daily routine to promote good health.


Skin Care: Ten Tips for Naturally Healthy Skin by Dr. Tina Marcantel It’s a fact of life that as we grow older our bodies require more maintenance work. The good news is that there are positive steps we can take to naturally protect and repair our skin to keep it healthy and vibrant.


Exercise: The Many Benefits of a Regular Regimen by Dr. Tina Marcantel Join Dr. Marcantel in beautiful Sedona, Arizona, for a virtual hike. As you enjoy the scenery, she’ll share with you some of the many health benefits you can gain from regular exercise.

Breast Health and Exercise by Dr. Tina Marcantel We know that regular exercise is extremely important for many reasons concerning our overall health: weight loss, cardiovascular strengthening, balancing blood sugars, and much more, but did you know that exercise might also help you avoid breast cancer?

Who Should Get a Flu Shot? by Dr. Tina Marcantel Getting a flu shot can be helpful for some, but there are alternatives that may prove more effective at preventing sickness during the flu season.

Miscellaneous

Hope Offers Clarity in the Midst of the Storm by Dr. Tina Marcantel  There are times when I clearly see what lies ahead, what my purpose and goals in life are. But what happens when sudden storms invade my life?

On Mountain Streams and Vulnerability  by Dr. Tina Marcantel  By allowing others to see that we are vulnerable but that we are still willing to try, we often can be a great encouragement to those who are watching us.

Abundance Abounds Now! by Dr. Tina Marcantel Life presents us with both visible and hidden delights when we are awake to our surroundings. It’s the ordinary, everyday things that are the sacred gifts. Abundance abounds, waiting to be discovered.

Angel Wings–A Tribute to Hospice Workers by Dr. Tina Marcantel  A  trip to the beach prompted a memory and a heartfelt “thank you” note to some wonderful “Earth angels.”

The Breath of God by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Consider the healthy advantages of taking a few minutes each day to be conscious of a few cycles of inhalation and exhalation of the breath.

Present Moment Gratitude by Dr. Tina Marcantel  Learning to live in the present moment frees the mind of compulsive thoughts, and when we still the mind we gain both emotional and physical benefits.

The Most Important Thing My Father Taught Me by Peter Marcantel My father has accomplished a lot in his 90 years of life so far, but above all he is recognized by his family and his community as a good man. And that, I believe, is his most important legacy.

Join the Dance by Peter Marcantel When I say my mother was a dancer, I don’t mean she was trained in the art of ballet or tap. I mean it’s the kind of person she was. Dancing, you see, is about attitude.

Finding the Real You in the Mirror  by Dr. Tina Marcantel Having a positive self image is an important part of the healing process.

Have a Hopeful Holiday Season by Tina and Peter Marcantel Hope is a precious commodity that seems to be in short supply these days. Help it sing in your heart.

The Healing Power of Forgiveness by Tina and Peter Marcantel Forgiveness is a critical part of the healing journey for many people.

Take Your Power Back By Stopping the Blame Game by Dr. Tina Marcantel When you stop blaming others for your feelings and actions you take back the power to control your own life.

Missing Someone? A Christmas Story by Peter Marcantel  Christmas means family gatherings and good times, but it can also be a melancholy time as we remember loved ones who are no longer there to share the holiday with us.

 

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