Depression and other mood disorders can sometimes be linked to a Vitamin D deficiency.
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Good nutrition is not just about weight management; certain foods we eat can actually be "medicine" to our bodies. Our food determines what our body will be made of and how well it will function.
In this second of a series on the subject of how this “miracle mineral” can help keep us healthy, Dr. Marcantel talks about using a magnesium supplement to help reduce muscle cramps.
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...
The desert is in full bloom with a beautiful array of flowers. Unfortunately, the extra pollen and dust in the air can mean the misery of sinus congestion and other allergic reactions.
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.
The most common electrolytes in the human body are magnesium, calcium, potassium, and sodium and if these are not maintained in proper levels one result can be cramps.
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.
Maca is an herbal supplement that’s been clinically shown to help alleviate many of the symptoms of menopause.