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Immunity (November 2016)

The children are back to school and flu season is right around the corner. Although your household may be a clean environment, the germs children are exposed to at school, daycare, and other public places are unavoidable. The average American child has six to 10 colds...

Immunity (November 2016)

The children are back to school and flu season is right around the corner. Although your household may be a clean environment, the germs children are exposed to at school, daycare, and other public places are unavoidable. The average American child has six to 10 colds...

Immunity (November 2016)

The children are back to school and flu season is right around the corner. Although your household may be a clean environment, the germs children are exposed to at school, daycare, and other public places are unavoidable. The average American child has six to 10 colds...

CoQ10: Should You Take It TODAY? (October 2016)

History and Initial Applications: In 1957, Professor Frederick Crane and colleagues discovered CoQ10 from beef heart mitochondria at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Enzyme Institute.15 R.A. Morton, from the United Kingdom, isolated the compound in rat liver just...

CoQ10: Should You Take It TODAY? (October 2016)

History and Initial Applications: In 1957, Professor Frederick Crane and colleagues discovered CoQ10 from beef heart mitochondria at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Enzyme Institute.15 R.A. Morton, from the United Kingdom, isolated the compound in rat liver just...

Cobalamin – Vitamin B12 (September 2016)

Vitamin B12 is a water soluble vitamin that serves as an aid to the nervous system and plays a vital role in red blood cell formation and DNA synthesis. Ultimately it is responsible for normal neurological functions and beneficial for overall health. Vitamin B12 is...

Candida: The Opportunistic Infection (August 2016)

Is yeast overgrowth contributing to a more important underlying illness? Candida, a normal part of your natural microflora, is the most common cause of fungal infections worldwide1. Although it may be a contributing factor in some illnesses, it may be the cause of...

Zika Virus: What You Need to Know NOW! (July 2016)

It’s the middle of summer now and prime time for backyard BBQ’s and pool parties. But be aware with the rain and heat comes ripe conditions for mosquito breeding. Fears of a Zika virus outbreak of epidemic proportions are being barraged upon us from the daily...

The Silent Killer – High Blood Pressure (June 2016)

High blood pressure is often referred to as the “Silent Killer”, because it virtually has no symptoms but is one of the greatest risk factors for stroke, heart attack and death. About one in three American adults have high blood pressure (hypertension), and according...

Vitamin D: Not Just For Bones! Part 2 of 2 (May 2016)

In case you missed last month’s issue, we talked about Vitamin D 
deficiency and its relationship with pregnancy complications and 
hormonal imbalances. We’ll continue this month talking about Vitamin D and its relationship to cancer, heart disease and cognitive...
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