Yearly Archives: 2012

Can Natural Estrogen keep you from having a stroke?

Tweet   When you have a decrease in your estrogen level, your Fibrinogen level increases.  Fibrinogen is a clot promoting substance that you find in your blood that serves as a great marker that your doctor can  actually check through blood work.  If you are a smoker or are going through Menopause, you are currently raising that Fibrinogen level.  By using Bio-identical hormones to raise […]

Give Your Body a Break Today…

Tweet   There is no way you can escape the toxicity of our world.  A few recommendations can help to keep your physical body from experiencing so many toxic responses.  If free radicals get the upper hand, you can experience headaches, joint pains, confusion, constipation, immune disorders and your own system gets sluggish and fatigued.   Some things you can do to help;  1.  drink […]

Dementia or Alzheimer Disease – Do You Sometimes Feel Your Headed This Way?

Tweet   Cognitive changes today are more related to your diet and lifestyle than to your age.  Your emotional stress, poor diet choices and lack of physical exercise can cause your brain to atrophy (shrink).  It is important to eat proper proteins and consume the right fats to keep your brain in good shape and your memory sharp.  Just to let you know that your […]


Tweet   DHEA Enhances Energy, Memory and Immune Function By Marge Pickering Picone DHEA or 7-Keto DHEA – Can it make a Difference? Clearing up information regarding the utilization of DHEA or 7-Keto DHEA which is a necessary hormone made by the adrenal glands and that you need to know their differences. Why should you be interested? The way we handle stress has a lot […]

Myths about Calcium

Tweet Why does everyone think that the only way to get Calcium in your diet is by drinking milk or eating cheese and yogurt? The one thing you do need to know the next time you try to force your children or yourself to drink milk is that it is not the best source. Pasteurization destroys more than 32 percent of the calcium availability. If […]

What are ingrown hairs and how do we help prevent them.

Tweet Ingrown hairs or folliculitis as it is called is not only annoying but can be painful. A loofa can become your new best friend, exfoliation is key to helping expose the hairs that somehow have managed to be pointed in the wrong direction pointing inward instead of outward, it is very common on women's legs and is caused by shaving to close. It may […]

Skin Problems – “Psoriasis”, “Eczema”, Etc.

Tweet I know we try to believe that there is some topical miracle out there that will reduce the redness or the dry patches that break open and hurt. When I was a kid I had psoriasis on my head, legs and patches on my knees, elbows and really bad ones behind my ears that would even bleed. There were all types of cremes and […]

Restorative Facials

Are You Concerned With Your Looks?

Tweet Most people want something affordable that really works to help them feel good about themselves and their looks. Things like Botox and Surgical Face Lifts are costly in more ways than just finance and yet many people think that is the only help out there to look and feel better about themselves. Many people have died from the anesthesia or have taken from their […]

Can’t Wait for Vacation?

Tweet Some of you only think that taking a “Vacation” is the only way to reduce the signs and symptoms of stress. Well, what if you stress out trying to prepare to go on vacation? Some of you stress out because you try to do so much in a short period of time known as your “vacation”. Then you stress out because vacation is ending? […]

Do you need a vacation from your vacation

Chronic Breathing Problems

Chronic Breathing Problems

Tweet A little prevention from the right supplements can help to keep you and those you love as healthy as possible. For those with a chronic ailment, supplements can help reduce the fear and panic when you find it difficult to catch your breath. Your medicine and inhalers are there but wouldn’t it be nice to be able to reduce the amount of Oxygen Use […]