Yearly Archives: 2014


A “Little Bit” of Weight Loss – What Is It All About?

Tweet A “Little Bit” of Weight Loss – What Is It All About? By Marge Pickering-Picone Many of have tried many different approaches to weight loss. When asked they start naming all the ones that they have tried and how many different times they have tried them.  Most approaches have all helped a “little bit” and for a “little while” and then the weight slowly comes […]


Digestive Enzyme Manufacturers Put Themselves Ahead Of The Consumer

Tweet Digestive Enzyme Manufacturers Put Themselves Ahead Of The Consumer By: Marge Pickering-Picone   Many are unaware that over the last 30 years vitamin manufacturers have drastically altered the components of digestive enzyme supplements. During the 1980’s and 1990’s there were a variety of digestive enzyme products to choose from, which include the probiotics to support healthy digestion. Unfortunately, nutritional practitioners were the only ones […]


The Digestive Disorder Epidemic- How Digestive Enzymes Can Help

Tweet The Digestive Disorder Epidemic- How Digestive Enzymes Can Help Guest Blog: Nancy McCullough Stabins RN,CNHP Digestive Health Specialist Natural Alternatives, Inc.          Individuals are experiencing digestive issues and disorders at an epidemic rate. Acid reflux, bloating, burping, flatulence, constipation, diarrhea, insomnia, anxiety and immune system dysfunction can all be symptoms of a digestive condition. Unfortunately, current methods of testing have been shown to […]


Are All Forms of Vitamin D Created Equal?

Tweet We all need Vitamin D, but what many do not know is that the type of Vitamin D they consume is important.  Many doctors are writing scripts for high doses of Vitamin D2.  I recommend Vitamin D3 as we do not naturally make Vitamin D2 in our bodies, therefore ultimately our bodies have to process it and turn it into D3.  It is important […]


June Newsletter- Allergy Strategies & News from Marge

Tweet Notes from Marge       Here we are at the doorstep of summer.  Isn’t it fantastic to see all the trees in bloom and the seasonal flowers popping?  The lilacs and wisteria are beautiful.  Unfortunately, my eyes are the barometer of too many things blooming at the same time.  People cutting the grass for the first time reminds me to close the windows and turn on […]