How much do you know about how the recycling system works? I don’t know where you live in the United States, but what can be recycled all depends on your local policy. So, in other words, there is no universal form of recycling across the country. Every city and state has its own regulations and … Continue reading We are ingesting plastics
Many people noticed that not only are fermented foods found in almost every store, but some people are actually making them at home, like Kombucha, Kimchi, sauerkraut. You can find many different recipes online, and they are not so difficult to make. I am sure that there are a lot of people who enjoy these … Continue reading Fermented Foods don’t work for you
I have often talked about creating a balanced microbiome and many of you understand that gut health is the key to overall health. However, most people don’t seem to connect the dots when they complain about their own health issues. Many people suffer from mild or occasional constipation, gas, bloating, and diarrhea but are not … Continue reading No sign? But your gut might be leaking
Have you heard the word, MTHFR? This word has been popping up everywhere for the last a couple of years. MTHFR stands for Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase. The MTHFR gene triggers the production of the enzyme (MTHFR) that allows folate (vitamin B9) to support the cellular process of methylation. MTHFR enzyme is used to turn folate (vitamin … Continue reading My MTHFR Gene Mutation
At your annual physical checkup, your doctor orders blood tests. One of the most common tests is the lipid panel. Lipids are fats, and a lipid panel measures levels of different types of fat in the blood. More specifically, it measures lipoproteins, which are proteins that transport lipids in the blood. A typical lipid panel … Continue reading The numbers you need to know
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), roughly half of Americans take at least one prescription drug, with more than 1 in 4 Americans taking three or more prescribed drugs. One in 10 take five or more prescriptions, and the numbers only climb as individuals get older. Ironically, CDC also says that … Continue reading Why do you need prescription medicine?
Have you heard stories about people getting sick or the flu even though they got their flu shot? You have heard a number of these same stories over the years, yet those people still get the influenza vaccine. One of the biggest reasons why people get the flu vaccine is because of the marketing tactics. … Continue reading Are you truly believing in the flu shot?
I would like to share with you a story about a client of mine, “ Donna”, whom I was seeing for unrelated reasons. Donna is a woman in her mid 70’s and was diagnosed with breast cancer, and also learned at the same time that she carries the BRCA 2 gene. According to the National … Continue reading You have to be in CHARGE!
It caught my eyes when I saw an article about a safe way to reduce inflammation by consuming baking soda. Many people know that baking soda, also known as NaHCO3 (Sodium Bicarbonate) has many uses other than baking cookies. It can be used for detergent, toothpaste, cleaning products, and deodorizing refrigerators. My grandma used to … Continue reading This multi-use kitchen item also reduces inflammation?
It is very common in the US and around the world to remove the tonsils of children children. Tonsillectomy is the second most common pediatric surgical procedure. These days, ear, nose and throat specialists perform about half as many tonsillectomies as they did in the 1950s and ’60s. Tonsillectomy is generally performed because of repeat … Continue reading Tonsillectomies: Have you considered Its long-term risks?