People spend time and money to correct teeth damage by having fillings, braces, root canals, crowns (caps), bridges and implants, extractions and teeth whitening. These procedures are very common and not many people question them. However, there are many common illnesses which were discovered to be associated with these dental procedures. In last July’s newsletter … Continue reading How healthy are your teeth?
As you know, I am married to a Jewish man and we celebrate Passover every year. I am not Jewish but I love Passover because it is very ceremonial. The Seder plate bears the ceremonial foods and contains a selection of nutritious foods. Maror — Bitter herbs symbolizing the bitterness and harshness of the slavery … Continue reading Happy Passover
My last January’s (2017) newsletter was about dementia. I talked about the gut and brain connection and how a ketogenic diet helps improve brain function. When it comes to health, it is not just food you need to upgrade but also all other aspects of your life such as sleeping, managing stress, exercise, your whole … Continue reading When your brain is not acting normally…
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JwCacW8Ul4 If you are a mom or if you have a child, you may know that there are two shots a newborn baby gets, Vitamin K and Hepatitis B. Vitamin K is scheduled to be injected into babies within an hour of birth and Hepatitis B is scheduled to be given within 12 hours of … Continue reading Vitamin K Shot
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGbgoazMZ5M I have been watching a docu-series on Stem Cell therapy, called Healing Miracles. I had known of stem cell treatment, but nothing in detail. I also found out about Texas’s House Bill 810 through this documentary. I may have seen the video of Republican State Rep. Drew Springer speaks about adult stem cell treatments … Continue reading Are you up for a new treatment?
We are all aware that Type 2 Diabetes is a serious global epidemic. I am sure that you or one or two of your family members have this health crisis. You also know that diabetes leads to complications of other diseases, such as nerve damage (amputations), kidney damage, loss of vision, heart attacks and strokes. … Continue reading Fat or no Fat for Type 2 Diabetes
As I do seminar, many audiences ask the same question, “Can I get all the nutrition from food?” The answer is Yes and No depending on where you live, how you live, what you eat, and how much you eat. Also, it relates to one’s genetic foundation. If you live in a less polluted area, … Continue reading Can You Get All of Your Nutrition from Food?
In my twenties, I had really bad menstrual pain and discomfort almost every other month. Often on the 2nd day of my period I would faint in the shower. After regaining conscious I would come out of the shower and lay down on my bed for 15 to 20 minutes. I often took over the … Continue reading How often do you take Over the Counter Pain reliever?
I went to see a dentist for a cleaning and checkup in Japan since the medical cost here is very inexpensive. There are many dentists in my neighborhood, but not any good ones . So, I went to the one my mother goes to across town, but was so disappointed. I believe that the way … Continue reading What is in your Mouth?
You already know that eating nutrient-dense foods in moderate amounts, moving more, and adding daily physical activates are the key to your overall health and longevity. However, only a small number of people follow this lifestyle no matter how many articles and movies are released about it. Yet, people always look for miracle herbs, pills, … Continue reading What I learned in Cuba