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?
Low-carb and ketogenic diets are extremely popular, and a lot of health experts recommend these diet for preventing and reversing many diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and obese. However, there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to nutrition and there are a lot of people who failed to continue low-carb and/or ketogenic diet because … Continue reading Carbs are Your Enemy?
Minerals are essential for us for our body to function properly. Magnesium is one of the most abundant minerals in the human body, and 50% of magnesium is located in the bones. Magnesium is central to all of our energy-forming reactions in every cell in the human body and there are over 300 enzyme pathways … Continue reading Are you looking for magnesium supplement for your particular condition?
Around 2 years ago I wrote about Asthma prevention from the beginning of pregnancy. Abnormal gut microbiota communities in new born babies contributes to asthma. C-section delivery, formula fed instead of breast-feeding, and antibiotic on pregnant mother are believed to be very closely related to the loss of four types of gut bacteria in those … Continue reading Asthma and Lectins
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