Chelation for Patients who have Diabetes and had a Heart Attack Chelation Therapy Chelation Therapy is an intravenous treatment to remove heavy metals and to improve circulation. It has been in use for over 50 years with many anecdotal reports of significant improvement in cardiovascular status, circulation, neuropathy, and quality of life. Until the...
RIZE, formulated by a physician and triathlete, is a functional beverage that maximizes physical and mental performance. It does so by maximizing body function on a molecular, cellular, and cell to cell level.
Our bodies need fuel to function. They are fueled by vitamins, minerals, amino acids, carbohydrates, fats, and water. Hundreds of years ago the food that was consumed was locally grown and organic.
Millions of women are suffering from hormone imbalance and are desperate for help. There is so much controversy and misunderstanding when it comes to hormone replacement therapy.
Chelation therapy is a treatment to remove heavy metals such as lead, aluminum, cadmium, mercury and arsenic from the body. There are several forms of chelation therapy.
If you suffer from fatigue, achiness, skin rashes, digestive problems, difficulty concentrating, or are struggling with your weight, detoxification may be beneficial for you and an important part of your overall wellness plan.
Type II Diabetes has nothing to do with the pancreas. If we were testing properly for diabetes and insulin resistance we would have realized this a long time ago.
Did you know that foods you are eating could be contributing to your health problems? You may say yes of course, if I am eating junk food, I know that is bad for me.
The human gastrointestinal tract is an amazing organ. It has an incredible absorptive and digestive capacity with a surface area equivalent to the size of a football field.
It is estimated that 14 million Americans have heart disease. It is the number one killer in both men and women in the U.S. 1.5 million people have heart attacks yearly and of those more than 500,000 die each year.