If you’re like the average (obese) American adult or child, your eating habits could change for the better. With 2018 upon us, it’s time to look at your waistline. Choosing foods with a low glycemic index means choosing fat mobilization and energizing yourself in many ways: Click here to continue reading my article via 10... Continue Reading →
Perhaps you have something called chronic metabolic syndrome. Don't wait until you are in the hospital to get the diagnosis. And if you have any type of chronic syndrome, including chronic pain, read on. Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of problems that are associated with the oxidative stress of high blood pressure, obesity, huge abdominal girth, heart attack (the... Continue Reading →
Lots of people want to know the definition of "diagnosis." Merriam-Webster.com puts "diagnosis" in the Top 10% of searches. "dia" in Greek means "apart." + "gignōskein" is "to recognize" or "to know" "gnō" is "to come to know," as in spiritually; = diagignōskein - ‘distinguish, discern' DIAGNOSIS Originating in modern Latin around 1675-85, this late 17th-century... Continue Reading →
As with many invisible illnesses, dysautonomia and POTS are not "rare." They are frequently misdiagnosed, undiagnosed, or completely unrecognized.
I know I look like I'm healthy. It's a funny thing that the even the doctor's don't understand...It's an even funnier thing to finally be out of a wheelchair...
THE ALPHABET SERIES: IMMUNO-NUTRITION A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z We have our own Challenge for the New Year 2017! To inspire, educate and increase awareness of good nutrition that fights inflammation and infection (i.e.,... Continue Reading →
Squash is a fruit from the pumpkin family. It's relatives are the melon and cucumber. Zuccini is the Italian word for squash, which originated with American Indians. Great choice for health, Mom or Dad, teen! See the BONUS below! 7 Categories of Winter Squash: Pie.The pink banana squash is commonly sold in plastic wrap, cubed. Use... Continue Reading →
Papayas are rich. They are so packed with breakdown enzymes that they have been used to treat such things as colon cancer, vision, parasites and Dengue Fever. To get an idea of microscopic happenings with enzyme breakdown, picture this hot tea melting down sugar. Lots going on here. Papaya is a sweet thing to eat. Packed... Continue Reading →