Dealing With Fatty Liver

Dealing With Fatty Liver

Fatty liver….. what exactly is that?  Maybe you’ve heard of it, or perhaps you’ve even heard your Doctor mention it – but you’re not clear on the details, particularly how it happens or what can be done about it. I had the good fortune to attend a very informative Lunch and Learn Session about Fatty Liver Disease …read more

Digestion & Blood Type

Digestion & Blood Type

Within the field of health care and wellness there are many theories about digestion. One theory put forth by Peter D’Adamo is that blood types affect the digestive system and other aspects of our health such as exercise, and how susceptible we are to various diseases. Each blood type has its own traits, and the genetic qualities …read more

The Benefits of Low Glycemic Eating

The Benefits of Low Glycemic Eating

  There are a huge number of health benefits to having a dietary lifestyle consisting of foods with a low glycemic load, generally termed ‘low glycemic eating’.  How do I know what the benefits are?  Personal and powerfully life-changing experience!  Both my husband David and I were able to completely turn our health around by changing to …read more

The Effects of a High Glycemic Lifestyle

The Effects of a High Glycemic Lifestyle

  The topic I am exploring here is a big one – it’s a tough one to get a handle on.  At first it seems like all bad news, but I want to assure you there is a wonderful silver lining, a positive side to this.  A high glycemic lifestyle can be totally stopped by making …read more

Food as Medicine - Really??

Food as Medicine – Really??

“Let food be your medicine and let medicine be your food.”  Hippocrates Was Hippocrates right when he made this bold statement?  Modern research is now starting to show us how right he really was.  In a recent lecture by Dr. Barry Sears, author of The Zone and many other nutritional books – it was stated that …read more

The Body's Acid-Alkaline Balance - Important??

The Body’s Acid-Alkaline Balance – Important??

There seems to be more and more information in health care literature these days about our body’s acid-alkaline (pH) balance. This is a relatively recent topic that most of us know very little about, so it could easily be viewed as the next health info ‘fad’. It’s something I’ve been curious about, so I have …read more

Cold Sore Relief: All Natural Options

Cold Sore Relief: All Natural Options

If you occasionally get a cold sore, take solace in the fact that you are by no means alone! By adolescence, 62% of Americans are infected with HSV-1, or herpes simplex virus 1, the main cause of the painful and unsightly sores, which normally last anywhere from 7 days to two weeks. HSV-1 is a …read more