CDC suggests that breastfeeding interferes with vaccinations?

In the article:; the CDC suggests that breastfeeding inhibits the effect of a vaccination!! Are they really that stupid OR do they think we are really that stupid? If the breast milk can interfere with the vaccination, i.e.,  it has an Inhibitory effect of breast milk on infectivity of live oral rotavirus vaccines,  then [...]

By |2014-12-31T00:45:24+00:00December 31st, 2014|Immune Health, Inflammatory disorders, Microbiota, Nutritional Health, Reproductive issues, Supplements|Comments Off on CDC suggests that breastfeeding interferes with vaccinations?

Could this widely used toxin be contributing to obesity?

What is BPA?  It stands for Bisphenol A and it is a man made or synthetic compound used in the manufacture of various plastics. In chemical terms, BPA is one of the bisphenols group (phenol) and has two hydroxyphenyl groups (bi).  It is a colourless solid that is soluble in organic solvents but not in water. What is the [...]

By |2017-04-28T22:59:56+00:00December 4th, 2013|Blood health, Depression, Diabetes, Gut Health, Hormone issues, Nutritional Health, Reproductive issues, Research|Comments Off on Could this widely used toxin be contributing to obesity?

Uterine Fibroids – do you really need surgery?

Fibroids and fibroid tumors (tumors in fibroid tissues aka myomas, leiomyomas , uterine polyps, and fibromyomas) often occur during the female reproductive period.  It is estimated that about 75% of females are unaware that they have fibroids.  They will also, usually shrink and disappear after menopause.  Usually they are benign and do not cause symptoms.  [...]

By |2013-10-26T23:54:00+00:00October 26th, 2013|Anti-inflammatory, Antioxidants, Blood health, Diets, Glutathione, Gut Health, Herbal Medicine, Nutritional Health, Reproductive issues|Comments Off on Uterine Fibroids – do you really need surgery?

What is really the cause of so much ill health?

Oh my goodness...ideas and thoughts keep changing and growing.  So many things are is hard to keep up.  What we are supposed to do about it?  Again, so much research, so many ideas, it is so overwhelming... Well, here is an overview that might help you... what contributes to the problem AND what we [...]

Fingernail analysis – what can your fingers tell you…

Fingernail analysis goes back thousands of years...In ancient times, physicians utilized all parts of the body for analysis.  For instance: TCM:  well known for tongue analysis ear analysis 9 pulses Ayurvedic:  well know for 63 pulses fingernail analysis tongue analysis facial analysis eye analysis So let's look at what those lovely nails can tell us. [...]

So…is it the thyroid or the adrenals…?

So Harvard Medical School just put out that many have hyper (over active) thyroid and don't know about it...what they didn't explain was that the thyroid and the adrenals work hand in hand...and that there are a number of other factors that can impact on both... So we need to be clear.  Are you: Hypo [...]

Behavior is also a health issue – find out why.

Dr. Doug McGuff, MD, identified the top behaviors that can be fatal or prevent a interesting list...beyond his list is another short list of what to do take care of your health... 1.  Buy a Big Car Accidents, including motor vehicle accidents, are the fifth leading cause of death in the United States. You probably [...]

By |2017-04-28T23:00:31+00:00February 24th, 2013|Detox, Mental Health, Nutritional Health, Reproductive issues, Stress, Toxicity|Comments Off on Behavior is also a health issue – find out why.

Dementia & bladder control

There are many reaons bladder control starts to suffer as we age.  The causes of both diabetes and dementia can certainly contribute to the problem. NOTE:  Utilizing “menstrual pads” is a lot cheaper and easier than using the expensive DEPENDS.  The pads are designed to both hold the fluid volume and eliminate any orders while [...]

By |2012-12-30T00:10:32+00:00October 5th, 2012|Alzeheimer's, Energy, Gut Health, Herbal Medicine, Pharmaceutical, Reproductive issues, Uncategorized, Urinary issues|Comments Off on Dementia & bladder control