Type 2 Diabetes: A National Epidemic
Tragically, type 2 Diabetes (T2D) is now epidemic, nationally; one in three Americans are expected to become diabetic in the coming decades
Exercise and Brain Health
Exercise is a no-brainer for brain health, reducing dementia and depression, and preventing memory loss In an age of skyrocketing health care costs and seriously...
Stress: The Great Accelerator of Aging
Every stress leaves an indelible scar, and the organism pays for its survival after a stressful situation by becoming a little older. - Hans Selye
Diabetes: Abdominal Obesity Breakthrough Solutions on a Budget
Roseville, CA- If present trends continue, 1 in 3 children born in this century in the United States will develop diabetes. A full one-half
The Surprising Truth about Dietary Fat and Your Cholesterol Levels
Now as more research has emerged, the dietary guidance for optimal cardiovascular health has shifted. One of the most extensively researched dietary patterns to date, the Mediterranean diet, has been shown to help prevent heart disease and stroke
Alzheimer’s: Prevent Memory Loss, Dementia with Naturopathic Medicine
According to a recent 60 Minutes (CBS) story, 2 of every 5 U.S. seniors that reach 85 years of age will develop Alzheimer's Disease
It’s a Toxic World, and Our Bodies Have to Deal With...
Our bodies absorb or ingest toxins on a daily basis from our: food, air, homes, water, drugs and medications, which dramatically affect our health.
Build Muscle: Burn More Fat
While you can't change a slow metabolic genetic predisposition, you can still burn fat more efficiently, add more muscle, and get and stay healthy.
Food Sensitivity vs. Food Intolerance vs. Food Allergy
Understanding the differences in adverse food reactions Sacramento, CA- There are many terms used for adverse food reactions including food allergies, food sensitivities, and food...
What to Know Before You Go to the Doctor
If you are seeking optimal health, the good news is that it is easier and less complicated than you may think. Below are the "no-brainer" things that you must know.