Category Archives: blood chemistry

Effectively Treat Chronic Pain Syndrome (CPS) and Fibromyalgia

Updated 7/8/2020 by Marc Woodard Chronic Pain Syndrome (CPS) is a common problem that presents a major challenge to health-care providers because of its complex natural history, unclear etiology, and poor response to therapy. CPS is a poorly defined condition [Google 2020]. Whereas fibromyalgia has specific physical and hormonal markers that likely confirm the diagnosis and treatment can significantly alleviate chronic pain. If you have no history of illness, disease or injury and have unexplainable and medically (more…)

Incompatible Food and Pharmaceutical Mixes

Last Update: 3 June 2020 by Marc Woodard. Many don’t realize some foods can interact badly with prescription drugs when consumed together. Those that fail to read the dietary warning’s listed on specific pharmaceutical labels, or disregard the prescription use instructions can cause increased health risk. Listed below are 7 common prescription drugs and foods that when consumed together can increase health risk and/or cause severe ill-health side effects. There are many chemical reactions that occur (more…)

Physical Performance Enhancement Putting Health at Risk

Updated: 27 February 2020 by Marc Woodard Im sure most of you out there have noticed the low-T commercial ads.  The “T” is for Testosterone and defined as the male hormone that develops during puberty and maintains masculine characteristics throughout a mans life. As men age testosterone levels tend to decline (hence low-T).  We’ll first cover testosterone therapy and then the herbs that are known to increase, or influence testosterone production. Women’s use of testosterone (more…)