Category Archives: blood chemistry

The Thyroid a Powerful Weight Regulating Gland

The thyroid is a small gland in the neck no bigger than a buckeye butterfly. But this glands hormone also influences other hormone producing glands which have much to do with our weight and other important metabolic interactions and bodily functions. Just because these glands are small, does not mean they are insignificant.

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Monitor Fitness and Health Like a Pro

I show you how to use both Blood Pressure and Heart Rate vitals tracking, body weight and Target Heart Rate zone monitoring to determine fitness level and overall health condition for your age. Then how to use these results to achieve your fitness and health goals. Be independent of fitness trainers and consultants while you save money, lose weight naturally and build the body you’ve always wanted. Continue reading

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Why Chronic Pain and Fibromyalgia Challenge Pain Specialists

CPS, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue pain patients are typically treated as outpatients and require a variety of specialists to help manage their chronic pain. There appears to be a common chemical identifier in pain origins. Learn about this chemical identifier found in the blood to help trouble shoot your type of chronic pain condition and referrals for pain alleviation treatment. Continue reading

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Lack of Sleep and Weight Gain Connection

Most are unaware when we lack a good nights sleep we are then sleep deprived and our body is chemically stimulated internally and then activated to gain weight. Much of this cause and effect has to do with behavioral habits, environmental stresses, overweight and/or other medical conditions or disorders that cause us to lose sleep. And when we lose sleep our internal body’s hormonal and metabolic conditions shift to crave more food. Then we gain more weight. Learn how to stop this vicious cycle. Continue reading

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Incompatible Food and Drug Mixes

Many don’t realize foods can interact badly with prescription drugs when consumed together. Those that fail to read dietary instructions on prescription use or follow doctor guidelines may cause a health risk to the body. Listed are several popular medications prescribed for the treatment of medical disorders, illness and disease. To include incompatible foods that should not be consumed relative to these pharmaceutical drugs. As always consult with your physician to determine if these guidelines are relative to your medical profile and dietary needs. Continue reading

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GH-Hormone Stimulator the Fountain of Youth Elixir?

Is GH-Growth Hormone supplementation, or Hormone Replacement Therapy the fountain of youth secret both men and women have been looking for? Now find out how important Hormones are to your body and how you can maintain them at youthful levels. Benefits of proper hormone regulation, to list a few: increase your bedroom sessions, increase your muscle mass, remove the excess fat on your body, give you more endurance, etc., while reversing your age in appearance 10-20 years. Continue reading

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Low Testosterone, another Man-Made Risky Fix?

Don’t be deceived by a great advertising spot that promotes a therapy and/or herb that offers a quick “safe” fix for your male symptomatic low testosterone problems. Androgen (steroid hormone) therapy has been around for a long time. The questions most men ask, is one type of testosterone treatment better than the other, how safe is it and is it right for me? If you do choose to self administer low-T products to resolve a problem, at a minimum pay attention to the side effects. Continue reading

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Cell Phone Use and Brain Cancer

There has been growing concerns of whether or not RF (Radio Frequency) generated from cell phones cause brain cancer and tumors. With that being said, there were 7 studies performed and published from a Swedish research center that reports an increased risk of cancer from the side of the head the cell phone is most often used. It is a fact cell phone technology has changed dramatically over the last 20 years and there are far more subscribers than any other time in history. Our children have had longer lifetime exposure to the changing cell phone technologies with varying RF waves from an early age. Current studies thus far have been performed on adults and not on children. This leads to a serious unanswered question with regard to our children’s use of cell phones and ill-health connection. Get the facts.
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