Posts Tagged ‘Vitamin D’
Four Wildly Effective Ways to Survive Cold and Flu Season – Without Getting a Shot!
It’s that time of the year, when the temperature changes in most of North America and viruses get passed around the neighborhood like a fruit cake nobody wants. We notice more sniffles and sneezes, especially from the kids coming home from school. Adults catch the creeping crud too, but kids seem to spend the day…Read More
6 Things You MUST Know About Statin Drugs
Recently we posted this article on statin drugs, cholesterol, lipid panels and heart disease. There has been so much misinformation in the last four decades that we wanted to arm you with more information on the subject. Don’t take a chance with your health! Statin drugs are a $26 billion per year business. Go ahead, read that number…Read More
The Truth About Heart Disease and Statin Drug
It’s a new year, but the statistics are the same. The same things that made us sick in December will make us sick in January. Heart disease is still a problem, and there are so many things people have been told that are just plain wrong, that we wanted to take some time and educate…Read More
What’s D Got to Do With It?
When sick people walk into our clinics across the US they often have one thing in common. They are Vitamin D deficient. Whether they are walking into a clinic in Texas, or Montana, their labs show they are extremely deficient. You don’t want to be deficient. You want to have optimal levels to get all…Read More
Sunscreen Can Be Bad for People and Reefs: What We Use Instead
How many times do you slather sunscreen on while you’re at the beach? Heck, sunscreen use has become so prolific we are slathering ourselves with it multiple times a day even in winter when the most light the average American sees is from fluorescent lights. Even with all the sunscreen we put on, skin cancer…Read More
Making Mud Pies: 8 Ways Muddy Kids Are Healthier
Did you know that kids today are getting half the outside time their parents did? Think back to your childhood. Are your fondest memories of playing video games or are they of climbing trees, building forts, and splashing in puddles? Healthy kids get outside more than their peers. Between the screens and parent’s aversion to…Read More