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Tooth Decay

                Tooth decay is primarily driven by the symbiotic relationship between bacteria and acidity, which creates a pathogenic bioflora in your mouth. If you’re  continually lowering the pH in your mouth, you start losing calcium, which is necessary for strong healthy teeth. Calcium deficiency leads to porosity in […]

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How beneficial bacteria make you healthy

                When you take a high-quality probiotic with a   substantial number of beneficial bacteria strains and CFUs (“colony-forming units”), you literally flood your system with “good” guys!  With more than 1,000 different types of bacteria living in your digestive tract, adding high numbers of beneficial bacteria can help […]

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Vitamin D and Obesity

                There is much interest in the relationship between obesity and vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D is stored as the parent compound, cholecalciferol, in the muscles and fat.      However, in cases of  obesity, vitamin D essentially becomes sequestered by fat cells leaving it unavailable for mobilization when needed.  […]

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Why you don’t want to be short of Magnesium

Why you don’t want to be short of Magnesium It is the fourth most abundant mineral in your body Exists in over 300 different bodily enzymes Is found primarily in your bones (half of your total body magnesium) Plays a role in your body’s  detoxification processes* Aids your energy metabolism and protein synthesis Helps guide […]

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Are you cranky?

                I have noticed when working with women around my age and older that they are all so sensitive and cranky and unreasonable.  This is all caused by a  decline in their hormones. Symptoms of low Oestrogen: Irritability, overanalysing, vaginal dryness, increased  urinary tract infections, irregular periods, breast  […]

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Epilepsy and Vitamin D

                Correcting vitamin D deficiencies may help epileptics control their seizures better.  In a pilot study, researchers observed how  correcting vitamin D deficiency affected 13 subjects between ages 19 and 60 who had epilepsy anywhere from 10 to 42 years. After a 90-day follow-up, 10 out of 13 […]

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Magnesium and Diabetes

                Do you have Type 2   diabetes?  It is estimated that nearly half of all diabetics are magnesium deficient. Low magnesium levels also affect insulin resistance, a    precursor to type 2 diabetes. High levels of insulin in the blood, common with insulin resistance, also lead to further loss […]

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Improve digestion to beat depression

                Many of you that come into our clinic are on Antidepressants, so I thought it was important to teach you all how you can beat depression, by improving your digestion. Digestive dysfunction is one of the biggest presenters in my  office. Digestion can be improved by the […]

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Improve Your Overall Health

                Your dental health can have a significant impact on your overall health. Oral disease can contribute to diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and Alzheimer’s, just to name a few.  Advanced gum disease can raise your risk of a fatal heart attack up to 10 times. Steps […]

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Skincare for dogs

                Tips for healthy skin and ears in dogs -Clean your dog’s floppy ears daily if they are swimming-use garlic infused olive oil or colloidal silver and a cotton pad -Clip long haired dogs in the summer to let the air and vitamin D get to the skin […]

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