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24 Sep

Neuropathy is a painful progressive nerve degeneration that mostly affects the legs and feet. If you have pain, numbness, or tingling in your legs or feet you must watch this video. It will explain what it is and what to do about it. After you watch the video fill out the paperwork if you haven’t […]


20 Feb

“The #1 Toxic Food That You Eat Everyday” What is the single biggest killer in your diet? Would you choose hot dogs? How about pizza? What about soda? No, not these directly. It’s something inside each of these and hundreds of other foods you eat every day. What contributes the most to cardiovascular disease, the […]

Gut Problems

29 Jan

Don’t We All Have Them? “All diseases begin in the gut”, said Hippocrates. And back when he said this they didn’t have all the junk we have today that we call food. Gastrointestinal problems are the most overlooked and most common health problems today. Who do you know that doesn’t have digestive problems? How many […]

Healthy Living Salem Oregon

30 Oct

Do you realize how bad our health is in the US? It is an epidemic crisis. What’s worse is that your kids and grandkids are headed to health ruin if someone doesn’t take responsibility. And then, these young people are supposed to take care of us and our society when we get older. How will […]

Your Metabolic Engines

19 Jun

There are five metabolic control systems that determine how efficiently your body and mind work. They control your energy production; they control the function of your heart and circulation; they control the function of your brain and nervous system; they determine your efficiency of digestion and use of nutrients; they control the chemical balance in […]

No Thyroid Symptoms And What The Thyroid Tests Showed

15 Feb

I just had a case the other day where I had a person come in with the following symptoms: 1. Overweight 2. Peripheral neuropathy 3. Equilibrium and balance problems On further evaluation, she said she had small intestine and gastrointestinal symptoms. She also indicated there were blood sugar problems and some adrenal symptoms. Where were […]

A New Look at Functional Healthcare

8 Feb

Today, Wednesday, I got to the office about 5:15 in the morning. One thing about getting up early is there’s no traffic to speak of. And that’s why I don’t like to leave at lunch time either. The reason I arrived a little earlier than usual is some of the new testing procedures that are […]

Cholesterol and Statins at Your Fast Food Dive

6 Sep

Are you worried about high cholesterol or your diet or even weight gain? Well, I have some good news for you! All you need is another pill that you might get soon at your local fast food store. You can still get your hamburger, fries, cola but now you may be able to get a […]

Drugged America

3 Jun

This article came from this link: and is telling of the problem we are having in our country… Prescription drug abuse is the nation’s fastest-growing drug problem, according to the office of National Drug Control Policy. It is now the second-most abused category of drugs after marijuana, and the second leading cause of accidental […]

Lipitor and Cholesterol

17 May

Before you get misty-eyed about the statin drugs you are thinking about taking to lower cholesterol here are a few things you need to be informed about: CHOLESTEROL Only 20% of your cholesterol comes from foods you eat; 80% is made by your body. Cholesterol is needed to make adrenocortical and sex hormones like progesterone […]