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IBS

1 Apr

IBS – Irritable Bowel Syndrome Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS, or spastic colon) is characterized by chronic abdominal pain, discomfort, bloating, constipation and diarrhea. It is related to brain fog, fibromyalgia, skin diseases, and infections. If you have had any of these chronic intestinal problems, call our clinic so we can help you get your health […]

Fatigue, Diarrhea, Depressed — Celebrity Sited In Clinic

8 Mar

Yes, we have had treated celebrities in our clinic; a rock star, several reality TV stars, entertainers, but none compare to the one we are working on. Without our knowing, Ms. T’s case was written up in a national newsletter sent to doctors. I was reading several case presentations when I got to one and […]

Sugar

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 […]

“I will be dead next year…”

28 Dec

That is what she said during our interview. Can you imagine? Not feeling well, not doing well, and no hope. Another thing she said was that she listened and did everything we told her to do. Now that takes a lot, realizing that you are going down the tubes and then putting trust and faith […]

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 […]

Healthy Living Expo – Salem, Oregon

9 Oct

Salem, Oregon – Do you remember where you were the Saturday after Thanksgiving 2011? a. Shopping b. Watching football c. At the Salem Convention Center for the first annual We were all at the Healthy Living and Gluten Free Expo; Tracy giving massages, Fawn and Wendy handing out information and scheduling appointments, and me. I […]

Functional Health Care

29 Jun

The main goal in functional healthcare is to find person-specific rather than disease-specific approaches. Every person has different nutritional requirements so they can produce energy efficiently and perform all the other functions efficiently. Some people don’t do well eating red meat, yet some people become incredibly weak without red meat. Some people drink too much […]

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 […]

Stress and Weight Gain

28 Mar

Stress and Weight Gain There are two primary types of energy production – one from carbohydrates and carbohydrate amino acids, the other from fats and fat amino acids. The healthy person is able to produce energy throughout the day and night from both glucogenic and ketogenic sources. In a good state of health we have […]