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Nutritional Supplements and Why You Need Them

Nutritional Supplements: Who needs them? Can you be optimally healthy without taking supplements? In short, the answer is no. You can take my word for it and stop here, or read on for the supporting evidence. In theory, it does make sense that we should be able to depend on a healthy diet to supply… Read more »

Take Magnesium, Not Calcium, for Bones

In the first post in the series, I shared with you what a mineral is and why magnesium is the king in our body. In the second post, I discussed how diet and other lifestyle issues have led to an epidemic of magnesium deficiency which can lead to multiple unrecognized everyday issues and be part… Read more »

Magnesium – Assess and Restore

In this final post on magnesium we will focus on how you can assess and optimize your magnesium levels for powerful benefits in health and well-being. Assessing Magnesium Levels Part of the reason why magnesium deficiencies remain undetected is because they are difficult to accurately and affordably assess. And even when they are assessed by… Read more »

The Most Important Mineral, Part 2

“Magnesium deficiency is as a serious health problem here in the United States. Magnesium plays a key role in more than 350 enzymes in the body and is involved in virtually every metabolic process.” – Rick Cohen, M.D. We all know about calcium but it is the mineral magnesium which we need to focus. Please… Read more »

The Most Important Mineral

If you have been following my posts, you will know how critical it is to have synergy in your diet and nutritional supplement program. Your body has thousands of physiological processes and each of the major players such as vitamin D, essential fats, nitric oxide and micronutrients not only support the activity of each other… Read more »

Prostate Health – What Is It For?

So what’s a prostate for anyway? Most men know they have one. And if you are over 50, you almost certainly have known somebody or have personally had an enlarged prostate, an infected prostate or even prostate cancer. (The second most common cancer diagnosed in men in the United States) Last week I shared with… Read more »

Top Ten Foods For Prostate Health

The prostate, which is part of the male reproductive system, is a gland that surrounds the bladder and urethra. The primary job of the prostate is to produce and secrete some of the alkaline seminal fluids during ejaculation (about 30-35% of the semen ejaculate). Being alkaline, the prostate fluid, which is milky whitish in color,… Read more »

EDTA Chelation

Last week I shared my chelation story. This week let’s delve into how chelation works and the options for treatment. I’ll also discuss a surprise new finding of how chelation and beets can work synergistically to support cardiovascular health. Take a look at this statement from one of the world’s leading chelation doctors: “I haven’t… Read more »

My EDTA Chelation Story

Doctors Still Despise EDTA Chelation Even Though Science Supports Its Benefits Are you familiar with EDTA (ethylene diamine tetra acetic acid)? You may have seen an ad add for it in your local newspaper or heard about it from a friend or cousin. It may have sounded too good to be true… you may have… Read more »

Is It Low T?

There are very few real problems these days that you can truly thank the pharmaceutical industry for but one of them is creating an awareness of male testosterone issues and in doing so moving it from the concern of a small group of longevity oriented, European trained physician to that of mass market appeal. Up until… Read more »