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For Women Only – Overcoming Urinary Incontinence

Bladder leakage is an embarrassing yet common problem, but promising new solutions may soon make it a thing of the past. Urinary incontinence and bladder leakage affects an estimated 50 percent of all women, yet we rarely talk about it - or seek help. The sad statistics show that as low as 25 percent of women suffering with this embarrassing issue seek treatment...

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Cleaning Up the Clorox Controversy

Bleach has been given a bad name as a toxic substance, and it’s time to restore its squeaky clean reputation as a simple, oxygenating salt treatment. 

If you’ve been following me for any length of time, then you know my penchant for rewriting the rules of health and nutrition. My mentor, Dr. Hazel Parcells, was well known for her research into the tremendous healing properties of chlorine bleach...

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Your Body’s Many Cries for Enzymes

When it comes to innovative solutions for achy joints, tummy troubles, and even autoimmune flares, enzymes are the unsung heroes, waiting in the wings to spring into action and save the day! They work nonstop, 24/7, always in the background, silently running things. I like to imagine their central command sounds something like this, “Pancreas, we need your digestive enzymes – pronto – to break this salad down into absorbable nutrients! 

 

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How to Lose Weight When You Have Autoimmune Disease

How to Lose Weight When You Have Autoimmune Disease

It’s a Catch 22 – autoimmune disease causes inflammation that brings on weight gain, but maintaining a healthy weight is key to controlling autoimmunity. The good news is you can lose the weight and keep it off – even while you battle autoimmune disease.  It’s no secret that obesity and chronic disease go hand in hand – and the 80+ mystery illnesses that are lumped together as “autoimmune” are no exception to this rule. 

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Are Your Stomach Woes the Missing Link to Your Hair Loss?

Your thinning hair may be a sign that you’re not digesting and absorbing nutrients properly. Carla was just 30 years old when she started noticing her hair was thinning. It started with seeing more hair than normal on her brush and in her shower drain, but soon it became obvious when she looked in the mirror – she was losing her hair. 

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Dimpled Thighs, Unexplained Pain? Fascia May Be the Culprit

Whether you have tight muscles, scar tissue, or dimpled thighs, fascia is now in the spotlight as the culprit – and rightly so. But what is fascia and how do you fix it? lt all started with a  MISDIAGNOSED Baker’s Cyst on the back of my right knee that had just been injected with ozone. 

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Is Intermittent Fasting Good For Type 2 Diabetes?

There’s no question intermittent fasting works to help you lose weight, but is it safe for Type 2 diabetics? The low fat diet craze of the 90s left us fat, sick, and tired, with chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease. All of those refined carbs we crammed into our diets to try to satiate our hunger brought on the inflammation and hormone imbalance that leads to the whole vicious cycle behind overweight and chronic disease. Almost 10 percent of the US population has now been diagnosed with diabetes, with 95 percent of cases being Type 2.

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