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  1. Get to Know Homeopathy

    Get to Know Homeopathy

    An alternative system of medicine, Homeopathy is the second most leading systems of medicine in the world, recognized by most World Health Bodies and practiced by physicians qualifying with equivalent education standards as compared to modern medical doctors. Homeopathic remedies can be of immense help to patients of any age group for complaints related to any disease condition. Homeopathy can help in arresting/slowing down the disease process and providing a good quality of life to the patient.
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  2. Restless Legs Syndrome. You Eat Your Way into This

    Due to its peculiar nocturnal onset, Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) is a great destroyer of sleep. Often associated with Irritable Bowel Syndrome or other dysbiosis, the incidence of RLS seems on the rise. Think ‘fidget spinners’.

    Neither conventional or natural medicine have advanced any cause or cure. This, from the Mayo Clinic: “There’s no cure for Restless Legs Syndrome, a poorly understood neurologic disorder…”1. Or, Dr. Andrew Weil, MD: “There is no known cause for RLS, although some researchers believe it may involve an imbalance in brain chemicals.”2. Some medicaments, supplements or therapies give occasional or partial relief. Symptom relapse is the norm.

    In 1988, DeLamar Gibbons, MD, once

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  3. What to do about Adrenal Exhaustion

    What to do about Adrenal Exhaustion

    Adrenal Fatigue, adrenal exhaustion, adrenal insufficiency…it’s a syndrome. It is refers to a collection of nonspecific symptoms such as fatigue, anxiety, joint pain, insomnia, hypoglycemia, depression, nervousness, sleep disturbances and digestive problems presenting in an otherwise healthy person with normal laboratory test results. However a person has been living that has placed such stress on the adrenals that are beyond its ability to sustain adequate function. It is difficult to get ‘traction’ with a person so afflicted. Adrenal exhaustion

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  4. Collagen for Joint Pain

    Collagen is a fibrous glycoprotein, the most abundant protein in the human body. It provides the form of a strong frame, the ‘glue’ that that holds us together. It is what makes for supple and elastic skin. Collagen production slows with aging and is expressed as wrinkled and sagging skin, decreased cartilage manifesting as ‘skeleton legs’. Collagen degradation and its symptoms can be addressed by judicious supplementation of collagen rich foods and the use of products that contain them. Clinical and scientific evidence suggest that by such means bone pain can be reduced. Significantly.

    Collagen degradation comes from the fact that we do not eat products that contain a lot of it anymore, so we develop deficiencies

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  5. Curcumin and Boswellia Relieve  Inflammatory Pain

    Curcumin and Boswellia Relieve Inflammatory Pain

    Two proven botanicals that do the job. These days, pain and inflammation frequently keep us from comfortably performing everyday activities. It could be as simple as bending over to pick up something we dropped or undertaking an exercise program or lifting something at work. Personally, I am always trying to push to my body’s limits so I know all too well the pain and inflammation my body generates. I try to lift the heaviest weights possible, have competed in bodybuilding shows and powerlifting meets and also do heavy physical labour.
    When I first tried Curcumin, sometimes in combination with boswellia, they combined to provide immediate alleviation of pain without the harmful side effects that pharmaceutical medicaments inflict.

    High-bioavailability curcumin extracts

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