Posts in Whole Body Health
What is Nutrition Response Testing?

Nutrition Response Testing is a non-invasive system of analyzing the body in order to determine the underlying causes of ill health. When these are corrected through safe, natural, nutritional means, the body can repair itself in order to attain and maintain more optimum health.

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The Slow Poisoning of America - MSG

“Betcha can’t eat just one”, takes on a whole new meaning where MSG is concerned!  And we wonder why the nation is overweight?  The MSG manufactures themselves admit that it addicts people to their products.  It makes people choose their product over others, and makes people eat more of it than they would if MSG wasn’t added.

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5 Strategies for Optimal Health

Never before in the history of mankind has staying healthy been more of a challenge.Humanity has always had challenges when it comes to survival and well-being, whether it be from saber tooth tigers, worldwide famine or terrible plagues that wipe out millions.But the challenge of staying healthy has never been as great as it is today.

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Keeping Healthy Through the Cold and Flu Season

Every year millions of people get colds and it is estimated that 5-20% of the American population get the flu every year.  Why?  Why do we get sick in the first place and what can you do to prevent colds and flu?   

There are many reasons why someone may get a cold or flu – or get sick at all, for that reason!  Here are just a few:

1. Certainly stress plays a major role and goodness knows we are all under a lot of stress. But if we are all under so much stress, why do some get sick and others don’t?

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Carbs - The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

It was in the 1970’s that dieticians began telling us to eat less red meat and less fat and to increase the amount of grains and carbs instead.  We were all given the message, “Fat is bad, carbs are good”.  So we began to reduce the fat and increase the carbs and we should have gotten healthier and skinnier, right?  But we didn’t.  Instead, diabetes and heart disease are at all-time highs and the obesity epidemic is well out of control. 

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