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The Effects of Stress on Immune Function and Outbreaks

Posted On Aug 09, 2017

Persistent or acute stress and trauma are some of the most common triggers for outbreaks in people with chronic immune efficacy issues. This is largely due to the regulatory control stress hormones have on immune function. Adrenal stress hormones like adrenaline and cortisol activate important changes in your immune function because they have the ability…

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Glandular Extract Therapy: How Does it Work?

Posted On Jul 26, 2017

Taking a glandular extract product to improve one’s health is not new by any means. Throughout history, people have used the glands and various other parts of animals for healing purposes. It was known that those who consumed organs and glands from various animals and fish improved their overall health and well-being, especially when it…

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10 Easy Ways to Get Energized

Posted On Jul 06, 2017

Do you sometimes struggle with energy levels throughout the day? If you’re human, chances are you answered with a resounding yes. The good news is there are easy, quick and often free ways to get a quick, clean and healthy energy boost. Eat a Power Snack The word snack often sounds like a bad word….

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Dr. Wilson’s Tips for Healthy and Stress-Free Travel

Posted On Jun 19, 2017

Travelling – whether it’s a drive to the next city or a flight to another country – is inherently stressful for your body, even when the trip is enjoyable. In addition to usual the felt stresses of planning, getting there on schedule, navigating your new surroundings, and protecting your health, there are a number of…

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Using Replacement Hormone Treatment for Adrenal Fatigue

Posted On May 12, 2017

Cortisol as a Treatment Option In some cases of severe adrenal fatigue a short therapeutic course of natural cortisol may be needed. Briefly, if this therapy is necessary, it should be confirmed by special tests such as the combined 24-Hour Urinary Cortisol & ACTH tests. In addition, it is important to remember that corticosteroids suppress adrenal…

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Curb Your Eating: Help Your Brain Fight the Urge to Splurge

Posted On Apr 27, 2017

We make dozens of decisions every day. When it comes to deciding what to eat and feed our families, it can be a lot easier than you might think to make smart, healthy choices. It takes just a little planning. The food we put into our bodies is our fuel. It provides us with nutrients—the…

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Breaking Bad Habits: Why It’s So Hard to Change

Posted On Apr 06, 2017

If you know something’s bad for you, why can’t you just stop? About 70% of smokers say they would like to quit. Drug and alcohol abusers struggle to give up addictions that hurt their bodies and tear apart families and friendships. And many of us have unhealthy excess weight that we could lose if only…

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Going Gluten Free: 8 Tips for Managing Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity

Posted On Mar 23, 2017

Whether you have celiac disease or are sensitive to gluten, it can be difficult to avoid. Making meal plans can be challenging, and the thought of eating out can cause more anxiety than joy. Here are my 8 tips for eliminating gluten and taking away the stress of living with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity….

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5 Tests to Determine Digestive Function

Posted On Mar 16, 2017

There are many tests used to diagnose digestive issues. How do you know which is best for your condition, or where to start? Here are the five tests I commonly use in my clinical practice with my patients. 1 – The Urinary Indican Test This test is used to determine the presence of indican in the…

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Positive Emotions and Your Health: Developing a Brighter Outlook

Posted On Feb 02, 2017

Do you tend to look on the sunny side, or do you see a future filled with dark, stormy skies? A growing body of research suggests that having a positive outlook can benefit your physical health. NIH-funded scientists are working to better understand the links between your attitude and your body. They’re finding some evidence…

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