Category Archives: Wellness

Breakfast, Diabetes and Weight Gain. Is there a link?

You may have heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day—and new science reveals that it can actually be lifesaving, particularly for men. Men who regularly skip breakfast are at 27 percent higher risk of suffering a … Continue reading

Vitamin C Supplements Linked to Kidney Stones

Men who take vitamin C supplements may have an increased risk for developing kidney stones, according to a new study. Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is a water-soluble vitamin that is necessary for the formation of collagen in bones, cartilage, muscle … Continue reading

High Iron Intake Linked to Reduced PMS Risk

A recent study suggests that high iron intake may reduce the risk for premenstrual syndrome (PMS). PMS is a group of symptoms that start one to two weeks before the period. Four out of 10 menstruating women experience PMS. There … Continue reading

Health is Wealth

Are you an executive for a large corporation or a small business owner who is working hard to be successful while keeping an eye on the budget? The financial fitness of any business is dependent on the health of the … Continue reading

Erectile Dysfunction and Other Penis Problems—What They Can Mean

Penis is an anatomical term—and, of course, much more—the penis is a barometer of a man’s health. While the life-expectancy gap between men and women has decreased, it’s no secret men need to pay more attention to their bodies. They … Continue reading

Invest in Your Bones

“… All postmenopausal women can benefit from non-pharmacologic interventions to reduce the risk of fracture, including a balanced diet with adequate intake of calcium and vitamin D, regular exercise, measures to prevent falls or to minimize their impact, smoking cessation … Continue reading

Do you have Neurotransmitter imbalances?

Are you anxious, depressed, lack energy, craving carbohydrates, having difficulty sleeping or experiencing brain fog? You may have a neurotransmitter (NT) imbalance. This imbalance can result in mental, emotional, and physical changes. Millions of Americans are experiencing depression and unhappiness, … Continue reading


Each year 250,000 people die due to medical errors. That is equivalent to a 3 jumbo jets crashing every two days. My mother had severe stomach pains. She went to many doctors. They told her, “There is nothing wrong with … Continue reading

New Year, New Medicine

It’s 2013. Are you still suffering from illness and symptoms after years of medical care and pharmaceutical drugs? Perhaps it is time for another assessment and to explore new evidenced-based options. You deserve to live your best life. Today we … Continue reading

Dancing Holiday Hormones

Are you excited about the holidays? Perhaps you have some “mixed” feelings as you look forward to family, friends and all the celebrations. You love the season and the festivities but may be thinking, “I wish I felt better.”  If … Continue reading