Whenever we sponsor a free dinner seminar, I always ask the restaurant to NOT offer any artificial sweeteners to our guests. Why do I do that? Well, you are about to find out about the dangers of eating and drinking artificially sweetened products. Over the years, an ever-growing number of studies have shown artificial sweeteners
Teff, a cereal grain grown mostly in Eritrea and Ethiopia, has been used for many centuries in African and Arabian countries but has only begun gaining popularity in the USA in recent years. Health benefits of Teff include: GLUTEN SENSITIVITY - Teff is gluten-free, making it a good alternative grain for people who have gluten
If you have attended one of my free dinner talks, you’ll have heard my story as to why I am no longer an attorney and decided to go back to college at age 55 to become a Chiropractic/Acupuncturist and Functional Health advocate. For those of you who have not attended a dinner talk [what are
When I consult with potential Wellness Members I very often see they are Diabetic – or Pre-Diabetic and also taking Statins. What typically happens is this; Statin users go to their physician for a routine visit and after the blood work is drawn, they find their cholesterol ratios may “be improved”, but now they have
CBD stands for Cannabidiol – a therapeutic component of Medicinal Hemp. THC stands for Tetrahydrocannabinol which is the psychoactive component of Marijuana. CBD and THC are called cannabinoids and they are the most active compounds in Cannabis. Cannabis is a plant family that includes many species, including both hemp and marijuana. Hemp is recognized
Whenever I review a Blood Chemistry Analysis Functional Health Report with one of our Wellness members, I am always keenly aware of their Magnesium level. I LOVE Magnesium and here are just a few reasons why: 1. Magnesium is required for the healthy function of most cells, especially your heart, kidneys and muscles. 2. Low
Suffice it to say, we have an epidemic of diabetes in the United States. It is estimated that 8 out of 10 either have Type 2 Diabetes or are on their way toward developing diabetes. That is scary stuff. So, the good news is Type 2 diabetes is curable. Type 2 diabetes is lifestyle related.