Skin is the largest organ of the human body. Healthy, intact skin helps our bodies to retain moisture and provides a protective barrier from physical stress and strain as well as from environmental pathogens. Skin is composed of the outer epidermis and the inner dermis. Sweat glands and hair follicles with their associated sebaceous glands […]
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I’ve written several articles and done several interviews discussing adrenal fatigue and the gut-hormone connection. Today, you’re going to hear from my good friend, Dr. Jolene Brighten, integrative women’s health expert, as she discusses 6 ways to support your adrenals after baby. With Mother’s Day fast approaching, I wanted to share some helpful information for […]
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Free radicals are highly reactive, short-lived molecules that, when not balanced by antioxidants, can have an adverse affect on body systems, triggering a number of human diseases as well as aging. Aging is caused by free radical damage called oxidative stress that causes damage to our cell powerhouses called the mitochondria. Mitochondria produce ‘packages’ of […]
Guest Post – Dr. Scott A. Mills DC One thing I have not done much of on this website is to discuss pain, muscle issues, and other structural problems that could indeed be a stressor to your health expression as much as Twinkies and self-esteem deficiencies. I have asked a friend and colleague, Dr. Scott […]
The functioning of the human body is extraordinarily complex. There is no man-made machine in existence that is as intricate as our body. Science continues to try to figure it out. One dilemma we all face is that we don’t know what we don’t know.
Today’s article is a guest post by Dr. Mark Burhenne, the #1 bestselling author of The 8-Hour Sleep Paradox. As an authority on dental health, he is also on a mission to help shift the conversation about sleep from quantity to quality as the foundation for primal living. As a member of the American Academy of Dental […]
As the quality of the standard Canadian diet has continued to decline steadily, more individuals than ever before are being diagnosed with digestive problems. Celiac disease, IBS, and Crohn’s disease are much more prevalent today and for some people, may lead to a life of chronic digestive problems and abdominal pain. While it may be […]
Not all numbness and tingling is coming from the spine (hint: a nerve entrapment can happen anywhere a nerve passes through other tissue). Nor is the carpal tunnel syndrome diagnosis always coming from the carpal tunnel (another hint: the location of symptoms, while helpful, does not always convey location of the problem). In the below video, Dr. […]
by Dr. Will Cole When your skin isn’t healthy, there’s no way to hide it. I’ve struggled with acne breakouts since I was a teenager, and my complexion was a source of intense insecurity for me. Few things will make someone more self-conscious than having bad skin. Your problem is all there for the world […]