Solutions for Sun Damaged Skin – How Antioxidants Can Help!

Solutions for Sun Damaged Skin – How Antioxidants Can Help!

May 25, 2011

What does our skin crave in the summertime? Well— sun, sun, and more sun! With all the beach trips, hiking, biking, boating, gardening, and lounging by the pool, the average person soaks in a lot of sunshine this time of year. While this is great for our vitamin D levels and overall happiness, too much of those cheery rays can damage the skin and lead to free...

The Symptom Masquerade – Complexities of Lyme Disease

The Symptom Masquerade – Complexities of Lyme Disease

May 21, 2011

Free Webinar Lyme disease is known to be a multisystem condition manifesting in layers of cause and effect. The causative bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi brings along a host of challenges due to its ability to morph into three distinct bacterial forms for the purpose of survival and proliferation. If this were not enough, the condition is often exacerbated by...

Eight Types of Herpes – What You Need to Know

Eight Types of Herpes – What You Need to Know

May 20, 2011

Did you know that there are now eight known strains of herpes virus, with many of them effecting up to 95% of adults? Following is a brief explanation of each so you know what to look for in your patients/clients: HSV1: Causes cold sores and is spread through direct physical contact. HSV2: Causes genital herpes and is spread through sexual contact. HHV3...

BioEnergetic Panel Ushers in New Pediatric Paradigm

BioEnergetic Panel Ushers in New Pediatric Paradigm

May 19, 2011

An airport hotel in Newark, NJ, seems like an unlikely place for medicine to undergo a significant shift, but sometimes the most salient events happen under the most unlikely circumstances. Last Friday, a group of practitioners came together to share some of the best practices they had seen in working effectively with pediatrics— especially autism spectrum...

Senior Nutrition- Longevity through Whole Foods

Senior Nutrition- Longevity through Whole Foods

May 18, 2011

Aging isn’t easy, and ensuring proper nutrition can be challenging for individuals of any age. It is very important to become familiar with the body’s nutritional needs because vitamin and mineral deficiencies are more difficult to track in older adults, yet more important for long-term health.   The aging process changes how the human body assimilates and...