UAB – News – In cardiac injury, the NSAID carprofen causes dysfunction of the immune system

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication, or NSAIDs, are widely used as a pain reliever, to reduce fevers and to lower inflammation. They are readily available in any household in over-the-counter form, such as aspirin or ibuprofen for example. This is a great research piece and a very important one especially for the world of sports, where the… Continue Reading

OMAD and Intermitent Fasting

I received this newsletter today and it was an exact question I had to discuss with a friend a couple of days ago. Is following OMAD (one meal a day) eating plan good for weight loss and is it considered fasting? I personally believe it is, in fact, fasting because you effectively fast for over… Continue Reading

Does Red Light Therapy Really Work?

JOOVV does! First time I have heard of red light therapy was through Dave Asprey of Bulletproof. I trust his biohacking ways to point me in the directions I then can myself research, and so I did with JOOVV. I researched, I read, I even consulted with my doctor and my chiropractor. Finally, I made… Continue Reading

The best essential oils company :)

I took this course and I loved it! Even after years of using essential oils, I have learned so much! Especially fascinating for me was the production class. It is absolutely free, you earn free oils as you study. And their oils are organic!!! Jade Bloom is truly an amazing company, their goal is to… Continue Reading

Thyme Oil Beats Ibuprofen for Pain Management.

Great information about amazing properties of Thyme. However one has to be very careful with Thyme oil. Most recommendations you will find on internet advise against taking it internally. doTerra website recommends that for internal use it should be diluted and added to capsule. Can also be added to foods as a seasoning (Note: Use… Continue Reading

Fasting may have amazing benefits.

Fascinating information. I have being playing with fasting, after reading this, for about a week now. Will report my findings later, when have time to write. 🙂 It’s Summer, time to be with my girls, my husband and my friends. Fasting for three days can regenerate entire immune system, study finds A person’s entire immune… Continue Reading

The Rise of the Health Coach

Please forgive me the reblog of a link, but I had to get this on the website for those interested, and did not have time to do a write-up. The Rise of the Health Coach   To your health, Elena        

Is gluten linked to hair loss alopecia?

Gluten Found to be a Cause of Autoimmune Hair Loss. To date, there have been 100′s of symptoms, syndromes, and diseases linked to gluten exposure for those with gluten sensitivity.  One of these little known diseases is alopecia areata (autoimmune hair loss).  This condition can effect men and women and typically manifests as circular balding… Continue Reading

Reversing brain damage

I have a lot of respect for Dr Amen and his work at Amen Clinics. Methods they use and areas where they apply them are amazing. Using  Brain SPECT imaging (Single-photon emission computed tomography) they can address and treat conditions like: add / adhd anxiety / depression addiction age better autism spectrum disorders behavioral problems… Continue Reading

Food Matters has teamed up with IIN!

Another great update from my school the Institute for Integrative Nutrition We’re excited to announce that we have teamed up with the awesome folks at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (also know as IIN) to bring you a super special discount and offer. If you sign up before September 10, 2013 to become a certified Holistic… Continue Reading

Great resource for Best Herbal Remedies.

Yet again I came across an amazing article of valuable information that I had to share….I will use it myself. The easiest and the quickest way to use it I think, is to search the page for a remedy or an ailment and it will get you to the needed herb faster than having to scroll down through all 55 of… Continue Reading

Latest info on Vitamin D – sun anyone?

To [Vitamin] D or Not to D? That Is the Question  – a very interesting debate. Two leading experts in the field of vitamin D agreed to disagree at the 2013 European Congress on Endocrinology, during a lighthearted debate on the subject of whether or not everyone needs more vitamin D. To summarize: Their arguments were backed up… Continue Reading