10 Facts About the Nervous System
Irritable Bowel, Bloating, Frequent Abdominal Pain?
Studies show enteric coated peppermint oil to be inexpensive, safe and effective for many. IBS or Irritable Bowel Syndrome is the most common condition seen by gastroenterologists with an estimated 10-15% of the American population suffering this painful and inconvenient condition. Although most statistics are on adult incidence, children can suffer IBS as well. Personally,…Read More
What does DigestPlus do?
Live plant digestive enzymes such as DigestPlus when taken with food help the body break down food for proper absorption and are usually taken towards the end of the meal to encourage the body to produce what enzymes it can first. When taken on an empty stomach, it appears that the body uses them to…Read More
Demystifying Air Filtration and Purification
As one who spent many years in field research and development in indoor environmental remediation for those with severe chemical sensitivities, allergies, asthma etc. I believe this article is overdue. There are a bewildering variety of types of portable and central air cleaning systems each with their own strengths and limitations. HEPA filtration Benefits: True…Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, October 20, 2011 How to Make People Believe Any Anti-Vitamin Scare It Just Takes Lots of Pharmaceutical Industry Cash by Andrew W. Saul Editor, Orthomolecular Medicine News Service (OMNS, Oct 20, 2011) Recent much trumpeted anti-vitamin news is the product of pharmaceutical company payouts. No, this is not…Read More
Pregnancy, Toxic Exposures and Equilib
The following article has been provided as part of EvinceNaturals ongoing dedication to effectively supporting physical, mental and emotional health for those of all ages. Modern women are bathed in a sea of toxins, mutagens and carcinogens in cosmetics, cleaning products, food, air and water – not to mention toxic effects from prescribed medications. Many…Read More
Over Active Bladder Medication and Dementia
Over active bladder medication. Care for a side order of dementia with that? More bad news for those taking anticholinergic (anti spasmodic) over active bladder medications such as Tolterodine, Detrol and Oxybutynin. In a powerful study published online January 26 2015 in JAMA Internal Medicine, Dr Shelley Gray PharmD, University of Washington, Seattle And her…Read More
More About Knee Arthritis and Knee Pain
Osteoarthritis is often considered to be the wear and tear form of arthritis but it’s not so simple. The question is why is this amazingly designed joint breaking down? The knee is made up of bones with complex geometry surfaces, cartilage, meniscus membranes, synovial fluid for lubrication and tendons to stabilize the entire contraption. When…Read More
Insomnia, Middle of the Night Waking and Non-Drug Approaches
An interesting degree of variability has been noted in Equilib Nutrient/enzyme Protocol Open Case Study Participants’ responses to different forms of sleep difficulties. Those unable to fall asleep due to racing thoughts, feelings of bodily tension etc., have typically reported a very strong and often rapid response to the Equilib Nutrient/enzyme Protocol Those experiencing middle…Read More
Human health: What are digestive enzymes?
Enzymes are created by the body from amino acids and carry out thousands of different functions throughout every cell. Researchers have identified over three thousand so far and some believe there are tens of thousands yet to be discovered. Their roles include breaking down larger molecules, supporting immune function and aiding in the proper disposal…Read More