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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…

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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…

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More About Knee Arthritis and Knee Pain

Osteo arthritis 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.…

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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…

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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…

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High Blood Pressure?

Try these Natural, Holistic and Nutritional Approaches Why look to complimentary or alternative medicine (CAM) for help? Researchers have found that many patients are not consistent with their blood pressure medications due to unpleasant side effects. Even more worrying, hypertension medications have been shown to increase the risk of falls in senior citizens; often with devastating…

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Help for anxiety, Non-drug approaches

The National Institute for Mental Health website, a division of the NIH, states that over 18% of the American adult population suffers anxiety disorders each year. 46% of adolescents experience this debilitating condition between the ages of 13 and 18. It’s a silent epidemic which may be a windfall for the pharmaceutical industry but it’s…

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Growing a New Brain – Revisited

Some time ago I wrote about brain training and promised to write about my experiences withwww.Lumosity.com . This is a series of interactive graduated brain games developed as a collaborative effort between neurologists at Stanford and Harvard. Research indicates that our brains continuously produce new neuronal and glial brain cells which then migrate to the hippocampus.…

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Equilib and Autism Spectrum

Natural approaches require more than vitamins. Tools you can use; including a funded (no cost) holistic eight week program. Autism spectrum has literally become an epidemic in North America. Historically, about I in 1000 children would develop this challenging condition. By 2000 that had jumped to 1 in 150. As of 2010 – 1 in…

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Environmental factors affect ADHD for better or for worse.

ADD and ADHD are challenging conditions which in many cases go undiagnosed and untreated. The Centers for Disease Control estimate that eleven percent of children age four to seventeen suffer and the rates have been steadily climbing. Since humans’ basic genetic makeup does not change quickly, the increase in incidence must be related to environmental…

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