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Supporting Your Stress Glands – The Adrenals

Breast Cancer- Feel your boobies: Save your life.

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What is Wrong With My Shoes?

You were born with perfect feet. When you were born the widest part of your foot was your toes, or forefoot, not the ball of our foot and there was space between your toes. Feet have evolved to be inherently healthy; they are designed to function free of any support or constraints. Unfortunately, modern footwear has evolved to prevent our feet from functioning the way they are intended to.

It is extremely likely that your ailments – bunions, hammer toes, corns, plantar fasciosis (fasciitis), neuromas, shin splints, in-grown toenails, Achilles and other tendonitis’, knee, hip, and back problems, etcetera – would never have developed if it weren’t for those stylish kicks you’re wearing right now. In fact, these issues occur very rarely in cultures where shoes are not worn. Let's take a look at some of the design flaws that are common in footwear:

Toe taperingthe toe box of most shoes forces toes into a triangular shape; this forces our toes into a space much smaller than intended and…

Why do I feel off? MTHFR!

“I know there is something wrong with me but my doctor said everything is normal. I just feel off.”This is a common theme for people suffering from a variety of symptoms, such as chronic fatigue, undiagnosed mood disorders, chronic allergies, and digestive disorders like IBS. More and more research on chronic disease is now pointing to a mutation of the MTHFR gene.
MTHFR polymorphisms, or gene mutations, have been linked to infertility, certain cancers, migraines, birth defects, heart disease, hypertention, rheumatoid arthritis, anxiety, depression, ADHD, fibromyalgia, multiple schlerosis, alzheimer’s, chronic fatigue syndrome; and that’s the short list. When our body’s methylation reactions are impaired, our body is unable to function optimally and protect our DNA from damage, reduce our histamine/ allergic reactions, and create strong cell membranes, protecting us from toxins and inflammation.
No, MTHFR is not a new kind of texting swear word.MTHFR is a gene that produces an enzyme ca…

Medical Breakthrough: the first gender specific cardiac test

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