Neurotransmitters and Brain Health

The Braverman Assessment Form https://www.bravermantest.com/   In my previous lecture, “Breaking Toxic Habits,” I talked about neurotransmitters and their role in addiction, as well as brain health. The Braverman assessment form is a simple test you can take on your free time and have analyzed at the office. There are many nutritional products we uses…

Sleep Deprivation and your Health

Fast facts on sleep deprivation Here are some key points about sleep deprivation: Sleep loss alters normal functioning of attention and disrupts the ability to focus on environmental sensory input Lack of sleep has been implicated as playing a significant role in tragic accidents involving airplanes, ships, trains, automobiles and nuclear power plants Children and…

First Clinical Study to Show a Supplement Reduces Uranium

Human exposure to uranium (U) is on the rise due to a resurgence in mining operations, ongoing pollution from nuclear waste sites, and leaching from natural deposits. In the US, elevated levels of U are found primarily in the Southwestern states as well as other areas including Wyoming and Colorado, with common routes of exposure being contaminated food and water from surrounding environments.   Human health effects of U remain…

Cholesterol and Brain Health

  60% of the human brain is composed of fat. Your brain needs cholesterol. Cholesterol is vitally important for brain function. While your brain represents about 2-3% of your total body weight, 25% of the cholesterol in your body is found in your brain, where it plays important roles in such things as membrane function,…

Are you Struggling with Urinary Tract Infections?

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) affect anywhere from 25% to 60% of women over the course of their lifetime. According to research published in 2015, UTIs were responsible for 10.5 million doctor visits in the U.S. in 2007. A study published in the journal Open Forum Infectious Diseases in 2017 noted hospitalization rates for UTIs in…

A New Product from Biotics Research

Vitamins D and K work synergistically to optimize bone and heart health. More specifically, vitamin K activates the matrix Gla-protein (MGP), a vitamin K dependent protein (VKDP) that helps direct calcium to bones and teeth, and away from the arteries. Both osteocalcin (responsible for putting calcium into bones) and MGP (preventing calcium deposits in arteries…

Mold Testing

Is mold affecting you? Symptoms The symptoms of toxic mold exposure may include: coughing wheezing a stuffy nose a runny nose red eyes itchy skin or eyes a sore or itchy throat nosebleeds Toxic mold exposure can also potentially worsen the symptoms of other respiratory conditions. For example, a person with asthma or a respiratory allergy may…

A Game Changer

In 1937, the Nobel Prize in Physiology was awarded to Albert Szent-Gyorgyi for his research on vitamin C. At the time, vitamin C was a rare commodity and could only be extracted from adrenal glands or massive amounts of orange juice. Szent-Gyorgyi’s discoveries helped launch an onslaught of vitamin C research, especially into its ability to enhance immune…

You Better Rethink that Root Canal

After a few patients of mine recommended the movie, “Root Cause,” I finally got around to watching it over the weekend. This is a free movie, and if you have any root canals in your mouth, I highly recommend you to watch it. If you are struggling with an unresolved health issue, this may be…