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Is Calcium Toxic?

Just like iron and copper, calcium is absolutely essential for good health. However, excess levels of these three nutrient elements are very toxic. Deficiencies of these nutrients are certainly not desirable, but they are only rarely encountered in the United States. An irrational fear of such rare and easily treated deficiencies should not be allowed […]

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Could this be Worsening your Asthma?

A few weeks back I blogged about the problems with mold exposure. https://diversehealthservices.wordpress.com/2018/06/27/mold-toxicity-and-what-you-need-to-know/ This week I have a case study to go over and some lab results. A young lady with persistent asthmatic symptoms, that isn’t responding with her inhalers. Most allergy/asthma patients we will address pH problems immediately. Viral conditions is another component that […]

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Stress Undermines Health

It is no secret that stress is linked to disease. Some argue that every disease is the result of stress. Most people think of stress as psychological stress, or worrying, but there are many kinds of stress. There is structural stress from subluxations or muscle spasm. There is chemical stress from a poor diet or […]

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Mold Toxicity and What You Need to Know

Is Toxic Mold Exposure the Cause of Your Symptoms? Are you one of the many people unknowingly living or working in water damaged building?  Did you know it may be dramatically affecting your health?  It’s estimated that indoor air pollutants, including mold and mycotoxins may be contributing to more than 50% of our patient’s illnesses.  Typically we think of […]

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Interstitial Cystitis/ Painful Bladder Syndrome

While pelvic pain, urinary urgency, and nighttime urination are associated with UTI, these symptoms may be the result of a different, somewhat more obscure condition called interstitial cystitis or, sometimes, painful bladder syndrome (Vij 2012; Moutzouris 2009; Miller 2012; Quillin 2012; Ching 2012). As with UTIs, interstitial cystitis affects women more often than men and can considerably decrease quality […]

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Fish Oil for Anxiety and Depression?

Much of the nervous system is composed of fat. It stands to reason that the fats and oils you consume can affect your mental health. This is supported by research. Studies have linked DHA to improved mood and cognition. Earlier studies have associated low omega-3 levels with depression. Research appearing in Biological Psychiatry (1 July […]

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Heavy Metal Toxicity Increases Your Risk of Electromagnetic Sensitivity

By Theresa Dale, PhD, CCN, NP After reviewing available literature on WiFi, Cell Phones, EMF’s, and all forms of radiation, there is urgent information for your review. Since the body is an antenna, sending and receiving information, we are even more susceptible to symptoms of cell towers and cell phone radiation if we have heavy metals […]

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