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12 Jan
IV Nutritional Therapy

IV Nutritional Therapy Intravenous (IV) Nutritional Therapy is a method of feeding vitamins, minerals, and amino acids directly into the bloodstream used to correct intracellular nutrient deficiencies. Digestive problems can and do result in multiple vitamin and nutrient deficiencies and these problems are more common in those that are already ill and in the aged. With limitation in the digestive processes being present in increasingly large numbers of patient need for IV Nutritional Therapy. Oral intake of such high doses is simply not possible due to absorption limitations from the digestive process. Cells can absorb more nutrients in IV form in...

12 Jan
What Is Chelation Therapy and Should You Consider Having It?

What Is Chelation Therapy and Should You Consider Having It?   In the world we live in today, we are breathing, drinking and consuming substances that are not always good for us. The “toxins” in the air, water and food we consume can cause a wide variety of health conditions and even make you age faster. Chelation therapy is all about implementing treatments to remove these toxins from the body. The word “chelation” comes from the Greek word “chela” which is what a crab’s claws are called. To chelate means, “to grab ahold of.” In modern English, “Chelation Therapy” is a treatment that,...

16 Dec
Metabolic Syndrome

METABOLIC SYNDROME, also known as Syndrome X, is a major and growing chronic disease problem worldwide in the wake of increased urbanization, excessive caloric intake, increasing obesity, and sedentary life habits. Some experts have stated that a country’s failure to address this escalating public health issue could bankrupt a country’s economic stability. Metabolic Syndrome is characterized by the presence of the following findings: Abdominal central obesity (large waist circumference of >40” in male and >35” in female) High serum triglycerides (> 150 mg/dL) Low high-density lipoprotein (HDL) levels (of < 40 mg/dL in male and < 50 mg/dL in female) Elevated fasting plasma glucose (...