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Copper Excess: Psychological Implications

There is increasing evidence that significant environmental changes in biochemical factors are contributing to a wide range of psychological problems in children, adolescents, and adults. These problems include: ADD, hyperactivity, distractibility, and memory problems, learning disabilities, depression, anxiety…

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Dr Robert Selig

All Roads Lead to the Liver

As I always say, all roads lead to the liver and found this new product called TUDCA that looks promising for the liver and gallbladder. Here is some of the info on this very promising remedy. TUDCA is FDA-approved for the treatment of liver diseases caused by a lack of bile flow (cholestasis) [5, 6].

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The Nutritional Link to Relationship Struggles

There currently exists a gaping disconnect between the fields of mental health and nutrition, with neither side acknowledging in a mainstream way how one affects the other.  This is especially true when it comes to relationships, countless numbers of which have unsuspectingly fallen victim

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A DOG’S JOURNEY THROUGH HTMA

A DOG’S JOURNEY THROUGH HTMA

Hey there, I am Lisa Pitel-Killah, TC is my Chihuahua and was born January 26, 1999.  My husband Troy and I brought him home at the young age of 8 weeks; he was always an energetic pup and loved his walks, and as you can see…..the sunshine!!  But a little over a year ago, he started to suffer from bloody diarrhea

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IODINE

We have all heard about iodine before, whether we are familiar with the periodic table, or not. Iodine is the highest of all elements used in biological systems. It is an anti-fungal, an anti-viral, and its antibiotic effects go well beyond traditional antibiotics because it will kill viruses.

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Rick Fischer

VITAMIN D DANGER

Like most people, I used to be a big believer in the benefits of supplementing Vitamin D… that is until I became heavily involved in nutritional research and subsequently began seeing first-hand in clinical practice just how dangerous this “fad supplement” really is.

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CERULOPLASMIN, VITAMIN D AND MG

Ceruloplasmin (Cp) is probably the most complex protein in the human body with 1046 amino acids with anywhere from 6-8 copper atoms that must be embedded in the right position for this protein to fold correctly so that it works.

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STRESS, MG AND ADDICTIONS

Addictions can be related to stress and magnesium deficiency. Therefore, physiological and metabolic factors are associated with addictions. The “fight or flight” aspect of the stress response involves psychological and emotional factors, especially anger and fear or anxiety.

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ZINC AND BLOOD SUGAR

Zinc is needed in the production and storage of Insulin with the help of the other cofactors of Mn, Sulfur and 17 different amino acids, which will synthesize and store your insulin in the pancreas. But, let’s not forget we need Ca to stimulate the pancreas to release the insulin…

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HTMA AND THE HEALTH CARE CRISIS

As our health/disease care system moves from one crisis to another with steadily increasing costs, primarily for drugs and “medications”, many different plans and solutions are offered to try to solve the problems.

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