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
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
Blood offers many essential medical markers, and so of course it most certainly has its purpose for testing. However, relying on a blood test to determine one’s mineral or heavy metal status is, stated quite bluntly, a half-blind approach.
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.
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.
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…