Monthly Archives: March 2015

Inflammatory Physiology


by Glen Depke Before we get into the physiology of inflammation, let’s look at what inflammation can lead to in your body. Alzheimer’s disease Eczema Obesity Asthma Edema Osteopenia Atherosclerosis Emphysema Osteoporosis Arthritis Endometriosis Parkinson’s disease Autoimmunity Fibromyalgia Periodontal disease Bronchitis Gastroenteritis Polychondritis Cancer Gingivitis Psoriasis Celiac disease Heart disease Scleroderma Chronic pain Hepatitis Sinusitis […]

Alzheimer’s disease: food to improve cognitive function


Ronald Grisanti D.C., D.A.B.C.O., D.A.C.B.N., MS Walnuts have been shown to improve memory, cognition and neuronal effects related to oxidative stress (OS) and inflammation (INF) in animals and human trials. Walnut looks like the brain, has a left and right hemisphere, upper cerebrums and lower cerebellums. The folds and wrinkles of a walnut resembles to […]

Are you getting enough protein?


by Glen Depke The simple truth is that we need all the macro-nutrients; protein, fat and carbohydrates. The challenge for most is that our overall cultural diet is actually very heavy in carbohydrate consumption and most often deficient in protein. So how big of a problem is this and are you getting enough protein in […]

Answers to your Adrenal Questions


by Glen Depke We have been monitoring the questions that are coming back to us about adrenal function and the Adrenal Recovery System. We have compiled the common questions for you here to be answered for you. As you read through this and other questions come up for you, please feel free to respond to […]

Are You Feeding your Hypothyroidism?


by Lynda Buitrago, Holistic Health Thyroid Specialist About 20% of the U.S. population has been diagnosed with hypothyroidism. It’s estimated that an additional 20% also have hypothyroidism but don’t know it, for a potential total of 40% of us affected by hypothyroidism. Of the people who know they have hypothyroidism, at least 50% and up […]

Does Non Celiac Gluten Sensitivity Exist?


by Dr. Peter Osborne The Gluten Free Society Thank you to Dr. Peter Osborne from The Gluten Free Society for allowing us to reproduce his article on non-celiac gluten sensitivity. This is one of best articles I have ever had the pleasure of reading on this subject. Please be sure to visit Dr. Obsorne’s website, […]