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Health and wellness by Dr Corey Kirshner

Finding the Cause of Your Peripheral Neuropathy September 28, 2016 / Conditions / By Corey Kirshner Trying to explain what peripheral neuropathy is, and how finding the cause of your peripheral neuropathy is essential to your successful treatment, may seem daunting in the space of a blog post. At times it can be a veryContinue reading “Health and wellness by Dr Corey Kirshner”

Soups to prevent flu and influenza

Mothers and babies must up intake of whole foods rich in Vitamin C and zinc to prevent flu and influenza. Here are 5 ways to prevent the cold and flu with nutrition. Hydration – The outdoor air is drier in cold weather, and our heated homes are dry. Staying hydrated in the winter keeps mucous membranes soft andContinue reading “Soups to prevent flu and influenza”

Happy genes love to eat

 Special people with special genes are always happy and love to eat. We are also influence by our environment but our genes is our master control until we harmed our genes from forces in the environment, prenatal nutrition , stress and other factors. Connie STUDY IDENTIFIES 6,500 GENES THAT ARE EXPRESSED DIFFERENTLY BETWEEN MEN ANDContinue reading “Happy genes love to eat”

Muscle tissue changes with aging

Muscle tissue changes with aging Elena Volpi, Reza Nazemi, and Satoshi Fujita Author information ► Copyright and License information ► The publisher’s final edited version of this article is available at Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care Abstract Purpose of review This review article focuses on the changes that occur in muscle with age, specifically the involuntary loss of muscle mass,Continue reading “Muscle tissue changes with aging”

Nutritional needs of those over 80

Fresh ginger
Enzymes from pineapple and papaya 
Melatonin, we bought liquid from Wallgreens
Green tea, Dandelion tea, tea of marshmallow root and nettle 
Lemons and other citrus
Apple cider vinegar with mother
More prune juice and real dried prunes 
Hormone-free eggs, soft boiled or scrambled with cooked onions, cilantro and mushrooms
Cilantro, parsley and other greens

Nutritional support against parasites

By Carolanne Wright Contributing Writer for Wake Up World Linked with cancer, seizures, asthma and more, parasites are an invisible, yet very real, threat to health. Parasites can infiltrate any system in the body, including the lungs, liver, heart, brain, spinal cord, blood, pancreas, skin, eyes, kidneys and uterus. The pathogens contribute to diabetes, poor cardiovascular health, chronicContinue reading “Nutritional support against parasites”

$86000 per year MS drug or go natural from whole foods to supplements

MS is caused by damage to the myelin sheath, the protective covering that surrounds nerve cells. When this nerve covering is damaged, nerve signals slow down or stop.

The nerve damage is caused by Inflammation which occurs when the body’s own immune cells attack the nervous system. This damage can happen anywhere in the brain or spinal cord.

Although no specific cause is known, some possible causes include: infections, mold toxicity, emotional stress, hormonal imbalances, toxic exposure, vitamin D deficiency, food allergies, and immunizations.

Lower bad cholesterol with sesame pudding

White sesame pudding Ingredients: 400 ml coconut milk, soy milk and almond milk 4 tbsp white sesame paste 45 grams soft light brown sugar 8 grams powdered gelatin 1 mixed seeds (optional) Coconut chia seed pudding You may use the same ingredients above, add chia seeds.

All doctors are invited to improve patient outcomes and practice income 

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Nutrition Services are tax deductible

The Internal Revenue Service ruled in April 2002 that “uncompensated amounts paid by individuals for participation in a weight-loss program as treatment for a specific disease or diseases (including obesity) diagnosed by a physician are expenses for medical care that are deductible, subject to certain limitations. The cost of purchasing diet food items is not deductible.” This ruling allows taxpayers who pay for services related to their disease or weight condition to deduct those expenses.