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Pesky Pee Control Problems

[bookmarks style=”padding-left: 5px; padding-right: 5px” options=”default=off&facebook=on&digg=on”] Uncontrolled voids and drips can cause anxiety and discomfort in those suffering from incontinence. Millions of men and women out there are suffering. The US Department of Health estimates that in the US over 13 million people suffer from incontinence. In addition, they estimate at least 50% of all […]

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Using Calcium Lactate in Split PH’s

[bookmarks style=”padding-left: 5px; padding-right: 5px” options=”default=off&facebook=on&digg=on”] A strongly split Urine and Salvia PH with a high alkaline urine and an acidic PH in the salvia/stomach responded to calcium lactate. But, the salvia/stomach PH went down to 5.8 and, after stopping the calcium lactate, hasn’t come back up. What would be the next best step? In […]

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Can Chlorophyll Help Prevent Sugar Crashes

[bookmarks style=”padding-left: 5px; padding-right: 5px” options=”default=off&facebook=on&digg=on”] For those of us with impaired sugar metabolism, sugar crashes can be a common occurrence. Besides following a solid nutritional program, the question has been asked if chlorophyll can help reduce sugar crashes. Well, the short answer is “yes”. The longer question is how does it work in the […]

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Tips for Surviving Holiday Eating Without Guilt and Weight Gain

Yes it’s almost time to start thinking about the holidays again: shopping for gifts, planning celebrations, and eating food! Once Thanksgiving arrives, the holiday season can seem like a non-stop eating contest straight through the end of the year! That can mean 5-6 weeks with lots of extra food!

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Stress, Sugar, and Calcium

[bookmarks style=”padding-left: 5px; padding-right: 5px” options=”default=off&facebook=on&digg=on”] Researchers have known that calcium excretion is enhanced by carbohydrates and caffeine intake. Sugars are a type of carbohydrate. Even though research has shown excess calcium excretion with excess intakes of carbohydrates and caffeine, why it happens is not clearly identified. The following documents some of the work out […]