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Guest Post by Andrew Graham, NP; Image by RitaE from Pixabay A standard component of annual blood work is the lipid panel, which includes both cholesterol and triglycerides. Most people are pretty familiar with the concept of cholesterol and why it is relevant to health, but a lot less is [...]
Image by Mohamed Hassan on Pixabay Before we get into specific root causes for acne, we need to establish naturopathic philosophy generally. The body is designed to heal itself. Any physical ailment is a result of either an obstacle to cure preventing healing, the lack of building blocks the body [...]
Image by congerdesign from Pixabay I wrote here on how the liver detoxifies in general, and here on the process of elimination of sex hormones. As a quick recap, all substances that require detoxification go through two phases. Phase one can render substances more or less toxic than they were before. Either way, [...]
Contributed Post and Photo by happyveganfit Understanding what we're putting into our bodies is key to maintaining good health. When you have a grasp of the vitamins and minerals available in what you eat, you're more able to make dietary decisions that will benefit your health in the long run. [...]
Image source; This article was originally published at iveeapp.com. Can’t help but fall asleep during your Zoom meeting? Coffee just not doing its job anymore? It might be worth a shot to try out a few supplements for brain fog. Read on for our top picks that can help get [...]
Image by Iván Tamás from Pixabay Full dose Naltrexone (at 50 mg) was developed as an opiate antagonist: in other words, it blocks opiate receptors so that they cannot be stimulated, and is prescribed for those suffering from opiate or alcohol dependence. Since opiates also stimulate endorphin release, side effects of regular dose [...]
Image by lumpi from Pixabay Causes of UTIs Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are commonly caused by E coli, normal fecal flora, due to the proximity of the colon to the urethra. Hygiene can certainly help to prevent transference, such as wiping front to back rather than back to front, and avoiding thong underwear. [...]