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A blog about increasing brain and body health using vitamins and supplements with an emphasis on Vitamin C Powder, Sodium Ascorbate and C-Salts: The best form of Vitamin C.


Can Fluorescent Lights Make Allergies and Autoimmune Disorders Worse?

March 14th, 2014
Fluorescent Lights Allergies Autoimmunity

Are fluorescent lights making you sick?

Our skin is an organ meant to react to our environment. We should not be surprised that things in our bodies change based on what the skin “sees”. What the eyes see also affects us. Certain inner-ear conditions, vertigo, epilepsy, dyslexia, and many psychological conditions are affected by fluorescent and UV light. Fluorescent light exposure is known to affect patients with autoimmune disorders, causing flare-up and activation of their disease. Research has yet to give us the exact mechanism of action that causes the change in the immune systems of these patients, but the theories are consistent with the symptoms that people are experiencing.
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Vitamins for Stress and Adrenal Fatigue

March 12th, 2014

Vitamins for Adrenal Fatigue

Symptoms of Adrenal Fatigue include being tired during the day, being awake at night, sugar cravings, and belly fat accumulation.

Your adrenal glands are two walnut-sized glands above your kidneys. They make almost 50 different hormones that your body needs. These hormones regulate numerous bodily functions, including your response to stress. When you are under stress, which is nearly constant for a lot of people, your adrenal glands become fatigued and worn out. Read the rest of this entry »

Diet and Exercise Don’t Help Genetic High Cholesterol. Learn Which Vitamins and Supplements Do.

February 28th, 2014
Heart Disease Vitamins, Vitamins for Stroke, Vitamins for Hardened Arteries

Frustrated with trying to control cholesterol with diet and exercise? Without the right vitamins, you could still be doing damage to your heart and arteries while cholesterol levels stay high due to genetic factors.

Exciting things are happening in the world of preventing and treating angina, heart disease, and atherosclerosis. We know that LDL, or “bad” cholesterol, is a good measure for determining one’s heart disease risk. More studies are being done on lipoprotein(a), or Lp(a), to determine how we might treat, prevent and reverse heart disease.
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Feeling Tired and Old? Is Vitamin C Your Miracle Supplement?

February 27th, 2014
Sick and tired of being sick and tired?

How Vitamin C Deficiency Is Sucking the Life Out of You.

If you are deficient in vitamin C, you will quickly notice the signs of scurvy setting in. These symptoms are synonymous with what most people consider “feeling old”. First, you’ll be unmotivated to do anything. You’ll be tired, lethargic, and back-and-forth between depressed and anxious or irritable. Next, you will notice receding or spongy gums, bleeding gums, and bleeding from mucous membranes. This is the collagen matrix that holds your teeth securely in place breaking down. If you start getting sores on your thighs and legs, you are in very dangerous territory, as your body is completely breaking down, inside and out. After your teeth fall out, you will become jaundiced, get a fever, and die.
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Top 3 Vitamins You Should Be Taking

February 25th, 2014
Which vitamins are most important?

Which vitamins should you be taking daily?

Is your multivitamin enough? Are you confused by the vitamin aisle in your grocery store? There are so many vitamins and supplements out there, that it can become overwhelming for people looking to improve or maintain their health. We’ve put together this list of the most essential vitamins and supplements to make things easier for you. If you don’t have specific health problems or genetic predispositions to diseases that you should be trying to prevent, then a basic arsenal of vitamins and supplements is likely all that you need. Work with your doctor to determine if you should add or take away from this list and get ready for a healthy future!
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Exercising, Eating Right, and Still No Weight Loss?

February 18th, 2014

Frustrated with Diet and Exercise. Leptin Diet.

Even healthy snacks and meals can cause weight gain, high triglycerides, obesity, and diabetes. Here's the answer you've been searching for.

In yesterday’s article Basic Magnesium Deficiency Causes Obesity and Diabetes, we discussed how leptin is responsible for telling your brain when you’re full, when you have the correct nutrients and fat, and when to stop making insulin. Leptin resistance leads to insulin resistance, diabetes, and obesity.

Many people struggle with dieting for a variety of reasons, but nothing is more frustrating than doing everything right for a prolonged period of time and still not losing any weight. When exercise, cutting calories, counting carbs, and carefully following a diet plan have failed you, it is time to take a look at your health. You could have an underlying condition or you could be taking a medication that is preventing you from losing weight. However, it could be something as simple as timing your meals.
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Basic Magnesium Deficiency Causes Obesity and Diabetes

February 17th, 2014
Obesity Causes, Insulin Resistance, Leptin Resistance

Avoid Diabetes and Obesity by Making a Few Simple Changes in Your Habits

Obesity is a complex condition. People that suffer from obesity also suffer from lethargy, stress and excess hunger, because an obese body’s need for energy and nutrients cannot be fulfilled by food. Obesity is actually a combination of conditions that lead to heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.

Obesity=Malnourished

It may be surprising, but most obese people are actually suffering from gross malnutrition. It is very hard to consume an excess number of calories eating nutrient dense healthy foods. Most people become overweight by eating processed foods. The nutritional content, hormones, chemicals, pesticides, and lack of fiber in these foods leaves the body thinking that it always needs more, because it’s not getting what it needs. A lack of vitamins and nutrients in the diet causes the brain to signal the body to store fat, stay hungry, and slow down metabolism.
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Vitamin C as cancer treatment? High doses boost chemotherapy in study

February 7th, 2014

Please read and share this amazing article from the Los Angeles Times “Science Now” article by Monte Morin. Very exciting news that shows a lot of promise for high dosage vitamin C to be used as an effective cancer treatment.

Vitamins for Chemotherapy

Vitamin C found to put cancer cells in an energy crisis.

By Monte Morin
February 5, 2014, 12:18 p.m.

Could pumping roughly 2,000 oranges’ worth of vitamin C into a patient’s bloodstream boost the effectiveness of anti-cancer drugs and mitigate the grueling side effects of chemotherapy?
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Not Taking Supplements Causes Miscarriage, Birthing Problems, Infant Mortality

February 6th, 2014
Vitamins that Reduce Infant Mortality

Share this information and save a life. All women of childbearing age should be aware of this.

After reading this article from Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, we felt it would be negligent not to post it for our readers. Please share with young women that you care about.

by Andrew W. Saul, Editor

(OMNS Jan 27, 2014) It is simply incredible what people have been told about vitamins. Now the press is trying to scare women away from prenatal supplements. (1,2) Didn’t see that one coming, now, did you?
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How to Heal Leaky Gut Syndrome

January 31st, 2014
Leaky Gut Syndrome Bone Broth

Could healing your gut also heal your disease?

In our article “Autoimmune and Inflammatory Diseases Caused by a Leaky Gut?” we described how a leaky gut happens, what diseases it causes, and what to avoid to keep your gut healthy. “Refined flours and highly processed foods are really hard on the epithelial lining of the gut. High glycemic index foods, dairy products, and gluten are damaging. High chronic caffeine use, excessive alcohol consumption, and overuse of antibiotics are bad for the epithelial lining. All of these things weaken the bonds between the cells letting particles escape.
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