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Effects Of Diet On Oral Health

By Charmaine Felker /

Experts say that good eating is equal to a sound dental health. But, why is this so? The teeth, gums, tongue, and all the other parts that are included in the human mouth are what people use to consume food. These internal elements chew, grind, and crush various solid particles so that the body will […]

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Ozone Therapy

By Charmaine Felker /

Can you get too much? Except in persons with kidney disease, there is no evidence that large oral Intakes of magnesium are harmful according to Dr Mansmann. However, people can Develop diarrhea when they take large quantities of these synthetic forms of the Mineral; many supplements provide the mineral in the same oxide form that […]

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Chelation Therapy

By Charmaine Felker /

The effect of deficiency of selected bioelements on Hyperactivity in children with certain specified mental disorders Starobrat-Hermelin B – Ann Acad Med Stetin – 1998; 44: 297-314 From NIH/NLM MEDLINE NLM Citation ID: 99074873 Original Title: Wpyw niedoboru wybranych biopierwiastkow na nadpobudliwosc psychoruchowa u Dzieci z okreslonymi zaburzeniami psychicznymi. Full Source Title: Annales Academiae Medicae […]

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Trigger Point Therapy

By Charmaine Felker /

Microwave cooking has become very popular around the world because of its speed in cooking and heating. Microwaved food looses it crisp look for a soggy look and does not stay as hot as long as cooking with a conventional oven. Even though the food looses it appealing appearance and is striped of it vital […]

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High Dose Vitamin C IV

By Charmaine Felker /

Sinus is caused by inflammation or swelling of the air-filled cavities around your nose and eyes which prevent mucus from running out. Sinus by and large results in sinus headache symptoms. To ensure that you find long-term relief, find the treatment that you think is best. Often sinus headaches impede your daily work. In order […]

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Herbal Medicine

By Charmaine Felker /

Biochemistry textbooks often refer to polyamines as “dead flesh” proteins. When living tissue is shocked, or dies it protein structure cracks open.  Bacteria or enzymes contained in the food itself subsequently convert many of the protein fragments in polyamines.  This is why polyamines are found in very high amounts in the tissues of severely injured […]

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Oriental Medicine

By Charmaine Felker /

When simplicity and time count – choose foods that are raw! We need to eat foods in the raw state as much as possible and avoid cooking all together when not needed. When foods do need cooking, use regular, real heat and cook food only as needed to retain the most nutrients. Your body will […]

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