Alcoholism Treatment: Why Do I Need Vitamins To Become Well?

    Alcoholism is not a personality defect. It is not a bad habit that needs to be broken. It is a devastating physical disease that damages both the mind and the body. Recovery is not just possible but proven here at Tully Hill Hospital. The results speaks for themselves: more than 80 percent of those treated at Tully Hill have broken their addiction to alcohol and drugs, maintained their sobriety, and regained their health at one year after treatment.

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    Blueberries, Apples...May Reduce Diabetes Risk

    Blueberries, Apples, Grapes May Reduce Diabetes Risk

    A new study suggests that eating more fruit, particularly blueberries, grapes and apples, but not drinking fruit juice, may reduce diabetes risk. Fruit add a variety of necessary vitamins and minerals to the diet. All fruits vary in nutritional value and some

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    Obesity a Disease? How Fitness Professionals Can Help

    By Dr. Georgene Collins

    The blogosphere is abuzz since the American Medical Association made a landmark decision to label obesity a disease in June. Although new for the AMA, other professional organizations previously considered obesity a disease. For example, Medicare removed language from its operations manual in 2004 that obesity was

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    Intestinal Permeability

    Intestinal permeability, or ‘leaky gut syndrome’ is receiving increasing attention as the hard-to-deal factor in patients being treated for food intolerances. Hyperpermeability is also associated with Coeliac disease, alcoholism, Crohn’s disease, atopic eczema, chronic giardiasis and intestinal candidosis. It has long been known that fibre in the diet is important

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    Heart Rate Variations Explained

    By: Dr. Bill Misner Ph.D.

    One common question from endurance athletes is why is my heart rate so high, so low, or varying in such-and-such a manner. Even experienced Cardiologists are not always able to define heart rate variations. When a heart rate is slowed, speeds up, or varies inexplicably, there

    are a number of mechanisms to consider. This article considers only a few of them as it would take volumes to describe every instance in which the heart is called to vary its rate in response to specific life-support demands.
    This paper reviews the science of slow heart rate, fast heart rate, the athletic heart syndrome, differences in between athletes and non-athletes, and a few of the numerous changes in heart rate frequency response.

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    Leaky Gut Syndrome: Symptoms, Causes, & More

    by Zoltan P. Rona M.D., MSc

    The leaky gut syndrome is the name given to a very common health disorder in which the basic organic defect (lesion) is an intestinal lining which is more permeable (porous) than normal. The abnormally large spaces present between the cells of the gut

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    DLPA: Natural Relief for Chronic Pain

    By Ritchi Morris, Ph.D., H.M.D., D.N., R.H.

    Professional Member AANC

    There is a plethora of clinical and research data substantiating the extraordinary therapeutic efficacy of D-L Phenylalanine (DLPA).


    In this day and age the incidence of severe acute and chronic pain has been burgeoning progressively. This trend has spanned a multi-million

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