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Mental Health Prevention

When society learned about physical hygiene, we extended our life spans tremendously. As we continue to care for our bodies, let’s also consider mental hygiene. Everyone has the capacity for it, but it takes practice and priority. Performing certain mental health behaviors can no question improve your quality of life. What are behaviors we can  [Read More…]

Healthy Teeth

What is dental prevention? Dental prevention is what you do to care for your teeth to keep them healthy. The CDC recently reported that one in four American adults have untreated tooth decay. But, with good dental hygiene,  can reduce your chance of getting cavities, gingivitis, enamel loss, and other dental problems.    Preventative tips  [Read More…]

COVID 19 DATA

After looking at the research, the data regarding Corona Virus and mortality (rate of death) is challenging to understand. Because many cases are asymptomatic and worldwide testing methods are not standardized, the true mortality rate is really unknown.  Covid-19 is highly contagious, but the severity of the infection varies greatly among individuals. Recent data points  [Read More…]

Intermittent fasting (IF) is a way of eating that involves short-term fasting. There are many health benefits now documented in the research with IF. Here are three popular ways to achieve the results: The 16/8 Method: Basically, you skip breakfast every day and have an eating window of 8 hours or from 12:00 (noon) to  [Read More…]

Pumpkin Table

Only 1 day left to celebrate Halloween, and we see the pumpkins everywhere. People all over the world perceive Pumpkin as a Halloween decoration, yet this kind of fruit is also a nutritious food with many health benefits.  1. Lose weight Pumpkin is low in calories, starchy and tastes similar to sweet potato. It is  [Read More…]

Ferritin and Iron

Written by Lesley Herrmann, MSc. CNC Feeling groggy lately? Or, is it taking weeks to overcome a cold? Maybe it’s time to check your iron levels.  Iron is an essential micronutrient required for energy production and immune function, so it’s important to check iron levels on a routine basis. About 70 percent of the body’s  [Read More…]