Cancer presents a formidable challenge for the immune system which is supposed to defend the body. And without an important mineral that improves your immune function, your immunity may falter in fighting off tumors.
is a graduate of Brigham Young University, Tulane Medical School and Natividad Medical Center Family Practice Residency in Salinas, Calif. Dr. Cutler is a board-certified family physician with more than 20 years of experience. He serves as a medical liaison to alternative and traditional practicing physicians. His practice focuses on an integrative solution to health problems. Dr. Cutler is a sought-after speaker and lecturer on experiencing optimum health through natural medicines and founder and editor of Easy Health Options™ newsletter — a leading health advisory service on natural healing therapies and nutrients.
In this article I want to discuss holistic approaches for the health conditions of depression, anxiety and the psychoses. These disorders of brain neurotransmission are considered together.
It almost seems too simple, but if you remove the cause of your condition you can often address it holistically and in doing so eliminate the need for prescription medicines as a treatment option.
If you are suffering from a serious health condition and taking prescription medications to treat them, would you consider a way to safely get off these medications if you were presented with one?
In this article I’ll address what to know when taking supplements along with prescription drugs. Then I’ll look at how to safely get off prescription drugs (when possible) and their safer alternatives.
In any discussion regarding the long-term effects of taking prescription medications versus a holistic approach geared toward lessening or even eliminating the use of prescription drugs, it is important to know the risks and adverse effects of any medications you are taking or which you are considering taking.
In 2008 Medco Health Solutions conducted a study and found that more than 51 percent of Americans where taking at least one prescription drug for a chronic condition. This was an upward trend from 47 percent in 2001.
Nearly all of us have at one time needed or currently use prescription drugs. They have their purpose for sure, yet interfacing these synthetic drugs with a holistic health approach can be tricky.
It has been well-proven that excess simple sugar consumption (and especially sugary drinks) and empty calories make you fatter. That’s a generalization, since everyone’s metabolism is different.
There are sweeteners available that are healthier than sucrose, fructose and the chemical artificial sweeteners on the market. That’s good news for those with a “sweet tooth.”
You see artificial sweeteners in many commercially produced foods. They are what give “diet” sodas that sweet zero-calorie taste. But do they really help you lose weight?
If you are like me, you love the taste of sweet foods, especially during those times that the sweet craving or emotion is high. The problem is that there are far too many sweet foods available that contain far too many unhealthy sweetening ingredients for our own good.
In this series of eight articles on weight loss, my goal has been to provide valuable new perspectives for your particular weight loss needs. I’d like to leave you with this summary of most important weight loss intervention tips to consider.