A deficiency of magnesium is dangerous for the nervous system, heart and kidneys. Unfortunately, almost everyone is low in magnesium. But there are several telltale signs that serve to indicate low magnesium levels.
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 my previous article I described the healing properties of vitamin A on eyes and skin. I’ll share what I learned while digging deeper into the subject of cosmeceuticals, including the topical vitamin A ingredients.
The descriptions I read about vitamin A, and what’s good what for what illness, gets even me confused. What are they? Does it work for skin? What about eye health?
Vitamin E has been getting a bad rap in the press and I believe outdated and misguided studies are to blame. I hope to help you realize the "right' kind of naturally-occurring vitamin E and it’s powerful compounds.
I have years of experience with my patients and we have decades of scientific evidence that prove nutrients and herbs have tremendous value and health benefits. But look at what happens when researchers test the wrong thing – and the wrong results get reported in the news.
A host of illnesses are also associated with vitamin D deficiency. I’ll show you exactly what you need to do to make sure you have enough vitamin D.
Like magnesium, calcium is a complex topic and plays a much bigger role than just its affect on bone health. Let’s take a closer look at what calcium really does for you.
This past month I realized my lack of awareness about the value of magnesium, calcium, and vitamin D. So I thought I’d share what I’m learning that I think we all deserve to know.
Most of you with chronic low energy will have normal lab results and then still wonder what else can be causing your symptoms. So let’s look deeper at what’s behind fatigue and the ways you can get your energy back.
Fatigue or lack of energy affects millions of Americans and between 1 million and 4 million Americans, or about 2.5 percent of the U.S. population, have a severe form of the condition that has been identified as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).
On a cellular level, our energy is produced by the mitochondria in each cell. The mitochondria are intracellular organelles that metabolize all the carbohydrate, protein and fat you consume. You should thank them for producing your energy.
Most of you know how tired you can feel after a particularly long or stressful day of work. But to feel run-down by mid-day or need a nap by early evening is not normal.
Keeping your testosterone at a physiological normal level makes sense, especially if you want to live better and lower your risk for many diseases. This is true for both men and women.