Is Conventional Medicine Ignoring You?
October 26, 2015
Do you feel like your thoughts about your condition have been brushed off or dismissed at the doctor’s office, because they’re not relevant to the diagnosis? You are not alone. The type of thinking that says anything outside of the box is irrelevant to the diagnosis means that critically important information is often missed. Why does Read More »
Essential Vitamins for Healthy Lifestyle
October 15, 2015
Here I share some tips on what vitamins are essential for leading a healthy lifestyle, emphasizing that the first step in gaining all the nutrients you need is easily done through a well-balanced diet.
5 Supplements That Could Help Ward Off the Flu
October 12, 2015
With winter cold and flu season fast approaching, you may be looking for an edge in boosting immunity. While there is no guarantee that any product–drug, vitamin or supplement–will prevent the flu, there is a lot of very interesting research on how dietary supplements could help reduce the chances of getting flu symptoms. I believe Read More »
Supplements for Mood Enhancement
October 8, 2015
If you’re suffering from depression or know someone who may be, the best supplements Dr. Galland suggests are Omega-3’s.
ADHD Is on the Rise: How to Use Nutrition to Treat Attention Deficit
October 5, 2015
On November 12, the CDC reported that 10 percent of children in the U.S. have been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), an increase of almost 25 percent in just four years. Between 2003 and 2007, a million children were given this diagnosis for the first time, raising the number of affected children to Read More »
Understanding Eastern and Western Medicine
October 1, 2015
Dr. Galland says that eastern medicine weighs heavily on balance in ones diet and life, balancing out the effects of western medicine, giving one a potentially more well-rounded, efficient solution to medical problems.
Arthritis Pain Relief: Can Nutrition and Supplements Help
September 28, 2015
Arthritis — inflammation of the joints — is the most common cause of disability in the U.S., affecting 43 million people and limiting physical activity in almost 19 million every year. Arthritis medications are among the most highly prescribed drugs in the world. Although they may be effective at controlling symptoms, they have considerable side Read More »
How Dieting and Supplements Affect the Brain
September 17, 2015
I stopped by Mondays with Marlo to discuss important topics trending today in health, including dieting, supplements, and how they affect the brain. Here I explain that the brain needs the most energy out of any part of the body. I suggest what’s good for your heart is, for the most part, good for your brain. Also, remember to most importantly Read More »
An Oil Change for Arthritis
August 31, 2015
Here is a quick look at some nutritional approaches to rheumatoid arthritis, a severe type of inflammatory arthritis. There are several dietary patterns that can help with arthritis: The first is following an anti-inflammatory dietary pattern: eating food that is high in fiber (vegetables and whole grains) and high in omega 3 fats (fish, beans, walnuts) Read More »
Amino Acids Boost Immunity After Workouts
August 24, 2015
While exercise has many benefits, the physical strain of strenuous exercise tends to depress the immune system, which can be a problem for athletes. Recent research done in Japan indicates that the amino acids cysteine and theanine could help boost immunity and prevent infections for people engaging in intense physical activity. A study of endurance athletes at Juntendo Read More »