Understanding and Healing from Diabetes

The word diabetes has been brought up a lot during the last decade for good reason. However, it seems this disease is not taken very seriously, both by the public and medical professionals.  Prevalence of diabetes has been increasing steadily for the past three decades. Currently about 422 million people worldwide have this very debilitating […]

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Considerations for Fighting Osteopenia and Osteoporosis

Last week I started my discussion about the epidemic of OSTEOPENIA and OSTEOPOROSIS in our country. There are several steps to consider if you have concerns about your bones. First, make sure you have enough stomach acid. And there are several ways to improve that. All the calciums we consume need stomach acid to become absorbable. Secondly, […]

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The Epidemic of Osteoporosis

OSTEOPOROSIS is continuing to make news; and for good reason. There’s an epidemic in this country amongst middle-aged men and women, but also amongst our younger generation. If you have been diagnosed with either OSTEOPENIA or OSTEOPOROSIS, or if you experience weak bones, then please be aware of some of the following triggers: Antacids, such as Prevacid, Prilosec, […]

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Young Children Need Quality Nutrition

Good nutrition is key in a young child’s life. Often, not enough attention is paid to why that is. Just remember that you are responsible for nourishing trillions of cells in the body, including stem cell producers. That’s no small responsibility! Babies and young children not only absorb what they see and hear around them; they are […]

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Ways to Counteract ADHD

If you are aware your child suffers from ADHD, I recommend a clinically researched, patented, dietary supplement that has shown promising success for many years now. It’s called POTENTIAL, a type of multi vitamin, available in sixty, very good tasting, chewable tablets. Most children take TWO daily. Chances are very good that, in collaboration with […]

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The Complexity of Depression and Suicides

Good afternoon, dear readers. This is the second installment of me trying to catch up in my postings of these weekly Health Pearls. Number 735 you saw this past Monday; this is # 736. Suicides are so prevalent in Montana; and so many reasons can be given. However, each and every time, family, friends, and […]

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What May Cause an Uptick in Suicide Attempts?

WOW… Dear Readers, my apologies for the recent drop in posting weekly health messages (called Health Pearls). I have been out of town, and was too busy playing with, and taking care of, my grandchildren; I just didn’t find the time to sit down and post these. I always hope you are enjoying them. For […]

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Suicides are Rough for Those Left Behind

MONTANA has a pretty bad reputation when it comes to suicides. Too often we are rocked (and shocked) when we hear of another person who has died by suicide. Nobody is exempt anymore: elementary school-aged children, teenagers, college students, rich athletes, successful adults, as well as those with or without terminal illness. First, there is so much […]

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Digestive Complaints? Be Your Own Detective!

Are you suffering from debilitating and frustrating digestive disorders such as IBS, Crohn’s Disease, colitis, constipation, diarrhea, diverticulitis, bloating, and being “gassy.” With a little detective work, you may be able to discover the cause of these conditions and actually fix them. Not drinking around mealtimes could be a huge help; but also avoiding food […]

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