A 69 year old colleague Joe saw at a nutritional meeting shared his experience with a serious knee injury. He knew that repair at his age didn’t come easy; so he was very concerned. But when Joe saw him one week later, he was all smiles and almost dancing across the hotel lobby.
This week’s video is a must watch for anyone with knee or joint pain; we will take a look at which supplements Joe’s colleague used and why he had such fast pain relief.
You may have heard that eating more “alkaline” foods will help you lose weight, give you more energy, and dramatically reduce chronic pain. But which foods are more alkaline, and is it hard to do? Watch today’s short video as Gina and Linda give tips to help you incorporate more alkaline foods into your diet.
Measuring Your Saliva pH Can Make A Big Difference
Eating “alkaline” foods can help you lose weight… automatically! But which foods are alkaline, and which are more acidic? For example, which of these is more acidic: blueberries or bananas, cucumbers or olives? In today’s video, Joe demonstrates saliva pH testing and why it could lead to a dramatic health difference in your life. Is YOUR body too acidic? Watch today’s video and learn about this simple saliva test.
In today’s short video Kari and Gina share a few of their favorite salad gadgets that make life easier in the kitchen. Making healthy salads is easier (and quicker) if you have the right tools. Watch today’s video for some of Kari and Gina’s favorite salad gadgets!
Would you rather have a one-size-fits-all healthcare choice… or healthcare that is tailored to your unique biochemistry? Watch today’s short video on why, when it comes to your health, it REALLY does matter that we are ALL different.
There is a new tool for early breast cancer detection. Researchers are correlating an overload of iron as an indicator for breast cancer based on the tendency of cancer cells to accumulate this mineral. Cancer cells accumulate iron to increase the energetics of the tumor.
Watch today’s video to learn more about this new red flag cancer indicator and why you should consider a blood test for iron.