Voltaire allegedly said, "Doctors are men who pour drugs of which they know little, to cure diseases of which they know less, into human beings of whom they know nothing."
Become a Believer in Tart Cherry for Gout
February 27, 2015
TERRY’S BOTTOM LINE: With gout on the rise, many people are looking for ways to relieve the pain and inflammation the disease brings about. While conventional approaches can’t seem to address the problem effectively, tart cherries can. This amazing fruit …
While cancer is an emotional and life threatening disease, there will never be enough money poured into research to find a cure.
Fluorine and silica are minerals to maintain healthy bones and teeth.
Black Cohosh for Menopause. The philosophy of most nutritional companies and consumers is that if a small dosage is effective, more must be better. Researchers in Europe, especially in Germany, have made a science of botanical medicine.
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Measles and Shingles are caused by a virus.
February 13, 2015
The immune system in a healthy person is always on alert to attack the virus and protect the body against its attack. Why are some people spared the virus from contracting the virus and others not? I believe it’s the …
The Benefits of Vitamin D and Pregnancy
Vitamin D deficiency is a common issue, especially among women. Ninety four percent of the African-American women, 66% of the Hispanic women, and 50% of the Caucasian women in the United States are deficient in Vitamin D
Dear Terry, “What do you suggest for systemic candida?” — Ira D., Coral Springs, FL
Dear Terry, “My daughter is 32 years of age and has 3 children and complains of being tired all the time. She just had a physical and her doctor said everything looked fine. What would you suggest for her to take to boost her energy levels?” — Karen S., Cedar Rapids, IA
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Black Cohosh for Menopause
The philosophy of most nutritional companies and consumers is that if a small dosage is effective, more must be better. Researchers in Europe, especially in Germany, have made a science of botanical medicine. They have been able to determine exact levels needed to be effective with many botanicals. Researchers studied small dosages of certain herbs and slowly increased the dosages until they found a diminishing return of effectiveness. The research on black cohosh found an effective dosage to reduce hot flashes, night sweats and other uncomfortable feelings with 13 mg of black cohosh extract. Increasing the dosage beyond 13 mg did not give any further benefits. They continued the research and found that increasing the dosages actually cancelled out further benefits. In talking to the researchers, they shared with me their surprise that they could find black cohosh supplements on the market in the U.S. as high as 500 mg per dosage. In their research analysis, they found that 500 mg would be ineffective.
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