Tag Archive: wholistic health

Feb 24

Science Validates Herbs!

Q&A with Dr. Jay Vanden Heuvel PhD, IMD, DHS Dr. Jay Vanden Heuvel, Ph.D., IMD., DHS, is a highly educated scientist. He is board certified in Orthomolecular and Integrative Medicine, World Organization of Natural Medicine, and in Holistic Health. Jay recently was awarded the Order of Excellence in Integrative Medicine 2016 from the World Organization of Natural Medicine and University of Humanitarian Medicine Clinics for …

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Feb 24

The Heart of the Matter

By: Dr. Jay P. Vanden Heuvel PhD, IMD & Jayna Van De Hey – Certified Health Coach and Wellness Specialist We all are aware of those who are being seen for or worried about their heart health. And we all should be concerned with circulation. But as history shows, sometimes we get the understanding of any system wrong. Take cholesterol …

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Feb 23

Does CBD React with Other Medications?

Now that CBD is starting to become more well known in the holistic industry, people are discovering its natural yet effective qualities. While CBD has spawned many success stories from users who deal with nausea, pain and inflammation , and anxiety, one of the most frequent questions we get asked is if CBD will interfere with …

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Feb 21

Work Related Back Pain

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdCxotsHOMs&w=560&h=315] We work 9 to 5 just to stay alive, but while we’re financially staying alive, are we taking care of our bodies? When we sit at a desk all day, what is actually happening to our backs? 31 Million Americans in the workforce have had work-related lower back pain at least once in …

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Feb 16

8 Categories of Herbs

Why Herbs? They contain hundreds and even thousands of phytochemicals, minerals, vitamins, that all work synergistically to balance the body. Herbs have been discovered throughout history by what is known as signatures: Smell, Taste, Color, Texture, Intuition, and plant societies. 6 reasons to use Herbs: Long history of safety Long history of efficacy Herbs are whole …

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Feb 09

Quick Reference on Essential Oils

Quick Reference on Essential Oils Plants are in tune with nature and with us. Vice versa as well! That’s why using natural offerings such as Essential Oils, daily, makes sense in a sometimes cold, mechanical, and often artificial/synthetic world. We can help regain our connection to nature with daily use. Oils just resonate with who …

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Jan 15

Can CBD Treat Panic Attacks?

Panic attacks are scary to experience, and even scarier to witness. They oftentimes take up symptoms of strokes and can cause unconsciousness. With 1.7% of the population, approximately 2.4 million Americans, having experienced a panic attack at least once in their life, it’s become more common and definitely more important to bring awareness to panic …

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Jan 14

5 Signs of Generalized Anxiety

Generalized anxiety is more than just the two minutes of jitters before you have to speak publicly, or feeling anxious because of a big change in your life. These instances are only temporary. But always anticipating a negative outcome, or constantly worrying that one will happen, is something more long lasting and concerning. So, how …

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Jan 13

Living With Anxiety

Have you ever experienced anxiety? If you are like most people, anxiety is a normal thing. Living with anxiety in America is not uncommon. In fact…. Anxiety disorders are one of the most common illnesses in the United States and affect more than 40 million people nationwide. Anxiety disorders are highly treatable, yet less than …

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Jan 11

What are Bioflavonoids?

Are you still looking for reasons why you should adopt a whole foods diet—or even more motivation for increasing your daily servings of fruits and vegetables? Happily, the phytonutrients that create the bright colors of so many of our fruits and vegetables also offer amazing health benefits for the body. Let’s look at bioflavonoids and …

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