What is Diabetes Mellitus? In its simplest definition, Diabetes mellitus is a glucose metabolism disease. It is the body’s inability to maintain blood glucose levels primarily due to improper insulin release by the pancreas. This results in abnormal metabolism of carbohydrates and elevated levels of glucose in the blood and urine. Abstract: The [...]
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Magnesium is the great “The stress-fighting energy stabilizer." Functionally, it stabilizes the phosphate in Adenosine Tri-Phosphate (ATP) which affects all tissues due to ubiquitous energy demands. Magnesium is directly involved with all muscle and nerve action. It provides a cofactor for carbohydrate and protein metabolism. Magnesium increases the absorption of calcium, activates vitamin [...]
So your BioCorrect Nutrition™ Analysis identified toxic metals (i.e. Aluminum, Arsenic, Beryllium, Cadmium, Lead, Mercury and Uranium) in your body, and you’re wondering what to do about it? Let's get them out of your body, now! Some toxins may have been absorbed recently from food, water and air; while others may have been lurking [...]
Too many families struggle with complaints from school counselors and teachers about their child’s attention deficit disorder (ADD) or the catch-all attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). From experience, parents are often asked to treat their child with prescription drugs for their "own good" and many parents are looking for alternatives. Perhaps much of the [...]
All women face special challenges regarding to their reproductive system. At the top of their list of concerns are two problems which can be dealt with very successfully, especially when it comes to prevention. The first concern is breast cysts which affect about 20% of women between puberty and menopause, and may be either [...]
Four Minerals: Copper, Magnesium, Calcium and Potassium The relationship between diet and disease has been studied and known for thousands of years with Hippocrates treating foods as medicine. Slightly more recently, the US Department of Agriculture (1) published a comprehensive study in 1971 relating 124 diseases to improper or inadequate diet. In this [...]