September 2009
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Is Soy Good or Bad for You?

Well, it used to be that soy foods were deemed to be a healthy food, but now that we know a little more about the wonderful, all purpose soy bean, we know that it’s really the processed forms of soy that you want to limit in your diet, which amounts to most of the [...]

The Devastation of Alopecia

Alopecia is an increasing problem seen in female patients.  It is a specific type of hair loss, and is responsible for women (and men) losing patches of hair at a time, creating an obviously embarrassing problem that usually needs some sort of treatment before it gets any worse.  Things that can make hair loss [...]

The Benefits of Ginger (Besides Cooking)

I LOVE cooking with ginger.  I always have at least organic ginger powder on hand in my spice cupboard at all times for dishes that are usually some sort of asian or indian derived dish, which I tend to make fairly often since I love the spices that are involved with these types of [...]

Burt Reynolds Latest Celeb to Admit Painkiller Addiction

So many people have fallen prey to painkiller addiction that it has really become somewhat of a national epidemic.  This is the reason you (should) see doctors prescribing narcotic painkillers like Vicodin, Percocet and other narcotic and controlled addictive substances which are usually of the opioid family.

The reason they are so addictive is [...]

Topical Products Should be Natural

We tend to always think more about the food products that we put inside our body (eat) a lot more than the products we topically apply to our bodies on a daily basis.  However, I’m finding that we also should be thinking about the topical products we slather on, brush our mouths with, wash [...]