- Phil Hoekstra, PH.D
Why is Medical-grade Breast Thermology ( MGBT) important for women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer and women who are concerned about their breast health?
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Did you know that the average American consumes 22.7 teaspoons of sugar per day?
Colon Hydrotherapy, commonly known as Colonics, has become increasingly popular for routine health maintenance, prevention of disease, and to increase overall energy and vitality. Colonics improves the health of our colon through an internal bath that helps cleanse the colon of poisons, gas, and accumulated fecal matter. In order to understand the importance of a colonic, we must first recognize the vital function the colon plays in our total health.
Recovery of injured and diseased tissue the ultimate goal. According to a study to be published in the American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulation Physiology, a typical course of hyperbaric oxygen treatments increases by eight-fold the number of stem cells circulating in a patient's body. Stem cells, also called progenitor cells are crucial to injury repair. The study currently appears on-line and is scheduled for publication in the April 2006 edition of the American Journal.
Learn How You Can Benefit From an Ancient Art of Healing That Was Nearly Lost...Visceral Manual Therapy is an ancient healing method designed to bring the body back into balance and health after it has lost its center due to unhealthy living, stress or illness.
Nowadays, many women want to know about bioidentical hormonal therapy. Though bioidentical hormones have been around for years, most practitioners are unfamiliar with them. The use of natural bioidentical hormones are not taught in medical schools, which have adopted the concept that medical problems can be solved with drugs and surgery. Classically-trained doctors are primarily experts in disease and not experts in “health”. If you are interested in knowing how to become healthy and stay healthy, you need to visit someone who understands the causes of health.