by Carly Fraser Everyone feels anxious now and then. It’s a very normal emotion that might strike before we write a test, speak publicly or make an important decision.
This is different from anxiety disorders, however. Anxiety disorders affect over 18% of the American population alone, and develop as a result of a complex set of factors, including personality, brain chemistry, genetics, and life experiences. Continue reading
Culprits of Autism Identified: Toxins, Gut Bacteria, Nutritional Deficiencies, and Vaccines Made with Human Fetal Cell Lines
By Dr. Mercola
Three decades ago, when I was still in medical school, autism affected one in 10,000 children.1, 2 Today, autism is estimated to afflict as many as one in 50 children.3 Continue reading
by: Reuben Chow
NaturalNews) Iron is an essential mineral which surprisingly many people could be lacking. Learn about iron’s core functions, symptoms and causes of its deficiency, as well as what high-iron foods to consume. Continue reading
Decoding iron deficiency
Q: What are the possible causes for not absorbing iron and the resulting low-iron blood? My doctor said she didn’t know and that Western medicine doesn’t address the question; it only attempts to replace the missing iron with prescription iron. I am currently taking that prescription and my iron levels are very, very slowly responding. I feel I may be missing an important angle on this rather debilitating problem. My doctor says that 85 percent of her patients are low iron. Why are we not asking WHY? Continue reading
Enough iron is tremendously important to human life — but too much can cause immense problems.
As you’re probably well aware, iron is very important for your body, and without sufficient amounts you can’t enjoy good health. But it’s a double-edged sword, and too much iron can cause severe health problems. Iron serves many functions in your body, but one of the most important is to bind to the hemoglobin molecule and serve as a carrier of oxygen to your tissues. Without proper oxygenation your cells quickly start dying.
The Importance of Diagnosing the Underlying Cause of Your Anemia
If you don’t have enough iron in your body, you end up with iron deficiency anemia. This is a common problem for two primary groups: children, and menstruating women (typically between 15-50 years old).
Anemia can also be caused by: Continue reading