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The dementia is a group of specific disorders where different parts of the brain degenerate causing symptoms such as memory loss, difficulty with aspects of functioning such as speech or behavior and eventually difficulty with all life functions.  Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia accounting for approximately 70% of this population.  While the […]

Why is There a Developing Epidemic of Alzheimer’s or Dementia?

May 10, 2018

The Brain is highly affected by food and is sensitive to what we eat Immune reactions against food can alter cortisol levels and brain activation levels When the brain is abnormally activated over an extended period of time, it will “learn” that activation pattern Having a continued alertness response in the brain eventually becomes anxiety […]

Food Sensitivities and Anxiety

March 5, 2014

Abdominal bloating/Pain Reflux and indigestion Diarrhea/Constipation Fatigue Brain Fog Anxiety Skin Problems Genetic modification and hybridization of food Immune system overload caused by environmental chemicals and toxins Food sensitivities are becoming very common due to several changes in our food supply and environment.  Patients diagnosed with a food sensitivity typically have suffered through a long […]

What is a Food Sensitivity?

February 19, 2014

Brain Training Treats memory loss, anxiety, depression, ADHD and many other chronic illnesses EEG guided neurofeedback training can be used to re-train the brain back into a normal pattern   I want my Brain Back Neurofeedback is guided brain training. Guided is the key word. Many commercials are appearing for brain training systems to offset […]

Neurofeedback

February 12, 2014

Grain consumption has significantly increased in most diets which can cause difficulty in the brains ability to produce neurotransmitters such as serotonin Serotonin is the neurotransmitter that is thought to be involved in depression, anxiety, and some eating disorders It appears that the common grains in the western diet interfere with tryptophan blood levels and […]

Grains, Our Brains and Depression

September 12, 2013

Research is convincing that the U.S. environment can play a big part in allergies Data shows that children between ages 0 to 17 years of age born outside the U.S. and moved here developed allergy rates 3 to 6 times higher after 10 years of U.S. residence The U.S. food environment also plays a huge […]

Is Our Environment and Lifestyle Causing Allergies?

April 22, 2013

75% of manufactured food products are enhanced with sweetener The purpose of enhancing food products is to drive the brain to want to consume more sugar Sugar works its enhancement in the same area that cocaine and addictive substances do triggering the release of dopamine Increased drive in the brain to consume more sugar can […]

Sugars, Artificial Sweeteners and the Diabetes Epidemic

March 5, 2013

GERD, or gastroesophageal reflux disease, is becoming one of the most common problems in modern society. It is estimated to have increased 50% in the last decade alone. The most commonly prescribed drug for GERD was the third largest selling drug in 2011 at $6.2 billion. The explosive increase in GERD strongly suggests that it […]

Natural Reflux Disease Relief May Actually Work Better

December 5, 2012

We seem to be in an epidemic of high LDL or bad cholesterol. It seems that very few adults reach age 50 without being afflicted with this plague. How far away can laws be requiring beginning a statin drug before qualifying for Medicare? There are several qualifications about cholesterol’s “plague” status that cholesterol has obtained.  […]

When GMO Grains Raise Bad Cholesterol

November 20, 2012

It Could Be Gluten Sensitivity Chronic migraine headaches are common and can be very disabling. Some new data has found a rather striking relationship between gluten sensitivity and these headaches suggesting that this relationship should be explored in anyone with these headaches. A study done jointly at Columbia University and Mount Sinai School of Medicine […]

Chronic Migraine Headaches?

November 7, 2012