Vitamin K and Pain Relief

Bruising is a side effect of vitamin K deficiency.

I never thought much about vitamin K in my diet, since there wasn’t much written about it in the media. It was actually known as “the forgotten vitamin” because it’s benefits were often overlooked. Can Vitamin K help with the relief of pain?

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Fibromyalgia and Weight Gain

Tis the Season of Weight Gain!

‘Tis the season of brooding over the extra pounds that we normally pack on during the holidays and tend to hang on thereafter. When I do achieve a weight I am comfortable with, my body refuses to allow me to stay there! It’s time to get back on my […]

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Antibiotics need Probiotics

‘Tis the season of colds, flu and, from holiday eating, maybe a bit of nausea.

There are times when we may need an anti-biotic prescribed by our doctor for an infection that we can’t seem to get rid of. An antibiotic has been chosen so that it will kill the desired bacteria, but not the […]

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Fibromyalgia and Depression

Fibromyalgia can be distinguished from depression according to a study by researchers at the University of Sherbrooke in Canada.

Studies by the primary investigator, Serge Marchand, P.D., have shown that the body’s natural ability to inhibit pain in fibromyalgia patients does not work. When the body is subjected to a lot of discomfort, the spinal […]

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Fibromyalgia and The Digestive System

The digestive system is a garden dwelling within you!

The digestive system is home to more than 400 species of micro flora or good bacteria – micro-organisms that perform many functions such as:

Approximately 80% of your immune system is located in the digestive tract – It’s all about digestion!

Breaking down certain foods, […]

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