People are becoming more aware of what is being passed off as food these days and are questioning the use of additives, high fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated fats etc.etc.etc.
But maltodextrin is found in even more foods and flying under many people’s radar.
I am a big fan of variation in diet and eating. I think this is more in synch with nature and humans have obviously adapted quite well to the cycles of feast and famine. Unfortunately we modern humans have attempted to outsmart nature and created a situation where we are now overfed but undernourished with all food types abundant year-round.
Dr. Jerome Craig, DC, CFMP
I love the sun! The giver of life! The Healer! The best antidepressant! The great waker-upper!
We’ve had an exciting week of summer weather here in Portland – in my neighborhood, we even had a tornado! Overall the weather has been cooler but the sun is out and it is time to remind people of this message especially on July 4th!
DO NOT FEAR THE SUN!
We have become so afraid of the sun to the point that we are damaging our health, BUT...
Ronald Grisanti D.C., D.A.B.C.O., D.A.C.B.N., M.S.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a serious chronic neurological disorder in which the insulating cover of nerve cells (myelin sheathing) is destroyed. This is referred to as demyelination.
As of 2008, between 2 and 2.5 million people are affected globally
As the disease progresses, the nerves malfunction leading to an inflammatory cascade that damages the brain and spinal cord (CNS).
Four common symptoms of MS include: