There is a lot of talk this year about how bad the flu is, they even report on the news of the deaths. Of course, they are also talking about getting a flu shot? Does that work?
I’ve heard from many people how they got the flu shot and still got the flu, but then the answer has been, it would have been worse if they didn’t get the flu shot. I’m skeptical. I know one person who rarely gets sick much less gets a flu, but her doctor talked her into getting one this year. Yes, she got sick.
Whatever you think about this, you should some information to help with the flu if you do get it (or even if you get a cold)
Here is our article on Flu
Here is an article by Dr. Axe regarding What the Virus does to the Nervous System
Have you noticed it yourself? Whatever it is that you were doing that was helping, doesn’t seem to work. What changed? Is it the weather?
Have you noticed that your diet changes after Thanksgiving? Thanksgiving is an eating holiday followed by pies, desserts and Christmas cookies. Most religions have holidays at this time of the year and celebrate the same way – with food.
Are you now eating more often with friends and attending parties (with friends and at work)?
So what does this have to do with neuropathy?
Here is an article that will give you a good idea. Burning B Vitamins Doesn’t Help Neuropathy
Losing weight is not the way to get healthy, but Build Health and You can Lose weight
What’s the secret – you change from burning sugar and carbs for energy to burning fat for energy. Makes a big change in your health. Do you know that if you eat too many carbs, the body will take the excess and turn it to fat?
Read about the Ketogenic Diet
Dr. Berg specializes in helping people lose weight by getting them healthy.
You don’t lose weight to get healthy, you get Healthy to lose weight.
His new product is Nutritional Yeast Tablets which are especially designed for a Ketogenic Diet.
But they are a Natural B Vitamins for anyone
Fine out about Nutritional Yeast Tablets.
Sound familiar? I hear it all the time and have worked on helping people with this problem.
Okay, there is a new educational book by Dr. Eric Berg called The New Body Type Guide. I highly recommend it. This was formally the 7 Principals of Fat Burning. The new book has so much information that is written to be easily understood.
Find out what your body type is and what you can do to Get Healthy, Lose Weight and Feel Great.
Ever since marijuana was legalized, I’ve received a lot of emails regarding its use especially for neuropathy pain? It is almost as if it isn’t really a drug and it will help their problem rather then medical drug pain killers.
My first response is that a problems with evaluating this drug are the inconsistent dosing and quality-control issues.
It is a drug and like all drugs has side effects.
Here is something put together by the Foundation for a Drug Free World that I found informative
The Truth About Marijuana
When a person has tired, exhausten adrenal glands, it is very hard to get a good night’s sleep.
So what can you take? Dr. Berg has a new formula for this.
Read about Adrenal Restlessness
What does it mean? Why would you want gluten free? Why would you give up the tasty bread, pasta, etc.
Here is an article on Gluten Intollerance
Here is a video by the Real Food Channel talking about Gluten Free Diet
After many years of not drinking coffee as I felt it wasn’t good for me. I found some new evidence that it actually is good for you. And this isn’t something coming by scientists doing research paid for by the drug companies, but by known nutritionists.
Here is an article by Dr. Mercola explaining some interesting information.
And one by Dr. Axe
Worth looking into.
Opioids are drugs that were created to work on the nervous system to relieve pain. They were designed for short term use. Continued use of only a few weeks can lead to physical dependence and withdrawal symptoms when trying to stop.
In the late 1990s, the pharmaceutical companies who created these drugs reassured the medical community that patients would not become addicted to prescription opioid pain relievers, and the medical doctors began to prescribe them at greater rates.
This assurance led to widespread use and misuse of these medications. It has now become clear that these medications could indeed be highly addictive.
Read the full article on Opioid Crisis