A clinical study released by Academy of Pediatrics shows that children may benefit from probiotics especially while taking antibiotics or in treating viral diarrhea. What are Probiotics? According to Wikipedia, probiotics are live microorganisms thought to be healthy for the host organism. According to the currently adopted definition by FAO/WHO, probiotics are: “Live microorganisms which when administered in [...]
- by Dr. Eric Herman, D.C. BioVeda Health & Wellness Center of Bethlehem What causes allergies and chemical sensitivities? Over the last decade, important breakthroughs have occurred in the identification and treatment of allergies. Dr. Robert Gardner, Ph.D. professor of nutrition at Brigham Young University (Provo, Utah), discovered that specific key chemical agents cause allergic [...]
Several articles came to our attention this week as must reads when it comes to a natural approach to overall health and wellness. Here’s the latest in health news across the web! Food Allergies Make Kids a Target (CNN.com) More children with food allergies may experience acts of bullying and other targeted negative behaviors than [...]
German New Medicine and the 5 Biological Laws by Dr. Hamer indicates that many of our health problems are caused by a physical, chemical or emotional trauma to our autonomic nervous system.
What causes headaches? – by Dr. Jean Gibson, BioVeda of Fayetteville, AR Headaches can be caused by several different things. Some of these causes are sinus problems, eye problems, vascular irregularities, allergies, chemical sensitivities or hypoglycemia. The most common cause of headaches is cervico-genic in origin – meaning it originates in the cervical spine (your [...]
- By Dr. James Augustine, D.C. Myth: Food intolerance and food sensitivity are the same thing. Not true. And neither one are the same as food allergy. Experts say “food intolerance” and “food sensitivity” are often used interchangeably by the public, causing misunderstanding. Add “food poisoning” to the list, and people become even more confused. [...]