Vitamin D is provided by exposure to the sun, as such many people experience Vitamin D deficiencies during the winter months. The Vitamin D Council offers the following information related to Vitamin D and Health.
The symptoms of hypothyroidism, as detailed by the Merck Manual, the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, and the Thyroid Foundation of America include: having trouble conceiving a baby, having irregular menstrual cycles (longer, or heavier, or more frequent), gaining weight inappropriately, unable to lose weight with diet/exercise, hair is coarse and dry, breaking, brittle, falling out, skin is coarse, dry, scaly, and thick, moods change easily, and many other symptoms. Are you experiencing any of the above symptoms and/or suspect you may be suffering from a hormonal imbalance such as hypothyroidism?
Dr. Doris Rapp has dedicated her life to identifying and providing simple solutions for behavior problems in kids and specifically targets the affects of allergies, food sensitivities and toxins on children. In the video below, she offers insight into how to help a child who suffers from allergy induced behavior problems. While Dr. Rapp is not affiliated with BioVeda Health and Wellness Centers, we feel this information will help parents better understand that some children with bi-polar and ADHD symptoms can be helped without the use of dangerous off-label drugs.
Water plays a vital role in almost every function of the body! The body is made up of approximately 80% water and is essential for proper digestion. It helps remove toxins, improve circulation and regulate your body’s cooling system.
Consuming your recommended water intake is essential for living a healthy life. We can go weeks without any food but we can only survive for 3 days without any water. The bottom line is: drink more water! It is the key to a healthier life!
BioVeda Health and Wellness Centers focus primarily on obtaining and maintaining optimal health in a holistic and non-invasive manner. The adrenal gland is a major hormonal and stress control center of the body. A weak adrenal is associated with many ailments such as chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, and pain. Adrenal health is key to a person’s overall feeling of wellness.
A study published in the “Pediatrics” the official journal of the American Association of Pediatrics shows that late introduction of solid foods during infancy is directly related to the likelihood a food or inhalant sensitivity develops by age 5. The study involved 994 children with susceptibility to type 1 diabetes for whom information on breastfeeding, age at the introduction of solid foods, and allergen-specific immunoglobulin E levels at 5 years was available (using data from The Finnish Type 1 Diabetes Prediction and Prevention Nutrition Study). The results of the study are reported as follows: