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    Sheila Beades

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    Integrative Cancer Support

As a Naturopathic practice we continually look for natural ways to treat cancer. There are many promising natural cancer treatments in use, or being studied, and in this post we touch on five different topics and associated studies. Interrupt Cancer Growth with Metformin Metformin is a drug that is used primarily to lower blood sugar in prediabetic or diabetic patients. In recent years, research has shown the benefits of Metformin for arresting...
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    Steve Parcell

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    Preventive Cardio

Our Dr. Stephen Parcell, N.D. will be co-presenting for a webinar hosted by the Advanced Applications in Medical Practice (AAMP) on Saturday, November 20, 2021, 8:00AM PST. The webinar, entitled Advanced Cardiology for the Clinician, will provide clinicians with six hours of advanced educational learning, six AMA Cat-1 CME credits, and six pharmacy credits. Dr. Stephen Parcell will join Dr. Paul Anderson, and Dr. Kashra Pournadeali, N.D., FACN...
Coronary heart disease is one of the leading causes of death among both men and women in the United States. Many cardiac patients are choosing to use chelation therapy for heart disease as a form of complementary medicine. But is it safe and effective? Claims of safety concerns caused by low calcium are no longer an issue because disodium EDTA was taken off the market. Disodium EDTA had to be infused slowly because of its effect on blood level...
  • Posted By:

    Steve Parcell

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    Gastroenterological Health

Virtually everyone has heard about gluten-free diets. A gluten-free diet is medically necessary for those with celiac disease, an autoimmune condition. It can be thought of as an extreme allergy to gluten. Those with celiac disease incur damage to the intestinal tract when they eat wheat gluten, leading to weight loss, iron deficiency, diarrhea, fatigue, and malabsorption. People also avoid gluten because it gives them unpleasant symptoms or they...
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    Denise Clark

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    Lyme Disease

May is Lyme disease awareness month and it’s perfect timing to think about prevention as the weather warms up and people spend more time outdoors. Before you go out in the woods this spring and fall it’s important to take measures to prevent tick bites and to always check yourself thoroughly once home. What is Lyme Disease? Lyme disease is a bacterial infection transmitted to humans primarily through the bites of infected blacklegged ticks ...