It’s that season again. The time when you are frantically looking for cold and flu remedies. Yep, it’s cold and flu season. In this article, I want to share my top strategies for the cold and flu. Let’s get into it.
Heavy metal exposure is a serious health risk that, even at lower levels, may lead to chronic inflammation and chronic health issues. Mercury is one of the main toxic heavy metals that can affect your neurological, brain, liver, kidney, hormonal, and immune health.
If your mitochondria function is compromised, it won’t be able to supply your body with energy and will impact important bodily functions. Mitochondrial disease may lead to chronic symptoms and serious health issues. Secondary mitochondrial dysfunction may also impact your health, causing chronic problems.
Lead toxicity is a serious problem in North America, yet, we still don’t talk about it enough. Sure, we’ve all heard about the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, and other specific situations. Chances are, you even know how old pipes or paint may increase the risk of lead exposure. But we still don’t talk enough about how lead exposure may disrupt your health.
Understanding the underlying root cause of a histamine reaction is essential for reducing your risks and improving your symptoms.
You may know that you need to be careful with heavy metal contamination in tap water, paint, or dental fillings. But did you know that heavy metals may be hiding in your food?
Exercise intolerance can significantly decrease your ability to exercise or even perform daily activities that used to feel normal.
The lymphatic system is essential for your immune system. It helps to protect your body from inflammation, infections, and illness.
So how can you protect your brain health as you age? A part of the puzzle is exercise. Research has shown that physical activity can protect your cognition and brain health and reduce signs of an aging brain.