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Kidney Stones and Pregnancy: What Every Woman Should Know

Kidney stones affect both the mother and the unborn baby, negatively impacting health, development, and delivery. Now, being pregnant doesn’t necessarily increase the chances you’re going to develop  914 more words

Biological Medicine

Vomit and Food

Initially I blamed smart hearts. I resented the vet giving us this brand (the pricing is decent, I cannot raise my pup on Royal Canine). 435 more words

Dog Owner, How To Raise A Puppy

Chia Seeds

I’ve been adding Chia seeds to my shakes every morning to keep me fuller for longer and add some extra plant based nutrition (you can never have too much 😉)

Dietary Sources of Iron

The richest sources of heme iron in the diet include lean meat and seafood. Dietary sources of nonheme iron include nuts, beans, and vegetables. Breast milk contains highly bioavailable iron but in quantities that are not adequate to meet the needs of infants older than 4 to 6 months. 145 more words


Temple of Health Radio Talk Show

It is my pleasure to announce that I will be talking with Dr. Susan Kolb on her Temple of Health Radio Show this Saturday, January 20, beginning at noon EST. 144 more words

Holistic Living

The Most Abundant Mineral In the Body... CALCIUM

Calcium is another mineral that is included in the Basic Metabolic panel blood test.  It is the most abundant mineral in the body, An average healthy male has 2.5 – 3 pounds of calcium, while an average healthy female has about 2 pounds.  1,893 more words