Prolotherapy for Joint Pain

Over 15 million Americans suffer from severe joint pain and that number is rising every year. Painkillers such as acetaminophen and NSAID analgesics (which include ibuprofen and naproxen/Aleve) are the standard treatments. There are also stronger prescription painkillers used such as opioids. Some people find relief with painkillers, however, most learn to cope with the pain with little to no hope of it ever being cured.

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Benefits of a Liver Cleanse

The liver, which is the body’s largest solid organ, carries out many functions necessary for survival, including blood detoxification and purification as well as metabolism of fats, proteins and carbohydrates. Since the average person consume various forms of toxins from food, water, and drugs daily, the importance of the liver is not to be overlooked.

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Six Ways to Minimize Mercury Exposure

Problems that arise from mercury exposure stem from a combination of factors: amount/dose, method of exposure (ingestion, inhalation, skin contact), and length of exposure. We are all exposed to low levels of mercury to some degree. Exposure can occur through contaminated drinking water; foods grown in contaminated soil; a diet high in mercury-laden fish/shellfish; medical procedures (dental, vaccination); and through accidental/occupational exposure to industrial waste.

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