by Lisa Breitenwischer, CHHC, AADP, ERYT 500
One of my teacher’s Mark Hyman, MD, defined glutathione (GHS) as “The Mother of All Antioxidants”. He’s not alone, as there have been 117,000 peer-reviewed scientific articles on this powerhouse molecule, and experts are now acknowledging that there is an alarming number of people who are deficient due to: pre-mature aging, chronic stress, infections, over use of antibiotics, even so-called “health foods” to name a few.
Glutathione is concentrated in the liver, which is the body’s primary Detox organ, that plays an important role in immune function.
The secret behind glutathione, is the sulfur chemical… Read More
by Emy Breitenwischer, BS Food Science & Nutrition, Concentration in Dietetics
We’ve been taught since we were little to brush our teeth in the morning and in the evening to maintain adequate oral hygiene. Research has even shown that good oral hygiene has a strong connection to your overall health by helping to ward off serious medical problems. While we floss and brush to prevent plaque and cavities, have we ever thought about the ingredients in our toothpaste and how they may also affect our health?
You may not think the small amount of toothpaste you brush with will actually have… Read More
by Lisa Breitenwischer, CHHC, ERYT 500, AADP
My recommendation in the past has been to give healthy eating tips for Thanksgiving Day to prevent excess gas, bloat and food coma. I’m not really sure if anyone heeds my advice, but I don’t take it personally. After all, food celebrations during anytime of the year are times where we eat, drink & BE with the one’s we love. So this year, I suggest to enjoy the day thoroughly! Savor every conversation and every bite, for it’s really the day after that’s critical on whether or not you spin out of control,… Read More
By Lisa Breitenwischer, CHHC, ERYT 500, AADP
The US government, clinical nutritionists, mainstream media, and the average person on the street will tell you that eating a diet low in fat, especially saturated fat, will lower your risk of death from coronary heart disease.
Although most “official” healthy eating guides endorse it, no randomized research study has ever been able to link a low fat diet and lower cholesterol to a lower risk of coronary heart disease. Yet, over the past 40 years, the message to avoid saturated fat and lower blood cholesterol has been repeated so many times, it has… Read More
By Emy Breitenwischer, B.S. Food Science & Nutrition, Concentration in Dietetics
Acne – an annoyance that can occur at any age, but can also be a reflection of our internal health. Being the largest and fastest growing organ of the body, if you experience ongoing pimples, cystic acne, blackheads/whiteheads, it may be an indication of a poor diet, oxidative damage and/or hormonal imbalances.
While acne can vary from mild to severe and can affect the face, chest, back and arms, if left untreated, it can really weaken one’s self esteem and confidence (speaking from personal experience). While I’ve never had perfect,… Read More
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