Mother’s Day is this weekend, and never has this quote by Sophia Loren been truer than now: “A mother always has to think twice, once for herself, and once for her child.” Thinking twice these days is wise for fathers, students, employees, healthcare workers, military personnel, andRead more →
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Many people have difficulty sleeping these days. Are you one of them?
Finding the root cause behind a symptom can be tricky, and most doctors simply do not have the time or training to go beyond prescribing a sedative sleeping pill.
Sedatives can be dangerous…Read more →
As we near the end of one year and are about to begin another, it’s traditional to look back at the past and envision the future. We celebrate the holidays, and New Years’ resolutions quickly follow. Often health is a top priority (after the holiday celebrations). PopularRead more →
The holidays can be a joyous time, and they can also be stressful, as many people try to cram even more activities and to-do lists into their already busy lives. In fact, sadly, heart attacks spike on Christmas, the day after, and New Years’ Day. In myRead more →
The holiday season is upon us. For some it’s a joyous time of the year, and for others it’s beyond unhealthy and stressful. For those who experience distress at this time of year, I call it The Holiday Syndrome. Familiar scenarios that can send us spiraling towardRead more →
You may be thinking that this article is about the upcoming Halloween holiday. It’s not. Or, you may think it’s about those pesky negative thoughts invading your peace-of-mind. That’s a topic for another day. This is about the very real dangers of alcohol, energy drinks, and alcoholRead more →
Q. What body part is called “The Great Mimicker”? (Hint, it’s not a smart mouth.)
A. The ileocecal valve (ICV for short).
Next question: “What in the world is that?!???”
I teach people that the ICV is the Number 1 cause of autointoxication. Most people think toxins only enter the body from the outside. Not so.Read more →
School = Stress … for Adults + Kids Sure, kids are excited about going back to school after the summer. But they also experience the stress of social relationships, homework pressures, time constraints, and the changed family dynamic with tight schedules, hurried meals, and less “relaxed” time.Read more →
Dr. King, founder of King Bio natural pharmaceutical manufacturing company in Asheville, N.C., is the keynote speaker on June 25th at the I-ACT (International Association of Colon Hydrotherapy) in Nashville, TN, from 10 – 11:30 a.m. The title of his talk is “Awakening Digestive Health,” and he willRead more →