When Possible, Prep for Surgery with a Nutrient Test

Depending on the type of surgery you have, your doctor may require you take a blood test, certain x-rays or an EKG (electrocardiogram). However, a nutrient test is usually not on the list of required tests pre-surgery. This is a test the pH professional healthcare team and many other medical experts highly recommend you take. Read why.

Why We Are Pining For Pine Nuts

In some parts of Mongolia, people eat pine nuts like popcorn and potato chips. And this is not only because they are delicious due to their sweet, nutty and buttery taste. It is also because nutrient-dense pine nuts help balance out some Mongolians’ meat and dairy heavy diets.

Go Raw & Fight Depression

Mental health has been a major topic of discussion lately, especially with the shocking deaths by suicide of celebrities Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain.

Health is Our Greatest Wealth. But Are the Wealthy Making Us Unhealthy?

How many of you have seen a huge, gorgeous home and thought that it may be the root of many of our health problems?

Why You May Want to Be a Part-Time Vegan

Forty-four days before performing at Coachella this past April, Beyonce announced to her more than 100 million Instagram followers that she would be eating vegan to get in ultimate shape for the big show.

Why You Can’t Ignore the Watermelon at Your Fourth of July BBQ

For most Americans, the Fourth of July holiday is all about fun, relaxation, good food and drinking! This holiday may also be about spending lots of time in the sun and doing outdoor physical activities.

In Not So Sweet News, American Toddlers Are Eating More Sugar Than Adults

A food author, cook and mom of four banned her kids from eating sugary foods. She even banned birthday cake and compared these types of foods to highly addictive drugs. In fact, she suggested that sugar has the same effect on the brain as cocaine.

The Pulse on Lentils is That It’s Great for Diabetics, We’ve Got the Deets

Do you remember when it was all about kale, kale and more kale?

Despite What You May Be Hearing in the News, Dietary Supplements Work

The majority of American adults – approximately 71 percent – take supplements (reportedly spending over $36 billion every year in the process). So it’s understandable that there are questions about whether supplements are really a good investment in your health and whether they really work.

Your Gut Might Know Best Why You Feel Depressed

Depression is one of the most common mental disorders in the United States, and it has been in the news a lot lately. The recent deaths of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, along with countless others, from depression are examples - very sad and upsetting!

Read This Before Giving Your Kids the Salt Shaker

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), around 90% of U.S. children ages 6-18 years eat too much sodium daily. The CDC also reports that 1 in 6 children (aged 8-17 years) have high blood pressure (hypertension).

The Prescription Every Child Needs

When you think of prescriptions, you most likely think of necessary drugs a doctor gives you for a certain condition or illness. But what if you were given a prescription of healthy foods by your doctor for certain conditions?

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