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Collagen And Spinal Issues Due to Oxalate – There Is Hope

Collagen And Spinal Issues Due to Oxalate - There Is Hope Sterling Hill's thoughts on the subject: When there is an oxalate/sulfation issue and oxalate has overrode sulfation, no more than 250-500 mg of ascorbic/ascorbate a day should be given to people with hyperoxaluria. The glyoxylate metabolic process regulates the tricarboxylic [...]

By |2021-08-05T23:55:14-05:00August 6th, 2021|Education, Feature, Health, Nutrition|Comments Off on Collagen And Spinal Issues Due to Oxalate – There Is Hope

The Importance of Zinc and The ACE 2 Receptor

The Importance of Zinc and The ACE 2 Receptor Zinc is an essential mineral, meaning that it’s necessary for health, but the human body is unable to synthesize it! Zinc is one of the most abundant trace minerals in your body, and it is present in all body tissues. The optimal [...]

By |2021-08-03T01:29:13-05:00August 3rd, 2021|Feature, Health, Nutrition|Comments Off on The Importance of Zinc and The ACE 2 Receptor

A Necklace To Fight Stress

A Necklace To Fight Stress - The Harmoni Pendant Right now, every cell in your body is being bathed in electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs). These EMFs are produced by your cell phone, computer, tablet, home appliances, and even your car. That’s a problem because EMFs can cause fatigue, brain fog, anxiety, sleep [...]

By |2021-08-01T22:43:16-05:00August 2nd, 2021|Feature, Health, Nutrition|Comments Off on A Necklace To Fight Stress

The Health Benefits of Chaga Mushrooms

The Health Benefits of Chaga Mushrooms The anticancer properties of the Chaga mushroom are undeniable, and here we have a complete, in-depth study to back this up. "Several anti-cancer drugs or compounds for cancer treatment have been found in natural products. In this study, we found that aqueous extracts of Chaga [...]

By |2021-07-29T21:18:32-05:00July 30th, 2021|Feature, Health, Nutrition|Comments Off on The Health Benefits of Chaga Mushrooms

SNP Of The Week: SOD2

SNP Of The Week: SOD2 The role of SOD2 is to destroy superoxide anion radicals which are normally produced within the cells and which are toxic to biological systems. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) snp, SOD2 A16V, and its implication on oxidative stress and chemical sensitivities have been studied. Wheatgrass & wheatgrass juice are [...]

By |2021-07-28T23:06:46-05:00July 29th, 2021|Education, Feature, Health, Nutrition, Sterling's App|Comments Off on SNP Of The Week: SOD2

From Sickness to Well-Being

MTHFR Support Announcements Gail of Gaia interview Recommended books/e-books From Sickness to Well-Being COVID-19 is finally on the decline but the delta variant is still out there! See how your genes stack up against the virus and its relatives with our [...]

By |2021-07-26T22:54:11-05:00July 27th, 2021|Feature, Health, Nutrition|Comments Off on From Sickness to Well-Being

Genetics, Nutrition and Drug Addiction

GENETICS NUTRITION AND DRUG ADDICTION I fractured my neck and skull which was misdiagnosed as whiplash and a concussion. A few years later I developed IVDD in my lumbar region. Before doctors went in and started repairing things, they had me on narcotics, muscle relaxants and benzodiazepines. After having multiple surgeries to repair damage, I [...]

By |2017-08-03T09:35:55-05:00August 25th, 2016|Addiction, Education, Feature, Genetics, Health, Nutrition|0 Comments

Impacts To Our SNPs via Food/Toxins and the Resulting Domino Effect On Their Genetic Expression

You are more susceptible to viruses when Vitamin B6 (B6) and the amino acid, lysine, are low. Why? Without B6 the spleen cannot clear pyrroles. Without lysine, B6 cannot be utilized. Without B6 the body makes endogenous oxalates. Oxalates can come from food we eat, some considered very healthy, or they can be made by [...]

By |2017-06-14T00:05:01-05:00February 3rd, 2016|Blog, Education, Feature, Genetics, GMO, Health, Nutrition|19 Comments

MABIM.org January Conference – Update

The Institute for Methylation and Bioindividualized Medicine (MABIM) has been hard at work since our Philadelphia conference was first announced trying to improve and extend our plans and educational material. That hard work has paid off and we have two exciting announcements to make. Announcing CME Credits Our conference has been awarded 14 hours of [...]

By |2017-06-14T00:05:02-05:00December 6th, 2014|Blog, Education, Feature, Genetics, Health, MTHFR, Nutrition|0 Comments