Entries by Elizabeth Clemons

Understanding Blood Test Results

Your Guide to Understanding Blood Test Results Here is a simplified guide to understanding your blood test results. I suggest you save this newsletter so the next time you have blood work done, you will be able to read the results and understand what they mean! Blood tests show certain disease markers, the nutrients and […]

Is Milk Good For You?

Seven Reasons To Cut Dairy From Your Diet! MILK and cheese have been linked to countless diseases including breast and prostate cancer. Now nutritionist Mel Wells asks, is milk good for you? Or is it time to go dairy-free? By: Laura Mitchell Published in THE EXPRESS Sat, October 18, 2014 SEVEN REASONS TO DITCH DAIRY […]

What is meant by “The Terrain”?

The Terrain The term “the terrain” was coined by French physiologist Claude Bernard in the 19th century, who used the term for the body’s internal environment. Since the body comprises mostly water, the terrain of the body is in essence an aqueous medium. This includes the blood, lymph and the fluids inside of and between […]

Candida And Yeast Overgrowth Solutions

WHAT IS CANDIDA AND YEAST OVERGROWTH? Yeast is not only all around us – it’s in us too. We all have some yeasts, and some fermentation in the gut, usually confined to small amounts in the colon. We also eat yeast, most commonly baker’s yeast, in breads and bakery products, and in brewer’s yeast in […]

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Red Ball Blood Test

  During the war, the “Red Ball Blood Test” was used as a quick test on the battle lines. If a soldier claimed to be sick, they pierced his finger with a needle for a drop of blood. If a “red ball” appeared, the soldier would be handed his rifle and sent off to battle. […]