Root Causes of Autism Part 2

Root Causes of Autism Part 2

February 14, 2019

For those of you who missed Part 2 of the webinar with Dr. John Gildea & Dr. Martin Katz, click on the audio below.*  Slides can be downloaded here.   Highlights 8:15 – Sleep 18:30 – Infection 28:55 – Epilepsy 28:35 – Depression 44:44 – Anxiety...

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Top 5 Natural Flu Remedies

Top 5 Natural Flu Remedies

February 12, 2019

For all the parents out there, we understand how easy it is to worry about our kids. We want our children to thrive, not just survive. This worry leads to stress.  Having peace our kids are on the best trajectory to fight the viruses they are...

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Why and how to Use Chia Seeds

Why and how to Use Chia Seeds

February 02, 2019

By Elisa Bosley   You’ve probably heard that chia seeds are a “superfood”—but, like a lot of people, you may not know why they’re healthy or how to use them. First, a little history: Chia are the edible seeds from the plant Salvia hispanica, part...

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Root Causes of Autism + 10 Answers From Science

Root Causes of Autism + 10 Answers From Science

February 08, 2019

For those of you who missed Part 1 of the call with Dr. John Gildea & Dr. Martin Katz, click on the audio below.*  Slides can be downloaded here. For clinicians interested in ordering our new BrocElite Professional, you can receive an additional 10% by...

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Curcumin or Sulforaphane: Which is Best For Inflammation?

Curcumin or Sulforaphane: Which is Best For Inflammation?

October 20, 2018

    Curcumin is the best-known supplement for inflammation.  I sat down recently with Dr. John Gildea and Dr. Martin Katz to discuss how sulforaphane, the healthy phytochemical in broccoli and their product BrocElite, the first stabilized sulforaphane on the market, compares to curcumin.  ...

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Is Broccoli the New Kale?

Is Broccoli the New Kale?

October 05, 2018

David Roberts discussed the many health benefits of BrocElite and sulforaphane with Todd Runestad in a recent interview at Expo East 2018.        

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The Dirty Dozen

The Dirty Dozen

October 04, 2018

The “Dirty Dozen” is a list of twelve fruits or vegetables that you absolutely always want to buy organic due to the pesticide content of their nonorganic varieties.  The list is produced annually by the Environmental Working and is based on an analysis of the U.S....

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Why Meal Planning Helps You Eat Better

Why Meal Planning Helps You Eat Better

August 31, 2018

By Elisa Bosley (elisabosley.com)   When people ask me what I consider to be the single most useful or important cooking tip, I answer with two words: meal planning. Compared with eating out, meal planning: Saves money and energy. You’ll always spend more on restaurant...

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Asparagus Linked to Cancer?

Asparagus Linked to Cancer?

May 16, 2018

Somehow, I missed it: the article in February that set the internet on fire linking asparagus to breast cancer.  What?  Asparagus?  Breast cancer?  That just sounds a bit crazy.  But there it is.  The study was published in the prestigious journal, Nature and was conducted by...

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How Broccoli Helps Stop Inflammation

How Broccoli Helps Stop Inflammation

May 11, 2018

We all know broccoli is healthy for us.  That’s why our mothers made us eat it before we were excused from the dinner table.  But most of us never asked the question: “Why?  Why is broccoli healthy for me?”  The answer to this question lies...

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Simple, Natural Earache Recipe

Simple, Natural Earache Recipe

April 12, 2018

Earaches can really hurt.  If you have children, their having an earache can tremendously impact your day.  This is my family's go-to recipe for homemade ear drops that has been very successful over the years.  I just used it this week on my son's earache...

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Brussels Sprout Recipe Your Kids Will Like!

Brussels Sprout Recipe Your Kids Will Like!

April 12, 2018

My mom always boiled the frozen Brussels sprouts.  Eating them was like a punishment for a crime that I did not commit.  I hated them.  During a visit to their house one day, my wife's sister broiled (not boiled) her brussels sprouts and we had them...

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