Homeopathy is a safe, gentle & natural system of healing that works with your body to relieve symptoms, restore itself, and improve your overall health. It is extremely safe to use, with very small children, pregnant & nursing mothers, and pets. It has none of the side effects of many traditional medications, is very affordable & is made from natural substances.
Thermography is a pain & radiation free screening measure for breast health. It is an ideal tool for mass screening not only for women over 40, but younger women as well. Thermography is not a stand-alone tool in the screening and diagnosis of breast cancer. It is adjunctive. Thermography images the breast & surrounding area, providing us with risk assessment.
Osteopathy is a non-invasive, manual, medical practice that focuses on total body health. As such, it treats the body as a large, inter-connected system of tissues, instead of focusing on one system within the unit. Manual Osteopaths assess & identify dysfunction of the soft-tissues, joints, viscera & cranium, to facilitate their re-balance using gentle techniques.
Our weight loss programs address the endocrine & metabolic deficiencies in the body that lead to unwanted weight gain & poor weight loss. It is key to evaluate hormone levels and formulate a diet based on your individual need & body type, to gain the most from your program. Men & women are different and our programs will differ for each patient.
If you suffer from chronic health issues including allergies, fatigue, muscle aches and pains, impaired memory, high blood pressure, weight gain, depression, poor sleep, hot flashes, bone loss and/or digestive disorders; advanced diagnostic testing may be right for you. We can help you determine which test is right for you and get on track towards a healthier, illness free lifestyle. We now offer Advanced Diagnostic Testing to optimize our patients treatment plans, including:
DANNY THOMAS HD, CTM
DANIELLE THOMAS RN, CCT
KATI WAYGOOD DO(MP), RMT
DIAGNOSTIC TESTING INCLUDING SALIVA HORMONE & FOOD SENSITIVITY
AHIHC health blog
Dr. Michael Greger discusses why soy consumption is associated with improved survival and lower recurrence rates in breast cancer patients. Studies show soy phytonutrients appear to improve the expression of tumor-suppressing BRCA genes. Dr. Greger makes the following observations: We know that breast cancer survivors who eat soy foods, for example, have a significantly lower Read more about BRCA Breast Cancer Genes & Soy[…]
A new study published in the journal JAMA, reveals that researchers found patients taking opioid painkillers managed their pain no better than patients taking safer, alternative pain medications. The study also found patients taking opioids experienced more adverse side effects. As per US NEWS, “Overall, opioids did not demonstrate any advantage over non opioid medications Read more about Prescription opioids are no more effective than other pain medications[…]
Sleep deprivation can impair several physiological systems and recently, new evidence has pointed to the relationship between a lack of sleep and carbohydrate metabolism, consequently resulting in insulin resistance. To minimize this effect, High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is emerging as a potential strategy. Souza et al. published a new study showing how High-Intensity Interval Training Read more about Kiss that hard work good bye if you do not sleep enough![…]
The use of multivitamins has exploded over the last decade, as more and more are now readily available in the Natural Health market. Updated studies, suggest however, that not all multivitamins are created equally, nor do they live up to some of their well marketed, but lofty claims. Denise Mann of Readers Digest reviews some Read more about All multivitamins are not created equally[…]
A few years ago we reported about a landmark Danish study that tracked over 1 million women under the age of 50 in Denmark. While that study has continued and trails have been updated, new research from that follow up group has show that birth control can increase a woman’s risk of breast cancer by Read more about Breast Cancer & Birth control; the undeniable link[…]
CBC radio reports that it just might turn out that people with “gluten sensitivities” may actually be able to bring some foods back into their diet, like sourdough bread that’s low in FODMAPs — where they never thought they could before. A new study published in the journal Gastroenterology suggests another culprit that travels along with Read more about What the Fructan?[…]
This news is not necessarily new, however, it is getting more recognition and media attention. Men’s Health recently picked up on this topic and had a deeper look into the misleading facts about fat, sugar and weight gain. Why did it take us so long to realize sugar, not fat, was the enemy? In a Read more about The truth about sugar![…]
A new study shows that popular heartburn drugs could lead to kidney damage without warning. The potential risk could outweigh benefit of taking the medication according to the Journal Kidney International.: http://www.kidney-international.org/article/S0085-2538(17)30005-4/fulltext http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/heartburn-drugs-kidney-damage-1.3994789
What are the risks of having gluten consistently in your diet? Read more below: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/19/well/live/who-really-needs-to-be-gluten-free.html?smprod=nytcore-iphone&smid=nytcore-iphone-share
Dr. Silverman points out the myths in recent news that misrepresents the detrimental nature of coconut oil. The recent headlines about coconut oil say that because it’s higher in saturated fat than beef or lard, it’s bad for you. “You’ll drastically increase the chances of cardiovascular disease if you eat it because saturated fat raises Read more about Is Coconut oil not safe for you anymore?[…]