September 28, 2016

Take a Deep Breath and Your Heart Will Thank You

When we breathe we take in oxygen (O2), which goes to our lungs and increases oxygenation in our blood. Blood flows in one direction, just like a mountain spring, through valves that open one way only. From the lungs and through the pulmonary veins, oxygenated blood goes into the left side of the heart, filling up the left atrium, which contracts and pulses our blood through the mitral valve to the left ventricle.
September 28, 2016

Struggling with Incontinence?

The stories of Sheila, Ken and Nancy illustrate their secret suffering. Throughout the world women and men suffer with incontinence, urgency, frequency, hesitancy, dribbling or nocturia at a ratio of four to one. In Canada alone 10 percent of the population reportedly experiences bothersome urinary symptoms.
September 5, 2016

Winter edition of HANS article

Please see page 26: Cholesterol and the Water Conection