The Benefits of Ketosis for Cancer Prevention


DID YOU KNOW THAT YOU WERE BORN IN KETOSIS? Your mother’s milk was designed to keep you in ketosis in order to support your fast growing brain! As you were weaned, your mother gave you foods high in carbs and low in fats and you switched to using the insulin/glucose pathway to produce fuel for…

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3 Reasons to use Thermography as an Analysis for Eye Health

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Many of our thermography patients have seen hyperthermia in the inner canthus of the eyes.  This heat signature could be from many things. One could be eye strain. It could also be lack of sleep, poor sleep quality, a headache, or allergies. One thing you should rule out is getting your eyes checked! Learn more…

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Sitting Is the New Smoking


By Theresa AuCoin, CHHP, M. ED., Certified Nutritional Consultant Don’t we all already know we are supposed to exercise, to work out, to go to the gym, …as a part of our personal wellness program?  But are you consistently doing this? Did you realize that inactivity, according to the W.H.O., is the fourth biggest…

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Oral Inflammation and the Use of Young Living Essential Oils


Oral/ Gum inflammation is epidemic and easily identified on thermal imaging. Routine trips to the dentist for deep scaling, cleanings, and check-ups are important in maintaining your gums and overall oral health. It is imperative to perform at home care and have regular thermography examinations of the mouth. Many patients have received advice on how…

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Thermography Training Information – Room Setup, Positioning and more

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Thermography is a reliable technique for detecting anomalies in the heat signatures near or on the surface of the body. This testing technique is globally used for detection of breast cancer and much more. Being a non-invasive procedure, it is extremely convenient for patients and the test results are quite informative. With the help of this technique, patients can get tested for heat signature changes in body without contact, radiation or compression.

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Mammograms Cause Breast Cancer (And Other Cancer Facts You Probably Never Knew)

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Breast cancer is the leading cause of death among American women between the ages of 44 and 55. Dr. Gofinan, in his book, Preventing Breast Cancer, cites this startling statistic along with an in-depth look at mammographic screening, an early-detection practice that agencies like the American Cancer Society recommend to women of all age groups. According to most health experts, catching a tumor in its early stages increases a woman’s chances of survival by at least 17 percent.

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Air Quality of a Home

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When we think of health most of us think of our own bodies however, another very important factor is the condition of our homes, more precisely the health of the air we are breathing it. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, Americans spend 90 percent of their time indoors-at home or offices

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Breast Cancer Prevention in the United States

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One in eight women in the United States will develop invasive breast cancer in their lifetime according to the web site. Due to these high rates of cancer, the majority of women are recommended to get their first mammogram between the ages of 40 and 50, depending on their risk status

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Bra-Free for Healthy Breasts

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Breast health is a hot topic in the public and in the scientific community. PubMed alone offers more than 340,000 studies related to the breast and cancer. The topic brings fear and anxiety to almost every woman. So much of the media attention on breasts is about cancer and not necessarily about breast health

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