October 11, 2016

You Put What in There?! by Miranda Malisani, RNCP

Fish oil. Yup, I did. I put it in my frozen treats for the boys and they loved it. Sea-licious Natural Maple Fish oil is so tasty that they’ll pull the bottle out of the fridge themselves and remind me to give it to them. Let’s be clear, I don’t get into great detail of the specific ingredients inside. …

0 comments
July 13, 2016

How Being Right Where You are is the Most Potent Antidote to lost Sexual Desire in Women

by Lori A. Brotto, PhD, R. Psych             Sex is ubiquitous. It used to be delegated to late night television on the upper channels. Now innuendos and references to sex are common, perhaps even inescapable, on most of prime time television. Bus-stop billboards display larger than life posters of nearly…

0 comments
June 9, 2016

Fish Oils Relieve Depression in College Students – By Dr. Michael Murray

What if in the treatment of depression, physicians quit relying on manipulating brain chemistry with drugs and focused instead on supporting brain chemistry? Based upon the results of a new study with fish oil supplementation conducted at the University of Pittsburg, it seems that fewer college students would be depressed or need to be on…

0 comments
May 18, 2016

A Pharmacists View on Supplements – “Yes we Do Need Omega-3s”

A Pharmacists Perspective on Supplements As a holistically oriented pharmacist and health writer I am caught (quite willingly) between two worlds – conventional medicine and natural therapies. My philosophy of practice is unique for a pharmacist. I do believe in the appropriate and rationale use of drug therapy, but I also firmly believe in the…

0 comments
April 19, 2016

7 Ways to Increase Good Fats in your Diet

Eat cold-water, fatty fish such as wild salmon, tuna, mackerel, sardines or anchovies two times per week. Eat nuts such as walnuts, brazil nuts, butter nuts and macadamia nuts. The greener the better. The dark green leafy vegetables are good sources of omega-3s. Try romaine lettuce, mixed greens, spirulina, purslane, kale, Swiss chard and arugula.…

0 comments