How Sleep Detoxifies The Brain

Posted by Mellisa on February 1, 2017 in Brain Health, Research |

Although we don’t know exactly how or why,  there is no question that sleep is crucial for our overall health. Most of us just don’t realize how crucial and healing sleep really is for the brain. Sleep is truly one of the best ways for the brain to detoxify.

Study Reveals Healthy Diets Help Prevent Dementia

Posted by Mellisa on May 7, 2015 in Brain Health |

You may have heard the quote “Of all the things I’ve lost, it’s my mind I miss the most.” Kinda funny, but kinda sad for those that are suffering from dementia. Many functional medicine believers already know the importance of diet in just about every bodily function, but now researchers are giving us some cold, […]

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How Tumeric Can Regenerate Brain Stem Cells

Posted by Mellisa on October 15, 2014 in Brain Health, Nutrient Therapy, Nutrition |

The brain benefits of Tumeric Much has been researched and written about turmeric also known as curcumin. We know that it is a highly effective anti-inflammatory, which is great for so many chronic conditions. However, some newer information has come out on the benefits to the brain, so I thought I would share it with […]

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The REAL reason you can’t recall stuff.

Posted by Mellisa on July 8, 2014 in Brain Health |

I get several newsletters in my inbox through out the week. This one stuck out, well because I often feel like I can’t remember stuff as I used to . Anyway, I thought I would share this with you, since you might be in the same boat. Enjoy! The real reason you can’t remember as […]

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From A to Z – 26 Easy ways to improve your health

If you are trying to get healthier, then you know how overwhelming all the information from all of the experts can be. Do this… Don’t do that. Blah Blah Blah.  What if it was as easy as A-B-C?  Like…. Avoid processed foods Breakfast Colorful Foods….. and so on. Here is the rest of the great […]

How to Conquer High Anxiety

Posted by Mellisa on March 13, 2014 in Anxiety, Brain Health, Mental Health, Research |

Some 40 million Americans regularly suffer from troubling levels of anxiety. Find out what triggers these episodes, how our bodies respond, and how you can remain calmer in the face of whatever life throws your way.   “Because we humans have prefrontal lobes, we can anticipate the future and make up a scenario that is […]

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Q-News: Vitamin Deficiencies that cause Psychiatric Symptoms.

Posted by Mellisa on June 27, 2013 in Brain Health, Mental Health, Nutrient Therapy |

Vitamin Deficiencies that Cause Psychiatric Symptoms Depression, anxiety, panic, hostility, paranoid behaviors, mania, and forgetfulness only begin the long list of symptoms that can be caused or exasperated by vitamin deficiencies. If you are experiencing any of these types of problems, you owe it to yourself to get tested. A supplement may be all that […]

Q-Stories: With micronutrient therapy Gayle no longer suffers from Bipolar Disorder symptoms.

Posted by Mellisa on May 23, 2013 in BiPolar Disorder, Brain Health, Mental Health |

Gayle’s story via TrueHope, LTD My name is Gayle and I live in Pennsylvania USA. I have been struggling with Bipolar Disorder for over 20 years. For years my symptoms were managed by Lithium and Risperdal. This kept me from repeated trips to the hospital. For most of those years, although on the previously stated […]

Antipsychotics now given to toddlers with tantrums? Insane

Now this is INSANE> Drugs once reserved for the psychotic are now being given to children still in diapers. Dr. Dina Panagiotopoulos, a pediatric endocrinologist at BC Children’s Hospital, says “second-generation” antipsychotics are being prescribed to two- and three-year-olds for aggression. Read entire article on www.cchrint.org Mellisa Strom McJunkin‘s insight: No pun intended, but this […]

Q-News: What? Antipsychotics now being given to toddlers! Insane

Now this is INSANE> Drugs once reserved for the psychotic are now being given to children still in diapers.   Dr. Dina Panagiotopoulos, a pediatric endocrinologist at BC Children’s Hospital, says “second-generation” antipsychotics are being prescribed to two- and three-year-olds for aggression. Read entire article  on www.cchrint.org Mellisa Strom McJunkin‘s insight: No pun intended, but […]

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