How To Make Healthy Choices With Fast Food…

junkfood_2Eating healthy at a fast food restaurant is difficult, but not impossible.
Try some of these tips to keep your diet healthier and lower in fatIf it is the only choice you have for lunch, choose  Healthier meals the rest of the day. The thing we need to avoid at all cost is that meal that is high in Fat and Sodium. Below are some helpful tips to follow if the need arises to eat fast food and keep it for lunch and NOT Dinner:

  • Order orange juice or milk instead of soda to boost the vitamin and mineral content of your meal.
  • If you are going to order a soda, order a small soda. It has about 150 fewer calories than the large one.
  • When out for pizza with your friends, order a salad and enjoy it before the pizza comes. This will help to curb your appetite and start your metabolism to burn rather than store it as fat.
  • Ask for sandwiches without special sauce, cheese, dressing, or mayonnaise and eliminate the bun.
  • Choose the relatively healthier and lower fat items highlighted in bold print in charts below
  • Order your salads with the dressing on the side.
  • Try ordering something grilled, baked, or roasted not fried.  Instead of chicken nuggets try a grilled chicken sandwich without the bun.
  • Order regular portion sizes instead of the jumbo sizes that are now common at most fast food restaurants.
  • Share an entrée with a friend when going to a restaurant.
  • Try a bake potato instead of french fries. Skip the butter and sour cream. Try BBQ sauce instead.
  • Have Frozen Yogurt instead of Ice Cream

Check out the number of calories, fat, and sodium of your favorite meals at these fast food restaurants:
Arby’s, Burger King,  KFC, Mc Donald’s, Pizza Hut, Subway, Taco Bell, and Wendy’s

Items in BOLD print contain less than 30% of calories from fat:

ARBY’S ITEMs

CALORIES

FAT

SODIUM

Junior Roast Beef

310

13

740

Super Roast Beef

470

23

1130

Chicken Breast Fillet

540

30

1160

Roast Chicken Club

520

28

1440

French Dip

440

18

1680

Turkey Club Salad

350

21

920

Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad (no drsg.)

230

8

920

Light Grilled Chicken

280

5

1170

Light Roast Turkey

260

5

980

Grilled Chicken Salad

210

5

800

Curly Fries (Med)

400

20

990

Homestyle Fries Child’s

220

10

430

 

BURGER KING ITEMS

CALORIES

FAT

SODIUM

Whopper w/o mayo

530

22

840

Whopper w/ Cheese

780

47

1390

Hamburger

320

14

530

BK Big Fish

710

38

1200

Chicken Club Sandwich

740

44

1530

BK Broiler w/o mayo

390

8

1010

Chicken Tenders (8pc)

340

19

840

French Fries-Sm. (no salt)

230

11

240

Onion Rings-Med.

320

16

460

Croissan’wich w/ Sausage, Egg, Cheese

500

36

1020

Cini-Mini (No Icing)

440

23

710

French Toast Sticks

390

20

440

 

KFC ITEMS

CALORIES

FAT

SODIUM

Original Wing w/Skin

140

10

414

Ex. Crispy Breast w/Skin

470

28

874

“ “ Breast w/o skin*

344

14

797

Original Thigh w/ Skin

250

18

747

Original Thigh w/o Skin*

196

12

312

Roast Chicken Sandwich w/ No Sauce

270

5

690

BBQ Chicken Sandwich

310

6

560

Corn on the Cob

150

2

20

Mash Potato w/ Gravy

120

6

440

* Estimated  

 

PIZZA HUT ITEMS

CALORIES

FAT

SODIUM

Info. for 1 med. slice:
Thin ‘N Crispy
Cheese

200

9

590

Sausage

290

17

800

Ham

170

7

610

Veggie Lover’s

190

7

520

Pan Pizza
Chicken Supreme

270

12

580

Meat Lover’s

360

21

840

Veggie Lover’s

270

12

510

Personal Pan
Info. for each pizza:
Cheese

630

28

1370

Pepperoni

620

28

1430

Sausage

740

39

1640

Spaghetti w/Marinara

490

6

730

Spaghetti w/ Meatballs

850

24

1120

Hot Buffalo Wings (4)

210

12

900

Garlic Bread (1 sl.)

150

8

240

Bread Stick/1 serv.

130

4

170

 

MC DONALD’S ITEMS

CALORIES

FAT

SODIUM

Hamburger

280

10

590

Cheeseburger

330

14

830

Quarter Pounder w/Cheese

530

30

1310

Big Mac

590

34

1090

Fillet-of-Fish

470

26

890

Chicken McGrill Deluxe w/o mayo

340

7

890

Chicken McNugs (6)

290

17

540

French Fries (Sm.)

210

10

135

French Fries (Super)

610

29

390

Garden Salad

100

6

120

Grilled Chicken Salad

100

3

240

Fat-free Herb Dressing

35

0

260

Ranch

170

18

460

Egg McMuffin

290

12

790

Sausage Biscuit/egg

490

33

1010

Hash Browns

130

8

330

Hotcakes Plain

340

8

630

Hotcakes w/Margarine & Syrup

600

17

770

Lowfat Apple Muffin

300

3

380

Vanilla Cone

150

5

75

Hot Fudge Sundae

340

12

170

Fruit ‘N Yogurt Parfait

380

5

240

Baked Apple Pie

260

13

200

McDonaldland Cookies

230

8

250

Vanilla Shake (Small)

360

9

250

1% Lowfat Milk

100

3

115

Orange Juice

80

0

20

 

WENDY’S ITEMS

CALORIES

FAT

SODIUM

Classic Single

410

19

920

Big Bacon Classic

580

30

1460

Jr. Hamburger

270

9

620

Grilled Chicken

300

7

740

Chicken Club

470

20

940

Fries-Medium

420

20

130

Fries-Great Biggie

570

27

180

Baked Potato-Plain

310

0

25

Baked Potato-Bacon & Cheese

530

17

820

Chili-Small

210

7

800

Chili-Large

310

10

1190

Chicken Nuggets (5)

230

16

470

Caesar Side Salad

110

5

380

Grilled Chicken Salad

200

7

780

Taco Salad

380

19

1040

Fat-free French Drsg

70

0

300

Soft Breadstick

130

3

250

 

TACO BELL ITEMS

CALORIES

FAT

SODIUM

Taco

210

12

330

Taco Supreme

260

16

350

Soft Taco-Chicken

190

7

480

Soft Taco-Steak

280

17

630

Bean Burrito

370

12

1080

Burrito Supreme-Beef

430

18

1210

Burrito Supreme – Chicken

410

16

1120

Fiesta Burrito-Chicken

370

12

1000

Fiesta Burrito-Steak

370

12

1020

Supreme Chicken

300

13

530

Supreme Steak

300

14

550

Nacho Cheese Chicken

290

13

690

Cheesy Crunch

560

33

980

Tostada

250

12

640

Taco Salad w/Salsa

850

52

2250

Taco Salad w/o Shell

400

22

1510

Cheese Quesadilla

490

28

1080

Mexican Pizza

540

35

1040

Nachos

320

18

560

Nachos Bell Grande

760

39

1300

Pintos ‘n Cheese

180

8

640

Mexican Rice

190

9

750

Cinnamon Twists

150

5

190

 

SUBWAY ITEMS

CALORIES

FAT

SODIUM

Info. for 6″ sandwich (w/o cheese or condiments)
Veggie Delite

200

3

500

Turkey Breast

254

4

1000

Roast Beef

264

5

840

Ham

261

5

1260

Tuna

419

21

1180

Caesar Italian BMT

530

31

1840

Southwest Chicken

362

13

960

Meatball

501

25

1350

Wraps:
Asiago Caesar Chicken

413

15

1320

Turkey & Bacon

321

7

1510

Salads w/ Fat-free Dressing:
Veggie Delite Salad

50

1

310

Subway Club Salad

145

4

1070

Roasted Chicken Breast

137

3

730

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For The Love Of Coffee…

coffee pressCaffeine — it’s the world’s most popular drug. People drink it with alcohol to ramp up the effect. They drink it after alcohol to sober up. They take it to get rid of headaches, cure cancer, and prevent Parkinson’s. Then again, most are looking to put warning labels on any product that contains added caffeine. So what gives — is caffeine saint or sinner, miracle drug or a self induced nightmare?

The devil, as usual when it comes to natural substances, lies in the details. And that’s what we’re going to explore in this article, the truth behind caffeine.

As Previously stated, Caffeine is the #1 used (or abused) DRUG in the world and is part of everyone’s daily life-style. It has gone unnoticed as a potentially harmful substance to most people’s health – especially if you’re over the age of 35 and you’re worried about heart disease, joint pain, anxiety, depression, and/or diabetes. Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant. It’s consumed by up to 90% of people in the world in one form or another, but mostly in beverages. It is a naturally occurring substance found in plants like cocoa beans, tea leaves, and kola nuts.

Daily usage, let alone multiple cups, as well as higher dosed caffeinated products such as Espresso’s, Energy Drinks, and Weight Loss + Energy pills – have NUMEROUS long-term negative effects because of caffeine build up.

Below are the Top 10 Caffeine Related Problems. Please read them carefully and see what improvements you could make in your own lifestyle & future health picture.

  1. Cardiovascular Problems(heart disease, strokes and blood pressure) Caffeine increases your heart rate, elevates your blood pressure, and can contribute to the development of heart disease. This means an increase chance of heart attacks and strokes. Both decaf and regular coffee increase your cholesterol and homocysteine, the biochemical indicators that is linked to increased risk for heart attacks. Caffeine is also linked to coronary vasospasms, the cause for 20% of all fatal heart attacks, which kill otherwise perfectly healthy people.
  2. Stress(physical, emotional and a rise in stress hormones such as cortisol) Caffeine stimulates and increases the excretion of stress hormones, such as Cortisol and other negative adrenal hormones. This produces increased levels of anxiety, irritability, muscular tension and pain, indigestion, insomnia, and decreased immune function (leading to sickness). Increased levels of stress from caffeine can keep you from being able to make healthy responses to the normal daily stress everyone is subjected to in their lives. Hence, you’re NOT able to deal with stress as well.
  3. Emotional Disturbances(anxiety, panic attacks, and irritability) Anxiety and irritability are primary mood disturbances associated with caffeine consumption, but equally important is depression and attention disorders. Depression may occur as part of the let down (withdrawals) after the stimulant effects of caffeine wears off. This tends to happen through out the day due to caffeine’s short half life. Hence, why you drink multiple cups of coffee or caffeinated beverages through out the day. Your body “needs” the caffeine boost in order to survive and feel “normal”. Additionally, the depression may also appear during the recovery period after quitting caffeine while the brain’s chemistry is readjusted (this usually takes 3-10 days before your body “normalizes” and feels “human” again). Caffeine, rather than increasing mental activity actually decreases blood flow to the brain by as much as 30% and negatively effects memory and mental performance. Just like any drug, caffeine has negative withdrawals when you attempt to get off or even reduce your consumption. The above mentioned emotional disturbances, coupled with physical weakness and fatigue – adding to it horrible headaches – is one reason many people never stay off caffeine. It’s just too difficult to quit and because it’s readily available and acceptable for daily use, no one tries to quit.
  4. Blood Sugar & Insulin Problems(hypoglycemia, high insulin, etc.) Diabetics and people who tend to have low-blood sugar (hypoglycemia) should avoid caffeine because it stimulates a temporary surge in blood sugar, which is then followed by an overproduction of insulin that causes a blood sugar crash within hours. This low blood sugar makes you feel tired, fatigued and crave carbohydrates and sugary type of foods. If you’re trying to loose weight, this rollercoaster will actually cause weight gain, since insulin’s message to the body is to store excess sugar and food as body fat (around the legs, stomach, etc.). The other problem is if you’re pre-diabetic, diabetic and/or have a family history of it – caffeine makes things MUCH worse and you have to adjust your medication accordingly – on a day to day basis due to all the fluctuations and “rollercoaster” problems with your blood sugar because of the caffeine. Additionally, almost all caffeinated beverages contain calories and sugars – this again adds to the problem and makes many people gain fat (yes, even diet “no calorie” sodas have this effect!)
  5. Gastrointestinal Problems(stomach, heart burn, acid reflux, indigestion) Many people experience a burning sensation in their stomach after drinking coffee because coffee increases the secretion of hydrochloric acid leading to an increased risk for ulcers. Granted, it’s mild, goes unnoticed and people simply get use to this “mild discomfort” over the years and think it’s normal. Coffee, including decaf, reduces the pressure on the valve between the esophagus and the stomach, so that the highly acidic contents of the stomach pass up to the esophagus leading to heartburn and gastroesophageal reflux disease. With America’s high consumption of coffee, its no wonder the best selling over-the-counter drugs are the so-called antacids.
  6. Nutritional Deficiencies(vitamins, minerals, etc.) Caffeine inhibits the absorption of some nutrients and causes the urinary excretion of calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron and trace minerals, all essential elements necessary for good health – especially your bones. This is one major reason for people having osteoporosis, joint problems and getting shorter as we age – less calcium absorption!
  7. Male Health Problems(urinary, prostate, BPH) Even though caffeine acts as a diuretic, it causes problems and prostate growth (PBH). Hence, if you are getting up to pee a few times a night, cutting out the caffeine will definitely help your prostate and you’ll sleep better too!
  8. Female Problems(PMS, cysts, osteoporosis, etc.) Fibrocystic breast disease, PMS, osteoporosis, infertility problems, miscarriage, low birth weight infants, and menopausal problems such as hot flashes are all exacerbated by caffeine consumption. Women on birth control pills are particularly at risk because they have a decreased ability to detoxify caffeine. Additionally, caffeine has been shown to cause cysts in breast tissue. As discussed in #6 above, caffeine prevents the absorption of certain nutrients – two main ones being calcium and magnesium. BOTH of these minerals are extremely important for maintaining healthy bones and teeth, while preventing osteoporosis (especially in women and more so if you’re post menopausal).
  9. Adrenal Exhaustion(fatigue, muscle weakness, sleepy) Caffeine consumption leads to eventual adrenal exhaustion, which can leave you vulnerable to a variety of health disorders related to inflammation, autoimmunity, colds and flues, and fatigue. Basically, your adrenal glands help create “adrenal”, in addition to a numerous other very important anti-aging hormones. When we are under stress (physical and/or emotional), our adrenal glands work over time to help us cope with life’s stresses. But, when you are using caffeine, your adrenal glands are already depleted. In fact, caffeine has REPLACED some of the adrenal’s functions. Similar to a car running on an empty gas tank. Hence, because of this adrenal exhaustion due to caffeine – your body is in a “weak” state and any additional pressures and stresses affect you much quicker. Irritability, muscle fatigue, anger, fat again are all related to adrenal exhaustion and the caffeine is making it worse!
  10. Accelerated Aging(dehydration, skin elasticity, wrinkles, loss of hormones) Many people over the age of 35 and definitely in their 40’s, find that they can no longer tolerate the same level of caffeine consumption, as they could in their twenties and early thirties. The production of DHEA, melatonin, and other hormones start to decline and caffeine accelerates that downhill drop & makes you age faster. As discussed earlier, caffeine is also a diuretic. It dehydrates the body of water and contributes to the aging of the skin and kidneys. It has been shown to inhibit DNA repair and slow the ability of the liver to detoxify foreign toxins. The kidneys and liver are very important organs needed for your longevity, detoxification, regeneration of cells, creation of hormones, metabolism of foods and nutrients and so many other vital duties.

Well, there you have it – 10 important reasons to AVOID caffeine and caffeinated products, pills and beverages. Yes, ONCE in a while, a small cup of organic coffee or tea is fine. But daily use, let alone multiple times a day is NOT good for your physical or emotional health – especially longterm usage.
If you tend to “abuse” caffeine and are a bit addicted (hence, daily usage, multiple times), my suggestion is to slowly reduce your dependency. For example, if you are having 4 cups of coffee daily, slowly lower it by HALF a cup each week until you are completely off.

Don’t Drink Diet Soda Until You Read This Report…

Pouring-soda-300x199Each year, Americans consume about 5,250 tons of aspartame in total, of which about 86 percent (4,500 tons) is from the consumption of diet sodas. Diet soda is the largest dietary source of aspartame  in the U.S. A study recently published at the beginning of December 2012 links the consumption of Aspartame to increased risk of Lymphoma and Leukemia. As few as one diet soda daily may increase the risk for leukemia in men and women dramatically. The study was conducted by the Channing Division of Network Medicine, Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA and Nutrition, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA. The study was a follow up after a 22 year period of data collection including health frequent dietary and health check ups of the study group.

Click here to read the full study…

Study Finds Antioxidant Effective For Autism…

N-acetyl cysteine (NAC), a nutrient well-known specifically for displaying strong antioxidant activity, has been advocated as a valuable asset for purposes related to detoxification along with a new study which suggests it may be effective in easing irritability and repetitive behaviors in children with autism–a disorder that has been displaying alarming increases.

The 12-week, double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study involved 33 children, aged 3 to 12, and, reflective of the general characteristic of the disorder, predominantly male (31 of 33). All were diagnosed with an autistic disorder and Clinical Global Impressions-Severity (CGI-S) score of 4 or higher.

The children were randomly divided into experimental and placebo groups. The N-acetyl cysteine protocol involved a steady increase in dosage, consisting first of 900 mg of NAC administered daily for four  weeks, followed by 900 mg twice daily for four weeks, followed by 900 mg taken three times daily for a final four weeks.

Follow-up data were available on 14 of the children in the NAC-receiving group and on 15 children in the placebo group. Compared with placebo, NAC treatment was associated with a significant decrease in irritability scores from 13.1 to 7.2 on the Aberrant Behavior Check List (or ABC) irritability subscale. Improvement was observed in week four and continued through weeks eight and 12, according to authors.

The change is not as large as that seen in children taking antipsychotics, according to lead investigator Antonio Hardan, MD, from Stanford University School of Medicine, in Palo Alto, California, “but this is still a potentially valuable tool to have before jumping on these big guns.”

These results lend some support to related observations involving dietary changes in autistic children, particularly so-called “elimination diets”, and collectively these studies serve to strengthen the association believed to exist between certain nutritional “pollutants” and the impaired cognitive function characteristic of autism. Additional research is required to help narrow the focus, but the study above not only reveals more about the causes of autism, but potentially one part of the solution.

Should You Take Vitamin K2 With Vitamin D???

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Vitamin D has been in the news for the past several years and has seen many studies reflecting it’s tremendous health benefits. News articles such as “Vitamin D Vital for the Heart”, “Sunscreens can Block Vitamin D”, Vitamin D Deficit in Pregnancy Tied to Caesarean Risk”, and “Lack of Vitamin D Can Double Your Risk of Stroke” are just a few of the headlines by some of the major news networks.

Vitamin D Deficiency

More than1 billion people worldwide do not consume adequate amounts of vitamin D and more than 50% of postmenopausal women taking meds for osteoporosis have suboptimal levels of vitamin D. Without adequate levels of Vitamin D, only 10 -15% of our dietary calcium can be absorbed. This is due to the function of the Vitamin D to facilitate the absorption of Calcium.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin/hormone and is obtained in three ways:

  1. Dietary Intake
  2. Supplementation
  3. Sunlight

 

Vitamin D is naturally present in very few foods, added to others, and available more readily as a dietary supplement. It is also produced endogenously, within the body, when ultraviolet rays from sunlight strike the skin and trigger vitamin D synthesis. Vitamin D obtained from sun exposure, food, and supplements is biologically inactive and must undergo two hydroxylations in the body for activation. The first occurs in the liver and converts vitamin D to 25-hydroxyvitamin D3. The second occurs primarily in the kidney and forms the physiologically active 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3.

Role of Vitamin D

  • Promotes the proper synthesis and functioning of important proteins essential for proper calcium utilization
  • Supports the maintenance of bones
  • Supports immune health
  • Helps maintain cardiovascular health
  • Helps maintain normal blood pressure

Why Vitamin K2

Vitamin K is also a fat-soluble vitamin, so it is stored in the body’s fat tissue and liver. It is best known for its role in helping blood clot (coagulate) properly (the “K” comes from its German name, Koagulationsvitamin). Vitamin K also plays an important role in bone health by binding calcium and other minerals to the bone.  Vitamin K is used to reduce the risk of bleeding in liver disease, malabsorption syndromes, or in association with long-term use of antibiotics. Most importantly it is needed for proper use of calcium in bones. Higher vitamin K levels correspond to greater bone density, while low levels of vitamin K have been found in those with osteoporosis. There is increasing evidence that vitamin K improves bone health and reduces risk of bone fractures, particularly in postmenopausal women who are at risk for osteoporosis. In addition, studies of other groups (such as male and female athletes) have also shown bone enhancing benefits from vitamin K supplements. Vitamin K may very well end up being as important for you as vitamin D, as research continues to illuminate the growing list of its benefits for your health. Vitamin K is probably where vitamin D was ten years ago, with respect to its appreciation as a vital nutrient that has far more advantages than originally thought.

Purpose of Vitamin D and K as Supplements

Most people are deficient in Vitamin D or at least insufficient as it relates to their diet and sun exposure. Keep in mind that Vitamin K is responsible for healthy tissues. In bone, it activates osteocalcin, a protein required to bind calcium to the mineral matrix, thus strengthening the skeleton. In circulation, Vitamin K2 participates in carboxylation of Matrix Gla Protein (MGP), the most potent inhibitor of arterial calcification known, lowering the risk of vascular damage. Therefore there is a compounding effect of these two vitamins working together.

What to Look for in a Good Supplement

Vitamin D3: 5,000IU

Vitamin K2: 45mcg

Benefits of Vitamin D with K2

  • Helps maintain bone health
  • Promotes normal bone mineral density
  • Promotes proper synthesis of proteins essential for proper calcium utilization
  • Helps maintain cardiovascular health
  • Promotes arteries
  • Promotes healthy  and elastic blood vessels
  • Helps maintain normal blood pressure
  • Promotes healthy  cells
  • Supports immune health

Who Would Benefit?

  • Bone health
  • Immune health
  • Cardiovascular health
  • Optimal nutrient absorption
  • Optimizing overall health

Where can you get a good quality Vit. D with K2 and who can you trust?

There are many different sources to purchase this from but the question I have always had …“who can you trust?” Well I have set out on a search over the past 25 years to find the best quality supplements to offer to my patients and I have discovered the form of supplements that absorb at the highest rate of all on the market which are known as Isotonic. These are the supplements that I trust and offer to my patients which  can be found at http://www.drbarry.nutrametrix.com

View my blog to learn more about why Isotonic Supplements have the highest rate of absorption.

 


Blood Clots/Stroke – We Now Have a Fourth Indicator…

STROKE: Remember the 1st Three Letters….. S. T. R.

STROKE IDENTIFICATION:
During a BBQ, a woman stumbled and took a little fall – she assured everyone that she was fine (they offered to call paramedics) ….she said she had just tripped over a brick because of her new shoes.

They got her cleaned up and got her a new plate of food. While she appeared a bit shaken up, Jane went about enjoying herself the rest of the evening.
Jane’s husband called later telling everyone that his wife had been taken to the hospital – (at 6:00 pm Jane passed away.) She had suffered a stroke at the BBQ. Had they known how to identify the signs of a stroke, perhaps Jane would be with us today. Some don’t die. They end up in a helpless, hopeless condition instead.
Neurologists say that if he can get to a stroke victim within 3 hours they can totally reverse the effects of a stroke…totally. The trick is being able to recognized, diagnosed, and then getting the patient medically cared for within 3 hours, which is tough.

RECOGNIZING A STROKE

Thank God for the sense to remember the ‘3’ steps, STR.
Sometimes symptoms of a stroke are difficult to identify. Unfortunately, the lack of awareness spells disaster. The stroke victim may suffer severe brain damage when people nearby fail to recognize the symptoms of a stroke.

Now doctors say a by stander can recognize a stroke by asking three simple questions:

S  *Ask the individual to SMILE.

T *Ask the person to TALK and SPEAK A SIMPLE SENTENCE such as “ It is sunny out today”

R  *Ask him or her to RAISE BOTH ARMS.

If he or she has trouble with ANY ONE of these tasks, call emergency number immediately and describe the symptoms to the dispatcher.

New Sign of a Stroke ——– Stick out Your Tongue

NOTE:  Another ‘sign’ of a stroke is this: Ask the person to ‘stick’ out his tongue. If the tongue is ‘crooked’, or if it deviates to one side or the other, this is also an indication of a stroke. This is an indication that one of the cranial nerves has been involved and should send up a huge Red Flag.

Remember that if you’re loved one or anyone you encounter in this situation has difficulty with balance and shows any of these signs above you may save their life by making the right call to have them evaluated by an emergency specialist. You can’t be too worried about over reacting when it comes to a life! So, be sure to pass this info on to others…

Please Accept My Apology…

Due to being out of the country I have been unable to keep up with informing you all on the Natural Health topics you have grown accustomed to reading on a daily basis. I am back and ready to resume my dispensing of these topics for your reading pleasure. This is my 125 post and I hope you enjoy many more!

Dr. Barry 

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