FIVE Causes of Thyroid Dysfunction

Thyroid Dysfunction

Do you have cold hands and cold feet? Do you have difficulty losing weight? Do you experience constipation? Do you have dry skin or brittle nails? If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, your thyroid may be out of balance...

 

The Optimal Function of the Stomach in the Treatment of Chronic Conditions

Healthy Gut

According to current scientific research and clinical experience, the gut contains up to 90% of our immune system as gut-associated lymphoid tissue and is no longer considered to merely have digestive functions...

 

Latest Media

Gavin Mah with MP Terry Beech

Terry Beech MP for Burnaby North-Seymour and Gavin Mah (President Biomed) talking about the future of natural health products in Canada and the proposed self care framework.

 
NHP Awareness Week

Top: L-R: Gavin Mah (President Biomed), MP Gord Johns, Michael Bentley and Helen Long; Helen Long, MP Bryan May and Don Smith; Bottom: Michael Bentley, Adam Martin, CHFA's Dave Clark, and MP Jim Eglinski on Parliament Hill talking about the future of natural health products.

 

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SalvTonic: Microcirculation Formula for Cardiovascular Health
SalvTonic acts to improve circulation, increase blood flow, lower total cholesterol, reduce plaque formation, and prevent thrombosis. Read more about SalvTonic here..

 

A Natural Medicine Success Story

A male patient, late 60s, presented with Stage 4 Metast. Pancreatic cancer. He was told by the Cross CA Institute in Edmonton that he had one month to live and that chemo or radiation could not help him anymore.

The patient received high dose Vitamin C I.Vs, neutraceuticals and changed his diet. He was also very spiritual so he prayed 3 times a day with his wife. Six months later, he was still alive so he went for another MRI.

 

Candida albicans and Our Body’s Endogenic Defenses

The decisive factor for the manifestation of a Candida infection, where there is a contact between a mammalian organism and cells of the yeast fungus, is always the result of interactions between the virulent factors of the yeast and the endogenic defense mechanisms of the host. Particularly decisive for the manifestation of an infection is the capacity of the Candida cells to attach themselves and adhere to the host cells. This initial step de-pends on the surface of the cellular wall of the yeast cells, as well as on possible receptors on the body cells, which are able to interact with the yeast structures.