About Clifford H Woods

Author: Clifford H Woods is the Executive Director of Vibrant Life. See more information at http://www.oralchelation.com and http://www.vibrantlifemsm.com/ We Provide Great Products, Excellent and Useful Information with Exceptional Customer Care Service

Basic Oral Chelation

Basic Oral Chelation By Clifford H Woods Chelation is a very simple and basic concept that can be used as a beneficial therapy. What it basically does is remove the buildup of toxic heavy metals in the body. It flushes them out and leaves the body feeling much better than before the therapy started. It is primarily used for certain heart issues. Some recent scientific findings have revealed that accumulation Continue Reading;

How To Increase Vigor The Natural Way

Many people are expected to balance many things in life such as family, work, social events and a whole list of other obligations. That is why you may feel tired even after sleeping for 8 hours a day. There are several natural ways to increase your vigor and energy levels so that you can do more in a day. One of the ways to do this is to be sure Continue Reading;

Natural Creams and Their Uses

Oil and water do not mix.  When creating all natural creams or lotions, something needs to be done to the oil and water based ingredients so that they can combine.  “Emulsion” happens when water is permitted to encapsulate oil molecules with the help of another ingredient referred to as an “emulsifier”.  A common emulsifier found in nature is lecithin.  In cooking, the lecithin contained in egg yolks allows a good Continue Reading;

Calcium and Bone Health

Calcium is a mineral needed for strong teeth and bone health. It is also important in the growth of young adults and children.  The absorption of calcium as well as vitamin D, and the creation of bone reach a peak around twenty years of age.  It begins to decrease from the age of thirty when a process of draining begins.   Good intake of calcium and vitamin D increases bone Continue Reading;

Liquid Minerals and their Value for Human Body

Just about 4% of the mass of the body contains minerals. Some of them are categorized as major mineral values, with the body needing more than 100 mg/day, while some are referred as trace minerals with the body needing less than 100 mg/day.   The minerals considered to be major consist of calcium, sodium, potassium, phosphorus, manganese, magnesium, sulphur, cobalt, and chlorine.  The trace minerals consist of iron, copper, zinc, Continue Reading;

Causes of High Cholesterol and Natural Remedies

The root causes of High Cholesterol is said to consist of: Diet that is poor, especially one high in cholesterol, saturated fats and refined carbohydrates Family tendency to high cholesterol Insulin resistance diabetes Hypothyroidism Stress Inactivity   You are most likely to have cholesterol that is high and that can lead to heart disease if you have any of these risk factors:   Smoking. Cigarette smoking causes damage to the Continue Reading;

Skin Diseases and Natural Remedies

Disorders or skin diseases consist of a wide assortment of problems and can even be a sign of some underlying illness.  Because of this, it is vital to get a correct diagnosis to not only take care of the symptoms but to ensure that you are effectively as well as properly treating the condition.   Skin diseases and disorders are basically related to the epidermis which is the outermost layer Continue Reading;

The Harm that Over-Prescribing Antibiotics Can Do

We have reached a time in our health care system where many health authorities are now beginning to admit that the over prescribing of antibiotics is creating a problem that is much worse than the original illnesses.   Antibiotics first began use in the 1940s and everyone agrees that antibiotics were a great advancement in medicine.  But the over prescribing of these drugs has resulted in the development of bacteria Continue Reading;

High Blood Pressure, Causes, and Natural Remedies

As your blood circulates through the body, it presses up against the walls of the arteries.  This force of pressure is referred to as blood pressure.  When the pressure against the arterial walls becomes too high, these walls often become narrow or thicken and this adds an extra burden of stress on the heart.   Blood pressure may in some cases temporarily rise from stress, exercise or other emotions from Continue Reading;

Headaches and Their Natural Remedies

Imagine starting your day early in the morning with some serious lack of sleep, your kids are screaming at the top of their lungs, you are navigating tumultuous traffic on every turn and corner and when you finally reach your office, you receive a sour note from your manager.   By this time, you feel like your head is about to fall off from the mind numbing and throbbing pain. Continue Reading;