Category: Health Conditions

Cellular Fatigue: A Possible Source of Your Exhaustion

The word fatigue can have a broad spectrum of causes. Usually fatigue relates to either mental or physical exhaustion. However, in this article we will primarily focus on a unique source of fatigue: cellular fatigue. I will explain it thoroughly and also discuss some corrective remedies. Most of us understand physical and mental fatigue. Cellular fatigue is likely the newest player in your vocabulary. Let’s explore these three types of fatigue. Physical Fatigue Physical fatigue,... Read More

High Cholesterol

One of the biggest fears we have is being crippled by the onset of heart disease, heart attack or stroke. Cholesterol can be one of the largest players in bringing on one of the aforementioned conditions. It is imperative to understand what cholesterol is and how it plays a role as a risk factor for the things we dread the most. Here is a simple outline of the blood fats to include good and bad... Read More


The simple change in body composition where there is more weight around your middle can lead to serious health destroying consequences. We often pass of a little weight gain as no big deal when all the while it is wrecking havoc on our health. We know that for every pound you are overweight is ten pounds the joints have to handle with every step you take. Body composition changes are annoying but they don’t have... Read More

Digestive Disorders

Your gastrointestinal tract (GI tract) is the system in the body that digests and absorbs food and then expels waste. The GI tract also contains many immune system cells and serves to protect the body from infection. 85% of your immune system lines your GI tract. All illnesses that relate to the gastrointestinal tract are categorized as digestive diseases. There are millions of Americans suffering from gastrointestinal symptoms, which range from mild symptoms to more... Read More


Nutrition is the basis of metabolic improvement. However, in today’s busy culture (especially in Tulsa and Oklahoma) most people do not nourish their bodies to maximize metabolism, but instead just grab something fast in order to control hunger. This causes malnutrition, in which the body is unable to remain healthy or recover from illness or even daily living. Nutrition is the sum of food consumed by a person. Dietary habits are the decisions an individual... Read More

Hormone Imbalance and Replacement

Hormones are the chemical messengers in the body that travel the bloodstream to the organs and tissues. They slowly work and affect many of the body’s processes over time. It only takes a small amount of hormones to cause significant changes throughout the body and cause hormone imbalance. Endocrine glands are responsible for producing hormones. The main endocrine glands are the pituitary gland, thyroid, thymus, adrenal glands, and the pancreas. Both men and women produce hormones... Read More

High Blood Pressure

Heart disease is one of the major causes of death and chronic illness. Don’t wait any longer, because now is the time to prevent the silent internal damage that wreaks havoc, ending in heart attack, stroke or other chronic disease. High Blood Pressure Defined Hypertension is the result of persistent high arterial blood pressure which may cause damage to the vessels of the arteries and blood vessels of the heart, brain, kidneys, and the eyes. No... Read More

Metabolic Syndrome

An epidemic is occurring in the United States of America. The growing number of children and adults obesity and metabolic syndrome is astonishing. This syndrome usually end in the chronic disease called diabetes. Diabetes carries many chronic health destroying issues such as heart disease, peripheral neuropathy, nephropathy etc. Diabetics also  incur having to take a hand full of expensive medications and perform blood sugar checks at various times of day to demonstrate glycemic control. Although... Read More

Adrenal Fatigue: How Constant Stress Breeds Fatigue

Our patients’ most common symptoms are fatigue, insomnia, weight gain, and depression. Does that sound like you? If so, your underlying problem may be adrenal fatigue. Every woman who comes to our clinic with these symptoms gets an adrenal fatigue test, which consists of a series of tests of cortisol levels. And the results — in over thousands of cases — are remarkably consistent: only 1% have cortisol levels indicating healthy adrenal function, while 99%... Read More