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Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms Can Be Improved With Supplements
Peripheral neuropathy can be due to a variety of causes. It can be a result of physical injury or trauma, infection, toxins, alcoholism, nutritional deficiencies, or metabolic problems. One of the most frequent causes of peripheral neuropathy is diabetes.

Peripheral Neuropathy, One of the Complications of Diabetes

Over time, diabetics can develop nerve damage or neuropathy. Around 60 percent of diabetics can have some form of neuropathy. Some people have nerve problems while some others can have nerve damage with no symptoms. This can be felt as pain, tingling, or numbness

My Feet Have Neuropathy - What Exactly is it and What Can I do About It?
Patients with diabetes whose glucose/sugar has been out of control for longstanding periods of time develop neuropathy. Simply put, the disease affects your nerves when you do not take control of your sugar levels. Usually the symptoms start in the fingers as numbness first

Foot Care and Peripheral Neuropathy in Diabetics
People with diabetes are especially prone to develop various problems in the feet. For diabetics, this can lead to serious complications if not managed early on. 

Common Symptoms of Polyneuropathy

Polyneuropathy is caused by damage to the peripheral nerves. This means you may not feel pain, heat, or cold or in your extremities.


Lack of Thiamine Can Lead to Nerve and Heart Problems
Thiamine Deficiency is a condition wherein the body does not meet the minimum requirements for thiamine. This is also known as beriberi. This happens when there is insufficient thiamine in the diet or when there is lack of absorption of thiamine as seen in

Problems with Low Thiamine Levels in the Body
Thiamine or Vitamin B1 is needed in many cellular processes in the body. It is important in converting carbohydrates into energy. It is particularly important in proper muscle and nervous system functioning.

What You Need To Know About DHEA
DHEA or dehydroepiandrosterone is a steroid hormone that is produced in the adrenal glands. The levels of DHEA in the body typically peak in the 20s. With age, DHEA levels decline. At around the age of 70, it is only about 10 to 20 percent of peak levels. This is why there is great interest in

The Health Benefits of DHEA

What is DHEA? DHEA or dehydroepiandrosterone is a natural steroid hormone produced by the body. It is produced mainly in the adrenal glands but also by the gonads and the brain.

Coral Calcium

Facts You Need To Know About Calcium
Calcium is an important mineral that is necessary for life. Patients commonly think that calcium is only needed to promote strong healthy bones and teeth, but it is also good to know that calcium plays a vital role in multiple body systems.

Corals - One of Best Sources Of Natural Calcium
It's a common notion that when it comes to calcium, people think of healthy bones and teeth. Where in fact, calcium is not only needed for bones and teeth, this mineral is also important for other bodily functions as well.

Why You Should Take Coral Calcium
Calcium is a chemical element that is abundantly found on the earth’s crust. Sea water is rich with calcium ions and is the 5th most abundant element after sodium, chloride, magnesium and sulfate. Corals take advantage of these calcium-rich waters and form a slimy substance which then hardens to form a solid skeletal calcium frame.

Joint Smoother - Maintain Healthy Joints

Glucosamine Sulfate for Healthy Joints
A naturally occurring substance in the body is glucosamine. This is found in the fluid around the joints. It is also available in pill form as a dietary supplement; the most common is glucosamine sulfate. There are other forms of glucosamine such as glucosamine hydrochloride and N-acetyl-glucosamine.


Coral Calcium

Physician Formulated

  • 73 minerals from coral calcium
  • Vitamin D
  • Magnesium
Physician Formulated
Neuropathy Supplement
  • Thiamine
  • Vitamin B12
  • DHEA
  • Alpha Lipoic Acid

Joint Smoother

with Omega

  • Glucosamine
  • Chondroitin
  • Omega 3,6,9
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin E

  • Turmeric Root
  • Senna Leaf
  • Ginger Root
  • Black Pepper Extract

Neutrea Soap 

Fight Fungus and Bacteria

  • Tea Tree Oil
  • Terpenoids

Adjunct in the treatment of fungal feet and nails

Sea Salt Soak

  • High Mineral Content
  • Dead Sea Salt

Soak away stress, dead skin, fungus, bacteria