Dr. Cicerone Talks IV Therapy on the American Dream Show

0 8 December 2016

Listen to “The Show 11-17-16 Dr. Aliza Cicerone” on Spreaker. Our very own Dr. Cicerone, aka “Dr. C,” was on “The Show” with Elizabeth Meza. They talked naturopathic medicine, prolotherapy and all things Spark Health! Dr. C shared valuable insight into how Spark Health finds the roots of its patients’ health issues, and neutralizes them in a natural and conclusive fashion. Meza conducted an informative and engaging interview that allowed Dr. C to really delve deeply into the benefits Spark Health offers its patients. Dr. C discussed the four key elements of Spark Health’s products and services: PRP Injections, PRP Facials, Vitamin Injections and Vitamin IV Therapy. Dr. C explained, “Prolotheraphy is a regenerative joint injection. And it’s been done in the professional athletic world for years now, and in the past — probably — 5 years or so it’s really become more mainstream. So, the public has access to it.” Dr. C broke down the

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0 27 February 2016
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0 7 July 2015

There is no doubt green juices are the powerhouses loaded with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.  Most green drinks are missing one important ingredient–healthy fat. Fats help us absorb vitamins.  Vitamins A, K and E are the most abundant in green juices.  These vitamins are fat soluble, which means they need fatty acids to be present in order to be absorbed.  Without fat present, you might be missing out on these amazing vitamins. Below are examples of healthy fatty acids.  Soak a teaspoon or two of chia seeds in your juice or enjoy 12-15 almonds.  Not only will you get the essential vitamins from the juice, but healthy fats, protein and fiber.  If your short on time, just take your daily fish-oil supplement with your juice.  Enjoy your juicing!   EXAMPLES OF HEALTHY FATS: – Nuts (Almonds, Cashews, Pistachios, Walnuts)  Raw nuts are the healthiest. – Hemp hearts – Chia Seeds – Avocado or Avocado oil – Virgin coconut oil (organic)   greenjuice1   Advanced Naturopathic Medicine Inc. DBA Spark Health Naturopathic Medicine.

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0 11 October 2014
  1. Remove shoes before entering the home, and wash work clothes separately Reduces the number of chemicals introduced from occupational sources that are introduced into the home.
  2. Filter home tap or well water Reduces the exposure to numerous known or suspected carcinogen and hormone disrupting chemicals.  Filtered Tap water is preferable to commercially bottled water.
  3. Store water in stainless steel or glass containers Prevents BPA and phalates, found in plastics, from leeching into drinking water.
  4. Microwave food in ceramic or glass containers Prevents BPA and phalates, found in plastics, from leeching into food when the containers are heated.
  5. Choose produce that is grown without pesticides or chemical fertilizers Reduces overall burden of chemicals in the environment and in the diet.
  6. Choose meat, eggs and dairy that is raised without antibiotics, growth hormones or the use of feed lots Reduces overall burden of many chemicals, such as DDT and it’s metabolites, that can be concentrated by intensive agricultural practices.
  7. Avoid exposure to tobacco smoke Avoids one of the most well documented carcinogens.

Reducing Environmental Chemical Burden

  1. Be physically active every day Sweat promotes the release of chemicals that build up in fatty tissues, and mobilizes the body’s stores of

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0 11 August 2014

NON-TOXIC CLEANERS Creamy Soft Scrubber This is a perfect recipe for cleaning the bathtub as it rinses easily and doesn’t leave grit. Pour  ½ cup of baking soda into a bowl, and add enough liquid detergent to make a frosting-like texture. Scoop a dollop onto a sponge and scrub. Note: Add 1 teaspoon of vegetable glycerin to the mixture and store in a sealed glass jar to keep the product moist. Otherwise, just make as much as you need at one time. Window Cleaner The soap in this recipe cuts the wax residue from the commercial brands you might have used in the past. 1/4‐1/2 teaspoon liquid detergent 3 tablespoons vinegar 2 cups water Spray bottle Pour all of the ingredients into a spray bottle, shake and it’s ready to use. Oven Cleaner 1 cup or more baking soda Water A squirt or two of liquid detergent Sprinkle water generously over the bottom of the oven, then cover the area to be cleaned with enough baking soda that the surface is completely white. Spray more water over the soda then let the mixture set overnight. In the morning, wipe up as much of the mixture as you can. Then use liquid detergent or soap on a sponge to wash the remaining residue from the oven. All-Purpose Spray Cleaner 1/2 teaspoon washing soda A dab of liquid soap 2 cups hot tap water Combine the ingredients in a spray bottle and shak

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