An interesting paradigm: How can a woman have soft bones and kidney stones at the same time? The bones are the biggest depository for calcium in the body. Women with osteoporosis can lose calcium from their bones and have it be deposited in her kidneys. From there it is flushed out as hard, jagged crystals that are excruciatingly painful to pass. Bones are actually made from 17 essential nutrients including magnesium which is the most important mineral along with calcium.
The first published evaluation of electrodermal activity (EDA) involving a galvanometer made by Zyto was published in the journal Missouri Medicine (114:238-244, 2017). Galvanometers pass a weak current between electrodes pressed to the skin and measure the resistance between them. The traditional theory of EDA proposes that skin resistance varies with the state of sweat glands located in the skin. Sweating is controlled by
Cravings for food and overeating can simply be the body’s cry for missing nutrients. Processed food lacks the nutrients our bodies need. So, we can eat past the point of fullness in a desperate effort to obtain those nutrients. Empty calories pack on the pounds but deliver no sense of satisfaction. Minerals are important for our bodies to function optimally. Magnesium allows insulin to usher glucose into cells from the blood where it can be used to make energy within the cell.
The Coronavirus has been in the news. As of January 2020, nearly 10,000 cases and over 200 deaths have occurred. It is thought to have originated in bats in the Wuhan area of China but has mutated enough to affect humans. Over 5,000 different viruses are known to exist but many more are discovered every month so this number is only the tip of the iceberg. There are cold viruses, Herpes, influenza or flu viruses, Hepatitis B, HIV viruses, and many others. There are no vaccines for most viruses.