Homocysteine levels may be linked to COVID-19 outcomes.

September 22nd, 2020

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Homocysteine is an amino acid made in our bodies after eating meat, fish, and dairy products. Vitamins B6, B12, and folic acid are needed to create homocysteine. High levels of this amino acid have been connected to atherosclerosis, blood clots, strokes, and Alzheimer's disease. New research suggests that there may be a correlation between homocysteine levels and COVID-19 disease progression. Patients with increased lung complications from the virus had elevated levels of homocysteine, which was found to be predictive of lung imaging projection above 10.58 upsilon mol/L My esteemed friends and colleagues, Dr. Richard and Greg Kunin have long had a natural formula to lower homocysteine levels; aiding in the prevention of oxidative stress as well as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and fatty liver. Take a look at their OlaLoa drinkable supplements here. Read Dr. Kunin's article on this important key…

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Vitamins Boost Immunity. what you need to know

May 28th, 2020

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WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE UP DRINKING your vitamins. Join me in a discussion with Greg Kunin, the VP of the National Health Federation and the founding owner of Ola Loa Products as we discuss vitamins.... who needs what, and why vitamin recommendations should be individualized for each person, based on their genetics. He'll discuss unique considerations including methylation, and MTHFR as it relates to vitamins and what research says about optimizing bioavailability. 

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Donate a Dollar to #DefeatDizziness

September 18th, 2018

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Join me in this challenge to help #DefeatDizziness and raise awareness for vestibular disorders!  Vestibular disorders affect 1 in 3 people, but the symptoms are misunderstood and misdiagnosed. Please join this challenge to help us raise awareness and get patients access to better diagnosis and treatments. Here’s how it works: ➡️ Copy/paste these instructions in your post Donate a dollar to #DefeatDizziness 1) Donate here: https://bit.ly/2NkJImX 2) Post a video on your social media of you spinning 10 times 3) Tag 3 friends and challenge them to do the same   Together, we can raise awareness so those suffering from Vestibular Disorders can get the specialized treatments they need to change their reality! Read more...

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Join Me for Balance Awareness Week

September 12th, 2018

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Have you heard? I’m teaming up with the Vestibular Disorders Association (VeDA) for their annual Balance Awareness Week fundraiser! This year, I’m offering you the amazing opportunity to get involved and get the chance to win some incredible prizes! I’ve dedicated my life’s work to helping people with vestibular dysfunctions and vertigo (a sensation of constant spinning or moving) find relief through my clinical practice and by volunteering at the VeDA nonprofit organization. Most of my patients can improve their symptoms and be treated with just a few therapy sessions. My goal and passion is to bring awareness and resources about vestibular disorders to the world so patients with vestibular disorders can be properly diagnosed and effectively treated and begin their journey back to balance.   Here’s how it works: Click here to give a donation to the VeDA foundation.…

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Balance Awareness Week Fundraiser

September 11th, 2018

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  This year for the Vestibular Disorders Association (VEDA) annual fundraiser, I'm hosting an awareness campaign that anyone can participate in by donating and spreading the word so together we can #DefeatDizziness Vestibular disorders affect 1 in 3 Americans, but because symptoms like dizziness, disorientation, and cognitive decline are “invisible,” they're often misdiagnosed or not taken seriously. As a result, patients are left helpless and many suffer from depression, anxiety, and social isolation while being forced to continue living with these debilitating ailments. With your help, we can create a world where Vestibular Disorders are widely understood, properly diagnosed, and effectively treated. Please consider donating - every dollar makes a difference! CLICK HERE TO DONATE   VeDA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization so your donations are tax-deductible.

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