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Candida Albicans: Alcohol's Silent Partner

Candida Albicans is a microscopic plant about the size of a red blood cell. It is a cousin to the molds that live in damp basements and is also related to the fungus that causes jock itch and athlete's foot.

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Biochemical Sensitivities That Block Recovery

If you have been faithfully following the biochemical repair program outlined in Seven Weeks to Sobriety and still do not feel as well as you suspect you should, you may be wondering whether a biochemical restoration program is right for you.

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Glucose Patterns

The normal range of fasting blood sugar values (measuring only glucose and not saccharoids) is eighty to one hundred mg/dl. Most fasting blood sugars are within the normal range, so a simple fasting test is useless.

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No More Hypoglycemic Symptoms

Life is always a tradeoff: giving up what you like for something you want even more. Ridding yourself of roller coaster emotions is accomplished by trading in the refined sugars and caffeine in your diet. This sacrifice will pay enormous dividends in mental stability and increased energy.

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The Best-Kept Secret

Craig had every reason to be depressed. He was drinking a quart of scotch a day, often without eating anything. Both of his parents were alcoholic, and his father also suffered from severe depression, Craig was pale and thin

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Psychological Syndromes are often the result of Hypoglycemia

Mental health professionals often fail to recognize hypoglycemic symptoms. They attempt to explain them as psychological phenomenons. If you have puzzled over noticeable changes in your moods, thoughts and feelings don't be so quick to accept them as psychological disorders.

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How to Treat Hypoglycemia

There is no magic pill that cures hypoglycemia. The quickest and most effective treatment is by dietary changes. In the seventies when I began working with this population, there were two distinct camps of thinking about diet.

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An Alcoholic’s Beacon to Lasting Wellness

Working as a treatment counselor in the field of toximolecular addictions (alcohol and drugs) I recognize the dilemma people face when selecting a program to recover from the progressive deterioration of an addiction, or to put it another way, when your life falling apart, who ya gonna call?

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Who Ya Gonna Call?

Working as a treatment counselor in the field of toximolecular addictions (alcohol and drugs) I recognize the dilemma people face when selecting a program to recover from the progressive deterioration of an addiction, or to put it another way, when your life falling apart, who ya gonna call?

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Evaluations from Health Recovery Center graduates

“My anxiety and depression were so miserable and now are so manageable with the diet and tools. What huge improvement. I never imagined life as being as manageable as it is today. O rate it (Health Recovery’s program) 110% in value. It exceeded my expectations and then some.” —Sydney.

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One thousand, Two Hundred and Ninety-Three days I have been sober thanks to HRC.

Best Regards,

- M.H.

I came into this program sick, broken, and much stressed! Hopeless!! I feel very confident in my future knowing I have the tools to live healthy physically and emotionally.

T.

Thank you for your kindness, wisdom, and guidance for J. Especially for the extra effort, it appears to be working as he is sleeping better. He even said he had clarity this morning.

- G