Hypoglycemia And Anxiety

If ever there was a recipe for anxious, unstable moods, the American Junk food diet is it! Do we seriously believe we can scavenge enough from fast food, and foods in boxes and cans to function optimally?

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Food and Chemical Allergies linked to Depression

The idea that idea that something you consume may have different effects on how your brain functions is not a new idea. However, thinking that a seemingly harmless everyday food you grew up eating could produce negative effects on brain function is.

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Why You Should Just Say “No” to Caffeine?

Do you cherish a pot of coffee? Do you punctuate your day with a soda, which combines a sugar blast with a caffeine fix? You are not alone, and you may have discovered that caffeine shoots your blood sugar up like a rocket, giving you a temporary blast of energy.

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Orthomolecular Medicine, Too Logical to Fade, Too Unprofitable to Promote

If you’ve been scouring the internet in search of a real solution to alcoholism and/or other chemical addictions, you may be intrigued with the concept of “orthomolecular medicine” … intrigued, yet suspicious of its reserved voice among other psycho/spiritual treatment concepts.

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Am I Addicted To Carbs?

Is there such a thing as an addiction to carbohydrates? Those that disbelieve in a carb addiction are the same crowd who pack one hundred and fifty to two hundred pounds of refined sugars into their diet yearly.

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A Closing Excerpt From HRC’s Mega-Nutrient Lecture

After hundreds of millions of years, the human brain has developed to a point where we can start to make sense out of our own cognitions. Our thoughts, our feelings, our memories, indeed, our very personalities are shaped by the balance of physical substances that comprise our biochemistry.

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An Opening Excerpt From HRC’s Mega-Nutrient Lecture

Labeling someone an addict, alcoholic, or “emotionally impaired” and talking about their behavior is useless; prescribing new drugs to change a behavior only creates new, often more severe, problems over time.

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Am I Depressed? What Does Depression Look Like?

14.8 million American adults ( roughly 6.7 percent of the population) have been diagnosed with Persistent Depressive Disorder also known as PDD.* It is far from uncommon and can disrupt day to day life for those who have it. The good news is that it is something that is treatable.

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Relationships During Addiction Recovery

Relationships are complex and no two cases are ever identical. The people we have in our lives and the relationships we form will change as we grow and heal during the recovery process. This is especially true for relationships during addiction recovery.

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The Link Between Hypothyroidism And Depression

The stress showed on Mary's face as she described how weary and depressed she felt. Her husband and children demanded too much of her, and she drank to escape the pressures and responsibilities.

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

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- 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.


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