Dr. Joe is the founder and CEO of Alignlife,  a doctor of chiropractic and naturopathy, and a nutritionist.  He is committed to teaching natural health and bringing light to the corruption that continues to plague the medical systems of the Western world. His focus is on the total wellness of the individual and providing comprehensive natural healthcare in a cost and time efficient manner. He is the formulator of a supplement line based on his flagship product, Ultimate Body Cleanse, which is designed to reduce toxins, balance blood sugar, assist in weight loss, eliminate inflammation, and help kick start a new wellness lifestyle.

Walking Reduces Risk of Disease

Walking is good for your brain, your heart, your bones and your lungs. It helps alleviate symptoms of depression, reduces the risk of breast and colon cancer and can even prevent type 2 diabetes. Walking for 30 minutes three times a week will improve your cardio-respiratory fitness and short walks of brisk walking – just 10…

Cut Cancer Risk with Flavonoids!

Strawberries, apples, onions, beans, Brussels sprouts along with green and black teas are chock-full of flavonoids – water-soluble plant pigments with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Such were the findings of a study conducted by a UCLA team of the dietary habits of smokers with or without lung cancer, published in the June issue of Cancer.…

Social Factors Affecting Ability To Quit Smoking

Relationships have much to do with decisions to quit smoking, the study found. Ranked highest was the spouse, stating that “the other spouse’s chances of continuing smoking decreases by 67 percent.” If your friend quits, your chances of continuing decrease by 36 percent. Just under that percentage ranks co-workers and siblings. Researchers are finding that…

Cardiovascular Exercise and Improved Health

A recent study by a university in the Netherlands concluded that in addition to cardiovascular improvement and healthier aging of the body, aerobic exercise increases cognitive fitness in older people. Healthy people above age 50 are discovering that by getting off the couch and doing something physical (walking, biking, using cardio machines at the health…

Coffee Increases the Risk of Diabetes

  Blood sugar levels jumped 250 percent higher after male volunteers consumed caffeine an hour prior to eating low-sugar cereals, interfering with the body’s response to insulin, said an article reported by United Press International. This jump in blood sugar was found to make the body “’resistant to insulin which in turn makes our blood-sugar levels…

Excess Sugars in Baby Formula

Take the case of Similac Organic baby formula.  Similac Organic is far sweeter than other formulas, because it is the only major brand of organic formula that is sweetened with cane sugar.  Cane sugar, or sucrose, is significantly sweeter than sugars used in other formulas. Similac Organic is so sweet, in fact, it may have…

Toxic Medication in Your Drinking Water

Howt taste better or perhaps addiing some DEET (misquito repellant)? Researchers from the Environmental Protection Agency have recenlty found numerous toxins in our water supply when samples were taken across the country. New reports have talked about pharmaceutical drugs in the water but the list of contaminants is considerably larger and more dangerous. Tap water…

Powerful Health Benefits of Tea

The health buzz word associated with green tea is ‘antioxidants.’  Its leaves, loaded with flavonoids  and other polyphenols, act as antioxidants to lower the risk of some diseases.  “While numerous studies have found possible benefits, the actual benefits of drinking tea are not certain,” said the report. But there’s the catch. What else are you consuming? …

Drugs in Water Supply

This grave situation cannot receive enough scrutiny.  And just what is the most recent problem?  Drugs in our water supply systems! You may be wondering how they got there.  From urine and from unused drugs that are dumped in toilets and down kitchen and bathroom sinks. Only a few water filtration companies have begun to…

Diabetes Risk Increased with High Fat Diet

Northwestern University researchers, however, recently discovered an additional drawback.  High-fat diets can quickly cause changes to the body’s internal clock.  This can have a negative impact on appetite regulation, leading to an increased risk of obesity and diabetes. The study comprised two separate groups of mice that were kept in total darkness.  Both groups ate normally…