Caroline

Caroline Heinemann has a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from Concordia Teachers College in Seward Nebraska. She has coordinated a variety of educational programs in her local community and conducts regional business training events and teleconference training calls. She become personally interested in health when she experienced some personal health issues and found that alternative medicine has been the key to her health. She shares tips on staying healthy. She is a former and teacher and has owned her own health education business for the past 30 years

Modern food industry has created more and more processed, refined, chemically altered, instant products that contain soy but in an extremely altered, unhealthy state.These products contain virtually none of the original benefits of the soybean and many of the detrimental effects common in overly processed, chemically altered foodstuffs. For example soymilk, soy cheese,...

Looking in the Mirror Lately and Noticing Thinner Hair? Have you ever noticed more hair going down the drain than normal. While hair goes through cycles some adults start loosing more than their normal share of hair. A common male supplement called Saw Palmetto is usually used for BPH or Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia. However it has been found that adult acne in both men...

Are You Spending Your Money Wisely on Your Vitamins? Everyone is having to make tough choices about how they spend their money. So, it’s just natural to ask whether you should continue to spend money on food supplements. And if maybe the question should be: What vitamins should I be spending my money on? Spending just pennies a day on health care can reduce our expenditures...

I am a current patient of Dr. Richard Brouse who founded Sunnyside Health Clinic. Dr. Brouse is a clinical Nutritionist, Biochemist and Physician Chiropractor. In his past newsletter he has written some helpful suggestions for parents in building their children’s immune system. However, you will find some tips for adults as well. Immune Challenge Time for Children by...

Autumn is here and most children have been back to school for the better part of a month now—signaling the unofficial start of a new season, in more ways than one. I am not talking about just colder weather but also the resurgence of colds and the flu, too Children contract an average of three to eight colds per year—and they’re two to three times more likely to...

October is “Breast Cancer Awareness” month. Recent scientific studies have observed that by raising our Vitamin D3 we can make a 67% dent in breast cancer. Higher serum levels of the main circulating form of vitamin D, 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D), are associated with substantially lower incidence rates of colon, breast, ovarian, renal, pancreatic, aggressive...

When my first grandchild  was on his way,  my daughter and I got very involved in making sure that the new mother to be was getting all the right nutrients. My daughter had gotten brain washed about good nutrition since I became a health nut around age 25.That journey is another story for another time. One nutrient that we knew was important for pregnancy  along with...

Friendly bacteria or probiotics have gotten a lot of press lately. Activia commercials with well know star Jamie Lee Curtis have touted the importance of gastrointestinal function with “friendly bacteria.” Probiotics l documented in improving gastrointestinal functions however a new study from the University of Milan showed that probiotics also play a key role...

Many years ago there was the belief that science with new medicines and costly diagnostic procedures could eradicate disease. However, as the years have progressed more and more people realized that orthodox medicine did not have all the answers and things as simple as nutrition have been ignored by traditional medicine. Orthodox medicine ignores natural healing for the...