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Maybe You're Just Sensitive - Why you should have an IgG test

Do you have those days, more often than not, that you just don't feel 100% great?  Always feeling a little "off" and can't figure out why and your doctor says you are fine, levels are normal and no allergies? Well maybe you have not taken the right test. Here at Nova Health we do testing for Food Sensitivity as opposed to the food allergy testing that your family doctor does. This test will show which food in your diet is the culprit to your less than great days. You deserve to feel great, every day! Read on for more information regarding this type of testing. 


Fertility: Not only the Birds and the Bees

 The Birds and the Bees sometimes aren’t enough to cut it. In North America one in five to six couples are infertile. Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after having regular unprotected intercourse for a full year. If you have been having difficulties conceiving, natural therapies can help.

The first step is to figure out where the problem lies. Tests to determine the cause of infertility are imperative before treatment begins.


Chelation Therapy

Many doctors will state that chelation therapy doesn't work, that there is no proof of its value or that it is dangerous. Hopefully the following information and the reference materials provided will allow you to learn more about it, and empower you to make health decisions based upon facts, not rhetoric. Some doctors dismiss that with which they are not familiar, educated in or have personal experience with, regardless of evidence contradicting their opinions. Patients should ask their doctors as to their personal familiarity with chelation and whether or not they have personally read any studies on it in order to balance their opinions with others. Having such an open discussion may clarify the extent of your doctor’s knowledge about chelation and better allow you to make an informed decision that is right for you.

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