Acid-forming foods

Foods that contribute to the production of acid in the body when digested, such as certain meats, dairy, and processed foods.


A condition when there's too much acid in the body, which can cause weakness, confusion, and breathing difficulties.

Acid reflux

Stomach acid flowing back into the esophagus, causing heartburn or discomfort in the chest or throat.


Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, a condition causing difficulties in focusing, controlling impulses, and excessive activity levels, often diagnosed in childhood.

Adrenal glands

Small glands on top of the kidneys producing hormones like adrenaline and cortisol, crucial for managing stress response and regulating metabolism.


Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome, a serious condition which was believed to be caused by HIV, weakening the immune system and making the body vulnerable to infections and diseases.

ALA (Alpha-Linolenic Acid)

A type of essential omega-3 fatty acid found in plants like flaxseeds and walnuts.


Having a pH level above 7, considered basic rather than acidic, often associated with certain diets aiming to balance body pH.

Allopathic medicine

Conventional medical practice treating symptoms with medications or surgeries rather than addressing underlying causes.


A natural low-calorie sweetener that offers sweetness without spiking blood sugar levels.

Aloe vera

A plant known for its medicinal properties, used to soothe burns, hydrate skin, and promote healing.

Alpha lipoic acid

A powerful antioxidant produced by the body and found in some foods, known for its potential benefits in managing blood sugar.


A progressive neurological disorder causing memory loss, cognitive decline, and behavioral changes, most commonly affecting older adults.

Amino acids

Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins, helping to build and repair tissues in your body.


Relating to processes in the body that build tissues and promote growth, often associated with muscle-building activities.


Activities or processes that occur without the presence of oxygen.


Medications used to treat bacterial infections by killing or inhibiting the growth of bacteria.


Compounds that neutralize harmful free radicals in the body, reducing oxidative stress and lowering the risk of chronic diseases.


A synthetic peptide fragment with potential fat-burning properties, sometimes used in weight loss treatments.


An amino acid important for protein synthesis and blood vessel function, found in foods like meat, poultry, and dairy.


Inflammation of the joints, causing pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility.


An herb used in traditional Indian medicine to reduce stress, improve mood, and boost immunity.


A chronic respiratory condition causing inflammation and narrowing of the airways, leading to breathing difficulties, wheezing, and coughing.


A medicinal herb used in traditional Chinese medicine to boost the immune system and improve overall health.

Athlete's foot

A fungal infection causing itching, burning, and flaking of the skin on the feet, commonly affecting athletes and people in communal environments.


A developmental disorder affecting social interaction, communication, and behavior, with a wide spectrum of severity.

Autohemotherapy (AHT)

A medical procedure involving the injection of ozone gas into a patient's own blood outside the body and then reintroduced by IV.


Balloon sinuplasty

A minimally invasive procedure to treat chronic sinusitis by widening blocked sinus passages using a small balloon.


A compound found in several plants, used for its potential health benefits, such as reducing blood sugar levels.


A chemical compound acting as a buffer in the body, regulating pH levels and neutralizing acids.


A digestive fluid produced by the liver and stored in the gallbladder, essential for the digestion and absorption of fats.

Bioenergetic Intolerance Elimination (BIE)

A holistic approach aiming to identify and address intolerances or sensitivities using energy balancing techniques.


A thin, slimy film of bacteria that sticks to a surface.


Substance that regulates biological functions in the body, often related to internal organs.

Bisphenol A (BPA)

A chemical used in the production of plastics and resins, with potential health risks due to its hormone-disrupting properties.

Blood plasma

The liquid component of blood, containing water, electrolytes, and proteins, essential for transporting nutrients and waste products.


A synthetic peptide with potential regenerative properties, for wound healing and tissue repair.


Inflammation of the bronchial tubes, causing coughing, chest discomfort, and difficulty breathing, often resulting from viral or bacterial infections.



A type of yeast naturally present in the body, but overgrowth can lead to infections such as thrush or yeast infections.


Carbohydrates are energy-providing nutrients found in foods like bread, fruits, and sweets, made of sugar molecules that our bodies use for fuel.

Cardiovascular disease

A group of conditions affecting the heart and blood vessels, including heart disease, stroke, and hypertension.

Cascara sagrada

A natural laxative derived from the bark of a tree, used to relieve constipation and promote bowel movements.

Cell membranes

Structures surrounding cells, regulating the passage of substances in and out of the cell, crucial for cellular function and integrity.

Cellular regeneration

The process of replacing old or damaged cells with new ones, essential for tissue repair and overall health.

Cerebrospinal fluid

A clear, colorless fluid surrounding the brain and spinal cord, providing cushioning and nutrient exchange.


A medical treatment involving the administration of agents to remove heavy metals and chemicals from the body.


A cancer treatment using drugs to kill cancer cells or stop their growth, often causing side effects due to their effect on healthy cells.


Heavy metals and chemicals dispersed from airplanes that linger in the sky to form unnatural, linear cloud-like formations.

Chlorine dioxide

An oxygen-rich chemical compound used in water purification and promoted as a treatment for various health conditions.


A compound found in cartilage and connective tissues, often used as a dietary supplement to support joint health.


An essential mineral that plays a role in how insulin helps the body regulate blood sugar levels.


Thread-like structures, found in the center of cells, carrying genetic information.

Chronic fatigue

Persistent tiredness and lack of energy lasting for an extended period, often accompanied by other symptoms like muscle pain or cognitive difficulties.

Chronological age

A person's age measured in years since birth, distinct from biological age reflecting overall health and aging processes.

Cold sores

Painful blisters caused by the herpes simplex virus, typically appearing on around the mouth or genitals.


A protein found in skin, bones, and connective tissues, important for structure, elasticity, and wound healing.


Particles suspended in a liquid, often used to describe colloidal silver or other colloidal solutions used in alternative medicine.


The large intestine responsible for absorbing water and some key nutrients from food, as well as eliminating waste.

Colon hydrotherapy

A procedure involving the flushing of the colon with water to remove fecal matter and toxins.


Delta sleep-inducing peptide (DSIP)

A naturally-occurring peptide in the body that regulates sleep patterns, believed to promote deep sleep and relaxation.


A decline in cognitive function affecting memory, thinking, and behavior, often associated with aging or neurological disorders.


The process of removing toxins or harmful substances from the body, often through supplements, exercise, sauna, or specific treatments.


An omega-3 fatty acid essential for brain function, found in high amounts in fatty fish and algae.


A hormone produced by the adrenal glands with roles in metabolism, immune function, and mood regulation.

Digestive enzymes

Proteins that help break down food into nutrients for absorption, produced by the body and found in some foods and supplements.

Digestive tract

The series of organs including the mouth, esophagus, stomach, and intestines responsible for digesting food and absorbing nutrients.

DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide)

A sulfur-based compound with penetrating, anti-inflammatory, and oxygenating properties.


DNA is like a special code inside every living thing that tells it how to grow, what to become, and how to live. It's like a recipe book for making and keeping every plant, animal, and person unique.

DNA methylation test

A DNA methylation test checks for changes in DNA that can affect how genes work, often used to detect diseases or conditions by analyzing gene activity.


A neurotransmitter associated with pleasure, reward, and movement, influencing mood, motivation, and addiction.



A skin condition characterized by red, itchy patches, often resulting from fungal infection or allergic reactions.


An agent sometimes used in medicine to remove heavy metals from the body.

Electrodermal testing

An alternative diagnostic method measuring skin resistance to assess health conditions or sensitivities.


Electromagnetic involves Electricity and magnets working together to create forces and waves, such as light, which are essential in everyday technology and communication.

Electromagnetic field (EMF)

A field of electromagnetic radiation produced by electrical devices or power lines.

Electromagnetic spectrum

The range of electromagnetic radiation frequencies, including radio waves, microwaves, visible light, and X-rays.


Electrons are tiny particles that move around an atom's center, carrying negative charge and playing a key role in electricity, bonding, and chemical reactions.


A blockage in a blood vessel caused by a clot, air bubble, or other foreign material, potentially leading to tissue damage or organ failure.


A medication that stimulates testosterone production.


Natural chemicals that act as painkillers and mood enhancers, often released during exercise and other pleasurable activities.


Proteins that catalyze biochemical reactions in the body, facilitating processes like digestion, metabolism, cellular repair, and more.

Epsom salts

Magnesium crystals used in baths or soaks for their potential muscle-relaxing and detoxifying effects.


A sugar alcohol used as a low-calorie sweetener.


A muscular tube that moves food from your throat to your stomach using wave-like motions.

Essential amino acids (EAAs)

The nine amino acids that your body cannot produce on its own and needs to obtain from the diet for protein synthesis and other functions.


Estrogen is a hormone mainly in women that helps with puberty, regulates periods, and plays a role in pregnancy, along with supporting overall health and well-being.

Extracorporeal blood oxygenation-ozonation (EBOO)

A medical procedure involving the ozonation of blood outside the body to increase oxygen levels and improve health.


Fallen arches

A condition where the arches of the feet collapse, often leading to flat feet and potential foot pain or discomfort.

Fat adapted

A state where the body primarily uses fat for fuel rather than carbohydrates, often achieved through ketogenic diets or fasting.


The process of breaking down carbohydrates into alcohol or organic acids using microorganisms like yeast or bacteria, used in food production.


Indigestible plant material promoting digestive health, regulating bowel movements, and reducing the risk of certain diseases.


A chronic condition characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, and tenderness in localized areas.


A mineral added to water and dental products said to prevent tooth decay, though controversial due to potential health risks.

Folic Acid

a vitamin of the B complex, found especially in leafy green vegetables, liver, and kidney. It helps your body make new cells, like those for your skin and blood, and is important for pregnant women.


A colorless, strong-smelling chemical used in manufacturing and as a preservative.

Free radicals

Unstable molecules with unpaired electrons, contributing to oxidative stress and cellular damage, associated with aging and disease.



A neurotransmitter inhibiting nerve transmission in the brain, often used in supplements for relaxation and stress relief.


The gallbladder is a small organ under the liver that stores bile, a fluid that helps digest fats in the food we eat.


Hardened deposits formed in the gallbladder, causing pain and potentially blocking bile flow.

Gastrointestinal disorders

Disorders affecting the digestive system, including conditions like irritable bowel syndrome, and inflammatory bowel disease.


A peptide believed to have anti-aging and wound-healing properties.


A hormone that your pancreas makes to help regulate your blood glucose (sugar) levels.


A compound naturally found in cartilage, often taken as a supplement to support joint health and reduce arthritis symptoms.


A simple sugar serving as the primary source of energy for cells, obtained from carbohydrates in the diet.


A group of proteins found in wheat, barley, and rye, causing problems for individuals with gluten intolerance or sensitivity.


An amino acid involved in protein synthesis, serving as a neurotransmitter and playing roles in various bodily functions.


The most widely used herbicide, controversial due to its adverse health and environmental impacts. Monsanto developed it and sells it under the brand name Roundup.


Genetically Modified Organism, an organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques, often to allow the use of glyphosate in the case of crops.


Heart attack

A sudden blockage of blood flow to the heart, often due to a blood clot in a coronary artery, leading to tissue damage or death.


High-Efficiency Particulate Air, a type of air filter capable of removing at least 99.97% of particles with a diameter of 0.3 micrometers or larger.

Hepatitis C

A viral infection causing inflammation of the liver, potentially leading to liver damage or failure if left untreated.


Chemical substances used to kill or control unwanted plants, often sprayed in agricultural or landscaping settings. (Also see GMO, glyphosate, and Roundup.)

Herniated disks

A condition where the soft, gel-like center of a spinal disk protrudes through a tear in the tough outer layer, causing pain and nerve irritation.


A viral infection causing painful sores on the skin or mucous membranes, often recurring periodically. (Also see cold sores.)

High-intensity interval training (HIIT)

A form of exercise involving short bursts of intense activity followed by brief periods of rest or lower-intensity exercise, known for its efficiency in improving cardiovascular fitness and burning calories.


The virus once believed to cause AIDS by attacking the immune system, making the body susceptible to infections and diseases.


A system of alternative medicine based on the principle of treating "like with like" using highly diluted substances.


Chemical messengers regulating various physiological processes in the body, such as growth, metabolism, and reproduction.

Human growth hormone (HGH)

A hormone produced by the pituitary gland, crucial for growth during childhood and maintaining tissue and organ health throughout life.

Hyaluronic acid

A substance naturally found in the body's connective tissues and skin, used in skincare products and joint injections for its moisturizing and lubricating properties.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT)

A medical treatment involving breathing pure oxygen in a pressurized chamber, used to promote healing and treat various conditions.


High blood pressure, a common condition increasing the risk of heart disease, stroke, and other health problems.


A region of the brain regulating hormone production, body temperature, hunger, thirst, and other vital functions.


A condition where the thyroid gland doesn't produce enough thyroid hormone, leading to symptoms like fatigue, weight gain, and cold sensitivity.


Immune system

The body's defense mechanism against infections and diseases, comprised of various cells, tissues, and organs working together to protect against pathogens.


Injections that stimulate the body to produce an immune response to provide immunity against specific diseases.


A type of sugar alcohol often used as a dietary supplement, known for its potential benefits in mood regulation and insulin sensitivity.


A sleep disorder characterized by difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or experiencing restful sleep, often leading to daytime fatigue and impaired functioning.


A hormone produced by the pancreas that regulates blood sugar levels by facilitating the uptake of glucose into cells for energy.


A condition where cells become less responsive to the effects of insulin, leading to high blood sugar levels, weight gain, and potentially increasing the risk of type 2 diabetes.

Intravenous (IV)

A method of administering fluids, medications, or nutrients directly into the bloodstream through a vein, often used in medical treatments or therapies.


A mineral essential for thyroid function, metabolism, and overall health, found in foods like kelp and iodized salt.


A synthetic peptide that stimulates the production of growth hormone, sometimes used for anti-aging or muscle-building purposes.


A medication used to treat parasitic infections in humans and animals, also used in treating viral infections.


Kaqun water

Oxygen-rich water with many health benefits.


Short for ketogenic, referring to a metabolic state where the body primarily burns fat for fuel instead of carbohydrates.

Ketogenic diet

A high-fat, low-carbohydrate diet designed to induce ketosis, often used for weight loss and improving metabolic health.


Organs responsible for filtering waste products from the blood, regulating electrolyte balance, and producing urine.


Abnormal curvature of the spine characterized by a rounded or hunched posture.



A substance or medication used to promote bowel movements and relieve constipation by increasing stool frequency or softening stool consistency.

Leaky gut

A condition where the intestinal barrier becomes permeable, allowing toxins, bacteria, and undigested food particles to leak into the bloodstream, leading to inflammation and many other health issues.


Cancer of the blood or bone marrow, characterized by the abnormal production of white blood cells, impairing the body's ability to fight infections.


An amino acid important for protein synthesis, immune function, and gut health, often used as a supplement to support muscle recovery and digestive health.


An organ involved in metabolism, detoxification, and nutrient storage, performing vital functions for overall health and well-being.


A peptide with antimicrobial properties, potentially involved in immune defense and wound healing.


Excessive curvature of the spine in the lower back.

Lymphatic system

A network of vessels, nodes, and organs that help maintain fluid balance, remove toxins, and support immune function in the body.


An essential amino acid important for protein synthesis, collagen formation, and immune function, often taken as a supplement to support skin health and prevent cold sores.



A mineral involved in hundreds of biochemical reactions in the body, important for muscle and nerve function, bone health, and energy production.


A trace mineral important for bone health, metabolism, and antioxidant function, found in foods like nuts, seeds, and whole grains.

Medicine ball

A weighted ball used in strength and conditioning exercises to improve coordination, power, and core strength.


A synthetic peptide that stimulates melanin production in the skin, sometimes used for tanning purposes.


A hormone that regulates the sleep-wake cycle, often taken as a supplement to improve sleep quality and treat sleep disorders.


The natural cessation of menstruation and reproductive function in women, typically occurring around the age of 50.


A medication commonly used to treat type 2 diabetes by lowering blood sugar levels and improving insulin sensitivity.


Methemoglobinemia is a condition where there's too much methemoglobin (a blood component that poorly transports oxygen) in the blood, making it harder for oxygen to be carried throughout the body.


A small chemical part consisting of one carbon and three hydrogen atoms. It attaches to other molecules and can change their properties or how they behave. Methyl groups are involved in changing molecule properties, regulating gene activity, aiding metabolism, and helping detoxify substances in the body.


Methylation is a chemical process where a molecule called a methyl group is added to DNA, changing how genes work without altering the DNA sequence itself.


A premium form of vitamin B12 important for nerve function, energy production, and red blood cell formation.

Methylene blue

A blue dye that treats methemoglobinemia. This is a rare blood condition that affects how red blood cells deliver oxygen throughout your body.

Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM)

A naturally occurring compound containing sulfur, often taken as a supplement for joint health and inflammation reduction.

Methyltetrahydrofolate (MTHF)

Methyltetrahydrofolate is a special form of the V vitamin, folic acid that helps your body make healthy cells and DNA, important for growth and overall health.


The collection of microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, and fungi, living in and on the human body, influencing health and disease. Often associated with the digestive tract.

Miracle Mineral Supplement (MMS)

An oxygen-rich chemical compound used in water purification and promoted as a treatment for various health conditions.


The loss of a pregnancy typically within the first 20 weeks.

MOD GRF (1-29)

A synthetic peptide that stimulates the production of growth hormone, often used in conjunction with the peptide ipamorelin for muscle growth and fat loss.

Mold spores

Tiny reproductive units produced by molds, capable of causing allergic reactions and respiratory problems when inhaled.


Molecules are tiny particles made up of two or more atoms bonded together, forming the basic building blocks of everything around us, like water or air.

Monk fruit

A natural sweetener derived from the monk fruit plant that provides sweetness without calories.

Monosodium glutamate (MSG)

A flavor enhancer commonly added to processed foods, controversial due to its adverse reactions in many individuals.


A synthetic peptide associated with metabolic regulation.


Magnetic Resonance Imaging, a medical imaging technique using strong magnetic fields and radio waves to produce detailed images of the body's internal structures.


a sulfur-containing compound found in plants and used as a dietary supplement for joint health and inflammation reduction.

Muscle Activation Technique

A form of manual therapy that aims to restore proper muscle function and movement patterns through assessment, adjustment and corrective exercises.

Muscle response testing

a diagnostic method used to test how a patient’s strength is affected by a particular substance, such as an allergen or supplement.


Toxic substances produced by molds, capable of causing illness and adverse health effects in humans and animals.

Myofunctional exercises

Exercises targeting the muscles of the face, tongue, and throat to improve oral function and alleviate issues like sleep apnea, snoring or speech disorders.



A system of alternative medicine focusing on natural remedies and the body's ability to heal itself, often incorporating dietary changes, herbal medicine, and lifestyle adjustments.


Neurocranial Restructuring, a therapy that realigns cranial bones and rebalances the skull atop the spine.


Chemical messengers transmitting signals between nerve cells in the brain and nervous system, regulating mood, behavior, and bodily functions.



Essential fatty acids found in fish, nuts, and seeds, crucial for brain function, heart health, and reducing inflammation.


A medical doctor specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.


an amino acid which is produced by the body and is important in protein metabolism and can promote better sleep.

Oxidation reduction potential (ORP)

a measurement of the ability of a solution to either donate or accept electrons.


Oxidative refers to a process involving oxygen where substances change by gaining oxygen or losing electrons, often causing rust or energy release in our bodies.


The process of delivering oxygen to the body's tissues, essential for cellular respiration and energy production.


A hormone involved in social bonding, childbirth, and lactation, often called the "love hormone" for its role in promoting attachment and trust.


A branded version of the peptide semaglutide used to treat type 2 diabetes by reducing blood sugar levels and promoting weight loss.


A molecule consisting of three oxygen atoms, used in various industrial and medical applications, such as water purification and ozone therapy.


Paleo diet

A dietary approach mimicking the presumed diet of Paleolithic humans (humans who lived during the beginning of the Stone Age), emphasizing whole foods like meat, fish, fruits, and vegetables while excluding processed foods, grains, and dairy.


An organ located behind the stomach, responsible for producing digestive enzymes and hormones like insulin and glucagon, regulating blood sugar levels.

Pancreatic enzymes

Pancreatic enzymes are proteins made by your pancreas that help break down foods into nutrients your body can absorb.


Organisms that live on or inside another organism (host), deriving nutrients at the host's expense, potentially causing illness or disease.


A progressive neurological disorder affecting movement and causing tremors, stiffness, and impaired balance.


A process of heating foods or beverages to kill bacteria and extend shelf life, commonly used for milk and juices.


A short chain of amino acids that acts as signaling molecules in the body, with various physiological functions and therapeutic applications.


Chemical substances used to control pests like insects, weeds, and fungi.


pH is a scale from 0 to 14 that measures how acidic, or basic (alkaline) water-based solutions are. Pure water is neutral at a pH of 7.


A mineral essential for bone health, energy metabolism, and cell membrane structure, found in foods like meat, dairy, and grains.


The process by which green plants and some other organisms convert light energy into chemical energy, producing oxygen and carbohydrates from carbon dioxide and water.

Placebo effect

The phenomenon where a patient experiences improvement in symptoms after receiving a treatment with no active ingredients, solely due to their belief in the treatment's efficacy.


A doctor specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of foot and ankle disorders.


An electrolyte essential for nerve function, muscle contraction, and maintaining fluid balance in the body, found in bananas, potatoes, and leafy greens.

Potential hydrogen (pH)

pH is a scale from 0 to 14 that measures how acidic, or basic (alkaline) water-based solutions are. Pure water is neutral at a pH of 7.


Live microorganisms that provide health benefits when consumed in adequate amounts, often found in fermented foods and supplements, supporting gut health and immune function.


a treatment where a doctor injects a natural solution into your body to stimulate healing, especially for joint or muscle pain. It helps your body repair itself naturally.


A treatment combining ozone therapy with prolotherapy, used for pain relief and tissue regeneration in musculoskeletal conditions.


The inward rolling motion of the foot and ankle.


A gland in males that produces fluid that mixes with sperm to form semen, susceptible to conditions like enlargement and cancer.


A macronutrient essential for building and repairing tissues, producing enzymes and hormones, and supporting immune function, found in meat, dairy, beans, and nuts.


A chronic skin disorder characterized by red, scaly patches, inflammation, and itching.

Psychotropic drugs

Medications affecting mood, behavior, cognition, and perception, often used on patients with depression and anxiety.


Raindrop Technique

A holistic therapy involving the application of essential oils and massage techniques to promote relaxation and balance energy.

RDAs (recommended daily allowances)

Recommended daily intake levels of nutrients established by government agencies that claim to meet the nutritional needs of most healthy individuals.


A medication for treating type 2 diabetes and obesity.

Reverse osmosis

A water purification process removing contaminants by passing water through a semipermeable (allowing some substances to pass through, but not others) membrane, producing clean drinking water.


A fungal infection causing red, circular rashes on the skin, scalp, or nails, despite its name, not caused by a worm.


A form of bodywork aimed at improving posture and movement by manipulating the body's connective tissues through deep tissue massage.

Ruta graveolens

A plant, sometimes used in herbal medicine for its potential anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties.



A compound naturally produced in the body and available as a supplement, used to treat depression, osteoarthritis, and liver conditions.


Abnormal lateral curvature of the spine.


A trace mineral with antioxidant properties, important for immune function, thyroid health, and protecting against oxidative stress.


A medication used to treat type 2 diabetes and obesity by stimulating insulin production and reducing appetite.


A natural laxative derived from the leaves of the Senna plant, used to relieve constipation.


A synthetic peptide stimulating the production of growth hormone, sometimes used for anti-aging or muscle-building purposes.


A neurotransmitter involved in regulating mood, appetite, sleep, and other physiological processes, sometimes called the "feel-good" hormone.

Sexual hormones

Hormones like testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone, playing key roles in sexual development, reproduction, and secondary sexual characteristics.

Small intestinal bacteria overgrowth (SIBO)

A condition characterized by an excessive growth of bacteria in the small intestine, leading to digestive symptoms like bloating, gas, and diarrhea.

Small intestines

The longest part of the digestive system where most nutrient absorption occurs.

Sodium chloride

Common table salt, composed of sodium and chloride, is important for fluid balance, nerve function, and muscle contraction.

Standard Absorption Rate (SAR)

A measure of the rate at which electromagnetic radiation is absorbed by the body, used to assess the safety of electronic devices like cell phones.


A natural sweetener derived from the leaves of the stevia plant, used as a sugar substitute due to its zero-calorie content.


The outward rolling motion of the foot.


A device used in alternative medicine for diagnostic purposes to detect imbalances or disturbances in the body's energy fields.



Protective caps at the ends of chromosomes, associated with cellular aging and longevity, with shorter telomeres linked to age-related diseases.


A synthetic peptide used to decrease excess fat surrounding the internals organs.


A sex hormone produced primarily in the testes in males and in smaller amounts in the ovaries and adrenal glands in females, responsible for regulating libido, bone density, muscle mass, and mood.


An antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections like acne, respiratory infections, and sexually transmitted diseases.


An amino acid found in tea and some mushrooms, known for its calming effects and ability to reduce stress and anxiety.

Thymosin alpha-1

A peptide involved in immune function and regulation.


A peptide medication used to treat type 2 diabetes and obesity by regulating blood sugar levels.


the joint connecting the jawbone to the skull, sometimes causing pain and dysfunction.

Toxic overload

Excessive accumulation of toxins in the body, potentially leading to health problems and impaired detoxification processes.

Trigger points

Tender areas within muscles causing pain and discomfort when compressed, often associated with muscle tension and referred pain (an injury in one area of your body but feel pain somewhere else).


An essential amino acid and precursor to serotonin, important for mood regulation, sleep, and cognitive function.


Xanthan gum

A thickening agent and stabilizer derived from fermented sugars, used in food products as a gluten substitute and to improve texture.


Synthetic compounds that mimic estrogen in the body, disrupting hormonal balance and contributing to health issues.

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