Terri DeNeui

An Insider’s Look at the Speedy Recoveries of Athletes

The thrill of victory…the agony of defeat. Each made more poignant by athletic injuries.  Athletes are regularly pushed to their limits, and beyond, sometimes resulting in an injury. Do you ever wonder how your favorite athletes seem to recover so quickly and are back in the game so soon after

Ditch the Table Salt: Go Natural for Iodine and Essential Minerals

Did you know that Iodine is such an essential element that the human body can’t function without it? Many people falsely assume that iodized table salt offers an adequate daily amount. For decades, Terri DeNeui, DNP, ACNP, APRN-BC, founder of EVEXIAS Medical Centers, has advocated for the importance of an

Forget the Hearts and Flowers. How about a Better Love Life This Valentine’s Day?

Anyone in a relationship who has had the misfortune of forgetting the significance of February 14th and showing up at home empty handed, knows the true meaning of the popular TV ad that rhetorically asks: “Wanna Get Away?” Maybe it’s time for Valentine’s Day to be about more than just

Is the Paleo Diet Right for You?

It depends on several factors. Consuming foods that were only available to cavemen and women, popularly known as the Paleo diet, has received a great deal of media coverage.  Many experts have written  that the modern diet – consisting of trans fats, refined carbs and easy-access sugar – “is to

How you can Stay Well after the Biggest Football Game/Party of the Year

At 5:30 pm on Sunday, February 5, 2017, more than 112 million casual and serious football fans – on 72 percent of all of the U.S. televisions sets – will be glued to the big screen awaiting the kickoff for the 51st Super Bowl. This event has become an excuse

Yo-Yo Dieting May be Killing You

The worldwide obesity epidemic continued in 2016, despite aggressive educational programs, public awareness of its ramifications and countless changes in the ways processed foods are prepared. It seems to be getting worse, not better. About 38 percent of adults in the U.S. are considered clinically obese and 71 percent are

The Holidays: A SAD State of Affairs

When the days get shorter and the temperature turns cooler, most people put on a sweater and add another log on the fire. Others, however, find it difficult to even get out of bed. This winter depression is widespread and it can often be debilitating. Mental health practitioners have a

Processed Foods: Are they Causing Your Migraine Headaches?

There are more than 40 million people in the United States who regularly suffer from debilitating migraine headaches, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Their loss of productivity is overshadowed by the blinding pain of these headaches. For many years, certain foods were associated with the

Before Taking All Those Pills for Your Multiple Medical Conditions, Read This. It Could Save Your Life.

As the Baby Boomer generation gets older, the medications to help them stay healthier have gotten better. Unfortunately, this has led to unintended consequences. Physicians and medical groups are concerned that the entire population and especially those who are older are over-medicated. According to a news report in the Wall

How Vitamin D Reduces the Risk of Asthma

Asthma is a serious health problem in the United States and in other developed countries around the world.  According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the federal agency charged with tracking incidence of disease, about 17.7 million adults and 6.3 million children in the U.S. are living with asthma -