By Sylvie Beljanski

Posts in category Health and Wellbeing

Where is your body’s immune system lo...

Where is your body’s immune system located? 

Some 70% to 80% of your body’s immune system cells are located in your gut. Knowing that  over 100 million Americans suffer from issues related to their gut or GI tract (issues such as constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating, nausea, or abdominal discomfort), that says a lot about our general state of health- or lack thereof! Numerous […]

Blood Test Could ‘Personalize&#...

Blood Test Could ‘Personalize’ Cancer Immunotherapy

Blood tests to find out, in advance, if a tumor will respond to a treatment have been available for a while.  In Japan, a doctor is routinely using a blood test called RGCC to predict how his patients are going to respond to chemotherapy and other treatments.  In this test almost every patient, even though suffering […]

Sylvie Beljanski featured in Natural ...

Sylvie Beljanski featured in Natural Practitioner Magazine

In the current issue of Natural Practitioner Sylvie Beljanski was asked for her opinion on inflammation issues…. Common Inflammatory Issues Inflammation is a reaction that does not limit itself to one demographic—rather, it can impact an entire population. “For men, one of the most common inflammation-related issues is of course inflammation of prostate,” stated Sylvie […]

Arsenic: Baby Food Study Finds 65 Per...

Arsenic: Baby Food Study Finds 65 Percent of It Contains Chemical

Arsenic poisoning has played an important role in my personal journey and understanding of the importance of detoxification. I discovered then how prevalent the issue of heavy metals poisoning is. This understanding eventually led me to create the Targetage line, putting the emphasis on detoxification and boosting the immune system. Today we are learning that […]

Halloween Candy…Trick or Treat?

Halloween Candy…Trick or Treat?

“Trick-or-treating” is a Halloween custom for children. The practice of wearing costumes or masks during this sort of end of Autumn celebration comes from a Celtic tradition: children and sometimes poor adults would dress up in costumes and go around door to door begging for food or money in exchange for songs and prayers, often said […]