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Dr. France Carpentier

Dr. France Carpentier has over forty years of experience as a healthcare professional. She started as a Registered Nurse in Quebec, Canada, which was followed by over thirty years as a Chiropractor in Florida. She has always had a focus on nutrition using a holistic approach to health and wellness.


The Amazing Benefits Of Turmeric

By Dr. France Carpentier / June 22, 2017

The Amazing Benefits of Turmeric Belonging to the ginger family, turmeric is often referred to as the “Queen of Spices,” having been used in India and the Middle East for thousands of years. Besides lending a peppery flavor to foods, turmeric has also been used for medicinal purposes in Ayurvedic and Chinese medication. The anti-inflammatory […]


7 Natural Sleep Aids

By Dr. France Carpentier / December 28, 2016

7 Natural Sleep Aids Sleep is a vital ingredient for our health and wellbeing, recharging our brains and giving our bodies the time they need to repair and heal, and yet so many of us simply just don’t get enough of it. In fact, as adults we typically need around eight hours sleep each night […]


8 Benefits of Vitamin D

By Dr. France Carpentier / November 30, 2016

8 Benefits of Vitamin D Why You Need Vitamin D While there are five different kinds of vitamin D – D1, D2, D3, D4, and D5 – the only one our bodies need and use to function properly is vitamin D3, also known simply as vitamin D. Vitamin D is one of the most essential […]


7 Benefits of Vitamin K2

By Dr. France Carpentier / November 6, 2016

7 Amazing Benefits of Vitamin K2 Vitamin K2 – have you ever even heard of it? Ok, maybe you’ve seen the vitamin on supplement labels here and there but it’s not the most commonly known vitamin on the market. But the benefits of vitamin K2 are surprisingly vast and profound – and some that we […]


How To Improve Joint Health Naturally

By Dr. France Carpentier / August 19, 2016

How To Improve Joint Health Naturally We all want to get the most out of life, but to do that we need to have a healthy body. Physical limitations can dramatically impact on our ability and enjoyment, and while plenty of us take steps to look after our heart, lungs, skin and more, one part […]


17 Natural Remedies For Insomnia That You Can Do At Home

By Dr. France Carpentier / October 31, 2015

There are known methods you can start right now that can impact your sleep. These are methods that have been found in research studies to help increase your ability to stay in bed, get some decent sleep, and wake up rested. Here are 17 different tips for you to cure your insomnia, starting tonight: Minimize […]


What Is The Immune System And How Do You Strengthen It?

By Dr. France Carpentier / October 19, 2015

Flu season is just around the corner, and that means it’s time to focus on boosting your immune system so you don’t get sick this winter.  But that leads to the question, “Where is my immune system located?” Your immune system is probably the most complicated system in your body. There are multiple lines of […]


Benefits of Eating Fermented Foods

By Dr. France Carpentier / October 19, 2015

Consuming fermented foods such as yogurt, kimchee, sauerkraut, pickles, kefir and miso is a great way to supplement probiotics. These foods are like gold for your immune system. They are teeming with bacteria that is beneficial for your GI tract. When eating naturally-fermented foods and/or taking a high-quality supplement, it’s essential that you avoid sugar, […]


How To Choose The Best Probiotic Supplement For You

By Dr. France Carpentier / October 19, 2015

How Do You Choose A Probiotic Supplement? In order to get a sufficient amount of bacteria back in your GI tract, supplementation is often required. In fact, researchers have reported that they are worried because the diversity of the organisms in your gut – and in the soil – have dropped to an all-time low. […]


Types Of Insomnia And How To Treat Them

By Dr. France Carpentier / October 18, 2015

There are different types of insomnia – and each of them should be diagnosed differently. Transient Insomnia Transient insomnia is a temporary form of insomnia. You probably guessed this with the word, “transient” in the term. Transient insomnia can last a few days to a week. The causes of transient insomnia include things such as […]


Magnesium: Your Body’s Most Essential Mineral

By Dr. France Carpentier / October 16, 2015

Years ago, when I started in practice, I came across an audiotape called, “Dead Doctors Don’t Lie”. Dr. Joel Wallach, who had been a veterinarian for many years, had created the tape. He had read hundreds of studies on how different vitamins and minerals affect animals during the 1960s and 1970s, primarily because veterinarian medicine […]


Is Activated Charcoal A Natural Remedy For Opiate Withdrawal?

By Dr. France Carpentier / October 16, 2015

If you’re addicted to painkillers, Prozac, amphetamines, opium, barbiturates, cocaine, and morphine or other opiates, certainly a drug detox program is going to be your best option.  Please counsel with a professional who understands the best treatments available.  But what do you do while you are waiting to get into the drug detox program? The […]


“Do I Have Insomnia?” Take This Sleep Survey To Find Out!

By Dr. France Carpentier / October 14, 2015

You may be consoled to know that you aren’t alone in your pursuit to find an answer to insomnia. Sleep problems are rampant in today’s modern society, affecting one out of every four people! That’s a lot of people who aren’t getting their restoration and rejuvenation for the oomph they need for the next day. […]


Iodine: The Miracle Nutrient Most Americans Are Lacking

By Dr. France Carpentier / October 14, 2015

Iodine plays a huge role in your health. Every tissue, organ, and cell depends on it for their very survival. Your metabolism won’t function properly without it. Only 25% of the iodine in your body is located in your thyroid gland; the rest of it is found in other tissues, organs and cells. The breast […]


6 Reasons Coffee Is Good For You

By Dr. France Carpentier / October 13, 2015

Coffee drinkers, rejoice! You can now be completely happy while sipping your morning cup of coffee without worry that this traditional American beverage is bad for your heart or will exhaust your adrenal glands. New medical studies are reporting that moderate coffee consumption can protect you against heart attacks and subsequent heart failure. Recent evidence […]