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Skeletal System and Skin

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    SKELETAL SYSTEM           

    WHAT IS THE FUNCTION OF THE SKELETAL SYSTEM?         

    WHAT IS THE SKELETAL SYSTEM?              

    What's inside your bones?           

    AXIAL SKELETON ANATOMY        

    Skull bones         

    Hyoid    

    Vertebral column             

    Thoracic cage     

    APPENDICULAR SKELETON ANATOMY   

    Pectoral girdle   

    Upper limbs        

    Pelvic girdle        

                    Pubis. The pubis is located in the front part of the hip bone.         

    Lower limbs - Each leg is composed of 30 bones, known as the:   

    JOINTS OF THE BODY      

    Joints in the body             

    Bony Joints         

    Fibrous Joints    

    Sutures 

    Gomphoses       

    Why Are Teeth Not Considered Bones?  

    Syndesmoses    

    Cartilaginous Joints         

    Synchondroses 

    Symphyses         

    Synovial Joints   

    Classes of Synovial Joints              

    The Jaw Joint     

    The Shoulder Joint           

    The Elbow Joint

    The Hip Joint      

    The Knee Joint  

    The Ankle Joint 

    Scoliosis               

    Tendons              

    Muscle 

    Diseases of the skeletal system  

    TIPS FOR A HEALTHY SKELETAL SYSTEM  

    3. CONSUME ENOUGH PROTEIN 

    4. EAT HIGH-CALCIUM FOODS THROUGHOUT THE DAY    

    5. GET PLENTY OF VITAMIN D AND VITAMIN K     

    6. AVOID VERY LOW-CALORIE DIETS         

    7. CONSIDER TAKING A COLLAGEN SUPPLEMENT               

    9. INCLUDE FOODS HIGH IN MAGNESIUM AND ZINC         

    10. CONSUME FOODS HIGH IN OMEGA-3 FATS    

    SKIN (INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM)              

    FUNCTIONS OF THE INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM   

    PROTECTION      

    SENSORY FUNCTION       

    THERMOREGULATION   

    VITAMIN D SYNTHESIS   

    THE EPIDERMIS 

    Stratum Basale  

    Stratum Spinosum           

    Stratum Granulosum      

    Stratum Lucidum              

    Stratum Corneum            

    DERMIS 

    Papillary Layer   

    Reticular Layer (see Figure 1.6)   

    HYPODERMIS     

    Pigmentation     

    A COMPLETE GUIDE TO REMOVING MOLES, WARTS, SKIN TAGS & MORE 

    BEST NATURAL SKIN REMEDIES  

    NATURAL REMEDIES FOR MOLES               

    NATURAL REMEDIES FOR SKIN TAGS        

    NATURAL REMEDIES FOR WARTS              

    NATURAL REMEDIES FOR DARK SPOTS    

    NATURAL REMEDIES FOR CLOGGED PORES           

    CONCLUSION    

    ACCESSORY STRUCTURES OF THE SKIN    

    HAIR      

    NAILS    

    What do your nails say about your health?           

    Nail Abnormalities           

    LONGITUDINAL LINES ON THE NAILS        

    HORIZONTAL LINES OR TRANSVERSE GROOVE     

    ABSENCE OF MOONS (LUNULA) 

    LARGE MOONS (LUNULA)            

    RED, PUFFY NAIL FOLD (AREA OF SKIN THAT BORDERS THE NAIL) 

    WHITE SPOTS     

    PITTING OF THE NAIL      

    NAIL BITING       

    YELLOW NAILS  

    PALE NAILS         

    BLUISH-PURPLE NAILS   

    CLUBBED NAILS 

    SWEAT GLANDS 

    What's to know about body odor?            

    WHAT IS BODY ODOR?   

    What causes foot odor? 

    Tips on preventing foot odor       

    TREATMENTS     

    SEBACEOUS GLANDS      

    DISEASES, DISORDERS, AND INJURIES      

    DISEASES             

    Basal Cell Carcinoma       

    Squamous Cell Carcinoma            

    SKIN DISORDERS               

    Eczema 

    SYMPTOMS        

    INJURIES              

    Burns    

    First-degree burn             

    First-degree burn             

    Second-degree burn       

    Second-degree burn       

    Third-degree burn           

    Third-degree burn           

    Burn levels          

    FIRST-DEGREE BURN       

    SECOND-DEGREE BURN 

    THIRD-DEGREE BURN     

    COMPLICATIONS             

    PREVENTING ALL DEGREES OF BURNS     

    OUTLOOK FOR BURNS   

    Scars and Keloids             

    WHAT ARE KELOIDS?      

    KELOID SYMPTOMS        

    SCARS   

    SYMPTOMS        

    Bedsores and Stretch Marks       

    Calluses                

    WHAT CAN A HAIR MINERAL ANALYSIS REVEAL? 

    WHY TEST FOR MINERALS?          

    COMMON CAUSES OF MINERAL IMBALANCES

    HEAVY METAL TOXICITY

    THE MOST COMMON TOXICITIES INCLUDE:          

        FACIAL ANALYSIS

        TONGUE ANALYSIS

    VITAMINS (APPENDIX 1) 

    Fat-soluble vitamins        

    Water-soluble vitamins 

    Vitamin A            

    Vitamin B             

    Vitamin B2          

    Vitamin B3          

    Vitamin B5          

    Vitamin B6          

    Vitamin B7          

    Vitamin B9          

    Vitamin B12        

    Vitamin C             

    Vitamin D            

    Vitamin E             

    Vitamin K             

    WHAT DOES VITAMIN F DO?       

    BENEFITS OF VITAMIN F:               

    Sources 

    Functions            

    Deficiency           

    WHAT DO MINERALS DO FOR THE BODY? (APPENDIX 2)  

    WHAT IS A MINERAL?    

    ESSENTIAL MINERALS THAT THE HUMAN BODY NEEDS    

    List of 5 major minerals (a.k.a. electrolytes)         

    List of 16 trace minerals (a.k.a. micro minerals)   

    ESSENTIAL MINERALS AND THEIR ROLES IN THE BODY      

    1. Calcium           

    2. Phosphorus   

    3. Potassium      

    4. Sodium            

    5. Magnesium   

    LIST OF 16 TRACE MINERALS REQUIRED BY THE HUMAN BODY     

    1. Iron   

    2. Manganese   

    3. Copper            

    4. Iodine              

    5. Zinc   150

    6. Cobalt              

    7. Molybdenum 

    8. Selenium        

    9. Sulfur               

    10. Chloride        

    11. Boron            

    12. Silicon          

    13. Vanadium   

    14. Nickel           

    15. Arsenate     

    16. Chromium   

    NON-ESSENTIAL MINERALS        

    EXCESS AND DEFICIENCY               

    ACID-ALKALINE PH BALANCE IN THE BODY            

    What are alkaline-forming minerals?       

    What are acid-forming minerals?             

    Minerals that can help you lose weight   

    THE BEST ALL-AROUND SOURCES OF ESSENTIAL MINERALS             

    The 20 Amino Acids and Their Functions ( Appendix 3)    

    THE 20 AMINO ACIDS AND THEIR MAIN FUNCTIONS        

    1- Phenylalanine         

    2-Tryptophan    

    3-Lysine              

    4-Methionine    

    5-Threonine       

    6- Isoleucine      

    7- Leucine           

    8-Valine               

    9- Glycine            

    10- Alanine         

    11-Serine             

    12-Cysteine        

    13- Aspartic acid               

    14- Glutamic acid             

    15-Asparagine   

    16- Glutamine   

    17- Arginine       

    18- Tyrosine       

    19-Proline           

    20-Histidine        

    AUTHORS COMMENTS

A friend came to visit the other day and when it was time for her to leave her parting words were, "What has happened to you? I have known you for years and you have been so ill. What are you doing to get your health back? You look better than I have ever seen you." Those were welcome words. What is the difference? Procedures from The Healthy Way have changed my life. I am so grateful for the ability to sleep again, to walk, to have removed the terrible pain that was with me 24 hours a day. I am grateful to have my life back again. How can anything so easy work? It just does!

​​-Linda Bauer

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