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Not All Collagen is the Same!

Most people think that they need to take collagen to make their hair, skin, and nails healthier, and while that is a good reason to take collagen, there are more benefits than that. To start, we have and make collagen in our own bodies. It is a protein that helps with joints and skin elasticity....

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How to Resolve Those New Year’s Resolutions

As we rapidly approach the end of the year, it’s almost obligatory to make decisions on how we are going to change our lives for the better. Before you start thinking of your New Year’s Resolution, take a moment and think back on your Old Year’s Resolutions. What did you vow to...

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Using vitamin C during cold and flu season to recover faster

Lots of people are getting sick right now. We see that the hospitals are full and we’ve heard countless stories from our friends, family, and coworkers who are sick. It’s important to remember that it may be tempting to treat your flu symptoms with NSAIDs or other OTC methods, but...

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Taking care of yourself during the holidays

We’ve all heard about the holiday blues, but what about the holiday burnout? This time of year it becomes really easy to burn ourselves out running around trying to make the perfect holiday season for our loved ones. We try to get the perfect gifts, the perfect meals, the perfect clothes to...

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Testosterones role in heart disease and how to recover it naturally

Testosterones role in preventing and contributing to heart disease (for men and women)

 

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in both men and women, however men are twice as likely to die from heart disease as women are. Given the magnitude of this disease, there has been a tremendous...

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Got sick?

Oh boy, the flu has come back out to play! I feel fortunate that Covid seems to be on the downswing but the flu (especially Flu A) is riding the upswing. This cold/flu was highly anticipated as it really is our first full one since coming out of the pandemic. Let’s take a quick look at why...

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Thoughtful alcohol intake during the holidays heart disease

When we think of the holidays, tasty libations are often part of our plan. Eggnog and rum, an expensive bottle of wine with dinner, an Old Fashioned or Manhattan when you’re out to eat, beers with your old friends, the choices seem limitless. Once you have one, it typically always feels...

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Holiday Hustle

Holiday Hustle

The holiday season is upon us. For me it is a time of nostalgia. The smell of turkey and Christmas cookies reminds me of my youth. If I close my eyes I still remember that soft warm feeling of putting the first bite of pumpkin pie into my mouth.  As a child the holidays seemed...

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Improve your understanding on how to address the cause of disease autoimmune blood pressure diabetes

I am so excited to be able to go into more detail with you about what it means to address the cause. I mention this so often and I want to ensure that people understand what addressing the cause really means. For instance, is a headache the cause, or is caffeine (or withdrawals from caffeine) the...

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The Hidden Mystery Behind the Basic Health Guidelines autoimmune blood pressure cancer cholesterol diabetes

Wouldn’t it be so much easier if we were given a user’s manual for ourselves when we were born? It would contain all the information about intended use, features and accessories, maintenance and repair, and even safety warnings. That would be nice. However, since we aren’t high...

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The benefit of B-vitamins in the methylation process autoimmune depression diabetes heart disease

Of all the processes that occur within the body, it’s possible that the methylation process is the most important. What’s that? You’ve never heard of methylation? While that’s not really surprising, it is something that I’d like to remedy. After reading this...

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Don’t fear the wrong fats autoimmune blood pressure cholesterol diabetes heart disease

We live in a world that fears fat! We eat foods that are low-fat or nonfat dairy and we. look for the leanest cuts of animal fats. In many ways, it seems that we are trying to eradicate fat from our world. This is a problem. Our diets consist of what we call “macronutrients.” When you...

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