Know Your Minerals: Microminerals Part One

Also required for health are a range of microminerals – minerals needed in only tiny amounts, but just as essential for normal function.

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Know Your Minerals: Sodium

Almost 100 percent of sodium consumed is actually absorbed into the blood stream. The body is fairly efficient at eliminating excess sodium.

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Know Your Minerals: Potassium

Increasing potassium rich whole foods and decreasing packaged and preserved foods can often normalize blood pressure issues.

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Know Your Minerals: Calcium

Calcium is probably the most well-known – yet least understood – mineral discussed. Also, dairy is not the only efficient source of calcium. 

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Know Your Minerals: Zinc

Zinc a heavy hitter mineral, required for hundreds of enzymes and plays a large role in sexual and immune function to eye and skin health.

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What is Nutritional Therapy?

Nutritional Therapy will help you dive into the causes - digestive discomfort, poor blood sugar control, hormonal imbalances – and the downstream effects.

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Genes – Ultimate Destiny or Just a Suggestion?

It turns out there are many influences on genetic expression. Genes are not set in stone, but are a foundation that reacts to all environmental factors.

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Is Gluten Bad for You?

Going gluten-free has swept the nation. But is it just a fad or a real concern? The gluten-free label does not mean that it is healthy.

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Are You 1 in 3?

When you think about serious problems with blood sugar (blood glucose), diabetes types 1 or 2 is probably what comes to mind first.

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Is Your Gut Leaking?

The term leaky gut is a condition that can occur in the small intestine where food-related particles pass out of the small intestine to the blood stream.

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