Candida

Do you ever get the feeling that you’re not alone? You should. You are never really alone when you consider the vast populations of bacteria and yeast living inside of you. Your skin, mouth and digestive tract are teeming with little friends. And friends they are, most of the time. Those organisms that make up the microbiome are an essential component of good health until certain environmental factors cause them to become a component of poor health. When certain “good” microbe populations are damaged by antibiotics, nutrient deficiencies, stress and/or processed foods, the “bad” microbes are presented with an opportunity to grow out of control. When they are comfortably fed with refined sugars, they have the fuel needed to take over.

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Heart Disease

Heart Disease remains the #1 killer in the U.S., despite recommendations to eat low-fat. Fear of death seems to be a motivating factor for making a change.

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Mt Marathon: Ready, Set, Run!

Most Alaskans are familiar with the annual run: every Independence Day sees hundreds of runners clambering up the face of Mt. Marathon in Seward.

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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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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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