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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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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Convenience vs Health

My slow cooker is an indispensable tool of convenience in my kitchen. Prepped meals are stored in the freezer and into the slow cooker.

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Healthy Eating on a Dime

A frequent complaint about making dietary changes is that healthier foods are more expensive and state that they can’t possibly afford healthy eating.

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Alzheimer’s Part Two

Last week, I began a discussion about Alzheimer’s. I shared the suggestion that Alzheimer’s risk is not so much a genetic factor as diet and lifestyle.

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Alzheimer’s – Part One

It is one of the leading cause of death in the US. Cases of Alzheimer’s are on the rise with 5.2 million Americans currently affected.

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Fluoride! Who Asked You?

There is no other purpose because fluoride is not an essential nutrient for good health (there is no such thing as a fluoride deficiency).

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Can’t Sleep? It’s Probably in Your Blood

Inability to fall asleep, or falling back to sleep, plagues most people at times. While we blame stress the root cause is likely chemical or hormonal.

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