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Stress- Adrenal Burnout (June 2017)

“Stress is an ignorant state. It believes that everything is an emergency.” – Natalie Goldberg Do you wake up in the morning feeling tired?  Does your boost of energy dwindle as the afternoon approaches; causing you to crave something sugary or even coffee?  Just to...

Why the Word “DIET” is Being Used Wrong (May 2017)

Weight loss. one of the most talked about topics when it comes to women’s health.  Let’s face it, in today’s media driven society, we are putting ourselves on display more than ever and are even comparing ourselves to other women our ages all the time.  The weight may...

What Can B Vitamins DO for YOU? (April 2017)

In preparation to write this newsletter, for your educational pleasure, I went to pubmed.com and simply typed into the search bar: B vitamins brain.  In less than 5 seconds I had 458 different research studies to peruse. B vitamins in the vast majority of the forms...

Diabetes: Can the Paleo Diet Help? (March 2017)

“Let Food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food” – Hippocrates   What is a Paleo Diet? The Paleo Diet is one of the latest and hottest lifestyle trends to date. Celebrities endorse it some and restaurants are starting to serve Paleo style foods to keep their...

Postpartum Depression (February 2017)

Your baby finally has arrived and it is a time of pure bliss. The snuggles, the coos, the bonding…it has all become so real. But there is something inside of you that just isn’t right. You are emotionally and physically drained from the hours of labor. The sleep...

The Real Cause of Heart Attacks (January 2017)

During the winter season, we have all heard the stories of a neighbor, family member or friend that goes out to shovel snow and BOOM, heart attack! What really just happened? Read on, to see where leading experts are now evolving their thoughts to understand how heart...

Vitamin A (December 2016)

Vitamin A is a fat soluble vitamin that serves as an aid to vision, immune system and cell growth. Vitamin A is available in the human diet in two forms: a preformed vitamin A which includes retinol and a provitamin A carotenoid (1).  Typically preformed vitamin A is...

Immunity (November 2016)

The children are back to school and flu season is right around the corner. Although your household may be a clean environment, the germs children are exposed to at school, daycare, and other public places are unavoidable. The average American child has six to 10 colds...

CoQ10: Should You Take It TODAY? (October 2016)

History and Initial Applications: In 1957, Professor Frederick Crane and colleagues discovered CoQ10 from beef heart mitochondria at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Enzyme Institute.15 R.A. Morton, from the United Kingdom, isolated the compound in rat liver just...

Cobalamin – Vitamin B12 (September 2016)

Vitamin B12 is a water soluble vitamin that serves as an aid to the nervous system and plays a vital role in red blood cell formation and DNA synthesis. Ultimately it is responsible for normal neurological functions and beneficial for overall health. Vitamin B12 is...
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