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Experiment causes accidental fat loss

One study done nearly ten years ago accidentally lead to significant fat loss in certain men and women. The study was designed to treat symptoms that were being caused by irritable bowel disease. The subjects in the treatment group showed less gastrointestinal...

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Is the Protein You Eat Clean or Toxic?

We all need some source of dietary protein. Whether you are vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian, or you eat poultry and/or red meat. Every day we use amino acids, the building blocks for protein, to repair and restore tissue, and they need to be replaced. The challenge is...

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HOT TIPS and RECIPES FOR VALENTINE’S DAY

Would you like to discover foods that will improve your romantic life? Then keep reading! We’ve all heard of the aphrodisiac powers of oysters and chocolate. Old wives’ tales? Well not really.  The keys to enhancing romantic and sexual performance in men and women...

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Four Steps to Stop Heart Disease

February is Heart Month! Let’s review four steps that will help you prevent and even reverse heart disease. FIRST, INCORPORATE FIVE HEART HEALING FOODS INTO YOUR DIET: Fabulous Fiber. If you added only one nutrient, pick FIBER. It’s the roughage in vegetables, fruits,...

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Why is taking a sauna great for your health?

Sauna bathing is a form of whole-body thermotherapy and has been used since ancient times. It has been used in Roman baths, Aboriginal and Native American sweat lodges, Scandinavian saunas, Turkish baths, Russian Banyas, and similarly in Japan with hot water tubs and...

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Do You Get Enough Vitamin K1 and K2?

Vitamin K is essential for clotting, bone health, and preventing calcification of your arteries. Most Americans don’t meet even the minimal intake guidelines for Vitamin K. Vitamin K was first identified to be essential for normal clotting, (vitamin K as in German for...

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Why do people stop taking their supplements?

Over the years I have learned the obstacles that keep my patients from staying on a good supplement plan. My goal is to help them overcome these obstacles and ensure that they meet their critical nutrient needs.Without a customized plan, 85% of the patients I see have...

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Should You Get the New Shingles Vaccine?

Whether to vaccinate or not has become a discussion that creates a great deal of disagreement, and on websites, this conversation often leads to a heated debate. One of the latest controversies has been the new shingles vaccine, Shingrix. I’ve had multiple patients in...

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Where do Tapas Come From?

Tapas are small, savory dishes that originated in Spain. They can be served on small plates as snacks, appetizers, mini-sandwich canapés, or a small serving dish that comes with a beverage. In Spain, lunch is typically served from 1 to 3 pm, and the dinner menu isn’t...

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