Newsletters

Crash Diets and detoxes: are they necessary? (February 2019)

There are hundreds of detox diets and programs out there that promise the consumer quick fixes for weight loss, improved energy, better digestion, and other reasons.  For many of these people, they may have been indulging in an unhealthy lifestyle for too long...

FAT is Important, Here is WHY! (January 2019)

Dietary fat serves many important functions and is good for the body when the right fat is consumed.  Secondly, having excessive adipose tissue—body fat—does not denote that a person lacks self-control or will power, but is the result of an inappropriate diet.  Humans...

High Fructose Corn Syrup, What’s the Big Deal? (December 2018)

We’ve been told to avoid high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) in our daily diets, but what is it? It is a particular type of sweetener that is derived from cornstarch. In order to create high fructose corn syrup, enzymes are added to glucose and converted into another...

Aluminum (November 2018)

The awareness of evidence regarding aluminum exposure and its negative effects on our bodies is growing.  Researchers have been linking aluminum exposure to neurological disorders such as Alzheimers, Parkinsons, ADHD, and even cancer for years.  In fact, “there has...

Common Painkiller Linked to Causing Heart Attacks (October 2018)

Nearly 25 million American adults suffer from pain on a daily basis and 23 million report experiencing severe pain.1In fact, pain affects more Americans than diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined and is cited as the most common reason Americans access health...

Breakfast- Is it the Most Important Meal of the Day? (September 2018)

Did you know that while 90% of Americans know having breakfast is important for health and function, only 49% report to eating breakfast every day.1 It’s no wonder that after sleeping for eight hours, and being without food during the night, our brain and muscles need...

Is It Really Low Thyroid? (August 2018)

Thyroid medication topped the list of prescription drugs dispensed in the United States in 2015.  For many, symptoms are not improving when put on thyroid medication by their doctor; however, most of these people still affirm that they are tired, exhausted, and have...

Saunas (July 2018)

Saunas: what they can do for your health! Saunas have historically been a strategy used in Eastern European, Asian and Scandinavian cultures for relaxation and detoxifications.  Athletes are using extreme heat of saunas for more than just pot-workout stress reduction...

How Your Sleeping Habits are Affecting Your Health (June 2018)

How many hours sleep do you think is appropriate each night? Would you be surprised to know that on average it is recommended to get at least 7 hours of sleep a day? According to The American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society, 1 in 3 adults...

DNA Testing Accuracies (May 2018)

You’ve DONE a consumer DNA Test and are concerned about the results… You have every right to be concerned, here are just some of the reasons why: Although only one company is approved to share information about medical risk for some health conditions, nearly all...