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Lyme Disease Controversy – Which Side Are You On?

Welcome to part two of our Lyme Disease blogs. We covered Lyme in our pets, and now, I’ll share my personal journey with Lyme disease. You Can Get Lyme In Your Backyard! I don’t know when I contracted Lyme disease the first time (I was re-infected in 2008) because I never remembered having a tick […]

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Could You Have Hypothyroidism?

Send to Kindle Ever been told your thyroid test was in the “normal” range but you have all the symptoms of an underactive thyroid? Take heart, you’re not alone. The truth is, you probably ARE suffering from hypothyroidism – but you didn’t hear that from me! We hear a lot about thyroid issues from our […]

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Vitamin D Deficiency

Vitamin D Deficiency [Infographic]

The majority of our population is deficient in vitamin D (levels measured below 32 ng/ml). This vital nutrient deficiency can increase your risk of many issues including osteoporosis and multiple sclerosis. In addition, an increased risk for strokes, diabetes (types 1 and 2), depression, breast and colon cancer, heart disease, gum disease, asthma, […]

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Do you have leaky gut syndrome?

Is Your Gut Leaking?

Send to Kindle It’s been a long time coming, but “leaky gut syndrome” is finally getting a little more attention; however, there’s a lot more educating to be done! Holistic physician Dr. Andrew Weil, MD, has a helpful definition of leaky gut. Leaky gut syndrome is not generally recognized by conventional physicians, but evidence is […]

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What do I do about restless legs syndrome

What to Do About Restless Legs Syndrome

Send to Kindle Restless Legs Syndrome can be very problematic for adults and even children, too. The Facts About Restless Legs Syndrome: It affects up to 10% of the population. There are more than 5 million people who suffer from the more moderate or severe forms of RLS. Twice as many women suffer from RLS as […]

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Homeopathy Works!

Send to Kindle Homeopathic Remedies are made from plants, animals and minerals. These substances are prepared by a process of repeated dilution and shaking, which makes them capable of stimulating the healing process. Remedies are given to stimulate the whole body to heal itself. Homeopathy acts on an energetic level, therefore it has a broad […]

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How Detox Helps You Lose Weight

Your body uses fat to protect itself from toxins. The more toxins you accumulate, the more fat you have. Carrie Louise Daenell, ND wrote a great article, featured on the American Association of Naturopathic Physicans website, explaining how toxins make you fat. When you carry toxins—excess stress hormone and inflammation—your body seeks to […]

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New Year’s Eve: The Do’s & Don’ts of the Morning After

Send to Kindle There’s no greater day of celebration than New Year’s Eve, and perhaps no rougher morning than New Year’s Day. I’m sure we’ve all been there at some point—Your head is pounding;  you’re dizzy, nauseous, fatigued, and dehydrated.  If you haven’t thrown-up already, you probably feel like it or you want to. And […]

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5 Necessary Steps to Weight Loss Success

Send to Kindle As the new year approaches, you might be asking yourself, what can I do to lose weight? In fact, you have probably asked yourself that same question before.  You have probably lost 5 pounds,  then gained 10, lost 10, then gained 20, etc.  Sorry to say, there is no one simple answer […]

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Helpful Hints for Holiday Stress Relief

As the holidays approach, are you starting to feel stressed, like you have a “To Do List” a mile long and you don’t know how you’ll get it all done? How do you fit in all the holiday get-togethers with family and friends? Some of them you’ll enjoy and others you might want […]

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