Category Archives: Blog Posts

Maddening Migraines

A migraine is defined as a debilitating headache, which may be accompanied by nausea, vomiting,  sensitivity to light/sound, head pain, aura or visual effects. Auras are disturbances of the nervous system and include bright spots, flashes of light, vision loss, pins and needles in the arms or legs, weakness/numbness in the face or issues speaking. […]

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Mindful Eating this Holiday Season

The holiday season is approaching, and with it a chance to see family and friends while eating, drinking and enjoying life as our world starts to look and feel more normal. This can be a stressful time for many people both mentally and physically, and often weight gain occurs. Part of life is enjoying your […]

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Could Low Blood Sugar Be a Problem?

Blood sugar balance is an important part of mood and weight control.  Low blood sugar is often overlooked and is often related to neurotransmitter issues and anxiety.  The most common type of low blood sugar is called reactive hypoglycemia. This usually occurs 3-5 hours after eating a starchy high carbohydrate meal or sugar. This also […]

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What’s the Deal on Dairy?

Intake of dairy is a controversial topic with some experts touting its benefits and other gurus vilifying its consumption. Dairy is defined as food that comes from the milk of animals or is produced in the mammary glands. The most common dairy products come from cows, but other mammals produce milk, including goats, sheep, and […]

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Explore Elderberry

As the cold and flu season starts, and with COVID still on the horizon, it is important to explore how to boost our immune system to stay healthy this winter.  One supplement  to consider is elderberry, which is a plant with flowers and berries that are  high in vitamin C, B6, iron, and potassium. It […]

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