Whether you need to monitor eating habits to manage a health condition or because you want to lose weight, keeping a Diet Diary is a powerful tool for gaining insight about what, when, and why you are eating.  To often, we eat mindlessly, leading to poor choices and over indulgence, raising the risk for developing…

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A study has uncovered that running or jogging, regardless of the amount above one session per week, could be associated with lower rates of mortality. A 2017 study established that physical exercise has the ability to reduce cellular aging by nine years. This was proven by measuring the length of white blood cell telomeres, the nucleotide endcaps of…

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Welcome to 2020. A new year and new – or renewed – resolutions. Whether you’re determined to manage weight, reduce stress, strengthen relationships, or volunteer your services, the first step in choosing what to tackle is understanding your values and priorities. Visualize how the change would look for you.  Ask yourself: If I make this…

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Detox will begin 1/20/20. Come to our office at 709 Frederick Street to learn about the program 1/13/20 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm! About this Event Kick off presentation January 13th. Come learn why to and how to detox. Start the New Year out fresh and healthy! A great start to a larger health program. Call us to…

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Did you know that 70 million Americans don’t poop well? They suffer from either constipation, loose stool, or a combination of both. That’s one-quarter of the American population! The color, shape, size, consistency, and frequency of your “number two” can all speak volumes about your overall health. Yet talking about poop is taboo in our…

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Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin known for its role in supporting a healthy immune system. However, it’s also crucial for many other important biological functions. A deficiency in vitamin C causes scurvy, leaves the body vulnerable to infections, and is an underlying factor in inflammation that can lead to chronic illness. …

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