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Vitamins and stress Mar 16th, 2022

Vitamins and stress   How stress affects the body? Many of us are moving at break-neck speed, texting, over scheduling, pandemic paranoia, over-working, sleep deprived and operating with constant anxiety. This fast-paced life affects not only our mind, but our digestive system. Food is broken down into the digestive system,...

The importance of magnesium Feb 16th, 2022

The importance of magnesium   Why is magnesium important? Magnesium contributes to over 300 to 600 processes within the body, helping it run smoothly. Magnesium plays a big role in energy production, bone development, muscle contraction and it’s vital for brain, heart, muscle and skeletal health. [1] Approximately 50-60% of...

Leaky Gut Jan 18th, 2022

Leaky gut   What is leaky gut? The medical term for leaky gut is intestinal permeability. Small tears or openings within the intestinal lining of the small intestine. They can be caused by a variety of issues, such as a poor diet, antibiotics, infections, toxins and stress. We are all...

Chelation Therapy Dec 16th, 2021

Chelation   What is it and why is it necessary? Let’s answer the first question of ‘what is it’? Chelation is the process of removing heavy metals from the body. Metals such as mercury, lead, arsenic, cadmium (and others) are abundant in our society. They can be in the air...

Bioidentical Hormone Therapy Nov 17th, 2021

What I’ve learned from my patients regarding bioidentical hormones. Many of my patients, both men and women, are using bioidentical hormones. These consist of oral creams, patches, gels, troches and pellets. Hormones can be a lifesaver for women, especially experiencing a difficult menopause. These options are beneficial, but we’ve found...