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Most people think cholesterol is a bad substance leading to the labeling of foods like eggs, butter, and oils as unhealthy foods. As with most things, the truth is not as black and white. Cholesterol is a more complex subject, but is an essential part of how our body works. The Good… Cholesterol acts as […]Read More
STATINS Currently in America, approximately 25 million people are taking a statin drug. Due to new guidelines, 56 million people are eligible to take statins. These guidelines suggest that anyone who has a 7.5% or higher risk of having a heart attack or stroke in 10 years to be offered the medication. The goal of […]Read More
Physiological Changes Necessary for Pregnancy It is fairly evident that women who are pregnant go through many changes during the course of their pregnancy. Almost every change happens to either prepare the mother for labor/delivery or promote the development of the baby. With all the changes that are happening on a daily basis, which […]Read More
This is a really great post about protein powders from Dr. Michael Jurgelewicz. There are several good reasons to buy protein powder from a practitioner that you trust. That way you can be sure of the quality of product you receive and the amount of protein you are ingesting. We carry several different types or […]Read More
Fatty liver disease is a national epidemic not only in adults, but in children as well. Obesity and poor diet are known contributors to this condition. It is believed that as many as 20% of adults and sadly 6 million children have non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). This not only increases your risk of developing […]Read More
Do you feel that you eat a healthy diet but still struggle with your weight or some aspect of your health? Testing for food allergies can be an important diagnostic tool to identify the root cause of your symptoms. Food allergies occur when your body has tagged a particular food as an allergen. This causes […]Read More