Nutrigenomics

Research shows how nutrition and other environmental factors can positively influence the expression of genes for health…or negatively influence genetic expression that leads to chronic illness. We can help you incorporate this new age of “personalized medicine” in your practice to improve health.

Nutritional genomics (“nutrigenomics”) is the “junction between health, . . . → Read More: Nutrigenomics

Functional Medicine

This personalised approach to medicine allows you to treat the underlying cause of disease—not just manage the symptoms of it.

This approach to health care is grounded on functional medicine–a term coined by Dr. Jeffrey S. Bland, Chief Science Officer at Metagenics. This science-based, patient-centered medical system is based on the functional modalities central to . . . → Read More: Functional Medicine

FOOD GLORIOUS FOOD!

CHERRIES…..

Cherries are part of the Rosaceae family, which includes almonds, peaches, apricots and plums.

Cherries are very low in saturated fat and sodium. They are also a good source of dietary fiber and vitamin C. Cherries have been shown to have several other health benefits, such as high levels of anti-inflammatory properties.

They are . . . → Read More: FOOD GLORIOUS FOOD!

Why diets don’t work (THE FUNNY SIDE)

1.If you eat something and no one sees you eat it, it has no calories.

2.If you drink a diet soda with a candy bar, the calories in the candy bar are cancelled out by the diet soda.

3.When you eat with someone . . . → Read More: Why diets don’t work (THE FUNNY SIDE)

How Walking 10,000 Steps per Day Enhanced my Insulin Sensitivity in a Month or Two

Taking 10,000 steps daily (or walking about five miles) is quite healthful.

I started walking Four weeks ago. I wake up every day at 5:30 and walk about 5 mls (with my pet).

I had been so happy with myself. Recently a buddy talked about, “What are you currently . . . → Read More: How Walking 10,000 Steps per Day Enhanced my Insulin Sensitivity in a Month or Two

A Guide to Starting Solids 6-24 months

A Guide to Starting Solids 6-24 months

(Especially for babies with allergies or intolerances or a high genetic potential)

 

You need to lead by example. How can you expect your child to eat healthy foods, when you and the rest of the family are not? It is therefore a conscious decision you . . . → Read More: A Guide to Starting Solids 6-24 months