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By Lisa Nicotera, DC, RN
I’ve become very interested in researching and writing about anti-aging, that’s what happens when you turn 60.  Then my colleague pointed out that a lot of anti-aging information is based on fear. I thought about that. She was right. What I am really interested…
By Sudha Carolyn Lundeen
Now, more than ever, we’re thinking about how to support the immune system. COVID-19 absolutely has us wanting to support our health in as many ways as possible, but even with the pandemic aside, allergy season is creeping in and bringing all sorts of annoying…
By Maggie Ward, MS, RD, LDN
Nutrigenomics is an exciting and rapidly growing field of study that looks at the relationship between the food we eat and our genetics in the prevention and reversal of disease.  Dietary advice has been developed based on large groups of people studied over time, not on…
By Maggie Ward, MS, RD, LDN
“The science shows that food is information, and it gives instructions. It can upgrade or downgrade your biological software with every bite.” This is a quote from Dr. Mark Hyman, and he is referring to the science of nutrigenomics. Nutrigenomics is an exciting and rapidly growing field of study that…
By Mark Hyman MD
In light of the global COVID-19 pandemic, telemedicine is the best way to ensure ongoing safety for both patients and staff. We’ve already been using telemedicine as an established part of our practice for quite some time, as a helpful way to connect with patients all over the…
By Lisa Nicotera, DC, RN
It’s really easy to get caught up in fear right now. Lots of folks are panicky. I felt a little myself when I saw the empty grocery store shelves. No chicken, no toilet paper, no hemp milk. I felt afraid, just for a moment. Then, I just decided,…