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By Dr. George Papanicolaou, DO
You may be surprised to learn that having a parasite, in and of itself, is not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, our gut microbiome is made up of more than 500 different species of microbes, including various types of bacteria, fungi, parasites, and viruses. Some of them…
By Cindy Geyer
Endometriosis is a very prevalent, but often difficult to diagnose condition in which cells that normally line the uterus find their way into the abdominal cavity. This can lead to a range of symptoms including heavy, painful periods, painful intercourse, infertility, hormonal issues, and more. In…
By Sarah Canfield
Many of the patients I see at The UltraWellness Center suffer from some degree of microbiome imbalance. Repopulating the gut flora while trying to keep inflammation low by removing food sensitivities such as dairy can be challenging. This recipe is a great addition if you are looking to…
By Elizabeth Boham, MD
The sad reality is that Americans suffer from massive nutritional deficiencies and our food is primarily to blame. These nutrient deficiencies are showing up in underweight and overweight people alike. Aside from a reduction in nutrient density in our food, we don’t eat enough whole, unprocessed foods and…
By Ashley Barile
Soups are great to make year-round. Enjoy this easy Cream of Asparagus Soup recipe shared by nutritionist Lisa Dreher. Asparagus is an excellent source of antioxidants, rich in minerals and vitamins A, C, E and K, and is low in calories. Yields: Varies Prep Time: 15…
By Sarah Canfield
Living in the beautiful Berkshires and being diagnosed with Lyme disease is an all too common occurrence. As an avid hiker, I wasn’t surprised when a bout of unexplained fatigue and joint pain ended up exposing the presence of my own Lyme antibodies. While Lyme treatment…