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By Todd R LePine
When we are truly healthy we have a natural resilience against the action of destructive forces on our health. In fact, we have the means to reboot our mind and our body when we give ourselves the right tools. Much like a computer, which has a BIOS (Basic Input Output…
By Ashley Barile
Aahhh, to be a kid again! The great news is that you can be.I absolutely love reminiscing about my childhood. It never gets old talking about my favorite movies, games, vacations and foods from that time in my life. When I have these conversations, I feel lighter. My…
By Adonica Nichols, LPN
As I have been writing about my journey to better health here at The Ultrawellness Center, I realized I needed to write about sugar.  Since I’ve had a sweet tooth most of my life, making positive dietary changes by giving up a lot of my favorite foods was…
By Doreen Soha
Millions of people suffer with anxiety, so what do you do when one of them is your own child?  My eldest son has suffered with anxiety for most of his life. It showed up as separation anxiety when he was small and escalated into a real issue after…
By Adonica Nichols, LPN
I’ve struggled with my weight for many years. I tried every diet that came out only to lose some weight and gain it right back a couple months later. I tried exercise, which helped some, but I still found I felt bloated and my fingers and joints were…
By Kristin Boyt
As a Functional Medicine practitioner, I often utilize a tool called the “Matrix.”  It serves as a roadmap to organize and tell the pertinent parts of a patient’s story and demonstrates how all of the systems within the body are interconnected.