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Top 10 Gut Destroyers

Your gut has a direct connection to your brain via the gut-brain axis. If you have an unhealthy microbiome, your mental health will also not be so great.  Here are some of the top gut destroyers that you should avoid to help improve the health of your gut. Stress – Your gut is sensitive to…

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Dr. Lisa’s Top 10

Dr. Lisa has put together her ‘Top 10’ things to keep your immune system strong and functioning at its best. There are a lot of things you can do to keep yourself and your loved ones healthy through the flu season so that you are not fighting illness, but rather staying healthy. Get adjusted regularly:…

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Opioids: chasing and masking pain.

How did we get here? Starting from when we are young we develop a relationship with pain where we will do anything to prevent it or place a band-aid (either metaphorical or literal) on the place that is hurting.  We mask, medicate, and desire for it to go away as quickly as possible. We view…

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A Gutsy Look Into Mental Health

A slightly deeper look into mental health! Some basic human anatomy: Did you know that the average adult has 2-6 pounds of microbes in their gut? Did you know that our microbiota encodes 3.3 million genes which is almost 150 times more than the human genome? Why is this important? Humans, if looked at under…

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Muffin Pan Eggs

Mornings can be hectic and sometimes we have to take breakfast on the road. You can make a large batch of these to have ready for the week, and they can be catered to individual tastes! Enjoy this high protein breakfast option. Ingredients:  12 Free-range/organic eggs (from a local farmer if possible) Butter or your…

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Creamy Cauliflower Alfredo

Oh my goodness, a healthier Alfredo option that is vegan (if you choose)! This recipe still offers a good amount of healthy fats but fewer calories. Go ahead and give it a try on your favorite pasta or any gluten free or spiral veggie noodles. Ingredients: 12 oz. Cauliflower florets 1 tsp. coconut oil, or…

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2018 Local Fresh Fruit Sale!

Fruit

If you have ordered blueberries or other fruits through Dr. Lisa’s office in the past or would like to order this year, harvest is in full swing! Although Dr. Lisa won’t be involved with the fruit sale this year, she has decided to connect you directly with the person she got them from over the…

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How Adrenal Fatigue Mimics Illness

Adrenal Fatigue

Chronic adrenal fatigue is a real condition affecting millions of people around the world. Because the way in which each person handles stress varies so widely it is often overlook or misdiagnosed and therefore treated insufficiently. This condition is often associated with prolonged or intense stress brought on by the tribulations of modern living or…

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Summer Solstice

summer solstice

Summer Solstice is upon us this Thursday, June 21st. There are several different ideas surrounding the meaning of the solstice depending on culture, religion, and scientific evidence. In some cultures the belief is that the solstice is a time of renewal and we love that concept. As we move through the ages we grow by…

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All Natural Sunscreen

Natural sunscreen

With summer underway and the temperatures rising, we hope you are getting out in the sunshine and having fun! In Minnesota our summers are short-lived and never taken for granted, we live for those beautiful summer evenings at the beach, out on the lake, or camping with friends and family. With that said, we still…

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