Type 3 diabetes is not a term we often hear. Most often when talking about diabetes we refer to Type 1, Type 2, and Gestational Diabetes. More recently in the medical world, there was a discovery linking type 2 diabetes to Alzheimer’s disease. The brain cells become insulin resistant causing them to die which affects…

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Our thoughts, emotions, and body are all made of vibrating energy. We each have a personal vibration that communicates who we are to the world and helps us shape our reality. Everything has an electrical frequency measured in megahertz. Frequency is defined as a measurable rate of electrical energy that is constant between any two…

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Have you ever wondered why certain smells trigger emotions or memories? Whether something we have smelled before or something new, there are three major factors when we experience a scent: The Olfactory Bulb, the Amygdala, and the Hippocampus. The Olfactory Bulb is in simplest terms our smell receptor, this is the part of our brain…

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I thought I had a good pregnancy with my first child.  I didn’t have any morning sickness.  The only thing with this first pregnancy was that I found milk gave me a stomachache, so I avoided milk.  I continued to eat cheese and other dairy products because they didn’t seem to bother my stomach.  Other…

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Heart Disease is the leading cause of death in the United States and more than 50% of adults living here suffer from high blood pressure.  By implementing minor changes and heart healthy choices, you can decrease your risk of cardiovascular health issues. The 5 steps below will help you achieve a healthier you. Regular Upper…

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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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According to new research from the University of Virginia School of Medicine a  mother’s microbiome — the collection of microorganisms that naturally live inside us — during pregnancy plays a critical role in determining the risk developing autism-spectrum disorders. (Source)  The mother’s microbiome shapes the developing brain in multiple ways.  The microbiome is really important to…

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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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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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