How Nutrition Response Testing Helped My Family

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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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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What is Nutrition Response Testing? Video Demonstration

Nutrition Response Testing

What is Nutrition Response Testing? Nutrition Response Testing is very precise and scientific.  However, if I were to analyze you using Nutrition Response Testing before it was explained to you, you might find it strange, or simply not believable – only because it is probably very different from anything you may have experienced before.  I…

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What is Diverticular Disease and What Causes It?

Diverticular disease occurs when pouches (diverticula) in the intestine, usually the large intestine/colon, become inflamed or get remnants of food in them. Everyone has diverticula, it’s just whether or not your will become inflamed AND infected, differing diverticulitis and diverticulosis. Diverticulitis is caused by not eating enough fiber and eating too much of processed foods,…

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Are You Putting Your Son or Daughter At Risk?

Naomi Snell, 28 years old from Melbourne, Australia is the lead of a class action lawsuit against drug maker Merck after having autoimmune and neurological complications after getting the HPV vaccine, Gardasil. After getting the first 3 shots of the vaccine, she started having convulsions, severe neck and back pain, as well as paralysis. She…

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Stress and Fatigue From Kindness?

Recently a patient came in with some physical challenges. Being a caregiver can be very rewarding. It can also be very stressful. With this stress comes a fatigue like no other. We are happy to help because we love or care for this person who is often a parent or other close relative. Taking care…

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Cold and Flu

The season is upon us and no matter where we go, we will hear the sniffing and coughing to prove it. It affects us all in some way, whether it’s someone we work with, a family member or we are feeling a bit run down ourselves. A cold usually has symptoms of a runny nose,…

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Put the Brakes On Stress

Put the brakes on stress

Twelve year old Emily* was experiencing excruciating back spasms when her mother brought her in for a consultation. Emily did not have any history of back pain nor had she been in an accident or traumatic physical event that would account for the pain. Emily’s mother was very insightful in recognizing that her daughter’s pain…

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