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Is Your Liver Clean and Lean
Is your Liver Clean and Lean? Think for a moment about the most important organs in your body. I bet the heart and lungs come to mind. Most believe that if these organs are healthy, then we are on track for good health. After all, when we visit the doctor, no matter what the reason, there are a few things that they always check. They listen to our heart, check our blood pressure, and have
What your doctor may not tell you
Weight gain, cold hands and feet, low energy and fatigue, dry skin, brain fog, poor memory, depression, hair loss, and digestive issues are all classic symptoms of low thyroid output.  How can it be that so many people with these very symptoms show no clinical signs of a thyroid disorder?  Their lab results fall into normal reference ranges, and no visible tumors or abnormalities are present on their thyroid gland.  Some might receive medications to
Debunking Diabetes FDN
The diagnosis of diabetes can be devastating.  Type 2 Diabetes is a serious epidemic that afflicts more than 29 million people in the United States today.  It is the 7th most common cause of death.  Science has come a long way in helping us to understand the cause, treatment, and prevention of the disease, yet there is still a staggering amount of misleading, outdated, and incorrect information in circulation. It might sound horrible, but your
Osteoporosis Its NOT a Bone DiseasePart 1
Bone is one of the strongest materials found in nature. Ounce for ounce, bone is stronger than steel, since a bar of steel of comparable size would weigh four or five times as much. One cubic inch of bone can in principle bear a load of 19,000 lbs. or more — roughly the weight of five standard pickup trucks — making it about four times as strong as concrete. With a substance so strong making up
Why Be a Functional Health Coach FDN
Why Be a Functional Health Coach? We’ve grown accustomed to conventional medicine. Spending a few minutes with a doctor and leaving with a script for a prescription, hoping it will alleviate a symptom. Or, perhaps leaving the office having heard that everything looks normal and you’re healthy! Only to be driving home with the nagging question, “If I’m healthy, why do I feel so lousy?” We’ve become a little numb, a little misguided in what
Surprising stuff hiding in your food
Food It fuels our bodies and minds, stimulates our senses, and keeps hunger at bay. Food has become so much more than a source of nutrition. Food can be a source of pleasure, but can also be a source of pain. When used correctly, food can be the most powerful medicine. Unfortunately, some foods can also be poisons. Wait a minute…poison in our food? Don’t we have government agencies to ensure that our food is