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  • A Comprehensive Approach to Weight Management

    Posted on: December 8th, 2012

    Posted in: Aging     Detoxification     Digestion     Energy and Fatigue     Men's Health     Weight loss     Women's Health    

    The old thinking is that weight balance is a simple case of calories in and calories out.  But research shows that that just isn’t the case.  Those struggling with excess weight are not simply lazy or gluttonous (well, some might be but then so are some slim people!).  Not everyone is built to look like


  • Using Acids to Support Alkalinity

    Posted on: February 1st, 2012

    Posted in: Aging     Detoxification     Digestion     Nutrition     Weight loss    

    It might sound counter-intuitive but most of us need more acid (in the right place) to prevent painful acidity, and promote appropriate alkalinity in the body! There is an increasing awareness of the role that bodily pH plays in supporting optimal health.  Increased acidity of body tissues has been linked to inflammation, allergies, and osteoporosis


  • Easy tips for Health Maintenance

    Posted on: January 4th, 2011

    Posted in: Lifestyle counseling     Nutrition     Weight loss    

    Maintenance of good health can be easy by following a few simple tips.   1.        Focus on vegetables! Vegetables are nutritional powerhouses that provide your body with the micronutrients needed for optimal health.  In the case of a nutritional deficiency the body may respond by increasing hunger signals in a desperate attempt to encourage the


  • Balancing Blood Sugar Daily

    Posted on: November 26th, 2010

    Posted in: Energy and Fatigue     Lifestyle counseling     Nutrition     Weight loss    

    A lack of blood sugar balance can lead to foggy thinking, weight changes, cardiovascular health concerns, and a host of other “modern” symptoms and diseases.  Glucose is the primary fuel for most of the cells in our body, and is the preferred fuel for the brain (only during starvation can the brain be persuaded to