Artificial Light at Night: Is Your Smartphone Screen Putting You At Risk?

Artificial Light at Night: Is Your Smartphone Screen Putting You At Risk? As we all continue to spend more hours every day in front of a screen—whether it’s a smartphone, tablet, computer, or TV—health experts are warning that too much exposure to the artificial hue of light from...
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Are You Suffering From Adrenal Fatigue? Causes, Signs, & Symptoms

Ever had a sluggish, groggy morning, followed by an excruciatingly sleepy workday, punctuated by shaky hands and sugar cravings in the afternoon? Considering how run-down you’ve felt lately, do you wonder how you’d get through the day without that cup of coffee (or two, or three)...
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Your Tick Bite Toolkit: How to Prevent, Respond To, And Treat A Tick Bite Naturally

By Dr. Ellen Lewis As we enter the summer months and spend more time hiking, walking, and enjoying the warmer weather, it’s important to have a plan for preventing tick bites. Though seemingly harmless, if left untreated tick bites can lead to skin infections and even Lyme...
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5 Natural Remedies for Seasonal Allergies (And My Testing Advice)

It’s that time of year again. The birds are chirping, the grass is growing, and the pollen is out in full force. For many, the warmth of springtime weather brings with it the runny nose, sore throat, and itchy, watery eyes of allergy season. The nagging symptoms of allergies...
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Nutrient Testing and Supplementation for Endometriosis

If you or someone you love has endometriosis, you should know about the natural options for endometriosis treatment with nutrient supplementation. The chronic flare-ups of pelvic pain that characterize endometriosis can make it an isolating—and at times, debilitating—conditio...
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“Eat These 6 Foods To Prevent Heart Disease Naturally”

  If you want a natural treatment to prevent or reverse your heart disease, your diet is a great place to start. According to the American Heart Association, heart disease is still the leading cause of death in the U.S., and a poor diet is one of the primary indicators for...
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Don’t look for the Bullseye! Lyme is not always on target!

By Dr. Mara Davidson Lyme disease is an ever-growing epidemic throughout the United States. Unfortunately this spiral shaped bacteria named Borrelia burgdorferi which causes Lyme disease is found in several types of deer ticks. Not only are many humans at risk for getting bitten...
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The Nature of Medicine

By Dr. Ellen Lewis:   There has never been a time in human history without medicine. The Hippocratic Oath was written in Greece in the 5th century BCE. Ancient Egyptians were aware of the importance of good nutrition and hygiene; in the Middle Ages, frequent wars cre...
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To Support Mental Health, Support Your “Second Brain”

By Dr. Andrew Cummins Anxiety disorders and mood disorders are two of the most common mental illnesses. What most don’t realize is the impact our gut health has on our mental health. The enteric nervous system of our gut has been referred to as our “second brain” and for good...
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Boost Your Energy in 1 Minute

By Tracy Pardo Meditation is one of the best ways to slow your mind down and give your body an energy boost. Many dismiss meditation because they think it takes up too much time. Fortunately doing simple breathing exercises for just 1 – 2 minutes can have the same benefits...
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