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Education...or Motherhood?

We live in a world full of possibilities.  We can go and do nearly anything with our lives.  .  For women,  the expectations are mixed.  Be a wife and a mother, but also have a meaningful career.  I felt these expectations weigh heavily on me as I chose a career and married.  My family emphasized college and a degree.  As I attended my first two years of college, my 53 year old ...

Accidental Gluten Exposure

Recommendations for accidental exposure to gliaden in the celiac or gluten-sensitive patient.

Food Sensitivity

Some Foods may be making you feel worse! One HUGE way to decrease inflammation is to avoid foods you are eating that you are sensitive to.  There is a difference between a sensitivity and an allergy.

Gluten: the Tooth of the Matter

I love the grain field next to my house.  I love to watch it grow and turn colors.  My favorite time of the year is when it is almost ready to turn colors.   The green stalks will move in the breeze and look just like the waves on the ocean.  It is beautiful.

GPC and Memory

Are loved ones suffering from dementia? Would you like to know about a natural supplement that has been shown as effective as prescription drugs for dementia?

What Vitamins Do I Take?

First, remember that no amount of vitamins or supplements is a substitute for a diet rich in colorful fruits and vegetables with the nutrients and anti-oxidants your body needs to stay healthy.  Now, here is what I do in addition to that:*

I Can't Sleep!

We need to rule out any medications or herbs that could be causing insomnia. 

Depression...Is Prozac the Answer?

I bet you think I am going to go tell you to take pills.  Or…we need to increase your serotonin.

Folic Acid in pregnancy may increase development of Food allergies in babies!

I'm not a folic acid fan.  It is synthetic, not what your body really needs.  It really needs folate.  A new study shows a correlation between folic acid exposure in pregnancy and the development of food allergies in the baby. 

Diabetes, Insulin Resistant, or Overweight? Vitamin C may help.

Vitamin's a regular household thing, right?  A couple of interesting studies last year showed that we may be missing out on this important nutrient.