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Powering Up Through Detoxification

Powering Up Through Detoxification
Overview Detoxification is a natural, normal, and healthy process of the body.  It is the process in which the body identifies and neutralizes tox...

How and Why We Use a Breath Belt

How and Why to Use a Breathbelt Level 1 Modality Breathbelt:  “Every Breath Stronger” “The BREATH BELT provides non-stop tactile breath cues where ...

Don't Be Shy About Your UTI: Here's Help

Don't Be Shy About Your UTI:  Here's Help
  Overview With a lifetime prevalence rate of 53% among women1, discussion about urinary tract infections (UTIs) seems a necessary one.  UTI’s are ...

The Bones of Osteoporosis

The Bones of Osteoporosis
Overview “At least 10 million Americans over the age of 50 have osteoporosis, another 34 million are at risk for developing osteoporosis, and rough...

Identifying (and Pulling) the Trigger on Fibromyalgia

Identifying (and Pulling) the Trigger on Fibromyalgia
  Overview Widespread pain for at least 3 months without identifiable cause1?  It’s a nightmare 2-8% of the worldwide population can attest to1.  T...

Getting on the Right Foot With Gout

Getting on the Right Foot With Gout
  Overview While it certainly presents as an acute inflammatory arthritic condition, gout is more of a metabolic disease.1  Like diabetes, it is he...

Try, Try Again When It Comes to Managing Symptoms of IBS

Try, Try Again When It Comes to Managing Symptoms of IBS
Try Try Again When It Comes to Managing Symptoms of IBS   Overview and Pathophysiology IBS is a common functional syndrome effectively hindering a ...

Blood Pressure Overdrive: Non Drug, Nutritional Ways to Put On The Brakes

Blood Pressure Overdrive:  Non Drug, Nutritional Ways to Put On The Brakes   Hypertension is one of the biggest risk factors influencing the develo...

Metabolic Syndrome: It's In The Numbers

Metabolic Syndrome: It's In The Numbers
Following  measurements and biometric markers are an important part of assessing the body for health or underlying disease, as is the case with metabolic syndrome.

Quinoa Burgers

Quinoa Burgers

 Quinoa is rich in fiber and as a pseudo grain, is lower on the GI index4 and contains less carbohydrates than other types of grains.  The other main ingredient, oatmeal is similar to quinoa on the GI index and in glycemic load.4  A diet rich in whole foods like fruit, vegetables, legumes and minimally processed grains and pseudo grains like quinoa can slow the pace of glucose absorption, making them appropriate foods for those with diabetes.5

Roasted Beet and Spicy Lentil Bowl

Roasted Beet and Spicy Lentil Bowl
Diabetic patients will also find this a hearty and blood sugar friendly meal that brings some variety to the salad bowl, and at 507 calories per bowl, it’s a meal all in one.2  

Savory Noodles as a Cardio Supportive Food: An Excellent Source of Potassium and Fiber

Savory Noodles as a Cardio Supportive Food:  An Excellent Source of Potassium and Fiber
Savory Noodles With Vegetables  By Amanda Plevell    2 cups lentil noodles, cooked  1 can cannellini beans  ½ zucchini, quartered  ½ c chopped aspa...