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The NEW Fat Flush is Coming!

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Pre-order NOW for pre- or post-holiday detox. It’s been a busy summer, to put it mildly. I’ve hopped on several planes for large speaking engagements, welcomed out of town company, worked with many wonderful clients, and—I’m thrilled to announce—completed the extensive cover to cover update of The Fat Flush Plan! That’s right, for the first time since its original publication in 2001, the Fat Flush flagship book—aptly titled The NEW Read More

Cleaning Up Your Messy Microbiome

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Simple solutions that have a big impact on your health. Quick: Where is your immune system? If you’re not sure, you’re not alone. Most people have no idea where the immune system resides in the body—they’re apt to think of it almost as a mythical force field. In reality, 60 percent of your immune system’s receptor cells are in your colon and another 15 percent are in the lower part Read More

The New Thyroid Cure

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The superstar supplement I bet you aren’t taking. The thyroid is a small butterfly-shaped gland located just below the larynx—and it plays a profound role in the behind-the-scenes of your health. Ladies should especially take note, as issues with this critical gland impact women eight times more often than men. The health of your thyroid isn’t something that should be taken lightly. Problems have been linked to obesity, depression, brain Read More

Snack Box for September

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Healthy snacks for the kids—and you. It’s almost hard to believe that Labor Day weekend is already upon us—and with it, the signing off of summer and the return of the school season. As any busy parent knows, it can be no easy task to find snacks that satisfies the kid’s taste buds, while also providing nutritional value that satisfies the parents. As we enter this holiday weekend, I’d like Read More

Unleash Your Purple

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Blast belly fat and beyond. The color purple is often associated with royalty and an elite status, and that certainly holds true today—nutritionally speaking, that is. Foods of this hue have potent health boosting phytonutrient power including supercharging the immune system, revving up brain function, and reducing your likelihood for high blood pressure and high cholesterol. There’s also massive purple power when it comes to whittling your middle. The European Read More

Regenerative Stem Cell Therapy: Medicine of the Future

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A guest blog by Laura Fristoe, Director of Marketing at IMAC Regeneration Centers. Are you disappointed with your doctor’s recommendations for prescription medicine to treat your pain? Are you frustrated that the only option you’ve been given for improving your mobility is surgery? Have you or someone you love given up on ever having a good quality of life as you suffer from Parkinson’s Disease or Multiple Sclerosis? You are not Read More

First Aid Essential Oil Picks

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Heal with ancient miracle remedies. Essential oils are all the rage. Whether you’re seeking to treat a specific ailment or simply want a safe scent to fill your home, essential oils provide a wide array of therapeutic benefits. Yet, they are hardly new to the scene. Quite the opposite, actually. Essential oils date back to Biblical times. In fact, the Bible contains 14 principle oils: calamus, cassia, cedarwood, cinnamon, cypress, Read More

The Iron Elephant in the Room

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Supplementation—should you or shouldn’t you? Iron is a double edged sword. On the one hand, it is said to make red blood cells and functions as the oxygen transport system of the body. Once iron is absorbed into the bloodstream, it’s ultimately stored in the ferritin molecule. But, on the other hand, it fuels bacteria, virus, and parasites. Unless iron is eliminated through blood loss, as in the case of Read More

Marvelous Marinades

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Easy recipes whisked to impress. The last weeks of summer seem to be the sweetest as you enjoy the fleeting warmth and sunshine with a greater appreciation. Before the season of sun and fun shuts down for the year, you’re probably packing in as many outdoor get-togethers with family and friends as you can—and I bet a good ole fashioned barbeque is on the menu. Some might argue that what many Read More

The Breath Connection to Back Pain

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Breathe your pain away. You might be surprised to learn that the way in which you breathe is actually causing you pain. When it comes to breathing, there are two styles that are the most common—chest breathing and belly breathing. So… which is your default style? If you’re like me, you answered, chest. Why? Because this is what we’re taught from a young age. Most of us can recall (and Read More