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Did You Know That Medications Can Cause Nutrient Depletions?

Did you know that your birth control or hormone replacement therapy can cause critical micronutrient deficiencies in your B vitamins (and minerals ) and increases risk of hypothyroidism depression and anxiety? Your statin medication can deplete you of critical heart and nerve nutrients like Co Q10 and Omega 3s? Your PPI ( acid blocker) can […]

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Rashes, Itching, Eczema, Psoriasis, and Hives

Your skin reflects biological processes that are awry in your body. Skin rashes can be causedby: Don’t just bandaid the rash and mask symptoms with medicine..Try to establish a timeline offirst occurrence- what was different then? Did you recently have an infection, take a newmedication or increase the dose? Take it seriously and find the […]

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Bloating & Abdominal Discomfort

Bloating, gas, burping, belly pain, and constant belly distension can be caused by numerous  factors- here is a but a few:   • Infectious gastroenteritis    • Food poisoning  • Recent antibiotic usage  • Food sensitivity/Allergy  • SIBO  • MCAS  • IBS/IBD  • Dysbiosis  • Hypochlorhydria (low stomach acid or antacids)  • Medication side effect  • Hormone […]

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There are many different symptoms that have been described from either Covid infection or Covid vax complications. You are not alone. Up to 15% develop Mast Cell Activation or Innate Immune Activation, some studies have shown. I will describe more about this below. Others still complain of muscle aches, fatigue, exercise intolerance, shortness of breath, […]

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Do you really need to take  handfuls of supplements at every meal? Why is every other commercial  or advertisement about adding vitamins, minerals, herbs, fish oil, Coq10, flaxseed oil, turmeric, collagen, B12, Vitamin D, and vitamin C? Is it  making you stressed and causing you to spend countless dollars on bottles of the latest marketed […]

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Exercise-Too Little Or Too Much?

Exercise has amazing benefits. Exercise causes release of myokines and endorphins which improve metabolism, improve mood, muscle bulk, strength, brain health, bone health and increases longevity. Lack of exercise can lead to heart disease, diabetes, obesity, anxiety, poor balance, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and osteoporosis. But can you  exercise too much? Yes!  Over exercising […]

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Getting 7-8 hours of uninterrupted sleep is critical for health : specifically for your mood, cognition, even sanity. Maintaining a healthy body weight is also critically dependent on the number of hours you sleep.  Our bodies are literally ruled by the clock, the sunlight and darkness, to be more specific. Your body maintains a delicate […]

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Hormone Balancing

Our hormones control every aspect of our life, just like our immune system. Hormone balance is dynamic, meaning hormones are turned on and off depending on the milieu, energy levels, and stress levels. Hormones are in constant flux and there is cross talk between the immune system and the endocrine system. In times of low […]

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Immunity & Inflammation


A healthy immune system is a core pillar of optimal health. Proper inflammatory responses provide broad spectrum protection against infections and orchestrate long-term adaptive immunity toward specific germs as well as maintaining robust repair of all tissues. In contrast, chronic and uncontrolled inflammation often inflicts severe tissue damage resulting in major pathogenicity from overzealous immune […]

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Dementia, Cognitive Decline and Decreased Neurological Function

Are you losing your memory or a loved one is? There are multiple causes of cognitive decline, neuro-degeneration and dementia. There is a spectrum of symptoms from simple forgetfulness, memory loss, disorientation, weakness, loss of mobility, loss of executive function, loss of independence to severe dementia like Alzheimer’s disease. We therefore, need to approach cognitive […]

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