10 Things You Can do to Help Control Healthy DNA Expression

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10 Things to Control Healthy DNA Expression

If you have a parent or other family member with a health condition like high cholesterol or cancer you’ve probably considered you may have a genetic predisposition for those conditions. Though this may be true, it doesn’t mean you can’t influence your risk. It’s no secret that diet and exercise can have positive influences on your health and risk for … Read More

Getting the Most out of Weight Lifting: An Introduction to Protein, BCAAs, and Nutrient Timing for Optimizing Athletic Performance

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Weight Lifting & Nutrient Timing

By Aylah Clark, ND The exercise supplement industry is thriving as the popularity of weight lifting in particular has increased. I love that weight-lifting is becoming more popular, especially among women, but there is a lot of misinformation out there. This doesn’t mean you should avoid exercise supplements completely however because some do have a lot of evidence behind them. … Read More

5 Nutrients for Men’s Health You Don’t Want To Miss

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5 Nutrients for Men's Health

Men’s health can mean a lot of things but this discussion will primarily center around 5 key nutrients that support cardiovascular health, sexual health, and muscle mass– topics we find are important to many of our male patients. When we talk about men’s health, it’s worth mentioning vascular health for a few reasons. One reason is to support cardiovascular function for a healthy … Read More

Quercetin & Nettle Pops to Support Allergy-Prone Kids (5 recipes)

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Quercetin Nettle Pops

We hope you enjoy these 5 recipes for frozen pops containing quercetin and nettle! This was a collaboration between Dr. Aylah Clark and Dr. Sally Machin. This article was written to inform. The article and its contents are not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent, or cure any disease. It’s that time of the year again when the antihistamine medications come … Read More

Red Meat: Friend or Foe?

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Historically, it has been accepted in the medical community that increased consumption of red meat increases all-cause mortality including cardiovascular disease and cancer (especially colon cancer). [1] However, most of the studies that indicate such results often do not differentiate between processed and unprocessed meat or other factors that influence the nutritional quality of the meat such as a grass-based diet. Here … Read More

Wine & Broccoli with a Side of Chemistry: Demystifying Sulfur-Based Allergies

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by Aylah Clark, ND Sulfa, sulfur, sulfites, and sulfates are often confused for apparent reasons. Each of these also have the potential to cause adverse reactions in certain people. If you’re allergic to sulfa drugs should you be worried about sulfites? Why are sulfites in wine? Are they in all wine? Can you have a reaction to sulfur? What are the differences in reactions … Read More

Easy One-Pot Gluten-Free Soup Recipe That Won’t Leave you Hungry

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By Joyce Sayre I quite often find myself wondering, “What am I going to bring to work for lunch today?” It has to be healthy and satisfy my hunger for more than 30 minutes.  I love salads and soups, but those don’t really hold me over for very long.  I am gluten-free so no bread or crackers.  Though there are … Read More