Dr. Clark’s Collagen Protein Energy Bites

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Dr. Clark’s Collagen Protein Energy Bites

Protein energy bites can be a delicious way to get a quick, energizing snack, that’s not only packed full of healthy fats and protein, but also feels like a dessert! This recipe was created in a way to optimize the good stuff and keep sugar low—only 1.4 g sugar per bite! It is naturally gluten-free, but if you are particularly … Read More

6 Reasons Why You Can Still Have Symptoms in Celiac Disease after Gluten Elimination

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By Aylah Clark, ND Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease where gluten consumption triggers an inflammatory response and damage to the intestines. It is caused by a complex interaction between genetic predisposition, intestinal microbiome, environment, and immune system. Symptoms & Diagnosis Symptoms can vary widely but can include gastrointestinal symptoms such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, bloating, and mouth sores, but … Read More

Tried & True Ways to Stick to Your Health & Fitness Goals

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Tried & True Ways to Stick to Your Health & Fitness Goals

By Aylah Clark, ND If you’ve struggled with sticking to your health and fitness goals, perhaps its time for a change in strategy. Below you will find some of the top strategies I use in my practice to help patients make their goals into long term lifestyle changes. Individualize Your Plan Your friend or your co-worker may have things that … 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

Summer Safety

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This past weekend I was at a friend’s cottage with my family and the dock broke while my brother was standing on it. He fell through and cut himself pretty badly. Of course we got the first aid kit out expecting to find at least some bandages to cover up his leg until he could get stitches. His fiancé, who … Read More

Positive Perspectives

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Written by Sally Machin, ND This week I spoke at Bloomfield Fit Body Boot Camp about the importance of dealing with your stress and how to effectively manage stress. I wanted to talk about one of the things we got into – life view. How you view the world has a huge impact on how stressed you feel. After all, … Read More

The Health of Sex – Part 1

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This article is the first in a three part series focused on women’s sexual health. In the lead up to Valentine’s day, there is so much attention on relationships, and maybe pressure for some to act as expected considering the holiday. Even though it is a holiday with a focus on love and romance, inevitably sex becomes intertwined with those … Read More