A Sustainable Way to Lose Weight with Dr. Katie DiNello

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By Dr. Katie DiNello, ND Losing weight is challenging – especially when we are up against sedentary jobs and limitless access to indulgent foods. When you want to lose weight, it’s often difficult to know where to start. There is so much conflicting information on which approach is best for weight loss. Some people feel great intermittent fasting and eating … Read More

The Role of Inflammation in Body Weight: An Intro to the Biology of Fat

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Inflammation and Body Fat

By Aylah Clark, ND Inflammation comes up a lot in my practice. It promotes many chronic diseases and correlates with worsening signs and symptoms whether it be autoimmune disease, arthritis, cardiovascular disease, or others. Inflammation is also intrinsically tied to obesity and this connection is well-established.  How are inflammation and body weight related and what can we do about it? What is inflammation? … Read More

Garcinia cambogia – worth the weight loss hype?

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By Aylah Clark, ND Recently we’ve had patients asking about Garcinia cambogia due to a Dr. Oz show that touted its weight loss-promoting properties. Let me start by saying this herb is not a new discovery. Researchers have known about it for many years and it is found in many weight loss supplements. Perhaps this might also tell you that whatever impact … 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