Father’s Day Red Light Therapy Sale

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You’ve probably seen red light therapy beds or panels popping up in gyms and wellness centers, but what are they for? And—do they work? Red light therapy is a type of photobiomodulation therapy that uses panels of specific red LED lights, and they’re showing up in your gym because they help with injury prevention and increased athletic performance. Light therapy … Read More

Optimize your Microbiome with Dr. Katie DiNello

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by Dr. Katie DiNello The microbiome refers to all the microorganisms living in your digestive tract. Researchers estimate there are anywhere from 500 to 1,000 different bacterial species in the human microbiome. While we do know a lot about what makes a healthy microbiome, there is no one single, perfect makeup across all individuals. Let’s dive into ways to optimize … Read More

Dr. DiNello’s Top Nutrition Tips for Heart Health

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by Dr. Katie DiNello, ND Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death worldwide, and its prevalence is expected to continue to rise over the next 15 years. According to the American Heart Association (AHA), one in three people will be affected by some form of cardiovascular disease during their lifetime. The AHA and World Health Organization define cardiovascular disease … Read More

Valentine’s Day Red Light Therapy Flash Sale

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At Whole Health Wellness Center, one of our favorite ways to relieve stress and inflammation is by utilizing the Theralight 360 light pod as a wellness tool. Red light therapy is commonly used for: Anxiety & Stress Anti-Aging Arthritis & Joint Pain Chronic Fatigue Chronic Pain & Inflammation Improved Sleep Faster Post-Exercise Recovery Low Energy Skin Conditions Give the gift … Read More

Free Webinar: Thyroid Disorders and Fatigue on Monday, December 11th

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Are you struggling with fatigue and abnormal weight gain? Your thyroid may be the reason. Join Dr. Karen Bender on Monday, December 11th at 7 PM EST for Thyroid Disorders + Fatigue, a free webinar presented by Whole Health Wellness Center. During this live event, Dr. Bender will discuss: Common triggers of thyroid imbalances Potential underlying causes of these conditions Natural alternatives … Read More

Holiday Gifts Ideas from Whole Health Wellness Center

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Looking for a creative holiday gift to give to someone special? Whole Health Wellness Center offers a wide variety of holiday packages that are pre-wrapped and ready to be gifted! Our holiday packages are the perfect way to utilize your Health Savings Account before year’s end while providing meaningful gifts for those you love! Dr. Stagg’s Book Bundle–(The Bitter Prescription & Unzip … Read More

Five Natural Ways to Combat Chronic Inflammation

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by Dr. Katie DiNello, ND What is inflammation? Inflammation is a normal immune and metabolic response to local traumas, stressors, and pathogens. When the body is exposed to a stressor – such as the common cold – immune cells get activated and release small molecules called cytokines, that create inflammation. How do we measure inflammation? There are several ways to … Read More

Introducing Dr. Jen’s Collagen Cleanse

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Are you experiencing fatigue, inflammation, difficulty sleeping, food cravings, weight gain, and reduced mental clarity? Toxins may be the reason! Dr. Jen’s Collagen Cleanse is a science-based metabolic cleanse program that supports the body’s natural detoxification processes. This program includes 30 delicious drink mix pouches, 30 supplement packets, and an easy to follow guidebook to help you achieve your wellness … Read More

Resolving Inflammation: A Key to Restoring Health

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By Dr. Karen Bender What is inflammation? Inflammation is the body’s natural and protective healing response to injury and invasion.  It occurs in response to infectious agents like viruses and bacteria, tissue trauma, and foreign substances such as environmental toxins.  A healthy inflammatory response occurs in two phases. The first phase is the initiation phase that causes heat, pain, swelling, … Read More

The Vagus Nerve: Learn to Reduce Inflammation and Improve your Stress Response

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By Dr. Karen Bender Meet Your Vagus Nerve Have you heard of the “wandering nerve”?  This important nerve is named the vagus nerve because it wanders throughout your body, connecting the brain to the rest of the body.  It’s the longest nerve in the body, and it stretches from the brain to the large intestines. Why You Should Care Since … Read More