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Dr. Laura: Dangers of Proton Pump Inhibitors

Proton Pump Inhibitors, or PPI’s may help gastrointestinal reflux (GERD) in the short term, but they increase risk of many long term negative effects. Long Term Side Effects of PPIs When proton pump inhibitors are taken for an extended length of time, they can ™cause a shift in the gut microbiome that –increases risks for: –gut infections, like small […]

| February 21st 2019

Dr. Kyle: The Consensus On Coffee

Coffee is one of the most popular beverages around the world. In the US, 64% of adults report drinking at least one cup of coffee per day. That’s a lot of coffee! Many people choose coffee as their drink of choice for the wakefulness they experience due to the effects of caffeine. But how does […]

| February 20th 2019

Dr. Phil Shares:5 Science-Backed Solutions For a Healthy Lifestyle

  If you feel overwhelmed trying to build a healthier life for yourself, stop stressing. You can perform the simplest tasks and still create a more active, flourishing life. Plus, executing such small activities can put you on a path toward accomplishing your larger health and fitness goals. If you struggle with any of these […]

| February 18th 2019

Dr. Phil Shares: 5 Rules For Better Planks and a Stronger Core

  Planks are one of the hardest exercises to get right. Yet, most of us incorporate planks into our workouts, whether it’s running, lifting or doing bootcamp. What many of us don’t realize is we’re planking all wrong. “Planking is the gold standard exercise for core strength and stability,” explains Shana Verstegen, fitness director at Supreme Health […]

| February 18th 2019

Dr. Laura: Why do processed foods get such a bad wrap?

Advanced Glycated End products AGES– Advanced Glycated End products area product of food processing. AGEs appear to stimulate chronic low-grade inflammation and promote oxidative stress and affect the pancreatic beta cell function leading to the development of insulin resistance. Stop AGE diets in animal models and diabetes stops. Bad Fats Fats– Not all are created equal! Processed […]

| February 13th 2019

Dr Phil Shares: The Best Exercises You Can’t Do Wrong

No matter what exercise you do, it’s important to use great technique at all times. Period. You might be able to get away with sloppy form for a little bit, but eventually, it’ll catch up with you. That’s why it’s so valuable to have someone by your side, making sure you’re in the correct position […]

| February 12th 2019

Dr. Kyle: Why You Should Use The Sauna

Everyone enjoys a day at the spa for some much-needed relaxation, but did you know that time spent in the sauna may actually increase muscle gains? Originating in Finland, this traditional passive heat therapy is becoming increasing popular world-wide. Saunas are often used for the treatment of musculoskeletal pain as well as headaches. Recent evidence […]

| February 12th 2019

Dr. Laura: Boost your energy

The energy powerhouses of cells are called mitochondria. These tiny organelles are derived solely from our mother’s DNA and are reposible for generating the energy our bodies need to run. Mity Mitochondria Make up about 10% of our body weight 200-2000 per body cell relies on the fats, carbohydrates and proteins we eat loves to […]

| February 11th 2019

Rick’s Napa Salad

Napa Cabbage is high in fiber, contains powerful antioxidants, and makes a delicious salad! Salad Dressing: ½ cup oil (not olive oil) ¼ cup red wine vinegar 1/8 cup soya sauce ½ cup sugar Instructions: Mix ingredients in a small sauce pan. Bring to a boil for 1 minute, then remove from heat and allow […]

| February 9th 2019

Dr. Kyle: 4 easy steps to get rid of brain fog

For those of you who have ever experienced periods of brain fog, these tips are for you! Common symptoms of brain fog include lack of focus, clarity, memory, and attention. Patients will often report feelings of anxiety or even confusion. For those of you who are high achievers, these daily lapses in judgment can put […]

| February 6th 2019