Creating a Personalized Supplement Program

March 21, 2017 | Uncategorized

Why take vitamins to supplement our diets? Isn’t it enough just to eat properly? We’d like to think so, but the unpleasant truth is that the nutritional value of our food supply has been seriously compromised. Reasons for this include:Use of pesticides, herbicides and GMO’sInferior diets fed to livestockFood processingNon-sustainable farming practices which over time depletes soil nutrientsCreating a well-rounded supplement program has become imperative to maintaining optimal health.  A high quality, broad spectrum multi-vitamin can go a long way in replacing vital nutrients which likely are not being obtained from your diet.Due to our current toxic load, it’s also a great idea to take an antioxidant.  Some of these can be obtained in a multi-vitamin such as vitamins C & E but there are many other types. For maximum effect, find a supplement which provides a combination of things. PhytoMulti, contains a broad spectrum of plant based antioxidants such as … Continued

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Tips for the Upcoming Cold and Flu Season

October 1, 2014 |

Here are some easy tips to stay healthy and what to do if you do get sick this cold and flu season. Please work with your health practitioner before starting new vitamin or exercise programs. We are happy to help with this! Maintain a Healthy Immune System Take a fully buffered Vitamin C (2000-3000mg) daily Vitamin D3 (2000-5000IUs) daily Oil of Oregano or Eucalyptus Essential Oil: Rub on bottom of feet at night Take a probiotic at bedtime NAET treatment for viruses and bacteria including the influenza vial (Call to schedule this gentle acupressure treatment-  (317) 818-1800) Eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables (organic when possible) and avoid sugar, alcohol, and overeating Exercise and meditate daily If You Get Sick ImmuCore – 2 tablets 3 times a day or Viracid 1 capsules every 2 hours while awake until blister pack is gone If taking vitamin D3 increase to 10,000IUs … Continued

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Paleo Diet: Day 2

September 16, 2013 |

What is the Paleo Diet? You can read more about it on Dr. Cordain’s website: but the basic premise is grass fed meats, seafood, fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts and seeds, and oils such as olive and coconut oil. So no dairy, legumes, or grains and no processed foods. I decided to do a 30 day Paleo Diet for 3 reasons: 1) I recommend this diet to some patients and see the benefits 2) I have a few minor health issues that will not resolve no matter what I do and wanted to see if the Paleo would help. 3) I am in a rut with cooking the same old recipes and this will force me to try new ones.

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The Layers of Holistic Healing

March 6, 2013 |

Looking back at my own healing process I am able to understand the koshas or layers of yoga. The koshas of yoga give us a structure to understand ourselves and others, and provide a map to follow deeply and safely into our true nature. The 5 koshas are annamaya (physical), pranamaya (energetic), manomaya (mental), vijnanamaya (intellectual), and anandamaya (bliss). We are multi-layered, multi-dimensional beings encompassing body, mind, thoughts, emotions, wisdom, and bliss. When patients come to me I see them as multi-layered beings.

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Day 6 of 7- Almost there!

January 14, 2013 |

Hopefully with one day to go on your detox you are feeling healthier and more energetic. By now I’m sure you have found a few new favorite recipes from the patient guide. I’ve personally enjoyed the rice and beans and the stuffed peppers. I also juiced this weekend and mixed my shake with pomegranate, carrot, ginger, and apple juice. Very yummy.

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Day Four of Seven – Food Never Tasted So Good!

January 12, 2013 |

I would imagine everyone is excited to be eating again.  I’ve noticed that food tastes better and my sense of taste is stronger now that I’ve completed the first two days of the detox.  There’s nothing like the real thing!

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