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Functional Medicine Approach for Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) | Podcast #356

One of the most common human infections is one that people rarely speak about. Urinary tract infections (UTI), also known as bladder infections, impact 10-20% of women at least once a year, and the specific treatment intervention is prescription antibiotics..... Read More

How to Address Acute Tummy or Stomach Upset – Podcast #347

There are several things worse than having an upset stomach and diarrhea. This situation may completely throw off your day, limiting the foods and drinks you can enjoy and keeping you tied to your toilet. Understanding the root causes of.... Read More

What are the Natural Anti-Inflammatory Agents for Pain Relief

In general, we have our COX pathways. Now, Arachidonic acid can feed those pathways. A lot of excess, junky, refined Omega-6 from animal products can definitely feed those pathways. That sets the table like gas in the kitchen where a.... Read More

Collagen Diet: Collagen-Rich Foods for Healthy Joints, and Skin

We know collagen is going to help with the joints because we know half of your bones are protein. We need good building blocks for our cartilaginous tissue and ligamentous tissue. Frankly, most people get most of their protein from.... Read More

Natural Herbs and Foods to Help Fight Stress

When you're stressed, what are the important things? Blood sugar stability is really important because most people get on a roller coaster when they get stressed, meaning they're overly gravitating towards alcohol and towards refined sugar. Their blood sugar goes.... Read More

Vitamin D Benefits You Should Know

Vitamin D has a couple of different benefits. Let's go over some of the benefits. We've talked about the natural antibiotic that's being produced by vitamin D, which is called cathelicidin, a kind of antibacterial enzyme. It is super helpful.... Read More

Nutrients to Help Make Serotonin to Help Improve Mood and Sleep

In today's blog, I am going to share with you the natural ways to boost your serotonin levels and other alternatives. Let's talk about nutrients to help support serotonin levels. Click here to consult with a functional medicine doctor to.... Read More

Effective Ways to Increase Your Vitamin D Levels

Back in the 1980s, a guy named Edgar Hope-Simpson proposed that a seasonal stimulus was intimately associated with seasonal epidemic influenza. Long story short, winter comes and then all of the sudden viruses become more of a prevalent issue. There.... Read More

The Top 5 Reasons Why Your Estrogen Levels are High – Men & Women!

Let’s talk about the top 5 reasons why your estrogen levels are high. We’re going to break them down today. WHAT ARE ESTROGENS? First, let’s look at the 3 major kinds of estrogens: E1 or estrone, E2 or estradiol, and.... Read More

Top 5 Warning Signs of Hormonal Imbalance

Let’s talk about hormones. I'm going to dive into a couple of clinical pearls that I see in my practice from working with hundreds of female patients and male patients which have a major effect on modulating and supporting hormonal.... Read More

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