Is insurance your friend or foe?

In this article, we give you a behind-the-scenes look at what practitioners in healthcare practices go through to try to work with insurance and why it may not actually be your friend but something that’s hurting your health more than it’s helping it. Let’s also talk about helping to rejuvenate health and improve quality of … Read more
It’s the hormones talking!

It’s the hormones talking!

In this article,  we’re going to reveal major components that affect hormones that you may not be aware of that do make a significant difference in whether we have hormone balance or whether we have hormone dysregulation.    Watch our video here: What we want to talk about today is hormones and hormone imbalances, … Read more
TOP 2 Risk Factors Of Those Who Died From COVID

TOP 2 Risk Factors Of Those Who Died From COVID

In this article, I’m going to review two of the most common denominators found in patients who either died from or struggled with COVID.  Interestingly enough it’s not just COVID it also exists with many other problems. What we really need to be aware of is how to reduce our risk and strengthen our immune … Read more

Warning! How Fatigue Affects the Body

What you Need to Know It is NOT NORMAL to be tired or exhausted. Talking with people all day, every day, I would say about 8/10 adults struggles with something called Subclinical Fatigue – Meaning the person is not completely exhausted but living a lower quality of life because of the effects of the fatigue.  … Read more

What’s Draining Your Battery

What You Need To Know The NERVOUS SYSTEM is what gives energy and life to the body! Part of that is the Autonomic Nervous System – it controls involuntary systems like breathing, heart rate, digestion, blood pressure, immune function. The ANS has 2 parts: The Sympathetic is our fight, flight, or freeze STRESS response. The … Read more

Tiredness or Fatigue: 2.5 Million Americans Suffer with Chronic Fatigue, Don’t be one of them!

TIRED, EXHAUSTED, BURNTOUT, FATIGUED? It might be time to take some action if its Daily Unusual or Excessive for You Not Relieved by a Good Nights Sleep What You Need to Know: Fatigue is extremely prevalent in our country.  Harvard reports that up to 2.5 million Americans suffer with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome at any given … Read more

Why Growing Up Regular is a Good Thing

Bottom Line: Constipation is a common issue many for children. It also stinks for parents. No one enjoys luring their child to the potty with a reward hanging in the balance for a job well done. But, for many families, the frequency of bowel movements with your child can have a significant impact on your … Read more

Kids and Colic

Bottom Line: There’s nothing like the sound of a colicky baby. If you’ve experienced this in the past, I hope that sentence didn’t send shivers down your spine. Colic is characterized by intense crying and fussiness for 3 or more hours a day, which conveniently starts just about the time you are getting ready to … Read more

The ADHD Generation

Bottom Line: Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, is commonly identified when a child has difficulty paying attention and controlling their behavior. Over the past ten years, we have witnessed the rate of children diagnosed with ADHD increase by 42%. The potential for over-diagnosis has caused a lightning rod of controversy within the medical profession as doctors … Read more

The Truth About Ear Infections

Bottom Line: Chronic ear infections, or otitis media, can be frustrating for both a child and their parents. While the child is dealing with the painful inflammation and fluid build-up in the middle ear, many parents find it challenging to decide the best treatment and course of action. Why it Matters: Ear infections are the … Read more