Fatique, Digestive Issues and Unexplained Illnesses?

Your diet might be killing you My journey in my early thirties was to reclaim the well-being I slowly realized had disappeared from my life. I was chronically fatigued, had constant headaches, body aches, allergies and sinus problems and a long list of other physical complaints. I was actually on hiatus from a career in…

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Shopping Bag Full Of Supplements

One of my least favorite visits when handling a Nutrition Response Testing case is what I call the “shopping bag visit.” The shopping bag visit is the visit when I ask the patient to bring in any other supplements they were taking when they decided to begin seeing me. These might be supplements their last…

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Purification!

So you might need to cleanse if you…  have chronic stuffy nose/sinusitis  are chronically fatigued or have difficulty sleeping  have digestion and/or other gastrointestinal issues like bloating, constipation, etc.  crave certain foods like salt or sugar  have difficulty losing weight  have a low libido  aren’t happy with your skin  have joint and tendon issues  …

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Yoga: Brooklyn-Style!

I’ve had a yoga practice for a very long time…before yoga was a “thing,” before young and old throughout every corner of the city toted yoga mats in cute little bags; before Lululemon had even sketched a pair of designer yoga pants! I learned a lot through my practice: about balance–whether I was standing on…

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Into the Fire…From 9 to 90!

From 9 to 90 sounded better but in reality what I wanted to write about this week is the age range of people currently on a Nutrition Response Testing program in our office. We’re delighted to be working with the cutest couple of gals–Neveah, an adorable 4-yr-old who just started preschool and Betty, a feisty…

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Into the Fire!

        We’re blogging! So if you’ve read my bio you know that before my health took my life and career in a new direction, I was a magazine editor and aspired to be a writer. Well, I guess I’ve come full circle with the decision to blog. I hope to write weekly…

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