I received my nutritional genetics results, and this is what I have learned As a physician assistant, I often talk about how to make a healthy lifestyle more realistic. We talk about making healthy nutritional choices, vitamin and mineral supplementation, meal planning and prepping, healthy snacking, good eating habits, and
Nutritional Genetic Testing…The nutritional genetics test reveals the relationship between genes, nutrition and health.
Why Nutritional Genetic Testing? Nutritional Genetic Testing…Why is it that some people can eat a high saturated fat diet and not be as affected by it as others? We are all different and our bodies work different. Our bodies metabolize and absorb the nutrients based on our unique DNA. The internet
Whether you are young, middle age, or older, experiencing postpartum or a woman experiencing pre or post menopause, you should feel vibrant, energetic, happy, curious, and full of life- mentally, physically, spiritually and emotionally. If not, maybe there is something more going on…. My personal struggles Throughout my 30’s,
Why do so many of us regain weight that we worked so hard to lose? Here are some of the top reasons. Your Diet Was Too Restrictive If you cut out a large amount of calories and spend hours each day at the gym, you will lose the weight. However,
Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy using the pellet method has changed the manner in which women age. In the past, women died more frequently in childbirth, PMS was an imaginary problem, and menopause, with all of its age-related infirmities, was just another stage of life to be endured and lived with.
Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States. Researchers estimate that 595,690 Americans will die from cancer in 2016. That means about 1,600 deaths per day, on average. Cancer is most commonly treated with a combination of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. Many different diet strategies have
Women who use hormone replacement therapy to relieve the symptoms of menopause significantly improve their chances at a longer life due to a decreased risk of heart attack or stroke, according to new research. A study conducted at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles looked at the health records