GI Tract

4 Steps to Better Digestion

Most of the time, we take our digestive system for granted. But when it goes out of whack it’s a whole different story and digestive issues can quickly become all-encompassing.  Stomach pain, gas, bloating, diarrhea, frequent bowel movements,…

Woman with chronic pain

You Can Take Control of Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is a common and complex problem affecting 20–30% of the population of Western countries. The pharmaceutical industry has garnered billions of dollars in painkiller and anti-inflammatory sales, yet this hasn’t come without potential…

stress and hormones

Happy Hormones, Happy Mind.

Fluctuating moods are normal. Feeling lethargic after a long day, the ever-growing pressures of keeping up with work, family, relationships, health, irritability close to menstruation, and prolonged sadness after a personal loss or trauma are all…

healthy aging

Top Tips for Healthy Aging

We have more aging adults alive today than at any other time in history. This is no small feat. With advances in medicine, better access to resources, and improvement in our general quality of life, living well into our 80s and beyond is a realistic…

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Digestive Issues? Here’s What You Can Do to Tame Them

“After your meal, sit a while, then walk a mile.” - Dr. Bernard Jensen   Good digestion. When it’s all working smoothly, we tend to take it for granted, but when things get out of balance it can quickly become all we think about. Heartburn,…

natural relief chronic pain

Lifestyle Factors to Reduce Pain and Inflammation

Chronic pain is a common and complex problem affecting 20–30% of the population of Western countries. The pharmaceutical industry has garnered billions of dollars in painkiller and anti-inflammatory sales, yet this hasn’t come without potential…

collagen

Step Into the Fall Season with Collagen

By Dr. David M. Brady and Danielle Moyer, MS, CNS   The fall season - what’s not to love? Warm drinks, pumpkin patches, and holidays with loved ones. Oh, and dry skin and achy joints. There may be a way to enjoy all the good parts of fall without…

vitamin k

What is Vitamin K and Why is it Important?

By Dr. David M. Brady and Danielle Moyer, MS, CNS   Vitamin A = Eyes. Calcium = Bones. What about vitamin K? Vitamin K doesn’t get as much press as other vitamins, but that does not mean it is less important. The “K” in vitamin K originates…

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Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS)

By Dr. David M. Brady and Danielle Moyer, MS   Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS) is a condition with newfound fame. MCAS first emerged in the 1980s, but has gained recognition and started to appear in the medical literature at a growing rate in…

Sun Exposure: The Bright and Dark Sides

By Dr. David M. Brady and Danielle Moyer, MS   Summer is here and the sun is out! Being cooped up in our homes for the last year has made many of us seek every opportunity to step outside and experience the fresh air. If you ask yourself, “Do I have…

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