Anti-Aging & Functional Medicine

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There is a lot of fear surrounding aging. Many people are afraid of losing their memory, vision, mobility and becoming frail, ill, or dependent. While no one has a crystal ball and can predict what will happen day to day, there is a recipe for healthy aging. The process by which we age is as foll... Read More
Group of people performing resistance exercise training
Muscle loss is common as we age. It starts when we are young. Beginning in your 30’s. muscle loss is about 3-5% per decade. You not only begin to look flabby, but losing muscle also has serious health consequences. Sarcopenia, the medical term for loss of muscle tissue, is a natural part of the ag... Read More
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Aging can be challenging. As we age, hormones decline, our immune system becomes impaired, memory is elusive, our muscles waste, our skin sags and this may cause frailty and is a set up for illness. If we look at how we age, we get rusty, crusty, fat and inflamed. This means the process of oxidation... Read More
Something is off and you know it. You are moody, tired, gaining weight, can’t sleep and perhaps getting sick a lot. Aren’t you tired of hearing from your doctors that you are just getting old or everything is normal when you know it’s not? It could be your hormones. Hormonal imbalances pres... Read More

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Is Intermittent fasting the solution to your diet woes? You may be tired of adhering to a strict diet just to maintain your weight. For some people any type of fast can seem daunting. Yet fasting has been a part of the cycles of life for ages.

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Do you want to live longer and also live healthier? The quality of your life is as important as the quantity or length. Jules Renard said, “It’s not how old you are, it’s how you are old” Besides food, what will make the difference in how you age and how you feel no matter what your age are ... Read More
health & wellness myths
Growing up, were you ever told that cracking your knuckles would give you arthritis? Or perhaps you were warned it would take your body seven years to digest a swallowed piece of gum? These and many other health & wellness myths have since been disproven thanks to... Read More
healthy holiday skin
During the holiday season, you might overindulge, under sleep and overstress. It can show on your face and skin making you look haggard and stressed.  In the north, dry air, cold, harsh winds and stress can take its toll on skin, our most exposed organ. You can look ... Read More
health benefits of gratitude
The holiday season has a way of shining a light on everything there is to be grateful for over the past year. While Thanksgiving serves as a spirited reminder to be especially mindful of expressing gratitude, giving thanks should not end solely because its namesake ho... Read More
The rapid succession of holidays this time of year all have one major theme in common: an overabundance of food. After celebrating the season with handfuls of Halloween candy, a plump Thanksgiving turkey and sugary Christmas cookies, many people are eager to quickly d... Read More