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Thriving through the Holidays: Gifts of Health, Wellness and Generosity

Thriving through the Holidays: Gifts of Health, Wellness and Generosity

Thriving through the Holidays: Gifts of Health, Wellness, and Generosity   The holiday season is marked by food, family and of course gifts. Gift-giving is not only a big contributor to the stress of the season but also a big contributor to trash and waste. Americans throw out 25 percent more garbage between Thanksgiving and […]

By Stephen Fogg | Posted in Dr NP, Healthy Life, Uncategorized | Leave a comment
Brain-Healthy Lentil Soup

Brain-Healthy Lentil Soup

Christina Ferrare recently published a book called Food for Thought which contains brain-healthy recipes. We’re sharing one of her tasty recipes: South African Red Lentil Soup with Spiced Oil SPICED OIL: 1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil 1 small garlic clove smashed 2 teaspoons dried mint, crumbled 1 teaspoon paprika 2 teaspoons red pepper flakes […]

The Relaxation Response

The Relaxation Response

The Relaxation Response is a simple, effective, mind/body approach to relieving stress.  Some qualities of the Relaxation Response include… Decreased heart rate Decreased blood pressure Lower respiratory rate Lower pulse rate Decreased oxygen consumption Decreased muscle tension Reduction of cortisol Reduction of noradrenaline Steps for the Relaxation Response Sit quietly in a comfortable position. Close […]

By Madeline Groves | Posted in Healthy Life, Lifestyle Medicine, Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

Monday Motivation: Prediabetic Prevention

Did you know that 1 out of 3 adults have prediabetes? Of those, 77% chance of progressing to diabetes in their lifetime. Studies show there are things we can do in our life to reverse the effects of prediabetes, including eliminating processed foods from our diet. Join Dr. Tracy to learn about what you can […]

Monday Motivation: Perception and Mindset During the Holidays

During the holiday season, it’s important to be thankful and grateful for what we have in this life. We now know that mindset and attitude can have direct influences on the successes at work and on the field. It’s important to be thankful and grateful for what we have in this life. But we should […]

Chicken-Apple Breakfast Sausage

Chicken-Apple Breakfast Sausage

Looking for something fresh and healthy that the whole family will love this Thanksgiving, give this recipe a try and surprise them all with Chicken Sausage. Ingredients: 1 medium tart apple chopped with the peel!                                            ½ t black pepper ½ small onion, minced                                                                                 1 ½ lb. ground organic chicken 3 T fresh sage leaves, minced                                                                   […]

Our Diets Are Killing Us And Doctors Aren’t Trained To Help

Our Diets Are Killing Us And Doctors Aren’t Trained To Help

This article was published by The Hill on October 18, 2019. It was written by Emily M. Broad Lieb, Drs. Stephen DeVries and Walter Willet What if your doctor failed to talk to you about the most important threat to your health? Wouldn’t you worry about the quality of your health care? Poor quality diet […]

Monday Motivation: Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Did you know that November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month? Dr. Fletcher brings awareness to it and shares what you can do to slow down the causes of Alzheimer’s disease in this Monday Motivation.  

Green Tea Infused Steel Cut Oats with Apples, Ginger and Walnuts

Green Tea Infused Steel Cut Oats with Apples, Ginger and Walnuts

Infusing oats with green tea bumps up the antioxidant values. Adding nuts, oil and flax help slow the absorption of the carbohydrates to stabilize blood sugar throughout the day. Ingredients: 3 cups of water                                                                             1 cup unpeeled, diced organic apple 3 organic green tea bags                                                          1/3 cup toasted walnuts, chopped 1 cup steel-cut oats                                                                     2 […]

Monday Motivation: Probiotics During Cold & Flu Season

Cold & Flu season is here, and while we can follow the recommended guidelines, they’re not 100% guaranteed to keep the flu away. One thing being overlooked by Americans to help during cold & flu season are Probiotics. Dr. Palermo explains in this Monday Motivation.