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Greek Feta and Red Pepper Dip

Greek Feta and Red Pepper Dip

This savory dip is a sophisticated appetizer for serving to guests but can also be used a simple salad-topper!   Ingredients: Roasted red pepper 6 oz feta cheese Juice from ½ lemon 1 t fresh oregano 1/2t hot sauce Extra Virgin olive oil Directions: Roast red pepper. Once blackened put in a bowl. Cover tightly […]

Why You Might Want to Give Kundalini Yoga a Try

Why You Might Want to Give Kundalini Yoga a Try

Why You Might Want to Give Kundalini Yoga a Try Kundalini yoga is considered one of the most comprehensive of yoga practice combining meditation, mantra, physical exercise and breathing into one practice. Kundalini is also one of the oldest forms of yoga practice – in fact, it dates to 1000 BC. This ancient practice was […]

Power of Rest in Creating Optimal Health and Wellness

Power of Rest in Creating Optimal Health and Wellness

Power of Rest in Creating Optimal Health and Wellness Courtesy of the Institute of Functional Medicine Rest is one of the most important factors for creating wellness.  Restorative activities can include mental, physical, and/or emotional activities that help to promote resilience.  Particularly if you are under chronic stress, restful activities can break the cycle of […]

Why to Consider an Independent Primary Care Physician

Why to Consider an Independent Primary Care Physician

Independent Primary Care Physicians   Patients have been comforted into a costly daze allowing reimbursement policies to govern their decisions in managing their health.  Meanwhile, reliant on reimbursement revenue for survival, physicians may continuously reshape care delivery to mirror the ever-shifting values of payers.   This period of medicine is drawing quickly to a close.  […]

Your Health is Your Most Valuable Asset

Your Health is Your Most Valuable Asset

Your Health is Your Most Valuable Asset   You can expect to spend a lot more time when you visit a Functional Medicine practitioner than you would with a conventional provider.  You can also expect to do a lot of talking, as a large part of Functional Medicine is exploring your detailed personal and family […]

Monday Motivation: Looking at Small Changes for Big Results

Making several small changes over a period of time often results in larger successes that making one large change.

Monday Motivation | Food Seasonings

Dr. Tracy Larson talks about the seasonings that we put on our foods and how to recognize the good condiments from the bad.      

Thrive 2 Year Anniversary

Thrive 2 Year Anniversary

We’re celebrating our two-year anniversary and want to thank you for supporting us and believing in Functional Medicine.    

By Stephen Fogg | Posted in Monday Motivation, Uncategorized | Leave a comment
The Problem with Plastics

The Problem with Plastics

Over 10,000 chemicals are added to food and food packaging materials in the United States. Many of these chemicals are known carcinogens and have been found to result in adverse health effects.  Multiple negative effects of these chemicals appear by disrupting hormonal signals.  The scientific term for this is ‘endocrine disrupters’ and these types of […]

Healthy Fats for your Heart | Monday Motivation

Healthy Fats for your Heart | Monday Motivation

Dr. Fletcher debunks the myth that fats are bad and shares some great examples of heart-healthy fats