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Detoxing with Infrared Saunas

Toxins are everywhere. They are in the water we drink, the air we breathe, the fabric and products we wear on our skin and the food we eat. Over…

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Fatigue: Why You Shouldn’t Ignore It

It’s normal to feel tired from time to time, especially if you run around without stopping, but when long-term bouts of fatigue and exhaustion linger…

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Why Getting Sleep is Crucial

If you don't get enough sleep, the physical symptoms of dark circles, under eye bags and premature aging are the least of your problems. Most of the…

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Staying Active with Chronic Pain

When you live with chronic pain, exercise is the last thing you want to do. When have been diagnosed with a chronic immune disorder, exercising will…

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Beyond a Gluten Free Diet

Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, barley and oats (unless they are grown in separate fields). In that case, oats can be considered gluten…

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Lyme Disease on the Rise

When the weather is warmer we enjoy more time outdoors and with warm weather comes more exposure to tick bites, which can lead to Lyme Disease. Lyme…

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Iron Deficiency: More Common Than You Might Think

Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional deficiency in the world, affecting 20 to 50% of the world’s population; however, it occurs less…

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Staying Active With Lyme Disease

Muscle weakness and fatigue are common symptoms of Lyme disease. Coupled with nerve pain, neurological issues and depression, it becomes difficult to…

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Exercising for Adrenal Health

Adrenal exhaustion is a serious and unfortunately, very common problem among many. The body feels like it cannot get enough rest. Consistently tired,…

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Lyme’s Impact on Neurological Function

Some patients describe it as a type of “brain fog.” It’s a state of mind where things are hard to remember and it takes longer to process what you…

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