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Do you endure muscle aches or joint pain? Do you feel fatigued, suffer from “brain fog” or feel scattered? Are you moody, depressed or short-tempered? Do you often have headaches or migraines? Good nutrition boosts you physically, mentally and emotionally. What might...Read More
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Nutritional Therapy is part of a growing revolution in the health field that is urgently needed in America today. It is a holistic, science-based approach to wellness rooted in the philosophy that the health problems of today’s society are the result of poor nutrition in the body. This preventative, natural form of health care addresses the fundamental causes of health concerns rather than the symptoms alone. You may already be eating a very appropriate diet, but if you are not digesting properly or are under stress, you may not be getting what you need from your food.
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Call in the Cauliflower!
September 11, 2012
When concerned with anti-aging strategies, fighting off cancer, and reducing inflammation, cruciferous vegetables should be on your plate.
In general, cruciferous veggies are jam-packed with dietary benefits. They are low in calories, and high in fiber, calcium, iron, vitamins A and C, and beneficial enzymes.