Low-dose Naltrexone (LDN) Fact Sheet 2015

Low-dose Naltrexone (LDN) Fact Sheet 2015

Low-dose Naltrexone (LDN) Fact Sheet 2015 Naltrexone is a class of drug known as an opiate antagonist. Its normal use is in treating addiction to opiate drugs such as heroin or morphine. The dose used for this purpose is usually between 50 and 300mg daily. Low-dose...
Iron, Your Super Power

Iron, Your Super Power

Wouldn’t we all like a little (or a lot) of superhero power now and then to help us scale life’s various mountains? If you’re nodding “yes” right about now, think iron. Iron is a mineral critical to the circulatory system and...
Metabolic Food Typing

Metabolic Food Typing

FINALLY, THE RIGHT DIET FOR YOU Do you ever feel like no matter what you eat you just don’t feel satisfied? Do you feel like you are doing your best to eat “right” but your body is just not responding the way you hoped? It’s likely because you just aren’t eating right...
Roasted Sunchokes With Garlic

Roasted Sunchokes With Garlic

Roasted sunchokes are simple and delicious. Simplicity can be the spice of life and this recipe offers both. Sunchokes have a delightful flavor that is enhanced in this recipe with fresh minced garlic, parsley and Olive Oil. Roasting makes sunchokes (Jerusalem...
Sunchokes And Your Taste Buds

Sunchokes And Your Taste Buds

Surprise Your Taste Buds with Sunchokes On your next foray down the produce aisle, don’t overlook the wonderful sunchoke, aka Jerusalem Artichoke. These tubers look nothing like an artichoke and are easily mistaken for a strange potato! A native North American...
B Vitamins

B Vitamins

May the Force ‘B’ With You, Vegetarian! Vegetarianism has many health advantages, but a poorly designed diet poses significant health risks. Research shows that vegetarians (and vegans) are vulnerable to deficiencies in two important B vitamins: B12...