How to Survive the Holidays When You Have Food Sensitivities

If you have food sensitivities or are on a special diet it can be stressful navigating social meals over the holidays . Here are some tips so you can spend your energy having gratitude for family and friends–not feeling bloated or getting diarrhea. ⁠

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December 8, 2019

Even When It’s Cold Outside-It’s a Glorious 180 Degrees in the Sauna

There is good research on saunas —thank you Finland!—showing saunas reduce inflammation, promote relaxation, reduce the risk of stroke and heart attacks, improve other cardiovascular health markers, and increase athletic endurance.

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December 7, 2019

Tis The Season of Beautiful Fall Colors, Pumpkin Spice and . . . Seasonal Affective Disorder

It’s that time of year again. Everyone is admiring the beautiful colored trees, carving pumpkins, getting out their sweater collection, and drinking pumpkin chai. But there is a darker side to this time of year for people who experience depression and other symptoms associated with the decrease in light in fall and winter. It often starts out as feeling a little more anxious, irritable, or tired. It can creep up slowly until suddenly it’s December and realize you are in the thick of it.

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October 29, 2019

White Bean & Veggie Soup Recipe — From Dr. Hulsing’s Kitchen

This soup is great for everyone and especially for boosting fertility. It is high in FOLATE, BETA CAROTENE, and CALCIUM which are important fertility nutrients for men and women trying to conceive. ⁣One serving has 20 grams of protein and 14 grams of fiber.

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February 28, 2019

Boost Fertility With A Healthy Microbiome

By now you may have probably heard the word “microbiome” which refers to the human body hosting millions of microorganisms that work together with our own cells to influence our health. (It is literally a few pounds worth of bacteria that would fill up a soup can!!!) You may know the microbiome influences digestion but did you know that it can also have a major impact on fertility–including conception, pregnancy and the health of baby.

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February 18, 2019

Turkey Veggie Hash Recipe — From Dr. Hulsing’s Kitchen

Now that I know my organic gluten free oatmeal is likely killing me slowly with glyphosate from roundup herbicide, I have made it a point to minimize oats in my breakfast menu. Turkey Veggie Hash has now made it into the rotation. Check out my recipe!

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February 15, 2019

Fragrance —The Other Dirty F Word

Fragrance is a word used to describe one or more of thousands of undisclosed chemical ingredients. Thanks to consumerism trends, it is found in almost every personal care and household product you can buy and may be sabotaging your hormone health and fertility.

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February 1, 2019

Let’s Hear it for the Boys: Preconception Sperm Health is More Important Than You Think

Spending at least three months prior to conception focused on nutrition, healthy lifestyle choices, and a sperm-safe environment is an absolute must for every father-to-be/sperm donor.

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June 30, 2018

Say Goodbye to Allergies, Naturally

It’s that time of year when nature is awakening and flowers color the landscape. Unfortunately for many people, this also means the time of year for congestion, sneezing, running nose, and itchy eyes from allergies. If you are one of the millions who suffer from allergy symptoms—listen up!

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May 18, 2018

Pre-Conception Health Planning: Optimize Your Fertility and the Health of Your Baby

Are you thinking about starting or growing your family in the future? There are so many things you can do to prevent problems in pregnancy, optimize the health of your future children, and increase the likelihood of getting pregnant by following a pre-conception health plan.

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April 22, 2015

A Glass of Cabbage Juice a Day Keeps the Ulcers Away

Cabbage is a delightful cruciferous vegetable but chances are you are more familiar with its siblings’ broccoli and cauliflower. So why should cabbage get more attention?

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March 6, 2015

Got Milk? Then You May Have an Increased Risk of Fractures and Early Death

A new study questions the assumption that milk is healthy and reveals our ideas about milk may be based more on successful marketing than strong science.

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October 31, 2014

“Fat Will Make You Fat” and Other Dieting Myths Debunked

In the 1980s fat was blamed for all major health problems which led to a fat-free, high carb diet craze and the birth of many dieting myths.

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June 17, 2014

Medjool Dates:The Nutritious Natural Sweetener

The Medjool date has been granted the nickname “king of dates” and for good reason–It is an enormous, chewy orb of saccharinity. Ditch the sugar and corn syrup and use this nutritious fruit to sweeten your recipes instead.

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February 16, 2014

The Breakfast of Champions–And It’s Not Wheaties!

Say goodbye to frozen waffles and processed cereal. Here are 10 ideas to get you started on your way to a delicious, healthy breakfast fit for champions.

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January 13, 2014

8 Tips for a Smarter, Happier, Healthier You Through Movement & Exercise

The research is in–exercise makes us smarter, happier, and healthier. Here are 8 tips to help you achieve your fitness goals and gain a multitude of benefits in the process.

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October 22, 2013

Regular Bedtimes May Be The Answer to Improving Your Child’s Behavior, Mood, & Concentration

Use these guidelines to help children create positive sleep habits and routines that support their mental, emotional, and physical health.

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October 15, 2013

Self-Care Practices For A Balanced, Vital Life

Do you think self-care, rest and relaxation is for the self-indulgent? If so, your health is likely suffering because of it. Answer these 5 questions to assess your current self-care routine and create healthy practices necessary for a balanced, vital life.

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September 20, 2013

The Real Skinny On Dieting For Weight Loss

Cutting through the confusion and contradicting information about dieting and weight loss. Here’s what the latest research is showing.

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July 30, 2013

Is A Gluten Free Diet For You? And What Exactly Is Gluten? Your Questions Answered

Gluten free diets are becoming more common but there is still much confusion surrounding this diet. Here are the answers to frequently asked questions about gluten and the health problems associated with it.

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July 29, 2013

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