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Why is butter back on the table?

2016-05-14T14:05:32-07:00

Why is butter back on the table? by Sarah Larson, ND, LAc Or: Butter never left my table but why am I no longer in trouble for having it there? The old saying, “where there’s smoke there’s fire”, is a good adage. Things that have the ring of truth tend to stick around. Unfortunately, when [...]

Why is butter back on the table?2016-05-14T14:05:32-07:00

Supplements: Not all good, not all bad

2016-05-14T14:06:15-07:00

To Supplement or Not to Supplement, That is the Question (OR: Dietary Supplements: More than 50 Shades of Grey) by Sarah Larson, ND, LAc Should people take dietary supplements? There is a lot of discussion about the health benefits and risks to supplementing one’s diet with additional vitamins and minerals. I’m not talking about taking [...]

Supplements: Not all good, not all bad2016-05-14T14:06:15-07:00

Non-exercise physical activity may reduce heart disease risk

2016-05-14T14:08:37-07:00

Non-exercise physical activity improves heart health (Or: It pays to dust the living room while watching television) By Sarah Larson, ND, LAc While there is no substitute for a regular exercise routine, a recent study from Swedish researchers indicates just getting up and moving around throughout the day rather than sitting can reduce the chance [...]

Non-exercise physical activity may reduce heart disease risk2016-05-14T14:08:37-07:00

Hanging out my shingle

2016-05-14T14:03:56-07:00

Hanging out my shingle By Sarah Larson, ND, LAc This is a curious profession. One goes to medical school for a minimum of six years in order to receive two graduate degrees only to be let loose to pursue a career as one chooses. I opted to spend two years as a resident physician to [...]

Hanging out my shingle2016-05-14T14:03:56-07:00