November is Diabetes Awareness Month

2021-11-07T16:34:41-08:00

From the National Institutes of Health (NIH) November is National Diabetes Month, a time to bring an awareness to the increasing prevalence of diabetes in the United States. This year’s focus is on prediabetes and preventing diabetes. Prediabetes is a serious health condition where your blood sugar levels are higher than normal, but not high [...]

November is Diabetes Awareness Month2021-11-07T16:34:41-08:00

Soup Season! Thai Pumpkin Soup

2021-10-06T12:01:04-07:00

From the kitchen of Dr Chelsea Eilts In Classical Chinese medicine, golden-orange is the color of the digestive meridians. Autumn time foods such as butternut squash and pumpkin are considered to be nourishing and supportive of digestive health. As an added bonus, these squashes are loaded with vitamin A which supports immunity. Thai Pumpkin Soup [...]

Soup Season! Thai Pumpkin Soup2021-10-06T12:01:04-07:00

The Sunshine Vitamin

2021-07-02T18:45:39-07:00

By Chelsea Eilts, ND, MSOM, LAc Vitamin D is the one essential vitamin that your body produces on its own when given enough sun exposure. However, for people living north of the San Francisco latitude, there is insufficient UVB exposure to make enough of this vitamin outside of the summer months. Certain foods do contain [...]

The Sunshine Vitamin2021-07-02T18:45:39-07:00

Delicious Summer Salad Recipe

2021-07-02T18:49:12-07:00

By Lisa Thompson, ND Now that we are well into summer we have an abundance of fresh, healthy herbs from the garden, farmer’s market and grocery store. This recipe calls for 3 different herbs and is packed with nutrients and flavor. The rainbow of veggies and herbs are rich in antioxidants and provide all [...]

Delicious Summer Salad Recipe2021-07-02T18:49:12-07:00

Recipe – Green Goddess Smoothie

2021-04-01T15:37:17-07:00

By Dr Chelsea Eilts, ND, LAc This delicious, healthy Green Goddess Smoothie is a great way to start the day or refresh yourself after a workout. This recipe is gluten-free, without added sugars. Substitutions are suggested for folks who are vegan. This smoothie is loaded with healthy nutrients to do your body and mind some [...]

Recipe – Green Goddess Smoothie2021-04-01T15:37:17-07:00

Nettle – Stinging But Helpful, Especially During Spring Allergies

2021-03-01T15:35:24-08:00

By Dr. Sarah Larson, ND, LAc Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica, Urtica urens or Urtica radix) has been used medicinally for centuries and has several therapeutic benefits, including the relief of pain, treatment of urinary tract infection, reduction of enlarged prostate and powerful antihistamine properties (hello, allergy season!). Commonly found in nearly every state in the U.S., you [...]

Nettle – Stinging But Helpful, Especially During Spring Allergies2021-03-01T15:35:24-08:00

Salad Recipe

2020-03-17T07:40:51-07:00

by Dr. Greg Lamont-Mitchell Making a salad every day is time-consuming; there is a lot of chopping and it can be a bit messy. Salads also don’t tend to store very well, usually going bad in just a few days. To make salad prep easier and less time consuming, use the following mix as a [...]

Salad Recipe2020-03-17T07:40:51-07:00

Supplements: you get what you pay for

2020-03-17T07:41:15-07:00

We get asked almost every day about what supplement brands are best and which are the best value. The answers to these questions are not easy. There are many factors involved in selecting which brand is right for you. The most important factor, of course, is efficacy. Other issues range from budget to having allergies [...]

Supplements: you get what you pay for2020-03-17T07:41:15-07:00
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