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Women aren't just different from men on the outside but also on the inside. See how we address sexual health, urinary and bladder health and BHRT Bioidentical hormone relacement.  Read more...










It really is all about testosterone ... and how it affects a man's health.  Andropause and somatopause can be very sneaky.  Many individuals  suffer with energy, memory, concentration, weight gain, fatigue and pain issues for years  before discovering the hormonal root cause.  Learn more...







Aging Is Effected By Your DNA

Your body follows the commands it receives from the brain. It takes whatever resources received (food, rest, water, nutrients, etc.) and makes the best use it can for your continual survival and biological cell aging.   These are unconscious choices  … made without you actively thinking about it.The “command instruction manual” is based on programing in your DNA.  …But DNA Is Not Destiny


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Stress Weight

Stress makes you gain weight and effects your ability to loose weight. Learn how to manage stress  weight.


Toxins wreck your health. Learn how to get them out and keep them out of your body.

Gut Health

Most chronic illness start with poor gut health. Learn the key factors to maintaining a  healthy gut.

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Fatty Liver: Natural Tips to Restore Liver Health

Is Your Liver Sluggish? Restore Its Health and Get Your Vitality Back: You might think that a sluggish liver is something that only heavy drinkers or fans of fried food have to worry about. However, conditions like fatty liver are becoming increasingly common among people who don’t drink much alcohol at all. In fact, fatty liver affects up to 25 to 30 percent of us.  And its effects can be far-reaching.   Hepatic Steatosis Let’s start with an important distinction. It is true that alcoholics are more prone to fatty Read More …

Sensational Skin

Reverse Sun Damage Summer was fun while it lasted, but unfortunately you are now noticing the subtle aging effects the sun can have on your skin. Even with the use of sunscreens, it is hard to avoid UV exposure during the summer months. Winter is the perfect time to refresh your look with the many treatment choices designed to reverse the effects of sun damage. chemical peels, micro-needling, dermabrasion and cosmetic Botox® and fillers.   Angela Evans, Plastic Surgery Nurse Practitioner and Licensed Esthetician, says “The combination of sun exposure and Read More …

Go Bananas!

A Favorite Super Food From a protective standpoint, bananas are high in a variety of compounds, many of which are antioxidants. While blueberries, acai, and other fruits get more time in the antioxidant spotlight, bananas are especially loaded with these compounds, thereby helping to reduce premature aging of the body’s cells. Alpha linolenic acid, one of these compounds, demonstrates significant antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer activity. Alpha linolenic acid also boosts immune function and enhances blood circulation. Bananas are a great source of the super-protective compounds kaempferol and quercetin. These compounds Read More …

Combating Chronic Inflammation

Inflammation Is The Body’s Response To Injury And Disease Like when you have swelling and redness around a wound or twisted joint, or fever while your immune system battles an illness. In the short run, inflammation can be helpful. Howevever chronic inflammation has been linked to a range of conditions, and some evidence indicates lifestyle  – including what we eat – may contribute to inflammation. “The role of chronic inflammation in various diseases – obesity, Type 2 diabetes, arthritis, certain cancers – is fairly well-accepted in the scientific community,” says Whitney Linsenmeyer, an Read More …