Axel F. Sigurðsson
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More than eight million people in the U.S., almost 4% of the population, are estimated to suffer from gout. The disease often causes severe pain and physical disability. Gout is associated with increased blood levels of uric acid, called hyperuricemi...
Michael Ruscio
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We often think of nutrition as things like protein, carbs, and fats. However, movement is an important nutrient also. We need the right balance of movement nutrients (cardio, strength training, and stretching) to maintain optimum health.  Additionall...
Isadora Guggenheim
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Acute back pain typically has a positive prognosis, even if it is with sciatica, meaning improvement within the first month of treatment. Non-pharmacological treatments are usually the first options considered in patients with chronic low back pain. ...
Bulletproof
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Why you should listen – Diet-induced inflammation is responsible for the majority of all health-related diseases in the United States. Eating unhealthy foods does more than just make you fat and clog your arteries with plaque, it also negatively affe...
Jeffry Gerber
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Mike Mutzel from High Intensity Health visited our office for a chat. Here is a summary of our conversation: After nearly 11 years of consulting in the functional medicine space, doctors still ask me (Mike) how to lower cholesterol. “What supplem...
Mark's Daily Apple
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Time and again I find myself on the topic of eggs. I’m a fan really. In fact, I had them for breakfast just this morning (as most mornings).They’re one of nature’s true superfoods after all—pre-packaged and ready to enjoy however you see fit. The hea...
Catherine Shanahan
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When active people get sore feet, the diagnosis is often plantar fasciitis and the prescription is often rest. This post describes how, if you have plantar fasciitis and are an active person, staying active might be more therapeutic than staying enti...
Paleo f(x)
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If there’s one thing we know in the Paleo community, it’s that we aren’t that different from our ancestors. We’ve inherited a lot from them, but we have very different struggles. For them, health came as a result of survival – movement, sleep, and su...
Johnny Gomes
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I think that it is reasonable to state that we are in an epidemic of chronic disease.  The rates of conditions like Type 2 Diabetes, Coronary Artery Disease, Hypertension, Strokes, Alzheimer’s Disease, Cancers, Autoimmunity, Depression, Hormone Imbal...
Ellen Antoine
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As Functional Medicine specialists at Vine Healthcare, we diagnose and treat very complex metabolic conditions, environmental toxicities, and chronic infectious diseases. One of the most commonly missed, misdiagnosed, or inadequately treated infectio...
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