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Is Your Gut Healthy? How to Tell

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Many experts believe that a healthy gut is the foundation for overall health, and that keeping your digestive system healthy should be a priority. However, maintaining a healthy gut can be more difficult than it seems due to the toxins we encounter every day. There are many things that can disrupt the delicate balance in…

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The Thyroid’s Connection to Weight Loss

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Thyroid issues are one of the most common health issues in America, and it can have many different symptoms. One of the most common symptoms of a thyroid imbalance is poor weight management. In this week’s episode, Dr. Lewis will discuss the thyroid’s connection to weight loss and offer some tips on how you can…

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Brain Fog, Low Energy, Motivation?

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Have you been struggling to think clearly, or found it difficult to complete the tasks on your to-do list? Low energy and brain fog are issues we see often, and they can have many different causes. Since there are so many potential causes, there are also many potential solutions. In this week’s episode, Brain Fog,…

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Is Your Toxic Burden Stopping Weight Loss?

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Many people want to lose weight, and they have often tried diet and lifestyle changes with little results. While there can be several contributing factors to this like hormone imbalances, mold exposure, and imbalanced thyroid function, one of the lesser-known influences is your toxic burden. Toxic burden refers to the cumulative exposure you have had…

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Rev Up Your Metabolism

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Low energy and difficulty losing weight are common issues that most Americans struggle with. In some cases, the cause can be a simple nutritional deficiency or an unknown food sensitivity, but it can be difficult to pinpoint the cause. In this week’s episode, we’ll discuss how to help rev up your metabolism through supplementation and…

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Probiotic’s Relationship to the Brain

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Probiotics have been growing in popularity over the last several years, with people touting benefits like helping with depresssion and other emotional disorders, increasing immune health, reducing symptoms of certain digestive conditions, and much more. Although people have different experiences with probiotics, there is a lot of research backing these claims, but the quality of…

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Thyroid – The small gland that makes a BIG difference!

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Hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism are conditions that affect the thyroid gland and can mean an underactive or overactive thyroid. The thyroid is a small gland that does a lot; responsible for releasing hormones that are crucial to many important functions like regulation of metabolism, heart rate, breathing, and body temperature. It also effects cholesterol levels, mood,…

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What Gut Type Are You?

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Good gut health is so important to your overall health. An imbalance in the gut may contribute to the development of issues like allergies, skin conditions, depression, anxiety, insomnia, and even some autoimmune diseases and certain types of cancer. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to help heal your gut and reduce inflammation.…

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How Stress Ages Us

Chronic stress affects many people and can be caused by financial struggles, marital issues, health issues, demanding careers, or a number of other different things. We may think chronic stress just makes us tired and more agitated, but we often don’t consider the effects it can have on our body. Stress can age us and…

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Tachycardia

Tachycardia generally refers to a resting heart rate that is higher than one-hundred beats per minute. Some potential reasons for an elevated heart rate are stress, anxiety, physical exertion through exercise or a physically demanding task, anemia, anger, certain medications, heart damage, congenital heart problems, high blood pressure, hyperthyroidism, and some other medical conditions. Heart…

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