Woman’s Health

By: Dr.Tamara Weinstein Director of Sales and Continued Education for Health & Nutrition Many women accept things like menstrual complaints, gaining weight, low interest in sex, hot flashes and brain fog as “normal”.  ALL these things are COMMON.  NONE OF...

Detoxification

By: Tamara Weinstein, PT, DPT, MS, CCN, Director of Sales & Continued Education for Health & Nutrition Many times, when people just do not feel right, they have a combination of complaints where neither they, nor their doctor, can pinpoint...

A Steppingstone to a Clear Head

Often, individuals look for “brain hacks”, “shortcuts”, or a “quick fix” simply to gain a few more hours of daily productivity.  While understandable in our fast-paced, hyper-stimulated world, this regularly comes at the expense of sleep, personal time and ultimately...

Eat Clean, Get Dirty

Ancient nutrients, walking barefoot in the grass and Soil Based Organisms What’s in YOUR green smoothie? Are you living a “mind-is-full” or a mindful kind of day? How many sprouted grains do you consume, and did you get your recommended...

Exercise, the Hippocampus and Post-traumatic ...

According to the CDC ~1.6 million to 3.8 million concussions / year.   5-10% of these concussions are accounted for by athletes during their season. The CDC states  <10% have LOC with American Football and boxing being the highest “at risk” ...

Magnesium…It Does A Body Good.

Magnesium is essential- Meaning your body cannot synthesize it de novo. If you can not make it! you need to take it! Magnesium proves to be one of the more important minerals for its impact on so many metabolic pathways....

The Endocannabinoid System

The body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a communication system that is very extensive and elaborate. It consists of three main components: endocannabinoids, cannabinoid receptors, and the enzymes that break the cannabinoids down. The ECS exists in many areas of our...

HEALTHY MIND = HEALTHY BODY

There is great evidence to support that consuming a healthy diet rich in color, i.e. antioxidant rich foods, may have benefits for maintaining healthy cognitive and metabolic function. Certain vitamins and minerals, as well as foods with a high ORAC...