Inflammation: Root of Evil in the Body

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Alzheimer's, Cancer, Health Blog, Inflammation

Reduce Inflammation NOW to Avoid Cancer, Heart Disease, and Alzheimer’s Later Inflammation not only causes pain, it is also at the root of cancer development, heart disease and Alzheimer’s. The good news is you don’t have to be the victim! You can control inflammation by … 1. What You Eat Kick the sugar habit! Craving something sweet? […]

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Histamine Intolerance: It’s Not Just Pollen and Pets

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Health Blog

Functional Nutritionist’s Recommendations to Calm Histamine Intolerance Most of us know about anti-histamines. We take them to relieve our itchy eyes and runny noses during “allergy season.” We might take them to be able to breathe around a beloved pet. Or we might use them for minor emergencies such as bee stings. All of these […]

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Functional Nutritionist’s Advice When Facing Cancer

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Cancer, Epigenetics, Health Blog, nutritionist

Cancer Prevention and Support from a Functional Nutritionist’s Perspective There are few things in life as terrifying as getting a cancer diagnosis. Whether it is your health that’s in question or that of a family member, this is scary stuff. I know firsthand. You see, my family seems to rock the cancer diagnoses. My father […]

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Prevent Ulcerative Colitis with Tasty Food

By Kristy Hall
Categories: chronic disease, Health Blog

Natural Ways to Prevent Ulcerative Colitis “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” ~ Benjamin Franklin Or in the case of ulcerative colitis, an ounce of prevention is worth years of worry … and pain! If you’ve been keeping up with my blog, then you know my hair has been on fire […]

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Genetic Testing for Health: How Your Data Can be Used

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Health Blog

Your Genetic DNA Data: Privacy Concerns and Benefits to Testing As a Functional Nutritionist there is a lot I can do to help clients improve their health. I gather data from my clients regarding family history and their symptoms. This may, or may not be, enough information to make smart nutritional and lifestyle changes. For […]

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