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Confessions of a Health Coach

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Health Blog

Things You Don’t Expect a Health Coach to Say: I Hate Exercise   Yep. I said it. I don’t like to exercise. OK, let me clarify that. I don’t like to exercise for the sake of exercising.  What I love is being active. Basically, what that means is you are not too apt to find […]

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Fats 101: Is Eating Fats Healthy or Harmful?

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Health Blog

Which is the Best Health Choice to Eat Fats or Avoid Them? Kristy Hall was interviewed recently on the subject of fats. The question came up, as it often does is eating fats healthy for us or is that a poor health choice. The answer, as it turns out is that absolutely YES, eating fats […]

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Supporting Epigenetics Reverses Chronic Disease

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Epigenetics, Health Blog

Why Epigenetics Is Important When Seeking Optimal Health I recently had a client in my office who wanted to be sure that she had all her ducks in a row regarding her health as she approaches retirement. During our brief conversation she suggested, based on reading that she had done, that supporting epigenetics doesn’t really […]

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Epigenetics, Nutrition, and Our Health: How What We Eat Could Affect Tags on Our DNA

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Epigenetics, Health Blog

What is Epigenetics? I was recently interviewed by Bailey Kirkpatrick of the website WhatIsEpigenetics.com and was pleased to see our conversation appear on her website. Epigenetics, if you haven’t already heard me talk about it, is my specialty. It is a way for me to delve into each client’s unique DNA and create a health […]

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Epigenetics: Preventing Hereditary Diseases

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Genetic Weaknesses, Health Blog

Epigenetics Shows Idiopathic Scoliosis May not be so Idiopathic When we, as medical professionals, don’t know how or why a disease develops, we say it is idiopathic. For example, when adolescents develop scoliosis, it is called “adolescent idiopathic scoliosis.”  This is a condition that is more than a passing interest for me.  You see, my […]

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