epigenetics reverses chronic disease puzzle

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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How to Effectively Fight the Fire of Inflammation

By Kristy Hall
Categories: chronic disease, Health Blog, Inflammation

Symptom Relief Doesn’t Stop Inflammation In our last post we talked about how traditional Western medicine likes to treat symptoms to make us feel better. That sounds pretty good, right? After all, isn’t that what we want most of all when we are hurting? For urgent or short-term situations, treating the symptoms might just be […]

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What do Cancer and Alzheimer’s Have in Common?

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

Cancer, Heart Disease, Diabetes, Depression and Alzheimer’s All Have 1 Thing in Common: Inflammation Cancer Cancer doesn’t form in your body simply because of inflammation, but we are learning that inflammation plays a critical role. One of the things that makes cancer scary is that normal cells transform into cancer cells. In order for that […]

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Healthcare’s Next Frontier: Preventative Care

By Kristy Hall
Categories: chronic disease, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, Health Blog, Pain, Pain relief

It’s amusing to me how health insurance covers a preventative healthcare appointment each year.  The doctor looks you over and runs a CBC and Chem screen (common blood tests).  The lab report tells your doctor and you if you are in “normal” ranges.  (How “normal” is defined in a topic for another blog.  Suffice it […]

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Say Goodbye to the Pain Holding You Down

By Kristy Hall
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Learn the 5 top nutritional deficiencies leading to pain and fatigue as well as tasty foods rich in those nutrients, the roles hormones play in making every muscle ache and the telltale tests doctors may not run, how your current exercise program may be working against you and how to move smarter. Come learn how […]

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