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Functional Nutrition Tips for Reducing Anxiety

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Health Blog

I see lots of anxiety in my clinic.  Don’t get me wrong: my space is wonderful and quite calming. What I mean is that many of my clients are coming in because they are having issues with anxiety. Sometimes they don’t even really know that they are experiencing high levels of anxiety, or they don’t […]

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Detoxification: A Bunch of Hooey or Legit?

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Health Blog, Toxins / Detox

Detoxification for Health — Your Questions Answered Some people claim they are toxic and that they need to follow complex regimens to detoxify, while others have never even considered it. The idea of detoxification isn’t on their radar at all. Some people know about detoxing but believe it is all a bunch of hooey — […]

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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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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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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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