Dolls wearing masks during COVID 19

Immune System Boosting and COVID-19

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Health Blog, Immune System

Staying Safe Goes Beyond Mask Wearing, Hand Washing, and Social Distancing to Include Immune System Boosting Engaging in immune system boosting means being strategic. This is especially true when it comes to fighting off serious viruses such as COVID-19 and the coronavirus. Some people think we can’t strengthen our immune systems. Others believe we can […]

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COVID-19 survivor 'long hauler'

Why Do Some COVID-19 Survivors Struggle for Months?

By Kristy Hall
Categories: Coronavirus, Genetic Weaknesses, Health Blog, Uncategorized

We have so often heard the statistics about how only a very low percentage of people who get COVID-19 die. Of course, that is good news, unless you are facing the loss of one of your friends or family members. Then it doesn’t really matter how few people are dying at all. Many people want […]

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epigenetics and nutrition

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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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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Say Goodbye to the Pain Holding You Down

By Kristy Hall
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Breaking Free from Fibromyalgia 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 […]

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