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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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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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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