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Dr. Wilson’s Criteria for Effective Immune Enhancers

Posted On Jun 04, 2013

The human immune system is a magnificent and well-coordinated network of cells, organs, glands, and physiological processes. Nearly every cell, organ and tissue in the body is involved either directly or indirectly in the immune process. A portion of this elaborate network of immune defense is functional at birth (innate immunity) and the rest develops…

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Finding Your Happy: 6 Things Proven to Increase Happiness

Posted On May 14, 2013

It’s often argued that happiness is mostly determined by things out of our control, like our genetic makeup. I think this may be true to some degree, but I believe happiness is something we can create on a daily basis. The human mind is a very powerful tool, and I firmly believe that you are…

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Three Easy and Inexpensive Ways to Relieve Stress (That Actually Work)

Posted On Apr 22, 2013

Trying to manage stress on a daily basis can often feel like a full time job in itself. In addition to the actual stress, there are loud advertisements and popular trends that you must do now in order to have a long, healthy life while losing weight and gaining friends. Many products promise quick and…

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Stress: It’s All in the Management

Posted On Apr 15, 2013

Who doesn’t have some stress in their lives now and then? Sure, some of us have more stress present than others, but to some degree we all encounter stress on a daily basis: a traffic jam sending you into a temporary frenzy; spilling a cup of coffee on your favorite white blouse; the kids fighting…

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Got Stress or Adrenal Fatigue? You’re Going to Need Good Food

Posted On Apr 01, 2013

Got Stress or Adrenal Fatigue? You’re Going to Need Good Food As much as we sometimes wish otherwise, proper diet and lifestyle play a critical role in adrenal support. As your adrenal glands respond to stress, the metabolism of your cells speeds up, burning many times the number of nutrients normally required. Good nutrition and…

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Using Probiotics for Digestive Woes and Bowel Movements

Posted On Mar 19, 2013

What do probiotics have to do with bowel movements? Probiotics are tiny organisms that live and work in your intestines. These friendly bacteria perform many jobs, including food digestion, protecting the balance of intestinal flora, and cleaning harmful waste from the body. By protecting the balance of helpful and harmful bacteria, probiotics produce lactic acid…

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Gut Health and Helpful Bacteria: It Takes a Villus

Posted On Mar 12, 2013

Right from childbirth, our bodies came into contact with a plethora of beneficial bacteria. Believe it or not, these helpful bacteria become a part of us as we pass through the birth canal, entering through the mouth and moving quickly into the intestinal tract, where the bacteria settle in large colonies. Once the bacteria are…

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American Heart Month – The Other February Holiday

Posted On Feb 13, 2013

February is American Heart Month, and it doesn’t refer to the chocolate-filled hearts you give your sweetie on the 14th. American Heart Month was designed to increase awareness about heart disease—the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Many different things can increase your risk of heart disease, including stress….

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Strength Training – Put a Little Muscle Into It

Posted On Jan 30, 2013

Benefits of strength training Outside body building circles and high school weight rooms, strength training tends to take a back seat to cardiovascular training. In a national survey, only 25% of all adults in the United States engaged in any kind of regular strength training, with women participating even less than men.1 2 What is…

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Fundamentals of Fitness: Cardiovascular Exercise

Posted On Jan 23, 2013

People with adrenal fatigue or dysfunction often ask what kind of exercise program is best for them. Suggesting a specific routine without knowing an individual’s medical history, physical limitations, and personal goals is difficult. However, I am happy to offer some general recommendations. First of all, if you haven’t exercised in a while and you…

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