Nutritional Supplements

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Dr. Haver Explains the Connection between Turmeric & Menopause Relief You probably know turmeric as the yellowish-orange colored, earthy tasting cooking spice in your kitchen, most often used in curry dishes. But, did you know that an element found in turmeric has been shown to have health benefits, specifically…
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Magnesium for Menopause Menopause is full of changes. That is where we come in to help you navigate all the adaptations with menopause. Signs and symptoms vary vastly for each person.  Many of you do not feel or see the signs or symptoms right away or make the connection…
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Life Changing Tips for Increasing Fiber in Your Diet It’s easier than you think. What comes to mind when you think about fiber? If you’re like most people, you probably think about digestive health and having regular bowel movements. It’s true that fiber helps with digestion, but a high-fiber…
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As a Certified Culinary Medicine Specialist, I need to convey that it is essential to remember that supplements are not meant to take the place of real food. Supplements are necessary when there is a deficiency due to the modern western diet, but they can’t match the nutrition that…
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Let’s talk about vitamins and supplements. Honestly, one of the main questions I get asked is, “What vitamin do you recommend?” And my answer might floor you… I don’t. I am not a huge fan of vitamins, as I think it is important to get our micronutrients from whole…

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