Category: Preventative Health Care

Fall Back Into Good Health

Ready to turn your clocks back?   With cooler weather and shorter days, we certainly feel the change in the air. There are more changes than the weather, especially this year. We anticipate change after the election, no matter what the outcome. We anticipate preparation for the holidays. With holiday catalogs already filling our mailbox, we… Read more »

Nutrition in Cancer Care and Prevention

Dee Harris, RDN, LDN, CDE It is always a shock to hear that you’ve been diagnosed with cancer.  Our immune system usually takes care of  cancer cells, but it takes multiple breaches of our system over time to actually develop a tumor.  So, prevention is key.  But, if you happen to be diagnosed with cancer,… Read more »

Invest in Your Health

It has become common practice to treat illnesses once they arise. It is imperative for our society to begin taking preventative measures towards good health. By following these simple guidelines you may be able to prevent disease from ever developing. Eat fresh, organic when possible, fruits and veggies as close to the state you buy… Read more »

The Blood Sugar Surprise Leading to Type 2 Diabetes

Is your fasting blood sugar above 100? Even if it’s between 95 and 100 fasting, there is reason to be concerned. No, this is not considered diabetes, but it may be the start down the path leading to pre-diabetes and heart disease. A healthy fasting blood sugar should be less than 90. Actually, the blood… Read more »