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Your Gut Microbiome & Health

Not a day goes by without a paper about our gut microbiome, the 100 trillion bacteria that inhabit our gut and the rest of our body. Increasing research suggests that the colonies of bacteria and other microbes in our gut may play a very important role in health and...

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Meditation, Not Medication Part 2, Eric Grose, L.Ac.

In the last issue, we discussed meditation and its benefits as a health technique. We also discussed some of the concerns people have about it. What can you do if you don't have the time to sit and meditate? Or, what do you do when you're stressed, and it's not...

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Your Gut Microbiome & Health

Your Gut Microbiome & Health

Not a day goes by without a paper about our gut microbiome, the 100 trillion bacteria that inhabit our gut and the rest of our body. Increasing research suggests that the colonies of bacteria and other microbes in our gut may play a very important role in health and...

read more
Meditation, Not Medication Part 2, Eric Grose, L.Ac.

Meditation, Not Medication Part 2, Eric Grose, L.Ac.

In the last issue, we discussed meditation and its benefits as a health technique. We also discussed some of the concerns people have about it. What can you do if you don't have the time to sit and meditate? Or, what do you do when you're stressed, and it's not...

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Functional, Integrative and Lifestyle Medicine?

Functional, Integrative and Lifestyle Medicine?

If you’re confused, you’re not alone! These concepts are all relatively new and overlap a lot, so sometimes the lines blur, but here are the differences: Let’s start with integrative medicine because it’s more of an umbrella term. In short, it’s a complementary...

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What is a microbiome and what does it have to do with me?

What is a microbiome and what does it have to do with me?

A microbiome is a community of microscopic organisms that live in and on you. These tiny creatures are trillions of bacteria, fungi, yeasts, and viruses. The microbiome we talk about most is the one in your gut, another name for your intestines. There is also a...

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Screening for Colorectal Cancer

Screening for Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the US. It is a cancer most often found after the fifth decade of life. It can present earlier when you have a family history of familial polyps or hereditary nonpolyposis colon cancer. As such,...

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