Recipe: Red Fruit Salad

Lauren Carrane February 15, 2018

This recipe comes from Dr. Cheryl Schwartz. It's a fruit salad made up of all types of red-colored fruit, all of which are high in antioxidants and great for having a healthy heart! INGREDIENTS Raspberries Pomegranate seeds Blood oranges Strawberries Dried Bing cherries Red grapes ... Read More...

The Surprising Link Between Sugar and Heart Disease

Lauren Carrane February 15, 2018

Before you reach for that cookie, consider this: studies have shown that eating too much sugar or simple carbohydrates can have devastating effects. Not only will the sugar likely lead to weight gain, but an unseen, internal chain of events can be triggered that could result in some of America’s... Read More...

To Eat Fat or Not to Eat Fat? That is the Question

Robert Wolf February 7, 2018

All of us have been raised knowing that we should be eating healthy to live longer and to avoid heart disease. As an internal medicine specialist, I assess all my patients’ risk factors to developing cardiovascular disease. A component of primary prevention is the discussion of diet. How many of... Read More...

Healing Holistically Podcast: Episode 102 — Seeking the Good Fats

Lauren Carrane February 5, 2018

In this episode of the Healing Holistically podcast, Dr. Jerry Gore, founder of the Center for Holistic Medicine, and Katie Bogaard, a naturopathic practitioner at the Center, talk to host Jimmy Carrane about some of the misinformation that people have about fats and the difference between healthy... Read More...

What to Eat to Have a Healthy Heart

Lauren Carrane February 1, 2018

February is American Heart Month, and it’s a great time to make a commitment to eating heart-healthy foods. Unfortunately, there are a lot of myths out there about what exactly you should eat to have a healthy heart. Dr. Richard Bisceglie, a certified nutrition specialist at the Center for... Read More...

Recipe: Easy Chicken Soup

Lauren Carrane February 1, 2018

This easy chicken soup recipe is grain-free, sugar-free, and dairy-free and the perfect thing to make if you're suffering from the flu this winter. INGREDIENTS: 1 organic roasted chicken from the grocery store 2 Tbps. olive oil 4 carrots, cut into bite-sized pieces 4 celery stalks, cut into... Read More...

Introducing Our New Patient Advocate Program

Lauren Carrane January 24, 2018

Starting this year, we are pleased to announce that every patient at the Center for Holistic Medicine will get his or her very own patient advocate! What is a patient advocate? Very simply, it is a consistent person who is assigned to you to make sure all of your questions are answered and you... Read More...

Recipe: Flourless Chocolate Zucchini Brownies

Lauren Carrane January 18, 2018

Have you spent the month off sugar?  Keeping your carbohydrates under check? Allow yourself a healthy treat. With a bit of sugar in the chocolate and the honey, these chocolate zucchini brownies still pack in protein and healthy fats! INGREDIENTS: 1 cup creamy almond butter 2 medium... Read More...

Meet Dr. Robert Wolf, MD, Internal Medicine

Lauren Carrane January 18, 2018

Years ago, your doctor used to be someone who would know a lot about you. You’d see the same person throughout your life and, in every visit, the doctor would have time to chat with you about your health, your family, your job and everything in between. But as medicine has gotten more... Read More...

Healing Holistically Podcast: Episode 101 — Reversing the Damage of Sugar

Lauren Carrane January 16, 2018

We are pleased to introduce our new podcast, Healing Holistically, where we will give you the latest information and advice to help you achieve physical health, peace of mind and clarity of consciousness. In our first episode, host Jimmy Carrane interviews Dr. Jerry Gore, founder of the Center... Read More...