Is Gluten Really Bad for You?

Staff July 13, 2022

These days, everywhere you look, there seem to be gluten-free versions of every product on the market. You can buy gluten-free pizza, gluten-free pasta, and most stores have an entire aisle dedicated to gluten-free foods. The rise of these gluten-free products is designed to cater to the 1% of... Read More...

Recipe: One-Pan Chicken and Rice

Staff July 11, 2022

Looking for an tasty, weeknight dinner that's also gluten-free? You'll love this one-pan chicken and rice dish that uses a lemon-Dijon marinade to add a little Mediterranean flavor. This will definitely end up in your weekly rotation. INGREDIENTSChicken 5 chicken thighs, skin-on and... Read More...

How Energy Medicine Can Help You

Staff May 11, 2022

You’ve probably heard about various types of alternative health treatments — such as acupuncture, homeopathy, breathing techniques, yoga and others — that claim to solve many health problems, but you may not realize that often times these treatments help people heal by changing a person’s... Read More...

Recipe: Mushroom, Chicken and Quinoa Skillet

Staff May 5, 2022

Looking for a hearty meal that fits into a Keto-friendly diet? This dish is easy to make and the quinoa has more protein than using another starch, such as rice. You'll love the meaty, earthy texture of this dish! INGREDIENTS 2 cups low-sodium chicken stock1 cup uncooked quinoa2 Tbsp.... Read More...

Listen to Dr. Jerry Gore, MD, on the On Your Mind Podcast

Staff April 26, 2022

Dr. Jerry Gore, MD, the clinical director of the Center for Holistic Medicine, was recently interviewed about his book, Holistic Medicine, by psychologist Timothy J. Hayes, host of the On Your Mind podcast. In the episode, Dr. Gore talks about the promise of using a holistic approach to medicine,... Read More...

A Deep Dive Into Digestion: Is Your Digestion Normal?

Staff April 14, 2022

Have you ever wondered if your digestion system is working properly? Do you ever suffer from bloating, constipation, diarrhea or abdominal pain? Even if you are having bowel movements consistently, if they are too hard, too loose or too smelly, that could also be a sign that your digestion system... Read More...

Recipe: Black Tea Kombucha

Staff April 11, 2022

Drinked fermented liquids, such as kombucha, are important for maintaining a healthy balance of your good bacteria in your gut. And although you can buy kombucha, you can also make your own at home. To make it, you'll need a SCOBY, which stands for a Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast, which... Read More...

Pregnant? Try These 7 Tips to Have an Easier Pregnancy

Staff March 9, 2022

Being pregnant can often be a fun and exciting time in a woman’s life, but it can also come with its fair share of challenges. From nausea and acid reflux to trouble sleeping, back and hip pain and swelling ankles and feet, pregnant women often have to deal with a slew of uncomfortable things as... Read More...

Recipe: Roast Salmon with Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Lemon

Staff March 7, 2022

Salmon is a great source of omega 3 fatty acids, and is always listed as one of the most healthy types of protein you can eat. This version uses a bit of garlic, lemon and spices to add a little extra zing to this favorite dish! INGREDIENTS 4 (5 oz.) salmon fillets3 Tbsp. extra virgin olive... Read More...

9 Ways to Improve Your Heart Health

Staff February 11, 2022

February is American Heart Month, and as we spend time picking out heart-themed cards for our loved ones, it’s also a great idea to focus on what we can do to keep our own hearts in good shape. Unfortunately, heart disease is still the leading cause of death in the United States, so it’s... Read More...