Tag Archives: guthealth

Top 10 Reasons to Exercise

by in Blog May 3, 2021

So many of the clients at our practice struggle with consistently exercising. Are you in this boat too? To get motivated, you have to have a strong why to pursue your goal. If you’re not sure of the reason for making exercise a regular part of your day, read on and choose a couple from […]

A Healthier Way To Get Your Sugar Fix

by in Blog December 27, 2020

What substance brings extreme bliss but also kills, is in every kitchen in America but is also more addictive than cocaine? Sugar! This sweet ingredient makes every food more tasty and desirable, but also contributes to weight gain and health issues. So how can we have our cake and eat it too? Just cutting out […]

How To Tell If You Need Magnesium

by in Blog August 8, 2020

You might hear and read a lot about magnesium, because it’s such an important nutrient! It participates in over 300 reactions within the body, helping to power your body and metabolism. Yet it’s harder than ever to get sufficient amounts. The food we eat has lower levels than it used to (due to soil, farming […]

Is Salt Worse Than Sugar?

by in Blog June 5, 2020

You’re in the process of making dinner and you’re wondering, “should I really add all that salt in the recipe?” You grind some over your meal, and wonder if you should be using less. Doesn’t salt cause high blood pressure? But isn’t it a necessary nutrient? Can we use it freely or is it bad […]

15 Food Swaps For A Better Immune System

by in Blog April 12, 2020

Stay Healthy Year-Round With These Super Practical Tips I haven’t had a cold, flu, or sinus infection for 11 years. I’ve never even missed a day of work! What’s my secret? How can we stay healthy when traveling, or over the winter, or when around someone who is sick? Or if you’re reading this when […]

Top 4 Mistakes When Going Keto

by in Blog January 12, 2020

What You Need to Know if You’re Considering Keto The ketogenic diet, referred to as keto, is a diet consisting of low carbohydrates, moderate protein, and high fat. The diet is considered ketogenic when the body starts producing moderate amounts of ketones. Ketones are the metabolite, or breakdown product, of fat. When fat from food […]