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COVID 19 DATA

After looking at the research, the data regarding Corona Virus and mortality (rate of death) is challenging to understand. Because many cases are asymptomatic and worldwide testing methods are not standardized, the true mortality rate is really unknown.  Covid-19 is highly contagious, but the severity of the infection varies greatly among individuals. Recent data points  [Read More…]

Staying Fit

I know that we are all feeling the effects of being “in” now for the past few weeks but let’s move, if only a little, and come out of this just a little bit better. Walking for just 15 minutes per day, ideally, two times per day is all it takes. The research is IN  [Read More…]

Sleep

Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts. If you snore loudly and feel tired even after a full night’s sleep, you may have sleep apnea.  The Mayo Clinic lists the following as signs and symptoms of sleep apnea:  Loud snoring  Episodes of when you stop breathing during  [Read More…]

Food and Fertility

  • Nov 23, 2020
Nikki Burnett - Food & Fertility

Written by Nikki Burnett MS CNTP MNT Many of us grow up with the expectation of having a family. When the time comes, and pregnancy becomes difficult, there are a million things that may go through one’s head. With the vast amount of information in the world regarding all facets of health and wellness, understanding fertility  [Read More…]

Healthy Food

Written by Kia Sanford As one of my dear friends and colleagues Jonathan Treasure says, the same substances can be food, medicine, or poison depending on amounts. This is a very important point that I try to make with my clients (and family and friends!). Just because something is “natural” doesn’t mean there aren’t potentially life-threatening  [Read More…]

BBT

Basel Body Temperature (BBT) can provide us with a lot of useful information about our hormone levels as well as when we are ovulating. It can even tell us how our body is processing hormones and if we are stressed. They are very helpful in determining the state of our fertility and reproductive health. In  [Read More…]

Vitamin D | LTA

Written by Lesley Herrmann, MSc., CNC If you’re starting to feel a little gloomy it may be time to check your vitamin D levels. Vitamin D is known as the sunshine vitamin because our bodies can synthesize it through a reaction that occurs when UVB rays interact with our skin. When sunlight strikes the skin,  [Read More…]