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Advice that Food is Enough Cheats Americans from Getting Vital Nutrients

By Kevin Lamberg Tieraona Low Dog, M.D., knows that many Americans are not getting enough key nutrients from their diet alone. To prove her point, Dr. Low Dog, a nationally recognized integrative medicine physician, author and speaker cited data from the CDC’s Second National Report on Biochemical Indicators of Diet and Nutrition in the U.S. […]

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Digestive Enzymes Clinical Strength

by Kevin Lamberg Digestive enzymes serve as one of the body’s primary mechanisms of macronutrient breakdown. They enable the body to maximize the valuable nutrition contained within the foods that make up the modern diet. Without them, the body cannot effectively breakdown and utilize needed nutrients. Because they are so critical to maintain optimal health, […]

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Low on Energy? Don’t Forget Iron.

By Erin Stokes, ND One of the most common complaints I hear about from women that I work with in my naturopathic practice is fatigue. There are so many different avenues to pursue as a practitioner when investigating low energy levels, which means it can be challenging to know where to start. In therapeutic order, […]

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The INNATE Testing Process

By Kevin Lamberg The INNATE Response™ laboratory holds ISO 9001 certification which is a testimony to our commitment to our practitioners and their patients through our investment in advanced production and testing processes. Critically important to this entire process is designing a way to measure the nutrients in our products before and after production. Every […]

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Ancient Ally : Ashwagandha

By Erin Stokes, ND Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is an ancient ally that has been utilized and revered in India for thousands of years. In the traditional Indian system of medicine, Ayurveda, this humble looking plant is considered a rasayana, a restorative tonic that increases health and longevity.[1] Ayurveda, a Sanskrit word, literally means the “science […]

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Vitamin D Deficiencies: From Rarity to Public Health Concern

By Jesse Davis, DC Vitamin D research papers indexed in Pubmed Central have more than tripled from 2002 to the year 2012,[1] far outstripping the growth of other micronutrient-focused research. First discovered in 1913 by E.V. McCollum and others, its existence and actions has been hypothesized since ancient times.[2] Today, despite a growing understanding of […]

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Teaching the Teacher to Teach Healthy Eating

Q&A with Matt Hand, DO, Interview by Kimberly Lord Stewart Matt Hand, DO, and integrative pediatric nephrologist, frequently teaches doctors on how to teach healthy eating. He finds many practitioners are as confused as the patients. His advice is to keep it simple. Q: Kimberly Lord Stewart: Since most chronic disease can be attributed to […]

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Smart Docs use Smart Detox in their Practice

Webinar by Deanna Minich, PhD The word detox could easily end up on the most overused word list of the last five years. This is unfortunate, because a true detoxification program is not based on fads or the diet of the day. As you will hear in this webinar by Deanna Minich, PhD, it is […]

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Why Detox?

By Erin Stokes, ND The spring and early summer seasons are filled with new life and new energy. It’s an excellent time to embark on a detoxification plan, and support detoxification in our patients. The term “detox” also can cause a lot of confusion for our patients. They hear about detoxification and think it may benefit […]

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