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Nutrient-rich Food Complexes:The Story of FoodState Nutrients™

The history of FoodState Nutrients™ dates back to a discovery made nearly 80 years ago by Albert Szent-Gyorgyi. Szent-Gyorgi won the Nobel Peace Prize in Medicine “for his discoveries in connection with the biological combustion process with special reference to vitamin C and the catalysis of fumaric acid.” During his acceptance speech on December 10, 1937 in Stockholm, […]

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The Power of Beet Root

by Erin Stokes, ND Beetroot has a long history of use, and was first cultivated by the Romans. In Greek mythology, Aphrodite was said to eat beets to retain her beauty. It’s no wonder when you look at the gorgeous crimson color, due to the naturally occurring pigment betacyanin. The doctrine of signatures also points […]

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A Multi for Two

By Kevin Lamberg The properties of fruits and vegetables are inherently wise, ideally suited to reveal the best our genetic blueprint has to offer. Our goal at INNATE Response™ has always been to retain the unique properties of fruits and vegetables in our products and build upon their wisdom by delivering essential vitamins and minerals […]

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What You Need to Know about Choosing a Probiotic Supplement

by Kevin Lamberg What makes a probiotic formula stand above and outperform the others? Nowadays, almost every company offers a version of a probiotic supplement. At first glance, the differences between them appear small, and the most important differentiator for some practitioners can be as simple as familiarity with the company offering the product. After […]

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Conversation on Intestinal Permeability with Erin Stokes, ND and Jesse Davis, DC

Listen in on a professional dialogue between Erin Stokes, ND and Jesse Davis, DC on their experiences, patient protocols and research updates on addressing leaky gut. Both practitioners review the role of optimum mucosal permeability and intestinal health. Doctors no longer think of the digestive tract as a tube within a tube. Stokes and Davis […]

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Breaking Down the Basics of Digestive Enzymes

By Jesse Davis, DC Digestion occurs through both mechanical factors and enzymatic factors. Enzymes are proteins that are distinguished by their ability to catalyze a chemical reaction without being consumed in the process. The enzymes involved in digestion are responsible most importantly for breaking up macronutrient macromolecules of carbohydrate, fat and protein into smaller molecular […]

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For IBD Go with the Gut, Interview with Andrea Nakayama, CNC

By Kathleen Finn Andrea Nakayama, CNC, CNE, CHHC, is a functional nutritionist based in Portland, Oregon. In this interview with Kathleen Finn she discusses the immune health, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and the importance of a thriving microbiome. Kathleen Finn: Can you talk about your philosophy of gut health and how it relates to autoimmune […]

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What is VPTO?

by Erin Stokes, ND If you want to feel better in your own life, one of the best things you can do is to volunteer to help others. Studies have repeatedly shown that volunteering our time for a cause that we believe in helps us feel more connected to other people and less isolated. Yet, it can be […]

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CSA at INNATE Response

What is a CSA? CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture and has become an increasingly popular way for farmers to connect their local community with their fresh grown, just-harvested produce. This relationship between farmers and their local community is a win/win, as the community invests in advance to support the farm and gains access to […]

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