Two Healthy Holiday Songs

Two Healthy Holiday Songs

By Bren Boston, MD

This month Dr. Boston wrote two Holiday songs to celebrate the season!

Song 1

The Twelve Exercises of Christmas 

(to the tune of Partridge in a Pear Tree)
On the 12th day of Christmas
Exercise is key:
Twelve Biceps curling
Eleven Calves a-Raising
Ten Legs a-Leaping
Nine Tummies Crunching
Eight Hamstrings Stretching
Seven Triceps Dipping
Six Arms a-Lifting
Five Second Plank
Four Jumping Jacks
Three Side Lunges
Two Mountain Climbers
And a Deep Squat Bending My Knees

Song 2

Holiday Belly

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How to Avoid Holiday indigestion – 5 Easy Tips

How to Avoid Holiday indigestion  –  5 Easy Tips

Edison de Mello, MD PhD

It’s that time of year again – the holiday “eating season.” And, while lots of people think the holidays are the most wonderful time of year, your gut may disagree. That’s because it’s this time of the year when people flood their system with rich, sugary foods – and that can lead to digestive issues, low immune function, and plenty of weight gain. In fact, Americans gain an average of 5 pounds between Thanksgiving and ...

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3 Easy & Healthy Anti-Inflammatory Recipes for Summer

3 Easy & Healthy Anti-Inflammatory Recipes for Summer

By Amanda Miller, MS, RN

Here are 3 nutrient dense recipes that keep things fresh, light, and easy. Hit the local farmers market, grab your organic veggies, and let’s get cooking!

1. Easy Paleo Breakfast Scramble:

Ingredients:

  • 1 1⁄2 cup organic diced mushrooms
  • 2-3 cups organic spinach
  • 1-2 tbsp Avocado Oil
  • Handful of fresh basil, chopped
  • 6 oz organic ground turkey
  • 1⁄2 organic avocado
  • Sea salt and pepper to taste
  • Optional to add 2-3 fresh cloves of garlicDirections:

Directions:

  1. In a large pan on medium heat, add Avocado oil and sauté mushrooms ...
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October Nutrient of the Month: Zinc

October Nutrient of the Month: Zinc

 

By Amanda Miller MS, RN
Clinical Integrative Nutrition Nurse Consultant

Stubborn acne? Thinning hair? Dandruff? Always feeling run down? You may blame these on stress or aging and may even consider them as minor annoyances. But these symptoms may actually be signs you are suffering from low levels of an essential mineral: Zinc.

Zinc is often treasured as a go-to-support for helping to battle the common cold, but zinc does so much more for the body than just bolstering your immune ...

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