Posts in natural medicine
Move Over Anti-aging! We're All About Healthy Skin Aging Using This Simple Integrated Approach

As a skin care provider, I want my patients to feel excited to support their largest organ, not to feel obligated to. So what can you do to preserve your skin health across the decades, and support healthy skin aging? It starts with an integrated skin care plan.

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5 Natural Beauty Trends To Try In 2019

2019 is all about natural, non-toxic beauty products and skin treatments. Skin is in now more than ever, so if you’re looking for more ways to nourish your complexion, try incorporating these treatments into your routine.

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When You’re The Source Of Your Own Medicine: The Facial That Everyone Is Talking About

Platelet-rich plasma therapy is one of the most popular treatments in aesthetic medicine to help damaged, aging skin grow new collagen and elastin for beautiful, youthful skin texture. PRP is also one of the most sought after treatment options for hair loss and alopecia as it increases hair count, hair thickness, and the growth phase of the hair cycle.

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Health-Focused Weight Loss: Stop Trying To Lose Weight Alone And Start A Supervised Program

Weight management is a struggle for most us. Especially when there are underlying health conditions that play a factor. There are a ton of diet trends and weight loss options out there; how do you select an approach that will not only prove successful, but address underlying imbalances or dysfunction so you can keep the weight off for good?

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Going Gluten-Free: What Every Newly Diagnosed Celiac Should Know & Why You Shouldn't Wait To Get Tested

If you have any of these symptoms, or if anyone in your family struggles with gluten sensitivity or has already been diagnosed with celiac disease, don’t wait, get tested. Here’s why.

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Seasonal & Environmental Allergies: The Route To Relief

What can you do to treat your allergies? Sublingual Immunotherapy (SLIT) is an alternate way to treat allergies without the injections, antihistamines or steroids. Small doses of the allergen are given under the tongue to boost tolerance to the substance and reduce symptoms.

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