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  • Vitamin K2 and Your Bone Health

    Meet Vitamin K2: Maximize Your Bone’s Health By Jessica Marshall, RD Vitamin K2 is turning out to be the next royal darling in the kingly family for bone health. If Calcium was deemed the queen and Vitamin D was later found to be her king, …

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  • Micronutrients

    Everything’s Fine, But You Still Don’t Feel Right? The role of micronutrients in our bodies. By Jessica Marshall, RD “All the tests are normal. The labs seem fine. And you still don’t feel okay?” quizzed the doctor. In our current world, the situation you just …

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  • Emotional Eating Group

    Overcoming the Shame of Emotional Eating Join our New Emotional Eating Support Group by Tory Butterworth, PhD Do you often feel alone when coping with your emotional eating? Are you feeling sick and tired of doing this on your own? Doesn’t a supportive, understanding group …

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  • Holiday Eating Tips

    Resist Food Temptations – Holiday Tips for your Healthy Lifestyle By Jessica Marshall, RD and LEAP Therapist As we approach another busy holiday eating season, it’s a reminder of how fast time goes. Before we know it, in a blink of an eye, it is …

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  • Living Longer Healthier Lives

    Living Longer, Healthier Lives By Jessica Marshall, RD and LEAP Therapist For thousands of years, people have wanted a longer, healthier life searching for anti-aging or exploring a mythical fountain of youth.  Even though nothing yet has been found, we still hold on to hope that …

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  • Probiotics and Mood

    Serotonin In Your Gut – Probiotics and Your Mood Jessica Marshall, LDN CLT A psychiatrist once coined the term “psychobiotics” after studying the terrible tragedy which hit Walkerton, Canada. Their water supply had been overrun by dangerous strains of bacteria after severe flooding. A handful …

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  • Eating Feelings

    Eating Your Feelings Do you ever “eat your feelings”? Do you eat when you are not hungry, eat until you are uncomfortably full, or hide what you eat because you’re ashamed or embarrassed of what you just ate? Do you not know how to stop? …

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  • Diet Weight Loss

    The Diet Mentality – A 95% Failure Rate Weight loss and dieting. It’s all around us. We aren’t happy with our weight or shape. Few of our friends seem to be happy with it either. It’s like there’s a constant low-speed drill boring through our …

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  • Valentine’s Day Gratitude

    Valentine’s Day Gratitude By David A. Morris, LCSW Although Valentine’s Day can often be a source of self-pity, it can also be a reminder to practice gratitude. This holiday may have been stolen by capitalism but like most of our traditions it originally was developed …

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  • What Do Women Want? and Work – Life Balance

    What Do Women Want? and Work – Life Balance part 2 of finding identity within your relationship Gender roles used to be more delineated but now women and men find themselves choosing their roles more freely. This can be a wonderful opportunity for women to …

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