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Preparing Your Body for a Healthy Pregnancy: Is Your Body Ready?

So you want to have a baby… You and your other half have lined up all your ducks; you’ve paid off your debt and you’ve planned the perfect babymoon. Everything’s in order. You’re almost ready to start trying. Period tracker check! Ovulation Predictor Kit check! Basil Body Temperature Recorder check! OBGYN check check! All the… Read more »

Transition Your Kitchen with Plant-Based Protein

  Join us for an evening of food, information, and fun! During any plant-based transition, most questions and confusion tend to revolve around PROTEIN. What foods contain it? What’s the best way to cook them? How much protein do we actually need? Learn about and sample a variety of deliciously prepared plant-based protein sources, including… Read more »

MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT (MCI)

Mild Cognitive Impairment The brain is like a muscle that needs to be exercised and worked on a daily basis to avoid mental impairment.  As we age it becomes increasingly difficult to keep your mind sharp as it once was when we were younger.  Though it’s impossible to keep brain function at 100% as we… Read more »

Adelpha Breast Thermography

THERMOGRAPHY IS EASY & SAFE THERMOGRAPHY IS YOUR BEST CHOICE FOR KNOWING: ARE YOUR BREASTS HEALTHY? THERMOGRAPHY DETECTS EARLY PHYSIOLOGICAL CHANGES vs MONITORING FOR DISEASE IT OFFERS THE SAFEST &EARLIEST BREAST CANCER SCREENING  This 30 minute procedure is vital for all women especially those with dense or fibrocystic breasts, small or large breasts, breast reductions or… Read more »

I Work Out Every Day-WHY Can’t I Lose Weight?

Ringing in the New Year brings on a new sense of what the future may hold. Anything is possible when the universe hands you a clean slate, with room for new goals and ideas. The problem with goals, however, is that they also bring new challenges. The most common one after the holidays? Lose Weight…. Read more »

Ending Alzheimer’s

Ending Alzheimer’s   Alzheimer’s disease is on the rise 30,000,000 patients in 2012 and currently the 3rd leading cause of death this disease is now recognized as a new epidemic.  If this does not get your attention I don’t know what will.  This used to be a disease of the 8th decade and now we… Read more »

How to De-Stress in a Holiday Mess

How to De-Stress in a Holiday Mess Last week, I went to write down the date and my hand struggled to complete the task: December 15th? That can’t be right. Staring at the wall in front of me, I had to think.  Wasn’t it just November 15th, like, yesterday? When my brain finally caught up to the… Read more »

Did you participate in No Shave November?

  What is the prostate? The prostate is a gland about the size of a chestnut in the male reproductive system. It surrounds part of the urethra—the tube that empties the bladder—just below the bladder and above the muscles of the lower pelvic area.   It’s function? The prostate is responsible for the production of… Read more »

Comfort and Joy: Holistic Health Tools Workshop

Join Certified Holistic Cancer Educator and Reiki teacher Missie Irish Mellen, RN, BSN for a mini-workshop on natural, effective health tools for stress relief. Create more space for joy and peace this season. Includes: • Learn about Reiki/God’s loving intuitive hands-on healing for self & others • Learn the remarkable relaxing benefits of pure essential oils… Read more »

Cancer Nutrition Series

Nuview Nutrition in conjunction with Karmanos Cancer Institute at McLaren Clarkston put on a free cancer nutrition series in the month of October. Over a four week period, Cindy Crandell, RN, Functional Medicine Nutritionist and Carly Secoy, B.S., N.F.S. discussed nutrition topics that pertain to cancer patients and those who want to prevent cancer. View… Read more »