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Learn more about menopause and what to do nutritionally to feel your best.
Find out what nutrients help to prevent high blood pressure.
Recent research points to the importance of healthy fats for bone health.
Nutrition can make a difference in the lives of those with an autism diagnosis.
This episode explores some natural antidepressant eating habits and brain nutrients.
Take a close look at the difference between celiac disease and gluten sensitivity.
Brain chemistry and nutrition can effect your thoughts and behaviors.
Listen in for what you can do to balance your hormones to start losing weight.
Help your kids heal their brains so they experience more balanced moods.
There’s no better time to think about what you can do to keep your heart healthy.
Keep your immune system strong all year long and ward off these nasty infections.
Marcie Vaske shares her experiences and what she has done to live a healthier life.
Greg Peterson discusses supplements that provide support to heal your body.
Discover all the ways you can help your child improve his or her behavior.
Learn to change habits, avoid or reverse insulin resistance, and rev up your metabolism.
Listen in to learn how you can develop an attitude of wellness in 2015.
Learn what causes your cravings and what you can do about them.
If you are struggling with heartburn, tune in to this discussion about acid reflux.
A few food changes can make a world of difference for those with Fibromyalgia.
We talk about the aspartame, sucralose (Splenda), and saccharin.
Learn how to get the gut healthy to help someone with an eating disorder.
A cycle of starving and binging leads to insulin resistance which slows metabolism.
Learn how women can change their diet to decrease their chances of breast cancer.
We're living longer, but are we living better? Dr. Jeffrey Bland talks about this and more.
If you are an athletic female, listen in for tips to be a healthy, fit woman.
How can an anti-inflammatory diet help older adults stay healthy? Listen in to find out.
We focus on an often overlooked factor that leads to anxiety—gut health.
We discuss progesterone deficiency in peri-menopausal and menopausal women.