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The Problem with Soy

Soy is definitely one of the more controversial foods with regards to digestive, thyroid and hormonal health. In my practice soy is often eliminated from a client's diet for many reasons including the fact that it is a listed allergen,  it is often genetically...

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Sinusitis

For those who have ever had to suffer with sinusitis, or sinus infection, you know the pain and misery of the headache that radiates into every part of your face or perhaps headache or pressure in the eyes, nose, or cheeks.  Sinusitis is an inflammation, or swelling,...

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Food Sensitivities and the Thyroid

Food allergies and sensitivities are common with people who have thyroid and other autoimmune thyroid conditions. Because food sensitivities do not present in the same way that an allergy presents itself, most people continue eating the food they are reacting to...

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Wet Socks

Wet socks?  Doesn't sound very appealing does it? Despite the name, the wet socks, also known as warming socks, is a simple and effective hydrotherapy technique used to treat the common cold including flu, chest congestion, sinus congestion, sore throats and  upper...

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Kombucha Tea

Recently there have been many articles floating around the internet that make Kombucha tea and how it may not be as good for us as we once thought.   Interestingly though, this drink known as the “Immortal Health Elixir” by the Chinese and originating in the Far East...

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Dowsing for Pets

What is Dowsing? As many of my human clients know, a session with me usually includes dowsing or the use of a pendulum.  Most people associate the term ‘dowsing’ with the process of using rods or branches to help locate water sources. Actually, dowsing encompasses a...

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