Nutrient Spotlight: Everything You Need to Know About Magnesium

It’s difficult to pinpoint which vitamins and minerals are most important to the normal, healthy functioning of the human body. Realistically, many different dietary consumables interact with each other to create a healthy patient. Magnesium is one of many critical nutrients that we test patients …

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Nutrient Spotlight: How The Body Uses Zinc

Zinc is a multitasking mineral that has many functions in the body. Though zinc was initially discovered as a growth factor, it is now understood to play a role in immune function, wound healing, protein synthesis, cell division and DNA synthesis. Do you want to …

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The Benefits of Vitamin C

You may have heard that you should take vitamin C supplements or consume vitamin C-rich foods, but why? The answer is simple: vitamin C is an essential vitamin, meaning your body can’t produce it. Yet, it plays many roles and has been linked to many …

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Nutrient Spotlight: Vitamin D

Vitamin D is often associated with being “the sunshine vitamin”, and be found in many of the foods we eat. Although it is mostly known for its part in our bone health, it also plays a significant role in many processes, including aging and immunity. …

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How Direct Primary Care Benefits Employers

On Average, a direct primary care (DPC) member has 59 percent fewer emergency room visits, spends 30 percent fewer days in a hospital, and is referred to specialists 62 percent less often than a similarly situated patient in a traditional primary care practice.  As an …

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How to Test for a Food Sensitivity

Do you experience bloating, cramping, rashes, or nausea after eating certain foods? Did you know even nutritious food can trigger food sensitivity symptoms? For instance, many people are sensitive to milk, wheat, soy, peanuts, eggs, or shellfish. Because the onset of reactions to these foods …

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