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Summer Shape-Up: How to Get Fit and Have Fun Doing It

Summer is just around the corner, and it’s time to get ready for beach trips and exciting outdoor adventures! Exercise doesn’t have to be daunting or boring. In fact, it can be enjoyable and bring amazing benefits for both your body and mind. So, let’s dive into this article and explore how you can make

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When Rest is Not Enough: Understanding Chronic Fatigue Disorder

Are you tired of feeling tired all the time, no matter how much rest you get? Chronic fatigue syndrome, or CFS, might be the culprit. In fact, it is estimated that approximately 2.5 million Americans suffer from CFS, and women are diagnosed with the condition at two to four times the rate of men. But

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Know Your Heart Health Risks to Prevent a Heart Attack

40 seconds Every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a heart attack. This results in about 805,000 people suffering from heart attacks every year. This alarming statistic may make you wonder about your own risk for heart attack. While the use of heart disease drugs have skyrocketed in the past two decades, heart

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Benefits of Detoxing (Other Than to Lose Weight)

When you first hear the word “detox,” you may think about weight loss. But the benefits of detoxing are significantly more than simply losing weight. Detoxing rids the body of harmful chemicals that contribute to symptoms and chronic diseases. This article will discuss why toxin elimination is vital for optimal health and healing. What Can

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Boost Your Immune System

5 Tips to Naturally Boost Immunity to Improve COVID Outcomes

As we finish up 2022 and head into 2023, the COVID battle continues, along with their consequences on our physical and mental health. By now, you most likely already had COVID or will get it (again), or the Flu, this winter season. But instead of hiding away from the virus, attempting to avoid public places

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Autoimmune Disorders and Functional Medicine: The Key to Lasting Relief

Just 20 years ago autoimmune diseases were considered a rare medical condition. Cases are now skyrocketing, especially in the United States and more economically developed countries. Why is this? If you’re reading this, you or a loved one most likely was recently diagnosed or has been struggling with autoimmune disorder symptoms, and you need answers.

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Long Covid Fatigue

Afraid of Suffering From Long Covid Forever? 5 Hopeful Tips You Need Right Now

Over 3 million people in the United States have contracted COVID since the pandemic’s beginning. While some individuals experience mild or non-existent symptoms, others haven’t been so fortunate as the outcome has been severe hospitalization or, sadly, death. But now, we are seeing that the initial virus symptoms aren’t the only thing we have to

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SIBO - Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth

Could You Have SIBO? How a SIBO Specific Diet and Lifestyle Can Help

If you commonly experience bloating, abdominal pain, feeling extremely full, or diarrhea after eating, SIBO may be to blame. SIBO stands for small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, and it occurs when there is an overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine. This can lead to a variety of symptoms that has you hunched over in pain.

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What is Leaky Gut? The Truth Behind Rising Health Issues

Is an autoimmune condition, chronic inflammation, or nagging symptoms, like exhaustion and daily headaches, holding you back from living each day to the fullest? What if I told you a leaky gut could be to blame! But you first may be wondering, “What is leaky gut exactly?” In this article, I’m sharing how this often

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The Undeniable Link Between Inflammation and Heart Disease: Are You at Risk?

If you follow medical news or have seen your doctor lately you have probably heard the buzzword “inflammation” or read articles on anti-inflammatory diets. So, what is the big deal with inflammation and why should you care? Well, the link between inflammation and heart disease is becoming impossible to ignore. But what exactly is inflammation

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Heart Attack in Women Under 40 | The Risk May Surprise You

If you thought that heart disease predominantly affects men, you are not alone. In fact, only one in five American women believes that heart disease is a threat to their health. It’s a common myth that women aren’t at high risk for cardiovascular disease. But the reality is very different. The risk of a heart

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Vitamin D and Your Immune System

Is Vitamin D the Key to Boosting Your Immune System?

Did you know that Vitamin D is actually a hormone rather than a vitamin? It’s true. Vitamin D acts like a hormone in your body, although we still call it a vitamin. This important “vitamin” interacts with all your sex hormones, plays a role in building healthy bones and teeth, and is vital for optimal

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Green Tea Lime Mine Detox Drink

Minty Lime Iced Green “Flat Belly” Tea Recipe

With the long days of summer upon us we are always looking for a light and refreshing drink to cool off with. One of our favorite recipes comes from the Nutrition Twins is simple to make and leaves you feeling light without any bloating. From the moment you cut into the lime and pinch off

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Coronavirus Anatomy

COVID-19 Antibody Testing for Phoenix Arizona

Are you wondering whether you have been exposed and/or infected with COVID-19? Many people who have tested positive for the virus did not have any prior symptoms. Did you have an upper respiratory illness in December or early 2020 and you are now questioning whether that may have been COVID-19? Do you want to be

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Paleo and Keto Sheet Pan Chicken


This keto sheet pan chicken dinner is packed with flavors and a great way to cook up some veggies. With only about 15 minutes of prep time you’ll be enjoying this meal in a little over an hour. Recipe Notes *Real balsamic vinegar has no sugar added, but it can be on the pricey side

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Stay At Home – Helping Stop the Spread of COVID-19

During this challenging time there is a lot of fear and anxiety in the world as the COVID-19 pandemic begins impacting every corner of our lives. As President Trump said recently in his national address on the COVID-19 pandemic, “We are at war against an invisible enemy” and “Stay at home and save lives.” While the

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Eat The Rainbow Challenge

Eat The Rainbow Challenge

That old saying “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” still holds true. Eating a diet high in fruits and vegetables is associated with a decreased risk of many health issues including heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity and some cancers. In addition, fruits and vegetables provide a good source of important

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10 Holiday Eating Strategies

10 Healthy Eating Tips for the Holidays

At Integrative Medicine of Arizona we help patients everyday to find their journey to better health and we work as a team to give the patient the most support. Using a team-based approach with doctor, dietitian, health coach, life coach, acupuncturist and a mental health counselor as needed gives the patient the best opportunity to

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Roasted Brussel Sprouts

Sautéed Brussels Sprouts

As part of the cruciferous vegetable family, Brussels sprouts provide a rich variety of nutrients compared to their calories. They are packed full of some great health benefits including vitamin C, vitamin K, and vitamin A, all helping to protect the heart, boost your immune system and lowering your risk of cancer. Original recipe by Lena

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Healthy Tips to Prevent Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women, with over 200,000 new cases diagnosed each year in the United States. That translates into one in eight women who will get breast cancer in her lifetime. The good news is that survival rates today are higher than ever, due to advances in diagnosis and

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What is Prediabetes and Are You at Risk?

More than 84 million American adults have prediabetes, and 90% of them do not know they have it. Think about it. One out of four people in the United States has this condition and 90% have no idea. This very well could be you or someone close to you. So, what exactly is prediabetes? Prediabetes

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Coenzyme Q10

What is CoQ10 and Should You Be Taking It

Every single organ in the human body needs energy to function. Our internal systems need energy to grow, repair, and maintain our cells and body tissue. This is especially important for our heart as it is one of the organs in our body that is constantly working day and night without resting. To continue to

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Baked Greek Chicken Recipe

Low Carb Baked Greek Chicken

This Low Carb Baked Greek Chicken is bursting with flavor and is the perfect dish for those who have to watch their blood glucose and trying to stick to a Mediterranean Diet. This recipe was originally published by: Easyhealth Living Low carb Greek seasoned chicken thighs make a delicious and healthy one pot meal. Served

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benefits of Rhodiola rosea

The Benefits of Rhodiola

Rhodiola rosea is an herb that has adaptogenic properties. This means, it helps the body adapt to internal and external stressors. Adaptogenic herbs work by helping the body’s autonomic nervous system return to its normal, relaxed state. They also help the body recover more quickly after stressful situations have passed. The extract of rhodiola is often

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National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The Integrative Medicine Clinic is proud to participate in National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer is the most common kind of cancer in women after skin cancer. About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer. Most breast cancers are found in women 50 years of age or older,

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Go Red for Women

What it Means to Go Red

Go Red For Women encourages awareness of the issue of women and heart disease, and also action to save more lives. The movement harnesses the energy, passion and power women have to band together and collectively wipe out heart disease. It challenges them to know their risk for heart disease and take action to reduce

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Healthy Holiday Eating Guide

Maintaining healthy eating habits throughout the holiday season is challenging. Many people will create their most decadent recipe to bring to holiday gatherings, and more often than not, flour and sugar are the first two ingredients. It can be difficult to resist holiday favorites served in abundance this time of year. Equally abundant are the

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