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Information & Resources to Support Your Practice Development

November Webinar Recording: IV Nutrient Therapy for the Physician Office 101

WEBINAR RECORDING:IV Nutrient Therapy for the Physician Office 101:Why, What and How to Use this Incredible Modality with Dr. Paul Anderson   Listen to/watch the recording below. Click here to download the presentation slides.   During this 45-minute webinar, Dr. Paul … Read More

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Menopause, Hormones and Heart Health

Written by SottoPelle Recent studies show that women are experiencing menopause at much earlier ages than expected. By age 40, most women are totally depleted of normal levels of estrogen and have lost nearly all their progesterone and more than … Read More

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October Webinar Recording: Essential Tools to Keep Your Practice Profitable

WEBINAR RECORDING: Essential Tools to Keep Your Practice Profitable with Paul Savage, MD, Founder of Power2Practice and Agenixix and Adam Puttkammer, President, Power2Practice   Listen to/watch the recording below.   Paul Savage, M.D., thought leader in Integrative Medicine and Founder … Read More

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Easy Marketing Tips for Your Practice

Republished with permission from ZRT Laboratory From time to time, we have practitioners ask for advice on how to find and (most importantly) motivate patients. As a marketing team, we spend lots of time thinking about this, and we’re happy to … Read More

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Is There an Optimal Cut-Off Value for Highly Sensitive CRP?

By J.E. Williams, OMD, FAAIM Testing patients for C-Reactive Protein (CRP) is as necessary to disease prevention as flossing your teeth or getting your LDL cholesterol level checked. Because CRP is a key marker for inflammation, routine monitoring can help … Read More

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The Easy Guide for Recommending Nutritional Supplements

by Jim Paoletti, BS Pharmacy, FAARM, FIACP Providing good nutritional advice and nutritional supplements is an essential part of a comprehensive plan for generating long-term health in your patients, especially since numerous health conditions can stem from nutritional deficiencies. As … Read More

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Vitamins That Can Help with Weight Management

Republished with permission from SpectraCell Laboratories For patients trying to manage their weight, the following vitamins, in conjunction with diet and exercise, can potentially aid them in effectively shedding those extra pounds. Asparagine – The amino acid increases insulin sensitivity … Read More

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Webinar Recording: The Critical Role of Adrenal Hormones in Immunity

WEBINAR Recording: The Critical Role of Adrenal Hormones in Immunity with Dr. James L. Wilson   James L. Wilson, ND, PhD has designed an exciting presentation to help the practicing physician better understand the interactions between steroid hormones and the … Read More

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Seven Deadly Diseases Rooted In Your Gut Microbiome

By Jill Carnahan, MD, ABFM, ABIHM, IFMCP Did you know the bacteria in our gut comprise an internal organ all of their own? We are colonized by ten times more bacteria in our gut than there are cells in our body! They play … Read More

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Diabetes and the Importance of Hormone Replacement

Written by SottoPelle The Alarming Statistics Diabetes has become a serious epidemic in the U.S. Approximately 86 million adult Americans (one out of three) have prediabetes.1 And according to 2014 statistics reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, … Read More

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Nutrition for Insulin Resistance and Diabetes

by Jim Paoletti, BS Pharmacy, FAARM, FIACP One of the toughest aspects of insulin resistance and diabetes is the fact that it’s influenced by so many factors.  Genetic predispositions can increase an individual’s likelihood to manifest diabetes, and this factor … Read More

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The Magnificent Immune System: A Refresher

By James Wilson, DC, ND, PhD The human immune system is a magnificent and well-coordinated network of cells, organs, glands, and physiological processes. Nearly every cell, organ and tissue in the body is involved either directly or indirectly in the … Read More

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