Green up Your Internal Garden: Super Green Smoothie
Apr 28, 2011 ● By Kim Smith
According to teachings of Dr. Ann Wigmore, “Consuming chlorophyll is like receiving a healthy blood transfusion.” This is because the chlorophyll molecule closely resembles a molecule of human blood. Greens cleanse and nourish our bodies and provide the perfect foundation for a healthy immune system.Read More »
Simple, Super-Fast Citrus Salad: Refreshingly Fruity & Mouthwatering
Apr 27, 2011
When horticulture author Barbara Pleasant’s garden is at its peak, she doesn’t like to slow down. She goes from garden to table in minutes, remarking, “I love this simple and super-fast salad.”Read More »
Strawberry and Feta Salad with Honey-Yogurt Dressing: Delicious Salad with seasonal fruit options.
Apr 27, 2011
Gardening blogger Barbara Pleasant counts this as her favorite salad, one that changes with the season. In the spring, strawberries go well with feta. In the fall, pears pair with blue cheese.Read More »
Nitty Gritty Dirt Farm’s Slaw: Crunchy Cabbage-based Slaw
Apr 27, 2011
When Minnesota’s Nitty Gritty Dirt Farm employees gather for a summer lunch, this crunchy cabbage-based slaw often graces their table.Read More »
Spinach and Avocado Salad: This fresh-tasting salad features a variety of colors, flavors and textures.
Apr 23, 2011
This fresh-tasting salad features a variety of colors, flavors and textures.Read More »
Understanding Bioidentical Hormones
Apr 10, 2011 ● By Rebecca Hunton, M.D.
Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) is a popular topic these days. Much of the interest has been initiated by aging Baby Boomers who are extremely interested in maintaining active, vital lifestyles throughout the remainder of their years. Popular culture icons such as Oprah, Dr. Phil and Suzanne Somers have also generated curiosity and interest. Hormone optimization plays a significant role in anti-aging, but it’s not only beneficial for those of advancing age. Hormonal imbalance can occur at any age, and treating even mild hormone deficiencies can dramatically improve your quality of life.Read More »
Innovative Gynecology: Sebastian
Apr 10, 2011
Board Certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Deborah Kaufman, DO, FACOG, practices women’s healthcare at Innovative Gynecology in Sebastian. Innovative Gynecology’s mission is to address the special needs of women by treating each woman’s total being – body, mind, and spirit.Read More »
Weight Loss May Decrease Urinary Incontinence
Apr 10, 2011 ● By Deepti Sadhwani, M.D.
Urinary Stress Incontinence is the most common type of incontinence and mostly affects women, especially after pregnancy and birth. It results from weakness of the urethra (the tube connecting the bladder to the outside of the body) and pelvic floor muscles. These muscles support the bladder and regulate opening and closing of the bladder when passing urineRead More »
CAD/CAM Dentistry: The Quiet Revolution
Apr 10, 2011 ● By Chris Edwards, DDS
There is a quiet revolution going on in dentistry. CAD/CAM dentistry, (Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing) restorations are done in one visit, with no need for temporary crowns. They are non metallic, and very biocompatible. In office restorations are superior in that the resin or ceramic blocks are strong and uniform and manufactured from one piece, outside of the mouth.Read More »
Green-up Your Home: How-to Tips from Local Experts
Apr 10, 2011 ● By Beth Davis
Want to save money, energy and the environment by going green with a home makeover? While not everyone can afford costly renovations, there are plenty of easy and affordable ways to go green and stay within budget, as well as plenty of local resources to help make healthy, sustainable choices in our homes.Read More »