Archive for the ‘Chronic disease management Atlanta’ Category

Are You Deficient in Vitamin D?

Recent research indicates that vitamin D deficiency is common in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that 32 % of us are vitamin D deficient. However, the serum levels the CDC considers “normal” are far…

Buzzworthy

Recently, on Oprah’s “Super Soul Sunday”, Kris Carr, self-proclaimed “wellness warrior and cancer-thriver,” debuted an original short film where she shared some exciting news. For those of you unfamiliar with Kris’ story, in 2003 at the age of 31 she…

Yoga for Mind, Body & Spirit

For thousands of years the practice of yoga has helped participants to achieve holistic health. Yoga palpably aligns the mind, body and spirit while strengthening and toning muscles, ligaments and joints. For many, the practice of yoga is an easier…

Another Reason to Love Turmeric

We’ve long known that turmeric, the root-derived spice commonly used in curry, provides many surprising health benefits. It’s already widely used as an effective anti-inflammatory. Now we may begin to see doctors treating depression with turmeric as well. A recent…

Eating Healthy

For optimal overall health and vitality, it makes sense to begin with an improved lifestyle.  Many symptoms of illness can be alleviated by eliminating or reducing sugars, saturated fats and processed foods and by adding exercise. These symptoms include but…