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Practitioner Spotlight: Leaves of Life

Integrative Wellness Center Promotes Natural Healing by Susan Post Traditional medicines are often prescribed as a treatment to cover up or eliminate symptoms without then digging deeper into the actual cause of an ailment. This is not the case at Leaves of Life. The professionals at this holistic office work to combine naturopathy, herbalism, lifestyle modifications, functional/integrative medicine and bio-identical ... Read More »

Getting to the Root Cause of Disease

It’s All About Metabolism by Linda Sechrist Attempts to tender lay explanations of how to attain and maintain better health have become fragmented and compartmentalized, with complex scientific cause-and-effect explanations of disease regularly reduced to isolated infographics and sound bites in the media. But understanding our body’s sophisticated, self-regulating, self-correcting and interdependent physiological systems, which work in collaboration with each ... Read More »

Energy Boosters

Four Ways to Recharge by Kathleen Barnes Stress saps energy, and Americans feel stressed more than ever, with 20 percent of us experiencing “extreme stress” at least weekly, according to the American Institute of Stress. Could late night TV and the ubiquitous presence of electronic devices be the culprits? Partly, according to information published by Harvard Medical School. While all ... Read More »

Interval Training Revs Up Metabolism

Fewer Reps, Less Time, More Results by Lisa Marlene Labels may vary, but results are what count. Whether called high-intensity intermittent exercise (HIIE), interval or burst-style training, recent research proves that this form of exercise improves insulin levels. This is promising news for the estimated 50 million American adults who have abdominal obesity and are on the path toward metabolic ... Read More »

Low Magnesium Levels Linked to Kidney Disease

A study from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine found that people with low levels of magnesium in their blood have a significantly greater risk of chronic kidney disease. The researchers correlated the blood levels of magnesium in 13,226 people ages 45 to 65 with the incidence of chronic kidney disease and end-stage renal disease among them. Subjects that ... Read More »

Central Ohio Experts Examine the Link Between Metabolism and Health

Local functional and integrative medicine experts weigh in on the link between metabolism and health, providing additional insights and tips for addressing well-being. Dr. Linda Cole, Integrative Psychiatrist – BrainEnergyMD (Gahanna) Many things in our lives can trigger inflammation. For Americans, however, our diet is number one for numerous reasons. Aside from food intolerances triggering immune reactivity and autoimmune disease, ... Read More »

Developing a Powerful Immune System

Dr. Julia Keiser, Chiropractor at Worthington Optimal Wellness Cut out sugar: Sugar weakens the immune system and provides a growth medium for viruses and bacteria Manage stress: Prolonged stress can contribute to chronic disease. The director of the Mind/Body Institute at Harvard University says that each time she consults with a newly diagnosed cancer patient her first question is, “What ... Read More »

Empower Yourself

Six Ways to Create the Life You Want   by Judith Fertig Pulitzer Prize winner Anna Quindlen had already reached the top of the New York Times bestseller list multiple times, yet she relates in her memoir, Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake, that she also yearned to be able to do a headstand but felt she didn’t possess the ... Read More »

The Energy Boosters and Energy Vampires in Our Daily Lives

Recognizing Those Who Give Energy from Those Who Drain It by Jenny Patton Electricians will install new outlets in the 1960-built building where I work to accommodate modern power needs. But how do we give ourselves more energy? And how do we reduce the drain of energy vampires in our daily lives? The first step is awareness of the energy ... Read More »

Practitioner Spotlight: Beecher Chiropractic and Wellness Center

The Only Provider of BrainCore Neurofeedback Therapy in Ohio by Susan Post What if there was a non-invasive, painless, drug-free way to treat conditions like ADD/ADHD, autism, anxiety and stress? That is exactly what Beecher Chiropractic and Wellness Center, located in Gahanna, offers with BrainCore Neurofeedback therapy. The center is the only practice in Ohio to feature this therapy; one ... Read More »

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